Bank frauds affect employees of fraudsters

@allknowing (71047)
India
February 24, 2018 3:14am CST
It is pathetic that in a move to attach properties and bank accounts of fraudsters here in India the employees are told their salaries cannot be paid. You must be aware of the bank frauds that have run into billions here in India and how the government is in the process of punishing them but in effect it is those that are connected with the fraudsters but not involved in frauds are the most affected, adversely. The government should take care of these innocent people Here is what the fraudster writes to his employees
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@LadyDuck (183444)
• Switzerland
25 Feb
I understand that they need to punish the fraudsters, but those who are clean should be paid. How they can live without their salary?
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@allknowing (71047)
• India
25 Feb
This is must be a routine for government and surely they are aware of the innocent being punished. Wish better sense prevails.
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@allknowing (71047)
• India
25 Feb
@LadyDuck Here the government depends on earnings from taxes from the middle class while the rich are allowed to cheat and loot.
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@LadyDuck (183444)
• Switzerland
25 Feb
@allknowing Unfortunately is the same in some countries (like Italy), people from the middle class are those who pay for everything.
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@garymarsh6 (14610)
• United Kingdom
24 Feb
It is a shame that the innocent are affected by unscrupulous people who commit fraud. It is the person who has committed fraud that should be punished not their families unless they are knowingly benefiting from the fraud. Remember this affects us all so we are all penalised in some way by their greedy behaviour!
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@allknowing (71047)
• India
25 Feb
It is the employees that are bearing the brunt. The fraudsters' bank accounts have been frozen and that makes them impossible to pay their employees. Government should think about it before taking this step.
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@garymarsh6 (14610)
• United Kingdom
25 Feb
@allknowing Yes quite terrible. Hopefully they will get paid ASAP.
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@allknowing (71047)
• India
25 Feb
@garymarsh6 It will be a long drawn process with court coming into the picture Governments should have common sense and do something before attaching properties and freezing bank accounts.
@DianneN (88488)
• United States
25 Feb
This was the first I've heard of it. It is pathetic and a big mess!
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@allknowing (71047)
• India
25 Feb
Imagine having no earnings
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@DianneN (88488)
• United States
25 Feb
@allknowing I can't! So awful!
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@kepweng (19191)
• Waikoloa, Hawaii
26 Feb
hes in jail?
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@allknowing (71047)
• India
26 Feb
The are proceedings against him and other fraudsters but some have fled the country.
@Sreekala (23768)
• India
24 Feb
If a common man approach bank for a loan or anything like that they face billions of questions and documents. How this is not applicable for rich people. Bank employees also change their attitude, they bend down infront of rich people (those who have high amount in account) and take much time for common customers.
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@allknowing (71047)
• India
24 Feb
Bank officers and those who control them which is the government share the loot and that is the commission they get for each transaction. What will they get from the poor? Our government has a lot to account for.
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@MarymargII (10723)
• Toronto, Ontario
25 Feb
No not fair at all and hope it gets protested in some way!
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@jobelbojel (8697)
• Philippines
24 Feb
There is too much fraud going on not only in India. But now, I guess it is now lessen.
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@nomus24g (25209)
• India
24 Feb
Govt busy saving its own reputation, they are least bothered about the employees...pathetic state of affair...
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