Ghauri was banned in April by the integrity committee of the board for four years after he was caught on Skype discussing favourable match outcomes and match fixing with a reporter posing as a businessman.
He has been unable to submit the appeal fees of 1,00,000 rupees and an additional 2,50,000 rupees as legal fees for the hearing proceedings to be conducted by a PBC lawyer.
"The board has rejected my appeal on this ground and honestly speaking I am totally shattered and heartbroken at this stage and I don't know what else to do because all my life I either played cricket or umpired and I don't know any other way to earn my livelihood," he said.
However Ghauri has insisted has insisted that if he had earned anything from fixing he wouldn’t be in such a dire need of money.
"If I was corrupt I wouldn't be in a position where I can't even pay one lakh rupees to the board for my appeal to be heard by them," he said.