Career Impact Due To Fraudulent Organization - CiteHR
V.Raghunathan
Process Industry Consultant / Soft Skill

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I joined a company a year back based on a personal recommendation of a mentor. The company was assumed and showcased to be a global leader in the segment they operate in. Now, they never issued an appointment letter. Never released the salary in time. I received my first salary after a lot of pleading and requests after four months of continuous service. After working for few months, I came to know that entire company is a fraudulent setup and they fool employees, vendors, clients and sometimes governments and general public as well. They tried me to get into committing an Intellectual property theft forcefully, to which I opposed and denied. The president of the company started playing games by delaying my salary and not paying in full. Now one of the directors asked me not to report to office and work from home so to pacify things at office. The current situation is:

1. They have not paid me my 4 months salary which is a hefty sum.

2. They are not giving me any documents despite reminders on emails and texts.

3. They have asked me to get my F&F done as they no longer want my services.

4. They have gone back on commitments and said that I am being treated as a consultant that is why they are free to terminate my services at any moment. They are not ready to give anything in writing. There is no consulting contract either.

I have the following evidences available with me:

1. Company provided laptop containing official mails capturing the fraudulent activities.

2. Detailed email exchanges capturing the conflict, though unanswered by senior management.

3. Mailers by Director, promising resolutions, but nothing was delivered.

4. Copy of attendance register that depicts me as a Full time employee with marked attendance.

About the frauds:

1. The company has a habit of changing their identity every two years.

2. Have a history of changing workplaces as they fraudulently stop paying the rent after a couple of months, and raise a fake conflict, spend one year in a building and move out.

3. There are fake identities and fake emails of fake officials who do not exist on planet earth. The directors mastermind these identities and these are present on linkedins, fb and corporate emails. The receiver of these fake mails forcibly is lead to believe that the company is of big magnitude and presence.

4. The president is a blatant lier and can lie to any extent to influence people but any educated and logical person can decipher the lies.

5. The company holds the salary of senior level people on the pretext of a severe financial crunch, despite the president continues to enjoy company funds on his luxuries including buying luxury cars, foreign vacations, his home expenses, buying a new home, buying a cd player etc.

6. The company also fradulently rolled out preference shares for private placement without SEBI approval to cheat employees and near ones. All documents in the company are forged with the help of graphic designers and editors.

7. The company claims to be based in US and registered there and claims to be a global leader in the respective segments. But everything is fake. It is an Indian fraudulent outfit.

My challenges:

1. The stuck money.

2. Next steps for a stabilized career. (The company is now getting bad repute as many employees know all this and have started leaving the company).

Please advice the best possible solution to this issue.


Hello Rameshchandiwalla,
Your posting infact is a very detailed account of your bad experience.
As you rightly summed up there are two things to take care of.
First is to get a good job. My recommendation would be to get a new
job first ahead of settlement of the amount due to you.
If you have the time you can pursue in a normal way by trying to send
different forms of communication.
After getting a new job you have plenty of options to get your dues
including a legal recourse.
V.Raghunathan

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