Pakistani Cricketer Pays Millions to Fake Agent on Promise of Playing for Ireland

First-class cricketer, Fazal Subhan, has been deprived of Rs. 1.7 million by a fraudster who promised to help him in relocating to Ireland and representing the Irish cricket team.

While speaking with a local news channel, Fazal said he was easily deceived by the fraudster due to unemployment and lack of opportunity to represent Pakistan at the national level.


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He added that the fraudster told him that Cricket Ireland Board (CIB) not only was willing to offer him a two-year contract but was also ready to help him in relocating to Ireland.

Fazal said he not only sold his plot and wife’s jewelry but also took a loan from a bank for a bright future and handed over all the money to the fraudster.


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He requested Prime Minister Imran Khan to help him and recover his life savings.

Fazal, 33, has played for Pakistan A, U19, and various first-class sides. He has played in all national events including the Quaid-e-Azam (QeA) Trophy. Between 2006 and 2017, he played 40 first-class games, 29 List-A games, and 6 T20s.