[Resolved] Shine.com — Fake job offer and fraud of depositing money and not refunded
Kolkata, West Bengal, India
I am Mohit Sultania. I got a call from [protected] on 09/07/2015 and was offered a job in HDFC BANK. I was told to send my 10th, 12th and graduation marksheet and deposit an amount of Rs.1850/- as registration fees in an account named SS ONLINE SOLUTIONS in account no:[protected] maintained with THE STATE BANK OF INDIA. I deposited the amount. Next day I received a call from [protected] named Manish Agarwal. He represented himself as HR of shine.com and asked me some questions. Next day I received a call from [protected] named Varun. He told me that I have been selected and asked me to deposit an amount of Rs.8500/- as training fees in the above account. I deposited the amount. They asked for 48hours time for verification of the documents. After 2days, I again received a call from [protected] on 13/07/15 asking me to deposit Rs.10, 000/- for verification of the documents. Then I dropped the job offer and refused to deposit any money further. They promised to refund the whole money within 14days. But till date no money has been refunded.
Complaint marked as Resolved
[Aug 07, 2015] Shine.com customer support has been notified about the posted complaint.
Verified SupportShine.com Customer Care's response, Aug 08, 2015
Dear Mohit, Greetings from shine.com. The below details does not belong to shine.com. Shine provides various career services and helps you to highlight and feature your profile among recruiter on our job portals but does no guarantee jobs as you are contacted by recruiters on the basis of job availability. 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.
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