A fake job racket in Mandawali of East Delhi has been busted by Hyderabad Police on Monday.
A fake job racket that has duped at least 70 unemployed people from Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu has been busted by Hyderabad police who have arrested four people behind the racket from Mandawali of East Delhi.
The racket came to light after a week when Hyderabad Police identified a fraudulent loan operation in Noida.
A complaint has been lodged by a Hyderabad resident C B Yogishwar, 22 who alleged that he has received multiple calls and emails regarding job offers in July and August and as he was unemployed and in need of a job has replied to a mail offering a job with a leading electrical equipment manufacturing company.
After that the complainant was asked to deposit a registration fee of Rs 2,500 and from then he was asked to deposit about Rs 1.30 lakh in different ocassions.
They they were silent and when the complainant contacted them they were unavailable. On knowing that he has got cheated, Yogishwar lodged a complaint.
On the basis of Yogishwar’s complaint the police have analysed the call records and identified that a call centre being run to cheat people with fake job offers.
The police have arrested Mishra, 23 who was a former call centre employee and the kingpin behind the racket. Mishra lured people with fake job offers and asked them to money registration, training and offer letters etc., and on receiving the money he will become unavailable through phone.
An amount of Rs 3.5 lakh from the call centre, 15 mobile phones and laptops have been recovered by the police. The four accused were produced in a local court and brought on transit remand to Hyderabad.