[Resolved] Shine.com — Fraudulent job request
I've received calls from recruitment agency name make my carrier on 18th January 2017, they offered me job at jet airways air ticketing in chennai for which they asked an enrollment/ registration fees of 1650/- first later on they asked for 5800/- for document verification i have emails and call recording for the same lady name priya roy who informed all the amount is refundable once paid when conducting telephonic interview nothing was informed so i paid that sum of amount.
Later lady name priya roy who is communicating with me informed that their senior department team wants to talk so she transferred the call to him the they informed that i need to pay 15800/- to get the job in jet airways as air ticketing job. the number from which i got call is +[protected]
True caller shows that it is of bhopal and it is saved under name of priya roy airport services.
Hence i went to bank and verified and found that the account was based in delhi since then i have been contact on the above shared number but my call is never been answered it is basically a scam which i belive that shine.com leaks numbers to whithout verifying recruitment agency exists or not i lost my 23000- which is of no use feels like i am been looted... I want you to please look into it as i cannot afford to loose that money please help to get my money back from that cheater and fraudsters as they contacted me via shine
Complaint marked as Resolved Feb 28, 2017
[Jan 24, 2017] Shine.com customer support has been notified about the posted complaint.
Verified SupportShine.com Customer Care's response Jan 25, 2017
The details which you had shared with us do not belong to shine.com.These days a lot of fake recruiters are calling the candidates using the name of reputed job portals and extract heavy money from them. We will like to clarify that Shine.com is not linked with any such recruiter or consultants.
Please note that Shine.com is not responsible for, and expressly disclaims all liability for any such communication via email, SMS or phone call by a frivolous source claiming to have got the contact details of the concerned person through or representing Shine.com.
Therefore jobs seekers are advised not to indulge in any monetary engagement with such sources in the name of guaranteed interviews with employers.
Also please note that time to time, we advertise this on our own newspaper Hindustan Times.
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