Indian embassy in Qatar warns against calls by fraudsters

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Indian embassy in Qatar warns against calls by fraudsters

The Embassy of India in Qatar has cautioned Indian ostracizes not to react to telephone calls professing to be from the government office requesting identification number, ledger number and such close to home subtleties. The government office additionally asked the individuals who got such calls to report them. 

A consulate Tweet stated: "Be careful with satire call taking on the appearance of Embassy Officials. Try not to uncover any close to home subtleties, for example, your Passport number, ledger number, and so forth. Generously answer to us at 44255777 or email us at cons.doha@mea.gov.in on the off chance that you get such a call." 

 

"We have come to realize that individuals were getting calls requesting to pay cash or face issue with their identification," an international safe haven official disclosed to The Peninsula. 

"This is worldwide marvels and we have gotten objections from certain exiles," he included.

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