Times Of India — Please Stop Fraudulent Job Posting Advertisements in Today's Times Of India Wednesday Classifed Section.
Dear Mr. Sanjay Kumar, and other Times Of India Representatives,
I would like to bring to your attention, a case of fraudulent behaviour perpetrated by one of your Job provider advertisers; namely "Vicky" Vivek Malhotra of Carnival Cruise Lines. (Please see two accompanying attached advertisements put out as recently as in today's (Wed., 25th Jan., 2017), Times of India Bangalore edition) I don't want anybody else ensnared in Mr. Malhotra's campaign of mis-insformation, and defrauding unsuspecting job applicants of their hard-earned money anymore.
Mithun Mandal of Kolkata (Mobile Phone Nos. : +[protected], +[protected], +[protected], & +[protected], and e-mail address : [protected]@gmail.com), had received an offer letter from Carnival Cruise Lines through Mr. Malhotra (Phone Nos: +[protected], +[protected], +[protected] & +[protected], e-mail addresses: [protected]@gmail.com, & [protected]@gmail.com), but had asked him to make a deposit of INR 77, 000/- into his Mr. Malhotra's account for charges such as making o[censored]S visa, and air travel charges, etc. Mithun made a deposit into Mr. Malhotra's account of INR 35, 000/-, and I made a deposit of INR 42, 000/- into Mr. Malhotra's account, for a grand total of INR 77, 000/-. (Please see attachments of the bank challan stubs made for the payments to Mr. Malhotra, in both Acrobat PDF, and Picture JPG formats.) Both the stated deposits were made so that Mithun could serve as a Waiter / Steward in Carnival Cruise Lines employment. (Mithun is unable to make ends meet for his family, and spent his life savings to get this job, so that he could cover his family expenses.)
However, Mr. Malhotra kept constantly pushing back the date of departure to USA for Mr. M. Mandal, citing one excuse or another, even though we had fully paid up, back at the end of Nov., 2016. We have now lost all trust and belief in Mr. Malhotra, to fulfill his end of the promised bargain. So, we believe that we were duped, and now, do not want this to happen to anybody else. Please investigate this matter, and make sure nobody else is hurt. On my part, I am approaching the Department of Consumer Affairs (Government of India) at "[protected]@gov.in, " to rectify this matter, post-your analysis of this issue, and conclusive report to me, Please let me know at the earliest. (end of this month, if possible)
Please let me know if you have any questions.
Ph. No. : +[protected]
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