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Scammers sending letters bearing the Bank of Mauritius logo

The Bank of Mauritius (Bank) has warned that its logo is currently being associated with correspondences allegedly issued by one Suresh Nankoo, one A. Audrey and one P. Nazarally.

The three persons are allegedly presented as being employees of the Bank, requesting for payments to be effected to the Bank before any amounts allegedly awarded by a Court of Law be effected to the recipient of the correspondences. 

Hereunder a specimen of such letters.

Scammers sending letters bearing the Bank of Mauritius logo

The Bank of Mauritius has cautionned that it neither employs any officer bearing the names ‘Suresh Nankoo’, ‘A. Audrey’ and ‘P. Nazarally’ nor does it have any relationship whatsoever with it.

The public is hereby cautioned against giving money to any person who claims to represent the Bank and/or its officials or to have a banking relationship with the Bank.

The Bank is endeavouring to raise public awareness on the risks associated with such scams by providing, on its website, information on those scams.

The public is encouraged to bring to the Bank’s attention any such information and suspect communication.

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