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Thursday, November 22nd, 2012

Good catch in Delhi. Fake admit letter doesn’t work.

It looked authentic. Even the University in Victoria admitted it was a very good copy of their admission letter. Of course in Gujurat, there are plenty of fabulous forgers.

Give the Anti-fraud unit at Canada’s High Commission plenty of the credit. But they are going to have to be even better in the tough task which has been entrusted to them. The amount of money at stake, the level of skill to craft sophisticated copies, and the lengths people will go to – spell plenty more of this trouble coming to Canada.

Kudos to those standing on guard for this.

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