IMA Ponzi Rip-off: Reprieve for Depositors as Karnataka Govt opens 1-month Window to File Claims
The Karnataka federal government has opened a one-month window for depositors of the IMA Ponzi scheme to file their claims. Candidates can apply online starting November 25 till December 24, after which no claim claims will be accepted.
Claims can likewise be submitted at Bangalore One/Karnataka One centres or the Atal Jan Snehi Kendras across the state. An easy two-stage process has actually been put in place where claimants can offer basic individual information like mobile number and bank account information, while in the second phase, they would need to provide scheme-wise deposit details.
Unique officer in-charge of the case Harsh Gupta said very little details are needed for submitting claims based upon Aadhaar authentication. “If they do not have Aadhaar, they can submit information based on the transaction number received from their bank after moving Rs 1 from their account to our account. If they are using the bank account declared to IMA (used to get the return from IMA), then they need not give any other details for identification like bond certificate or plan share certificate,” said Gupta.
While the procedure on clearing the claims will start quickly, the wait on depositors to get their cash back may take a little over 6 months. “This claim process will be over in one month and after that we anticipate that it will take a minimum of 6 months for the civil court to verify the accessories for use, to auction and understand the money. I foresee around five-six months’ time till we get there,” Gupta told reporters.
The federal government anticipates to get at least Rs 75,000 to one lakh claims and the claim amounts might be approximately Rs 2,900 crore in principal. Up until now, residential or commercial properties worth Rs 475 crore have actually been connected, while Rs 1500 crore is approximated to get changed towards returns already received by depositors.
For further details, depositors can contact the dedicated call centre line at 08064885959 or look at the website imaclaims.karnataka.gov.in or mail at splocaima20 @gmail. com. Claimants can also text on WhatsApp number 7975568880.
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