Finance Company owner booked for cheating MBA graduates promising jobs 

   

Finance Company owner booked for cheating MBA graduates promising jobs 

The Amruthahalli police are on the lookout for the owner of a finance company who cheated as many as 100 MBA graduates promising jobs .

Hemanth C,a 23-year-old MBA graduate is among the 60 students who have complained to the police so far .

In his complaint Hemanth said that the accused Jayaverma Rahul,office in charge of the Nateja company situated on the 10th floor of the RMZ Lattitude on Bellary road,offered to get him an accountant job in April this year.

After formal talks at the office,On 23rd April, Rahul told him to enrol for a crash course at WTC centre in Yeshwanthpura by paying Rs.12,000 towards the fee.Rahul also assured that after successful completion of the course,he would reimburse the fee along with the first month salary.

Excited with the officer,Hemanth enrolled into the refresh course and also attended online classes.After completion of the course, Hemanth realized that none of the students including his previous batch students have not been offered job not communicated.

worried Hemanth went to the office and found that the office was vacated and Rahul was missing.

Based on the complaint the Amruthahalli police have registered a complaint and till now they have received around 60 complaints so far and suspected that around 100 have been duped.We  have some clues on Rahul and are trying to track him down said senior officer.