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Unemployed Candidates Duped by using name of Fake Recruitment of Kochi Metro

Unemployed Candidates Duped by using name of Fake Recruitment of Kochi Metro

Scammers are tricking unemployed adolescents utilizing the name of Hyderabad Metro Rail. A few tech graduates got messages offering them occupations of accountant, fund official, electrical enginner, venture administrator and so on in the HMR venture. Meeting calls, on the letterheads of undertaking agent L&T, were connected to the messages. The individuals who paid cash, as was asked, were duped.

Police said that in the emails competitors were requested that pay Rs 9,100 as ‘refundable security store’. As of late, the Cyberabad police got a few objections from young people who paid cash, went for meetings at the given address, and understood that they were cheated. The emails were sent from a fake site, career.metro@itmetrorail.com.

The messages said, “Your resume has been chosen for interview in our yearly direct determination process. The organization offers you a chance to join as official/administrator in the particular office.”

The messages had expressed that interview would happen on January 27 and February 27 this year. Compensations running between Rs 20,000 and Rs 67,000 were advertised. The email likewise offered flight tickets for applicants from different states.

Vamshavardhan Reddy Gujjula, a nerd working with a MNC in the city, said he and his sibling got the messages. “When I checked it, I knew it was fake. L&T won’t request that candidates pay cash. Thus, I posted the same on the Facebook page of the Cyber Crime Police, asking for it to make a move,” he said.

The call letters and messages had a great deal of linguistic blunders and conflicting data, however scarcely anybody observed. Two victims drew nearer the CyberCrime police and Cyberabad police to hotel objections.

They said they paid the cash and later came to know there was no such interview. “After they paid the main portion, the fraudster requesting that they pay more. When they cross-checked, they comprehended that it was a trick,” said cyber crime police assessor Md. Riyazuddin.

Police reached the telephone number specified in the messages. It was utilized by a worker as a part of Delhi. “The email had a telephone number of a worker from Uttarakhand and he doesn’t have any association with the extortion,” said the inspector. Police has propelled a request. Authorities from HMR said they don’t request cash from applicants.

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