[Resolved]  National Groups & AR Tech Solutions — BPO Fraud


Graduates and Youngsters and those who are new to BPO Sector. Please be aware of These two Concerns

National Groups & AR-Tech Solutions,
Iyyannar Kovil Street,

Running by
1. REEYAS DEEN ( Sweet honey talking and Innocent Amul baby face thrive every
human being to believe his words )
2. SABARI ( Number one Black Fox )

These two Great Worst Cheaters have CHEATED more than 100 innocent Graduates, Youngsters and House wifes by Collecting Rs. 1 Lakh to Rs. 2 Lakh in the name BPO JOB Giving. Cheated more than Rs. 90 Lakh within a Year.

On seeing advertisement for BPO Projects in the leading Newspaper, 1 1/2 Years Back we went to his office and paid Rs. 1,30,000/- for two projects. four months passed away and as per agreement they didn't give us projects. After our fierce pressure on them they gave some other projects telling that this is a genuine one. Every month they keep the projects changing on. Projects which we finished and sent them didn't receive any feedback and Payment, Thus we had a Huge Loss of Rs. Four Lakhs

We went to his office several times but we are convinced to get good projects every month by Reyasdeen's amulbaby Honey Voice.

This continued for a year and after that Reyas and Sabari announced us that the agreement is over. We went to his office for our Paid Amount. Reyas Threatened us to leave his Office and showed us that he was very close to Minister and with his influence threatened to jail us.

All Proofs and documents we are having against him. But his closer relationship with the Politicians daring us. And now we have leaved this matter to the Almighty GOD.

Those who were cheated by these two Ba......d's please contact me to fight against these two culprits. Mail me for further details about them.

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Aug 14, 2020
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National Groups and AR tech — Fraud companies

Hi I'm Sakthi,

I was badly cheated National groups Reeyas deen in the name of BPO.. They say "we have genuine process only" But all are fake and fraud process. they collect money by talking in sweet voice, , i dont how these people are talking with honey dipped words. ... son of ... Dont belive this guys Name REEYAS DEEN and his assole SABARI.. they have all cheating branches in BAngalore, chennai, tanjore, madurai.. and soo...
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