MoH staff caught for selling fake KD 10 stamps to expats

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Criminal investigators arrested a stateless person working in a public hospital over charges of forging KD 10 revenue stamps so professionally that they are hard to be discovered by ordinary people.

A statement issued by MoH said the suspect started forging the stamps in March 2017, when the fees were increased, using old one dinar stamps after changing the fare on them to KD 10 and shutting the stamps machine to force expats to purchase the ‘fake’ stamps from him.

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Wednesday, June 13, 2018
No wonder!
Even in Farwaniya court, some front office staffs are making good amount of business by selling tokens!
They keep the screen turned off to offer fastest service to the visitors there at a cost of 3 KD.
We were offered the same which we rejected with love because my friend was very clever and experienced.
Meanwhile a srilankan lady was cursing these ''charity traders'' when she came to know that she was cheated by them.
People come to court to seek justice where they see injustice in the entrance itself. Anyway, God is great!
Before Christ, The almighty Allah had even destroyed the whole society of prophet Shuhaib (PBUH) for practicing fraudulent activities in their trade.
May God forgive all of us!

Wednesday, June 13, 2018
He should be punished if he is caught he is not only cheating publics but also the Govt of Kuwait. He should be dealth with severe punishment so that in future nobody dares to this type of cheating.

Wednesday, June 13, 2018
Good catch. But going untraced from March 2017???

Tuesday, June 12, 2018
Wow..very smart, he should get a job in ministry.

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