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Two suspects arrested for forging educational certificates

By JT - Jan 11,2018 - Last updated at Jan 11,2018

AMMAN — Criminal Investigation Department (CID) personnel have arrested two suspects for allegedly forging educational certificates, the Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported on Thursday.

A security source said that after receiving a tip-off, the CID monitored an unlicensed training centre which offered training courses for students, and convincing them that the institute had agreements with several local and interantional universities.

The source added that the centres promoted these courses on social networking sites and made students sign on bonds not to raise complaints against the centre.

The source said a number of counterfeit seals, computers and 26 forged certificates were confiscated. The two suspects were referred to the judiciary after complaints from 14 students. 

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