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I received a call while I was in my office. The caller stated that “the resume has been selected for sun-pharma, so an hr person named Ravindra Singh, sr. executive human resources from Benfomet (a sister company of sun-pharma) will call you”.
Promptly, Mr Ravindra Singh (cell #: +** *** *** ****, firstname.lastname@example.org) called up and took an initial interview. Ravindra further told him that Mr Devesh Sidhraj (email@example.com) will take the next level interview. For that, he must initiate a call to the sun-pharma conference bridge number (dial-in no: ***-********), with passcode ******. Since this email had another cc: "ms. myra.o" <firstname.lastname@example.org>, and Sidharth Jha email@example.com. It is presumed that they too were present during the teleconference interview. During the interview, they have requested the candidate to undergo the ibm-spss modeler course, so as to have full eligibility for the post. It was also suggested that the course is done with their approved training IBM partner “statistical package skills development institute” (spsdi)– Tilak Nagar industrial area, near Subash Nagar metro station, New Delhi – ******, India. They also assured that the training fee shall be refunded with the first salary.
After a few hours, the call was received from cell: +** *** *** ****, who introduced himself as Mr VK Singh from spss modeler course at statistical package skills development institute (spsdi), an approved IBM client partner. He subsequently shared ibm spss modeler **.*-course details from his email, firstname.lastname@example.org and asked my son to pay the spss course fee asap.
The address quoted in Benfomet emails sun house, cts no. *** b/*, western express highway, Goregaon (e), Mumbai, ******, India were also verified and was found to be correct. Since all these correspondences were from official email ids, (https://www.benfomet.com) no foul play was suspected. Further, the cell number (cell: +** *** *** ****/+** **********) of VK Singh was also listed in the contact page of https://www.spsdi.com. The spss course fees of Rs. *****.** with GST was to be paid to Vikas Kumar Singh, on account #: **************, with ifsc code: barb*dawark, the Bank of Baroda, Dwarka, New Delhi.
Since the payment, there was no payment receipt or response on email, or SMS and the umpteen phone calls made to their numbers were unanswered. spsdi also advertising on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/human-resources-(hr)-internship-in-delhi-at-statistical-package-skills-development-institute-at-statistical-package-skills-development-institute-**********/ perhaps to trap new candidates.
This fraud cannot happen without the involvement of few insiders or employees of Hire Tale, sun-pharma/benfomet and spsdi. These culprits must be caught and dealt with strict action under the law.
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