Maruti alerts about fake job offers

Maruti alerts about fake job offers

Maruti Suzuki India has announced that it has taken several measures to make people aware about fraudulent acts of some people offering jobs in Maruti.

For a couple of months the company has been receiving complains that certain agencies and people have been writing to job aspirants to deposit money in bank accounts as they have been selected for a post.

Since many fell pray to such job offers, they all lost money. Says a Maruti spokes person, “Many have been deceived by fraud mails and advertisements appearing on the internet wherein luring potential candidates with job offers in Gurgaon new plant. Few members of this wide spread network’s gang were apprehended by Crime Branch in the months of February 2011 from a South Delhi locality and charge sheeted subsequently.”

These bogus communications mentioned the name of Maruti MD Shinzo Nakanishi as sender and directed people to deposit between Rs 12,000 and Rs 16,000 in various bank accounts.  Maruti, through advertisements and also through its website warned people not to be misled by any such communication.

It also pointed out that the around 70 per cent of Maruti’s recruitment is done directly by the company through campus recruitment and the balance 30 per cent is fulfilled through employee’s referral programme.

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