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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Commerce advises the general public that it has been brought to the attention of the Embassy of the Republic of Turkey in Santo Domingo that there are fraudulent websites on the internet that are similar to the official site claiming to issue Turkish e-visas, or to offer visa services to defraud the public into buying alleged visas, only to be defrauded after service payment or issue false e-visas, which have no validity.

The Ministry is cognizant of the fact that these fraudulent websites hinders the work of the Turkish Embassy and wishes to caution the public to be vigilant when applying for Turkish visas.  For that reason, persons are advised that the ONLY official means for obtaining a Turkish e-visa is through their website at www.evisa.gov.tr.

For more information persons can e-mail the Embassy of the Republic of Turkey in the Dominican Republic at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

For further information, please contact the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Commerce at telephone number 456 2060.

 

SOURCE: API

 

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