Fake Job Consultancy Busted

Published: 02nd November 2014 06:02 AM  |   Last Updated: 02nd November 2014 06:02 AM   |  A+A-

BENGALURU: The Central Crime Branch (CCB) police on Saturday raided a fake job consultancy in RT Nagar and arrested five staffers, including three women. The arrested are accounts manager Abdul Ali, manager Sayeeda Ruhi, placement officer Tasmiya, HR manager Fatima and placement and assistant accounts officer Meenhaj. The firm’s owner Sayyad Gaus, a resident of Rajajinagar, is absconding. Police said Gaus opened HRP Services on Devegowda Road and the firm had collected data of unemployed youths. They used to contact jobseekers over phone or email and promised jobs in reputed companies in the city. They used to collect `4,000 as registration fee and were conducting fake interviews. However, none of the applicants were able to get jobs through the firm, said the police. Police have found records from August 2013 and as many as 726 jobseekers had registered with the company, which had collected `30.8 lakh. About 367 candidates were given refunds totalling `12,29,000 after they threatened to approach the police. A senior police officer said, “We are gathering more details about the accused. We have seized 10 monitors, eight CPUs, two laptops, 15 landline phones, payment slips, company seals and cheques.”

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