Info on the number +919560355150
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Here is some general information about the number.
Country Code: 91
Country Name: India
Area Name: Delhi Metro Telecom Circle (9560)
Original Provider: Bharti Airtel
Validity: The number is the correct length for an Indian phone number.
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This number is recorded in our database for the following scams:
21st June 2018 - Employment Scam
On 21st June 2018, telephone number +919560355150 was reported as being used by scammers to pretend to be Sir Dominic Asquith using email address email@example.com as part of an Employment Scam.
Here is the email that the scammer sent to his victims.
We confirm the receipt of your documents and your information as requested from you for the processing of entry visa to UK. (UK Employment Visa). All clarification and information regarding the verification and the authentication of the information has been completed, we have completed the official check and evaluations from Rev Dr John Williams from the United Kingdom and all formalities are genuine and confirmed.
Following the completion of this process, the consulate and the British High Commission has endorsed and authorized the processing of your UK Employment Visa. Your Ref and File has been approved for immediate issuance of the Employment visa...
File S/N: AP/3170/16
In regarding to that your employment entry Visa, the application will be filled immediately so that the visa can be issue out without any delay, we will be providing you with application form here in this mail and you have to fill it up and submit it back to us with the Visa Application fees of £350 British pounds which is equivalent to Rs.35,000 India rupees. You are required to send the payment immediately so the application process can commence without any further delay..
Here in this mail you will find the application Form, which you have to complete and scan it back to us and also you have to make the payment for visa application visa fees of £350 British pounds which is equivalent to Rs.35,000 India rupees. You are required to send the payment through the local franchise account which we have provided to you below details,
CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA
A/C NAME:......................... WUSHUNGAO DAKVA.
A/C NO: .............................. ..3628772928.
IFSC CODE- : .........................CBIN0284638.
BRANCH :- SENAPATI
Amount Rs 35,000
Kindly proceed to make the payment by cash deposit, if the Bank branch is not in your location you can then make the deposit through RTGS or NEFT transfer from any bank around you... Scan and send to us the deposit receipt and the filled Visa Application Form
We will proceed with the development of your employment visa once we have received your form and the payment...
Thanks & Regards
CONTACT PERSON Sir Dominic Asquith
Visa Dept Should you require further clarification, please contact the understand
UK Visa & Immigration | Shantipath, Chanakya Puri, Chanakyapuri | New Delhi. DL 110021 INDIA | CALL +919560355150| Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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This number could also be written in the following formats
|010919560355150||91-956 035 5150||+91-956 035 5150||0091-956 035 5150||01191-956 035 5150|
|001191-956 035 5150||01091-956 035 5150|
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