Forex trading is one of the most popular ways to earn money in India, and the country has been growing in popularity with a growing middle class.
But there are some scammers who take advantage of this growing trend by targeting India’s financial institutions.
The country has seen a significant rise in the number of scams and scams are spreading rapidly.
This has led to an increase in people who are becoming aware of this new and growing trend.
In addition to scammers, the scammers are targeting financial institutions like banks and insurance companies.
In some cases, these scammers target the banks for their fraud insurance.
These scammers also target the financial institutions for their accounts.
These scams are becoming more and more popular.
In a recent case, a woman, who claimed to be a woman and a bank employee, sent fake insurance cards to the banks to secure their accounts and then deposited these fraudulent insurance cards at a bank branch.
The scammer then threatened to leak the information to the media.
The bank has reported this incident to the police and the woman has been arrested.
The person who sent the fake insurance card to the bank, also sent a fake money order to the financial institution, which the bank has received.
The bank has also started investigations into the case.
The woman is a victim of a scam which started in the last two weeks.
In the past two weeks, a number of banks and financial institutions have received fraudulent insurance money orders.
In this scam, the person who deposited the fake money orders sends the money to the person receiving the fraudulent insurance.
In return, the bank gives the money orders to the scammed person to deposit in the account of the bank.
The scammers will use the same method to send fraudulent money orders from the bank to other financial institutions and financial companies.
The scammers use the fake invoices as their identity documents.
They will also use the bank as their address and other similar information.
The money order will then be deposited in the bank’s account.
The scammer will use these funds to buy goods from other financial and retail institutions, including banks.
The money will be deposited to the customer’s bank account.
These fake invosives have already started the process of converting the funds into cash and are currently making large withdrawals from the banks.