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'Not involved with First Cayman Bank fraud', claims Syed Asadullah Kazmi

September 19, 2014 by Syed Asadullah Kazmi

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you have posted my name and article Fraud First Cayman Bank. This issue was settled in the courts in United States and my name was dropped as i found not to be involved. Kindly take this off from the net as its not a true or correct statement. The fact is that no one was blamed and the matter was closed. [sic]

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  • David Marchant
    By David Marchanton Tuesday, December 23, 2014 2:40:46 PM

    Kazmi's claim that a court found him to be "not involved" with the First Cayman Bank fraud is not accurate. Details of his involvement with FCB and an affiliate, Gulf Union Bank, are available in our database, including a judgment against him. After we informed Kazmi that the information would not be removed from our site and that his correspondence was "replete with lies", Kazmi responded in emails with: "Then a court order will get it removed. False and unfair reporting should not be allowed." and "Great see you in court."

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