Two Moroccan women were found to be charging MAD 40,000 to 80,000 a piece for falsified opportunities to get government jobs.
Rabat – Judicial police in Kenitra, north of Rabat, have arrested two women who were charging people for a fake opportunity to get a government job.
The General Directorate of National Security (DGSN) said in a statement that two people who fell victim to the suspects showed up at the police school in Kenitra carrying fake “summonses” to take the police exam.
After hearing their story, DGSN arrested on woman acting as an intermediary for fraud and forgery of official documents. The woman was found with financial transfer receipts.
After further investigation, police arrested the main suspect in Temara, a town south of Rabat. Police found a large number of false summonses to take exams of several public institutions and 13 forged summonses for police exams in the suspect’s house.
The two women, aged 37 and 41, charged their victims MAD 40,000 to 80,000 in exchange for the summonses.
DGSN said that the suspects are now in custody, and they are continuing to investigate to determine other members involved in the case.