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I work for an MNC. I kept fake experience in order to get this job. During back ground verification I received a mail saying that my previous company was involved in issuance of fake certificates. so they asked me for bank statements and form 16 which I said i couldnt submit. The HR people asked me to write on paper that i submitted fake documents and sign it. they threatened to blacklist me on NASSCOM. if i do so, they promised me to releive me like a normal employee. I wud get experience letter, relieving letter etc. In the document i signed i mentioned i submitted fake docs and also the money i spent to get those docs. Am i in trouble? did i make a mistake by co operating? plz answer!
23rd December 2014 From India,

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Dear Friend
Under the given circumstances, if you would have been orally confess to HR dept that you made a mistake by submitting a fake experience certificate in order to get a job in your present employer is sufficient. But giving the same in writing, some times may face some problem in getting future employment, provided, if your current employer refuses to give you documents such as relieving letter & service certificates etc pertaining to your graceful exit of their employment.
Therefore, you are advised to meet your HR dept executives and request them to give you above certificates as promised, since you already submitted in HR dept your written confession with regard to your fake experience statement. My sincere advise is that henceforth, you should not submit any fake service or salary certificate in future with view to get an employment or else you have to face this type of problem for ever in your future career
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23rd December 2014 From India, Hyderabad
Dear, Fake certificate is nothing short of cheating and forgery under IPC and nullifies appointment made and period of service rendered is immaterial. So never think of it.
24th December 2014 From India, New Delhi
Also it was the only chance I could get experience letter and reliving letter as told by them.my only concern is , ,in case I get relieving and experience letter from them, and if i use this experience letter for my next job, will they disclose the discrepancy issue in background verification to my new company.? Is it a good idea to use this experience certificate? And about fake certificates., I learned my lesson. I request all the people who see this post not to involve in this kind of things.
24th December 2014 From India,
No never repeat or use these certificates. In verification, you may be again exposed.
24th December 2014 From India, New Delhi
The HR personnel have completed their part by getting an admission in writing from you and it would be inserted in your personnel file even if no complaint is filed against you.
If relieving letter can not be issued then try for service certificate as stipulated in model standing orders......and remain satisfied...
Never ingulge on such illegal practices....
No one in your past company will accept that they issued fake/false certificate to you....even if you have paid them...
It is strange that even private establishment indulge in issuance of fake certificate against illegal gratification...
If you have not created any profile at NSR of NASSCHOM no comments can be posted.
Moreover NSR has published that it does not indulge in blacklisting
24th December 2014 From India, Chandigarh
Destiny beckons! Your acceptance is writing is a mirror to the documents you forged.

Good news, you are aware of it. Bad news the HR in that firm as now as much as a fault as you are. Keeping a written acceptance on the forgery is a double edge sword as it unmasks the HR, as a scheming one. You accepting in person was enough. Making you write it down shows pettiness and scheming on their part!

What matters to you now is what lies ahead. You will put this job behind you and obviously never mention it in any of your resumes in future. Please consider not using any reference from this firm. Human nature is prone to gossiping. This incident might fuel the grapevine. Choose to stay as far as you can.

I know this doesn't sound very ethical, if you still doubt, try and get a reference check done on your self using this firm's letter. There are companies with whom you can initiate your back ground verification. You would have to pay the fees. But that would answer all your doubts. You can even request to keep the reason for the verification private, where they will not share with any of your ex-employers on why your credibility is being validated.

How does the acceptance affect your future? To begin with, it doesn't, unless you registered for this job with Skill registry in Nasscom. At the most this would be stored as a comment on reason for leaving in the company MIS/Database.

Individually this incident have definitely changed you as a person. No sooner than later, you would be on the other side of the table where you would be dealing with ambitious talents who would think twice before risking all they have.

You might deal it differently, for you understand the price of this risk.

Wishing you all the best!
24th December 2014 From India, Mumbai
If my present company issues experience certificate for the duration I worked. Shud I use it for my next employment.
25th December 2014 From India,
The company has taken lenient view and terminated you simpliciter. They could have dismissed you on the basis of your confessional letter. But the basic thing is reason of relieving will always be in your personal file. On seeking your verification, can you imagine they will not cite basic reason of relieving you.
25th December 2014 From India, New Delhi
No company issue fake certificates, yes, some employee might be involved in it. Your confession on piece of plan paper is not of much importance legally, but you may find it difficult getting a new job in case of your employer disclose this incident during verification call(generally does not happen, unless you are not in bad books of your previous employer). It is better, you accept your mistake and never repeat it.
25th December 2014 From India, Mumbai

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