I applied for a one month tourist visa for Malaysia. I bought a ticket from an agent and he gave me a fake ticket. I submitted my documents to the Malaysian consulate and they refused my visa and pasted a stamp on my passport indicating that the reason was the fake ticket. Now what do I do?

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  • What did the refusal letter say? What is the ‘stamp’ pasted in your passport? – Traveller Apr 23 at 5:24
  • yes they posted a stamp and said fake ticket used – MUGHAL Apr 23 at 5:34
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    Did you bought a fake ticket (and you knew it was fake) or you bought a ticket which then resulted fake? Note: embassies are not so naive, so they knows the tricks (also because experience) much more then applicants, so they have an opinion on this, but for us, to answer, we need such information. – Giacomo Catenazzi Apr 23 at 7:52
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    @Mughal But did they give you any paperwork? Fake documents typically mean a refusal for deception, which usually means you will have an entry ban. – Traveller Apr 23 at 7:53
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    Maybe you can scan the passport page with the stamp (removing any identifying data) and edit it into the question? – yetanothercoder Apr 23 at 11:07