How To Prove My Previous Company Has Been Closed Or Dissolved - CiteHR
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My name is ritu. I got selected as an officer in Bank of Baroda.Before here i worked with an BPO for 1.5 months.Although i did not mention that i had any working experience but at
the submission time of documents at Bank of Baroda,one of HR-Personnel asked
me to present relieving letter from my previous employer.
but the problem is my previous company has been dissolved.They had not provided us any document. Today i enquired about my previous company regarding relieving letter but no contact no. is working,i actually dont know whether company has been closed or running somewhere else.
i told about this situation to BOB-HR,than she asked me to prove that company has been dissolve,she didnt tell me how and she isnt ready to listen anything else.
Now i have no option how to overcome with this problem.
Please guide me Sir/Madam .
I will be highly thankful.
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Try to explain her that I tried calling the HR and other team members of my previous organization but they are unreachable. Let me join BoB and I will simultaneously try to reach them. May be in a week or two I may get contact of them.
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There is a conflict with your own query.

You said above that you have not shared about your past experience and applied as an Fresher, than how can HR Manager asked you to submit Relieving Letter?

And if he asked then why you didnt reply by reminding him that you have no work experience. (though it is also wrong and one must not do that and professionally i would suggest you and all for not to do so in any situation)

Later you accepted about your previous employment and shared with your HR-BOB about it which was your another mistake and was very obvious to put your sincerity and employment in question.

This may cause you further by many how and you need to understand that this certainly not a good thing for you. Now, please let me know why presented yourself as a Fresher or hided your employment history? Second, you must accept your mistakes to the HR people and apologizing .

Lastly, you have worked with them for 1.5years, you can produce your salary slip (if any), appointment letter, epf number or bank statement showing your salary, salary bank cheque you received from them, or any document. You must have any of above document else you have to be ready to accept the consequences of your mistakes here.

This is an experience for you as well as for all other people who did this and you must learn from this.
Write a letter and mention a word affidavit while writing a letter and explain that the company has been dissolved and you are not responsible for that and even not interested in considering your experience as an experience as it being hardly 2 months, give all the details of the company you have and in a very separate line at last, mention that what ever said above is true to the best of your knowledge. and sign it with a date and post it or give it addressing to a relevant person , i suggest you write two of these letter, but mention that you have already given a letter to the relevant person and still interested in informing you and give it to the higher authority of the bank.....

There is nothing to worry, when you are true, the only reason is that they do not wanna face any kind of future risks pertaining to those matters.... you may also mention when did u join the previous company and when did u leave, or you may mention that the job was considered almost as the internship so the company did no follow the regular employee formalities.........

All the best..........
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