IFFCO (Indian Farmers Fertiliser Cooperative) advised General Public not to fall prey to such misleading advertisements
Ground Report | New Delhi: Indian Farmers Fertiliser Cooperative IFFCO has released a notice citing that many people/entities have forged Fertilizer Frenchie and had been doing fraud business across the country, IFFCO said in it’s statement issued today.
In a statement IFFCO said “It has come to our notice that some unscrupulous elements actively operating in various parts of the Country”.
The statement added that “in the name and style of Fertilizers Frenchie (Website http://www.fertilizerfrenchies.com) on Internet and other Social Media Platforms and falsely claiming to be a Branch of IFFCO are dishonesty and fraudulently offering franchise to General Public.
“They are seeking applications from unsuspecting and gullible General Public, and especially trying to lure unemployed youth” Statement added.
“In the guise of giving fertilizer dealership / franchise, they are collecting huge amounts from susceptible General Public as Licence fee, Deposit and booking for supply of fertiliser, IFFCO said in it’s statement.
The statement further added that IFFCO has no connection, whatsoever, with such persons/entities. They are committing fraud and deceiving General Public by mischievously using IFFCO’s name.
IFFCO advised General Public to be more vigilant and not to fall prey to such misleading advertisements appearing on Internet and other Social Media Platform.
Any person dealing with them shall be doing so at their own risk and cost. IFFCO shall have no responsibility. Meanwhile IFFCO is taking legal action against such entities.
Indian Farmers Fertiliser Cooperative Limited, also known as IFFCO is a Multi-state cooperative society engaged in the business of manufacturing and marketing of fertilisers headquartered in New Delhi, India.