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Rafidain warns employees and retirees from dealing with parties claiming to grant advances

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Rafidain warns employees and retirees from dealing with parties claiming to grant advances

Post by claud39 on Sat Feb 02, 2019 6:50 am


Rafidain warns employees and retirees from dealing with parties claiming to grant advances


Economy News Baghdad

Al-Rafidain Bank warned on Saturday that civil servants and retirees from dealing with some companies and consumer associations and smart card outlets who practice fraud by claiming advances and in cooperation with the bank.
The bank said in a statement received by "Economy News", that "there are some companies and consumer associations and offices of smart card outlets deployed in Baghdad and the provinces blackmail employees and retirees by convincing them to give them a predecessor for imaginary amounts."
The statement added that "these users use social networking sites as a platform to achieve their personal goals and promote advances in order to try to win the employee or retired and draw him to convince him to grant the advance and inform him that the grant is in cooperation with the bank."
The bank called on employees and retirees to "not believe those who practice slander and lies and that the only legal entity that grants advances are branches of the bank exclusively."

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