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Greek FinMin Staikouras Alerts Public to False Loan Ads Using His Name

ATHENS — Greek Finance Minister Christos Staikouras informed authorities on Wednesday about the fraudulent use of his name in advertisements advertising loans to the public.

In his Twitter account, the minister said, "Following complaints today by citizens who received an email by a person calling themselves 'Patricia Grelet (Finance Plus)', I would like to inform you and alert you to the fact that I bear no relation whatsoever to this specific person or company, nor to anyone related to the provision of loans. I would also like to note that, as I already explained this past Friday, I bear no relation in any way with web pages and advertisements on funding."

 

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