Due to lockdown around the world, most people are working on online platforms. As a result, cases of coffee online scams have come to light. With the help of the website, people will be made aware of online scams. Explain, there are also frauds in the name of funds for Corona and donations for people in need.
Be careful if you are looking for work online
Fraud is taking place under the guise of getting a job, keep these things in mind to avoid fraud.
Thousands of young people graduating from engineering colleges in small towns fall prey to this scam. His parents have spent Rs. 4-5 lakhs on studies. They expect children to do something big. Abroad, especially in the Gulf countries, there is a lot of rigging in the name of jobs.
“No company asks job seekers to deposit money at any stage.” So beware of the company asking for fees for security deposit, registration or document verification.”
How fraud is committed
For most fraudsters, online job portals are the best way to find your prey. They trap people like this:
1. The job recruiters’ profile is extracted from the job recruitment site.
2. All those who may become victims are mailed in bulk.
3. Fraudsters present themselves as job consultants. They show off their fake websites, temporary offices.
4. Registration fee from people through wallet or bank transfer.
Who is made the victim?
Thugs look at people like this…
-Youth of Tier 2 or Tier 3 cities
– Graduates of less popular colleges or institutions
-Youth with poor communication skills
-0-5 years work experience
-20-25 years of age
– Raw in writing and speaking English
-Those who have applied on the job portal
How to avoid cheating?
These methods should be adopted to get the job safely. Visit trusted websites: Most of the companies post new jobs on their official website. In this way, instead of suspicious mail, go to the company’s career page. Apply directly on the site. Never approach ‘agents’ in India for jobs abroad. Post CV with Job Position: While posting a CV on the job portal, make sure that the post for which you are applying is written on it. Whatever mail will be received in its response, this post will be mentioned in it.
What to do if you are a victim of fraud?
According to RBI’s 2017-18 guidelines, the entire responsibility of the transaction after filing the fraud information is on the bank, if the bank concerned is not informed as per the prescribed procedure, the responsibility lies with the consumer. In this case, the legal obligation to refund the bank does not apply.
In case of fraud, inform the concerned officer of your bank immediately. Apart from this, register the information at the customer care center and keep the number of the entered information safe for future, so that the bank can refund your money to you.
How to file a complaint in cybercrime if there is an online fraud
If any kind of fraud or cyber crime happens to you, then you can register a complaint by going to cybercrime.gov.in. A separate option has been given on the website for complaints of cybercrime related to women and children.
The complainant will have to go to the option and click on the accept button on the undertaking page, in which you will have to enter your name and mobile mobile number. After filling the information, an OTP will come on your mobile. After this, fill the information of the incident, the information of the suspect and the complainant on the site. After that save all the information. After entering the information, you will continue to get the update of the complaint on mobile and email.