Protest gatherings by people plundered by IRGC-backed credit institutes continued in Tehran and other Iranian cities on November 11, 2017.
To quell the protests, the Iranian regime’s officials had made announcements that people having deposits in Caspian and Fereshtegan credit institutes could get their money back.
However, when people cheated by Caspian Institute referred to its branches on Saturday, November 11, 2017, they saw that their accounts were still blocked and no money had been deposited despite promises made.
When faced with such a situation, a plundered woman went unconscious in Tehran’s Seyyed Khandan branch.
On the same day, people plundered by Alborz-e Iranian (Arman) gathered in Dadman street in Tehran, in front of the institute’s main branch and protested against the institute’s stealing of their money.
Depositors plundered by Arman’e Vahdat Institute also staged a protest gathering on Saturday in Khorramabad, capital of Lorestan Province in western Iran.