Hi all,

I am indeed lost 4500 Rs as i registered on Sept 21st 2014, but post that i have not got a simgle call from any company and only called up to update them and they used profanity and i called then and asked for a refund but when i was checking online i found that this company is already behind bars… Our Bangalore police have arrested only 2 people

I just want the Money back which i have paid for Rep No : 11707.

The money was supposed to be refunded today but when i called them i found that the lines were busy so was trying to complain this but found that they are already been arrested yesterday.

Fake job racket busted in Bangalore
M K Madhusoodan,TNN | Oct 30, 2014, 06.22 PM IST Comments More A A comments Share More A A READ MORE Mohammed Shakeel|Judicial Event Fake job racket busted in Bangalore The fraud company Exalt Consulting Placement Services Private Limited operated from the first floor of a business centre in Shivajinagar.
BANGALORE: A fake job racket that cheated nearly 14,000 job aspirants, across the country, to the tune of over Rs 2.75 crore has been busted by the central crime branch (CCB) of the city police.

The culprits had managed to get jobs for only seven candidates till date, investigations revealed. The fraud company Exalt Consulting Placement Services Private Limited operated from the first floor of a business centre in Shivajinagar. While two staffers were arrested, the kingpins are absconding.

The modus operandi was simple. The racketeers would trawl the internet and collect data on unemployed youth from various job portals. They would approach the youth and get them to register on their websites, www.exaltconsulting.com and www.exaltconsulting.co.in, promising them jobs in software firms. The registration fee was in the range of Rs 5,000 to Rs 9,000.

The fraudsters collected Rs 15,000 as commission from those seeking jobs with less than Rs 50,000 salary and Rs 25,000 from those who drew higher salaries. Candidates were also levied an 8% interest for any delay in paying up. The ones who could not be placed were told to apply for refund of registration and were paid only a part of it after three months. Exalt would deduct Rs 4,000 from the registration fee as miscellaneous expenses, police said.

The racket was busted after one of the victims emailed DCP (crime) Abhishek Goyal.

“The exact figures of victims of the company stood at 13,947 since 2011. Of them only seven got jobs and ironically, most of them through their own efforts. The agency had collected Rs 2,75,58,337 and refunded only Rs 54,37,408,” Goyal said. A case under sections 406 and 420 of ILC has been registered with the Shivajinagar police, he added.

During the raid on Exalt premises, the CCB team seized 37 monitors, 35 CPUs, four laptops, 41 landline phones, two printers and one card swiping machines.

Kingpin and Exalt owner Shabeer Ahmed and his senior manager Mohammed Azam are absconding. Mohammed Shakeel, an accounts manager with the firm, and a junior manager identified as James alias Sada have been arrested, police said.

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