With reference to the above, I wish to inform you that I had taken an Bajaj Allianz policy from TLC India Pvt. Ltd, Bangalore(http://www.tlcnet.in/) for an annual premium of Rs 25,000 in June 2010. I had taken this through an agent of TLC by name Ms.Bhagya in Bangalore.
TLC is a company which sells insurance and also encourages people to join them as agents and build a chain. As the chain grows so does ones income.
On perusal of the policy document directly from Bajaj Allianz, I noticed that along with my personal scanned documents, there were other documents that are scanned on page numbers 20, 21 & 22.
What’s shocking to see was that my signature was present in these documents regarding which I have no clue and documents that i had never signed. The document was in Kannada and on questioning Bhagya, i was told that its a temple trust run by her and she had put that trust 'under' my name to grow the chain. when asked how my signature was present on those Kannada stamp papers , she was clueless.
My signature has been misused, forged and reproduced without my permission.
I had only submitted copies of my PAN Card and Passport in support of identification and address.
When i brought this to the notice of Bajaj Allianz and TLC authorities, they are taking their own sweet time in responding and say that the investigation is in progress. I had submitted scanned copies of the documents.
I am not sure at what stage the signature has been forged, but would like to know by TLC or Bajaj Allianz as to how a serios offence like signature forgery can be done and why no action has been taken till date.