I got my Schengen visa for Estonia on April 5th from the German Embassy. My travel plan was 1st to 16th of May 2018.

I bought my ticket from Finnair on 1st of May. I had to take a flight on that day. But I couldn’t take the flight. I don't understand why. They told me Finland immigration didn’t allow me and my family to take the flight for Estonia. Finland is only transit for me. They couldn’t let me. I had a visa and hotel bookings.

Another day, I changed my plans. I bought tickets from Thai Airways. I booked a hotel in Munich and Estonia. They told me I could not take the flight to Munich. The reason was hotel bookings. I asked many times the reason, they told me your hotel bookings.

After that I cancelled my trip to Estonia because of this reason. After some days, I got an email from the German Embassy. They asked me please bring your passport, we will review your visa situation then I replied. I am not in Bangladesh. What should I do about the email? They didn’t answer.

Another day I requested one of my friends to go to the German embassy in Dhaka. Officers in the embassy told that person the visa was cancelled and that I needed to bring the passports. My friend told them I'm not there, and would not come back to Bangladesh. They didn’t take care or listen to him.

After some days a police officer called me. The German Embassy had a complaint to Interpol about me. Interpol told them I was using a fake visa to go to Germany. The German embassy gave that visa on April 5, 2018. How is it possible to be fake? How can I remove that complaint about me from Interpol? What should I do? What is the solution?

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    How did you get your visa? Did you get it yourself or did you use some kind of agency or service to help you get a visa? Is it possible that the people you got the visa from were really scammers? – Zach Lipton May 23 '18 at 3:21
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    I got it myself . – Bekmezci May 23 '18 at 3:29
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    If you're not in Bangladesh, where are you? How did the police contact you? And what does this have anything to do with a criminal record? – user58558 May 23 '18 at 4:28
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    @Bekmezci Which German embassy did you apply to and where did you go to for your biometric appointment? – Traveller May 23 '18 at 6:59
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    Already the beginning of your story sounds odd. The German embassy would (at least should) not have issued you a visa for a visit to Estonia, as they are not the competent authority for issuing such a visa. Assuming that you have a single-entry visa: Trying to use such a visa issued by German authorities for a trip to Estonia is indeed a valid reason for refusing entry (and for the airline to refuse transport). – Tor-Einar Jarnbjo May 23 '18 at 10:59