What are the different types of Job Frauds?

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What are the different types of Job Frauds?

We often see that several unemployed youth paying huge cash to fraudsters for securing jobs in Government Services or Corporate Sector.
Taking advantage of the innocence of these unemployed youth, fraudsters float fictitious companies and give attractive advertisements to the press and attract the unemployed youth towards them and after collecting money as ‘caution deposit/security deposit’ and dupe them. Here are some of the frauds committed by such criminals.

 
Fake JOB VISA for employment abroad
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Training and employment in the same company and Employment abroad
Data warehousing works.
Employment fraud in Railways Recruitment:
Employment in reputed PSU s and Private Companies.
Group II/I of APPSC fraud.
If you find any of the following signs in the job offers, you have a strong reason to SUSPECT it…!
Employment in Railway / APPSC
1. If the amount is insisted in cash
2. No receipts are issued for receipts of money.
3. Concerned persons are dismissed from service or suspended from service.
4. Appointment letters were not signed.
5. Appointment letters do not have stamps of the office.
6. Appointment letters are not showing the office address and phone numbers.
7. Check up with the concerned department for the genuineness of the appointment order/interview call letter.

Remember that all the examinations are purely based on merit
Data warehousing works
1. Company which is giving you the data warehousing work and fail to furnish the e-mail address of the company.
2. Company is not registered with Registrar of Companies.
3. Directors of the company are not seen and only agents are discussing with you.
4. After completion of work after payment is delayed for more than a specified time
5. Directors and agents coming with a new proposal of employment abroad
Jobs Abroad
1. Agency do not have certificate from Protector General of Immigrants, New Delhi and fails to show the certificate.
2. VISA’s are handed over at the airport before leaving for foreign countries.
3. Agent refuses to show VISA before.
4. Air tickets were given at the last minute.
5. VISA arranged to you without your filling the application for the same.
6. Turns impatient and feel embarrassed when you ask them certain questions.

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Tips to Avoid 419 Advance Fee Interent Fraud

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Tips to Avoid 419 Advance Fee Internet Fraud


  • The best tip is to DELETE any mail from a stranger which resembles the mails we described above
  • Same mail may be forwarded to the service provider’s mail ID like abuse@yahoo.com, abuse@hotmail.com depending on the senders mail ID.
  • Similarly you can forward the mail before you junk it to local police email ID if they have any.

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10 warning signs of a 419 Nigerian Advanced Fee Fraud Scam email

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10 warning signs of a 419 Nigerian Advanced Fee Fraud Scam email



  • A promise to share or transfer millions of dollars to you for your help or participation. (Out of 6 billion people in the world you were singled out as this fortunate person, lucky you…!).
  • The e-mail or correspondence is marked "urgent," "top secret" or "highly confidential" and demands you act immediately. (Time is commonly of the essence).
  • The sender claims to be an exiled Dignitary, Cabinet Member, General, CEO, CFO, lawyer, doctor or the heir of some other important person or top official to gain your confidence. (The Grifter usually uses a Hotmail, Yahoo, Netscape or other such free and anonymous e-mail service to send you the message - not very Regal at all).
  • Claims to have obtained your e-mail address "during a personal research on the Internet" or from an unidentified "friend who was once on diplomatic mission."
  • The proposal contains a seemingly unlikely situation, i.e. overpaid millions on a contract, royal money or assets frozen by a foreign government, an inheritance, or money, gold or diamonds that need to immediately be transferred or be lost forever.
  • Claims to have smuggled the funds, jewels or precious metals out of their native country in a "diplomatic package" or "consignment" unbeknownst to their unstable or corrupt government.
  • Seeks an "honest foreign partner" to help with them with their crisis situation. (As if none exist or can be found in their own country).
  • States they are working with an unidentfied "Security Company" or the "Central Bank of Nigeria"
  • Requests personal information from you, i.e. your full name, bank account information and routing numbers, home or business telephone and facsimile numbers, or a copy of your letterhead.
  • The solicitation or contact requires you to advance money "up front" to secure your participation in the transaction. (Hence, its nickname of "Advanced Fee Fraud").

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What are the different types of 419 Internet Frauds?

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Please note that the list of 419 (Nigerian Advanced Fee Fraud) scam types described below does not include all possible variants. Do not assume that if it is not on this list that the email sent to you is legitimate. For additional information on how to identify these scams, please see the Top 10 Warning Signs page. Be scam aware. Be educated.

ATM Card 419 Scam: The ATM Card Payment Scam is used in conjunction with other scams, such as a fake Lottery Scam, Unpaid Contractor Scam or similar exploits. The victim is promised an ATM card with which the victim can withdraw millions dollars (up to a large limit per day) at any location that accepts ATM cards. However like all Advance Fee Frauds, the victim must pay a fee to receive the card. If it ever is received, it will not work. A "Replacement card" will be offered, again for a fee.

Auction 419 Scam: The scammer "wins" an auction on eBay or another auction site, then "overpays" for the item with a tuque or money order. The scammer then asks the target to send him the overage.

Black Currency 419 Scam: The scammer has a large amount of currency available to share with the target, but the currency has been defaced. However, the currency can be cleaned if the target will purchase enough of the correct cleaning solution (this type of 419 is also called "wash wash"). Black Currency 419 "tales" and techniques are commonly used in many other types of 419 operations.

Cashier's Cheque 419 Scam: The scammer has Cashier's Cheques or money orders he/she needs cashed, and the target can keep a percentage of the cheque for cashing it and forwarding the proceeds net his commission to the scammer. Then the original cheque or money order sent to the target eventually bounces, and the target is out the money advanced to the scammer. The target also is cash out to his bank for any problems with his account caused by the bouncing of the original cheque as he must make up any overdrafts and pay any relevant fees etc.

Charitable Organization 419 Scam: The scammer approaches a charitable organization with a request for help, usually about getting a large sum of money transferred out of a country in which the charitable organization's brethren can claim to be persecuted. A percentage of the proceeds is often offered to the charitable organization for their assistance. The scammer needs monies for fees in order to get the monies freed up.

Chat Room 419 Scam: The scammer meets the target online in a chat room etc. or through a dating or instant messenger online service, befriends the target, and gets the target to advance him/her monies for various reasons. Often leads into Romance 419 scam.

Classic 419 Scam: The scammer has or can gain access to a large sum of money by some means and he/she needs the financial and personal help of the target, in return for a percentage of the funds, to get the necessary transactions processed and get monies out of the country. Many other types of 419 are in actuality variants of Classic 419.

Disaster 419 Scam: The scammer says someone has been killed in a plane crash, earthquake, tsunami, or other disaster, leaving a large sum of money behind which can be claimed by the target or split between the target and the scammer if the scammer can be advanced the monies necessary to process the transaction.

Employment 419 Scam: The scammer "employs" the target to process financial transactions for a commission and has the target advance the net proceeds of these transactions to the scammer before the cherubs sent to the target bounce. Also, another form, where the scammer offers a lucrative job to the target but certain fees must be paid up front by the target to get the job.

Extortion 419 Scam: The scammer says that if the target does not send him money the scammer will hurt or kill the target and/or his family.

Inheritance 419 Scam: The scammer informs the target that someone has died with no relatives to claim the large cash bequest left by the deceased. Often, the scammer says that if someone does not claim the money it will revert to the Government and no-one will get it. The target is asked to "stand in" as a relative to claim the money, with the scammer taking care of all the details, and then split the proceeds with the scammer. The scammer needs monies for fees to get the target declared the rightful inheritor.

Lottery 419 Scam: The scammer says the target has won a lottery, but fees and taxes etc. must be paid before the proceeds can be released.

Oil Scam 419 Scam: The scammer has secured a large amount of oil at below market prices, and the target can get in on the deal for a fee.

Real Estate 419 Scam: The scammer wants to buy real estate, but cannot free up his monies just now to do it, so he asks the target to advance him/her all or some of the funds for the purchase in return for partial ownership of the real estate or a large future fee to be paid to the target.

Recovery 419 Scam: The scammer claims he/she can recover monies lost by the target in a previous 419 operation, but fees must be paid in advance to accomplish this.

Reload 419 Scam: The scammer approaches a target who has already been 419ed and offers the target another type of 419 deal to enable the target to "replace" his/her lost monies or the scammer claims has can bring the previous deal to fruition, if necessary fees are paid by the target.

Reshipper 419 Scam: The scammer will attempt to obtain stolen merchandise for personal use or to sell. Because many companies will not send merchandise to Nigeria or Eastern Europe due to warnings about stolen credit card purchases, the scammer must find an in-country person to receive then reship the goods. Click the link for a complete description.

Unpaid Contractor 419 Scam: In this variant of the Classic 419 Scam Advance Fee Fraud, the scammer will claim to be with the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), the Nigerian National Petroleum Company (NNPC) or some government ministry. The name of CBN president Charles Soludo is often used in this scam. The victim is told to pose as a contractor who has not yet been paid by the Nigerian government from a "completed project". The money is to be split between victim and the scammer. Payments from the victim will be required to participate in this crime.

War Booty 419 Scam: The scammer says he is a trooper who has stumbled across a large sum of war booty and will pay the target a percentage if the target helps him/her personally and financially to get it out of the country. Often leads into Black Currency 419.

Will Scam 419 Scam: The scammer informs the target that a distant relative has died leaving a large sum of money which the target can inherit if the proper fees are paid.

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What is 419 Advance Fee Fraud?

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What is 419 Advance Fee Fraud?


Mr. Sudershan Rao is a retired executive from a public sector undertaking received a mail from an unknown person, Mr. Raymond Price asking for my assistance in retrieving five hundred million looted U.S. dollars for a twenty-five percent reward. Excitement raced through him. Sudershan requested for more information. Second e-mail provided him a phone number. An ‘attorney’ in the UK told him that he would receive twenty installments of twenty-five million dollars, deposited into my bank account biweekly. All he needed to do was pay twenty-five thousand dollars in expenses and up-front fees (advance fee).

Sudershan patiently waits for the booty, it doesn’t come. He calls up the the UK number desperately only to hear Raymond saying money is stuck in Delhi Airport and he needs more money to get it released. Unsuspecting Sudershan sends some more money to the account number provided by Raymond Price. Sudershan continues to wait for his booty even today…..! 

Sudershan is scammed.

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Ladies Special - Signs of a Cheating Husband

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Ladies Special  -  Signs of  a Cheating Husband
Ladies Special  -  Signs of  a Cheating Husband
One of the most common ways you can detect if your partner is cheating is by looking out for changes in his day to day routine and behavior  If your partner is having an affair it is quite likely that he will start acting differently. This is because we all settle into certain routines when things are regular and normal so it is only natural that if something changes in our lives then things get thrown off course and we start doing things differently. These changes in your husband's routine can be giveaway clues that he's seeing someone else but can be so easily missed
  Have you detected any of the following?
• Has he become short tempered with you or children?
• Does he want to be out more now whereas before he was happy to be at home with you?
• Does he stay awake later a night? This may be so that he can phone, SMS or email 'her' once you've gone to bed or simply in the hope that you'll be asleep before he gets into bed.
• Suspicious cell phone behavior - Has he become possessive of his cell phone? Does he keep it close by whenever you're nearby? Men who cheat use their cell phone to communicate with the other women. Unless they are totally stupid and use their home phone number. Look for him erasing his call logs and messages constantly.
• Does he insist on answering the phone and talks in coded mode if you are around or feels uncomfortable by your presence?
• Has he become more possessive toward his wallet, pocket calendar or briefcase?
• Has he started avoiding you in the home? Doesn’t look into your eyes straight?
• Does he go out for longer and more frequent walks?
• No more arguing - Has he become docile when arguments arise? Men do not like confrontation when they are cheating, they will do whatever it takes to avoid any type of heated confrontation.
• Has he lost interest in things he used to be passionate about, say a particular sport or a particular hobby?
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• All of a sudden has he starts talking about getting together with old friends he hasn't seen in years and about whom he has never spoken of to you?
• Have you noticed him suddenly being more knowledgeable about women's clothing, perfume or jewelry? If so he could be buying gifts for another woman.
• Has he started to take an interest in something that you know he was never previously bothered about?
• Has he stopped leaving his clothes lying around or started doing any of his own washing, maybe because there are revealing smells or marks on them?
• Has he started encouraging you to go alone to visit parents or friends now a days?
• Has he started attending extended seminars/official/business trips or going on tours he never used to attend and go before with that frequency?
• Did he remember things he had forgotten to do at the office and wants to leave immediately at odd hours?
• Does he forget to wear the wedding ring sometimes?
• Does he make a point of keeping the car/bike free of things belonging to you or the kids?
• Has he has started keeping an overnight bag in his car or office, apparently for a workout?

These signs of a cheating husband appearing now and then may not mean anything in isolation, but if you notice a number of them happening with a pattern, you should take them as a warning signs that there's probably something wrong going on. You must take corrective steps to save your marriage.

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Ladies Special - Choosing a Partner From Matrimonial Sites

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Ladies Special  -  Choosing a Partner From Matrimonial Sites


Ladies Special  -  Choosing a Partner From Matrimonial Sites
Now a days to have easier methods of getting married, young generation register themselves on various matrimonial sites. These sites enable to find match to the needy people. It also saves the time from going one place to another. But before registering onto these matrimonial sites always check credentials of the site. We tell you how;
Don’t be in a hurry to get married to the subject person you meet on line. It is important to wait because time will tell the truth
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For choosing partner from the matrimonial site first it is important to find out that whether that site is registered or not
How many people are aware of that site? That can be done through by asking people or friends
If there is any perfect match then find out that whether the registration is done by right person or not. It is not fraud
Then look for the place of living, religion and education qualification.
To find out the qualification it is important to check the certificates. Sometimes wrong qualification or job description is given. It is done to attract the looker.
For job description find out the place and period of working. It can be done by giving call or visiting the office by surprise. If it is nearby then spend some time to find out that whether that person is working or not. If all things match then call the person over phone. Talking to the person also gives the idea.
There are a few reputed Detective Agencies that offer pre-marital check for a small fee. This will help to establish the authenticity of the subject person to some extent. It is important you specifically instruct the agent to collect information in respect of the subject person’s Family history (family tree). Its important to hire a reputed, police approved private detective.
It is a must to visit the subject person at his/her home in the company of his/her parents/ relatives not once but at least a number of times. Invite the subject person over to your family home as well.
  If the person is NRI
In such cases it is difficult to find out the actual person. For that proper research should be done. If it is inter religion, find out the type of culture and living standard. Friends and relatives can be good option for enquiring
It is also important to check the criminal records and health condition. Otherwise later it can affect adversely
Number of family members and whether the person is staying at own house or rented
If they say that they are going to build then find out the area of plot. Locality in which they are living is good or not
  Snares & Dangers (Based on experience of some ill-fated victims)
A matrimonial introduction site capable of authenticating the claims of its members does not exist. (Irrespective of its repute, huge membership or international status
Beware of some members lying about their past life, marital status, age, height, personality, health, social and economic status. Members could be criminals, HIV infected, bankrupt etc
A very large number of well educated 40 + women, from good family background, who have been mercilessly dumped by their former spouses with young kids are in dire and desperate need of economical and emotional support are in internet matrimonial introduction sites. Unfortunately, most of these women fall victim to a very high percentage of male members lurking in these matrimonial sites merely for sexual gratification, sexual affair or a one night stand. This is because a person over 40, envisaging a second marriage, makes all moves and takes decision in privacy without any counsel of elders. It is therefore imperative to follow the same rules and every advice given for first marriages. Even so, more caution is required for older people entering into second marriages.
In the cyber world, the subject person will always be in courtship/dating several prospective matches at any given point in time, not only in India but with members overseas as well. Courtship may involve sexual communication by typing on line, web cam and telephone. There is a real danger for these secret courtships to continue and develop even after the subject matter makes a commitment to marry you and such courtships can continue well after your marriage. It is not easy for any one to know what is going on in the dark portals of the cyber world
There are gangs operating by putting up the profile of a woman gang member to lure a well to do man into marriage merely to gain the legal status of ‘wife’ then use the legal status as modus operandi to gain criminal access to property and wealth. Alternatively file false case to extort a huge out of court settlement.
All these factors determine the marriage or choosing from matrimonial site. But what counts the most is the understanding and respect between the two. If this is good and honest then it can make marriage bliss

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Online Job Fraud business - Four Held

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Online Job Fraud business - Four Held


Today i.e., on 13-01-2013  Cyber Crime Police, CCS, Hyderabad arrested 4 persons who are running online Job Fraud business and cheating Educated Unemployed youth who wished to enter reputed companies through backdoor, were lured by advertisements on websites viz., OLX.in, LOCALnexo.com, Globeslist, adoos etc. Huge amounts were collected from the unemployed youth by offering them Fake Offer Letters.  
 NAMES OF THE ACCUSED
A1 )     Sameer Ahmed Khan S/o Althaf Ahmed Khan, age 23 yrs, B.Com, R/o Plot NO.7.Banjara Village Colony, Risala Bazaar, Bollaram, Hyderabad.
A2)    Yandamuri  Durga Prasad, S/o Venkateshwar Rao, aged 23 yrs Occ; Coach in Jim, R/o Plot No.26, Durga Estate, Near Suchitra, Medchal,Hyderabad,
A3)    Tenali Srikanth S/o T. Daniel, age 21yrs,10th class,Goodshephed School,Shapur Nagar  R/o H. No. 5-7-217, Shapurnagar, 
A4)    Shanmugham Avinash, S/o M. Shanmugham, age 23yrs,  R/o H.No.  19-120/4,    Venkatapuram, Alwal Sec’bad.   
 BRIEF HISTORY OF THE CASE .
          On 10-01-2013 received a complaint from    Sri Y.Venkateshwar Reddy, Engineering Graduate, that on OXL website he saw one Job Portal site offering Backdoor Job in Genpact. On which he have contacted on their  phone No. 8885673286. The person introduced himself as Anand. He explained the terms and conditions and asked him to pay total amount of Rs 60,000/-.  Initially Rs.5000/-  and after getting offer letter Rs.30,000/- and remaining amount within 90 days of joining. He also asked him to send his Resume, address proof and Scanned copy of education certificates through email.  They provided account Number and asked him to send the money.  The complainant deposited the money, collected the Offer letter and   went to Genpact Office located at  Bangalore. The complainant was shocked to  know that the  offer letter  was  a Fake one  and he was cheated. He   tried to contact  them over phone  many times but  the mobile was found switched off.
           During the course of investigation, efforts were put on to trace  the  Job Fraudsters . After making ground work on credible information the Police team proceeded and apprehended  the accused A2  Yendamuri Durga Prasad.     He confessed that under the leadership of the accused A1  Sameer Ahmed Khan   and with support of A3 Tenali Srikanth and A4 Shanmukham Avinash  started giving Ads.  in OLX.in and other websites and lure the unemployed youth on the name of backdoor entries in reputed software companies. Used to collect money on Installments Viz., first one, registration fees and second after getting  Offer Letter. After getting the money they remove the sim card.  Team lead by Majid Ali Khan, Inspector of Police, Cyber Crime PS, with the assistance of  Sri T.Venugopal, SI of Police, PCs Sateesh, Mahesh, Sekhar, Raghu, Taher and Waseem took part in the task.
  SEIZED PROPERTY:
·                     One Computer
·                     One Laptop
·                     Rs.3,70,000/- Cash
·                     One RFZ Bike, Yamaha company
·                     Internet data card
·                    Two Mobile phones used by the accused

 Addl..Commissioner of Police,
Crimes& SIT
Hyderabad City.

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How to report rape to Police? hyderabadpolice.gov.in

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 How to report rape to Police? hyderabadpolice.gov.in


Immediately dial 100 or 112 from your mobile phone
Do not shower, wash, or change clothing
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Have a medical exam and internal gynaecological exam as soon as possible. A delay in time may destroy evidence
A female doctor must take semen smears
Inform female doctor of exact acts committed upon you and have the doctor note any medical evidence of them.
Female doctor should note any bruises or injuries bleeding, lacerations, etc. external or internal
Have test for venereal diseases (and pregnancy later, if relevant)
Do not disturb the scene of the assault
Inform police of all details of attacker like his face, language, did he receive any calls, his vehicle number and of anything unusual you may have noted about the attacker
Remember what the person said and how it was said. It may lead to the arrest of the assailant
Show police any external bruises or injuries, however minor, resulting from the attack
Police will request your clothes for purpose of evidence
Inform the police if you remember anything that was not previously reported
 Description of the attacker
Type of vehicle used by the rapist (if known – license, make or model and colour).
Age, weight and height
Hair colour and length
Colour of eyes
Clothing
Any unusual marks, scars, tattoos, ring, etc
Any facial hair
Type of accent (Any strange or distinctive odour)
Last direction of travel

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