The “Original” Swiss Bank statement to India

There are so many false features in the letter that it’s a miracle anyone actually believed it.  Firstly, the official address to India is “Government of India” and not “Indian Government.” Secondly, the amount in the bank accounts are mentioned in INR, that too using the Indian denomination system whereas the Swiss bank operates in US dollars, Euro pound, and GB pound, not INR. The telephone code of the bank mentioned in the address section of the letter is 0044, which is actually the code for the U.K. The international code of Switzerland is 0041. Also, the sign of the bank manager is on the right side end of the letter, where as the European system of communication and correspondence uses the left corner of the page for signatures.

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