Cyberabad Police arrested young entrepreneur Ajay Kolla, CEO of Wisdom Jobs and Wisdom IT Services India, on Friday for allegedly swindling over one lakh job seekers in the country and abroad.
Ajay Kolla who was beckoned as an exemplary figure for young entrepreneurs in India was uncovered by the Gulf News in their news about the Job racket.
The company worked as a mock trained crime, telesales agents acting the role of HR managers acclaiming them to be from international companies.
The same company had been awarded the country’s top SME 50 Index and gave it a Certificate of Excellence by India’s biggest apex trade association the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry (ASSOCHAM) in the year 2016.
The Hyderabad based job portal gives opportunities on job availability to be either copied from other job portals or fake. The company has a globally well-interwoven recruitment racket which encompasses of countries from Canada, USA, South Africa, New Zealand, Italy, Malaysia, Singapore and most of the victims from the Middle East. No need be astounded hearing that over 30 million job seekers relied on the company claim they have 3500 client base in the country itself.
In October 2018, Smith was interviewed by the purported HR manager of an Abu Dhabi-based company for a senior chemist’s position.
“The interviewer appeared impressed with my answers and asked me to join in 10 days. I was still beaming with joy when the career adviser called and asked me to make a security deposit of one per cent of my estimated salary. I was reluctant but when he assured me that the money was refundable and I should not lose this ‘golden opportunity’, I wired Rs52,820 (Dh2,700) to Wisdom Jobs. I haven’t heard back from them since. Efforts to reach out to the company have drawn a blank,” Smith told to the Gulf News.