The Board of Directors of INTCAS would like to inform the wider public of a series of malicious videos and articles which have been published across various blogging sites, websites and social media channels.
The aim of this salacious campaign is to attempt to mislead the public and bring harm to the excellent work INTCAS has been undertaking across the world. Each of the accusations contained in the fake articles and videos are entirely without merit and have been made with malicious intent, as evidenced by the fact that some of the content has been replicated from external articles, whilst others have been fictitiously crafted. Please note INTCAS and its officers, employees or shareholders have no association to the said events.
PURSUIT IN EXCELLENCE
As we continue in our pursuit of uniting the education industry, it is clear there are people in this world, who fail to appreciate the real use of the internet. Whilst, INTCAS spends its time and effort developing ground-breaking solutions to the education industry, others, regretfully, find solace in spreading fake and malicious news.
Please note INTCAS formal communication channels include:
PLEASE NOTE ANY VARIATIONS FROM THE ABOVE LIST ARE NOT ASSOCIATED WITH INTCAS AND ARE AN IMITATION WITH THE AIM SPREADING DISINFORMATION AND MALICIOUS LIES.
INTCAS would also like to thank the excellent work and support provided by the London Metropolitan Police -Cyber Crime Unit who are actively working with various units across the world to bring the criminals to justice.
Finally, the Board of INTCAS would like to take this opportunity of thanking its global investors, its growing community of students, education institutions and governments across the world who continue to work and collaborate with INTCAS in developing global solution for student mobility. Your support is deeply appreciated, and we look forward to unveiling our new products and services over 2019.
For further information please do not hesitate to contact us on LetsConnect@intcas.com.
London, February 2019