This certificate issued in the name of Finance Ministry is fake

A certificate attributed to the Finance Ministry asking recipients to share bank account details in order receive funds is fake
A certificate attributed to the Finance Ministry asking recipients to share bank account details in order receive funds is fake.
The Government’s PIB Fact Check team said on Twitter: “A certificate issued in the name of @FinMinIndia is asking the recipient to share bank account details in order to receive funds.
▶️This certificate is #FAKE.
▶️Never respond to letters received via emails/posts asking you to share your bank-related details.”

A certificate issued in the name of @FinMinIndia is asking the recipient to share bank account details in order to receive funds.#PIBFactCheck

▶️This certificate is #FAKE.

▶️Never respond to letters received via emails/posts asking you to share your bank-related details. pic.twitter.com/2gOBTrgPGb
It says that One Bitcoins which Miss Monica Corey brought from Glasgow, England to India has been verified and checked in order and law reference and converted into Indian Rupees. Note that Monica needs trusted account holders so that she may deposit her funds, the letter also says. The letter is signed by Arun Jaitley, D.G UNODC Regional Office.
 
 
 
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