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systweak.com: a fraudster with Microsoft Gold Partner certification
by Rudolf Faix Wednesday, April 22, 2015 1:59 AM

Fraud AlertAt my research for the roots of the Tech Support scam offers in the call center industry I have found the company Systweak India - domain systweak.com. It is one of the sources of the "Tech support calls", which are getting traded at Facebook in the call center and outsourcing groups all over the Asia and India.

The scam is working the following way:

  • Once they have programmed system tools on shareware base. Maybe at this time they had some sense, but with the further development and improvement of Windows this tools have been coming obsolete. Other companies are even providing already such tools for free or including similar products into their own offers. So they have been coming greedy and added to their products scare warnings and are showing a phone number where their victims have to call for help.

  • This incoming calls get sold to call centers, which have more or less a script and some provided tools for giving paid help to the caller. The call center is billing for their service directly the customer. This makes the scam dangerous for the call center, because in this case the money flow shows that the call center is the scammer. They will get prosecuted even they know it or don't know it that they are helping in scamming others. 

  • If their victim calls the phone number he has to pay a high price for the help. If their victim agrees and pays the scam fee, then they are installing more fraud software on the victims computer. Even the call center agent, which should solve the problem does not know about the scareware which is included in the provided tools.

 

Even if the scam has not been planned from the beginning, the system "Pay Per Sale" leaded to the scam. The greediness of the call center owners has driven the agents to sell as much as they can. Each business need to try to earn from their investment. If they buy something on stock then they need to try to make profit out of this stock. Nobody can work for free because we all need some money to pay our daily needs. This leads to such a fraud behavior too. If this has been the real case then it has been the self shot for Systweak. Even if the paid help is planned for one or more years, the problem exists, that the customer is reaching another call center then this one he has paid for his subscription. This new call center likes to get money too and does not work for free - remember the service is a "pay per sale" offer.

They are selling the calls, because they are thinking that they cannot get prosecuted by doing this. The first, which is coming into the spotlight is the owner of the phone number and this one, which takes the money. Indeed it is difficult to follow all the trades, which are done between the brokers, but it is not impossible. The first one, which are getting prosecuted are the helpers of the fraud and scam. In this case are it the call center owners, their agents and the owner of the published phone numbers.

At easycounter.com can get seen how much traffic is generated by the site systweak,com, With this counters can get calculated how many computer user are falling into their trap. You can see a screenshot from April 21, 2015:

Systweak Traffic from esycounter 

In the following screenshot are the top countries listed where the traffic comes from:

SysTweak Worldwide Audience from Easycounter

 

It was a coincidence that I found the right domain. As the domain has been suspicious for me, because nobody can give up to 70% commission on his products if the product is competitive priced. I made my standard search procedure as following:

A short reputation research at scamadviser.com brought the result:

ALERT: Low Trust Rating. This Site May Not Be Safe to Use.

I found the following comments at scamadviser:

  • Susan Swanson Speulda
    Susan Swanson Speulda · Contractor at Apollo Education Group
    Totally got screwed. Owes me a $400 refund but said I had to pay $200 to get it
    Put a startup password on my computer but told me I had to pay to get the password. Told them I wouldn't and the said f you. Computer being worked on but may need a new motherboard. Don't do business with them!
     
     
  • Joanne Jan Naujokas
    Joanne Jan Naujokas · RITI
    I paid 198 for one year service and they have cleaned up my computer at least 6 times so far. I think they are from India but have always been great and polite and yes try to sell more but I don't accept.
     
     
  • openid (signed in using AOL)
    I'll tell you the truth. Systweak are an absolute nightmare, son't get involved, don't download shit from these parasites. They are all about scamming. Their "regcleanpro" software is just a hijacked app that they then use to extort more money from you. They are based in Jaipur and they will steal your money and ruin your pc. DON'T DO IT.

 

Norton SecuredMicrosoft Gold PartnerBy taking a look at http://systweak.com/ I have found the Microsoft PartnerGold Application Development Logo and the Norton SECURED powered by Symantec logo.

The Norton secured logo means only that they are using a security certificate from Symantec. This only confirms only that the correct server is communicating with you and certificate can get reviewed by clicking on the Norton logo. The result is shown in the following screenshot:

Norton Secured

 

More interesting is the Microsoft Partner Gold Application Development, which really leads to the site https://pinpoint.microsoft.com/en-IN/Companies/4295548206 (see the site at the pdf attachment) and confirms the partnership of Systweak India.

As Systweak is offering a Premium Support at their website and the customer complains about "Owes me a $400 refund but said I had to pay $200 to get it Put a startup password on my computer but told me I had to pay to get the password." makes all the surroundings of this company a little bit suspect. So I decided to search a little bit at Google and other sites.

WOT (Web Of Trust) is rating them based on user comments are from 100 ratings 92 complaints about scam, malware and scareware.

Scambook.com reports:

Information about Systweak Inc. was first submitted to Scambook on Sep 10, 2011. Since then the page has accumulated 4 consumer complaints. On average users reported $106.80 of damages. Scambook's investigation team reached out to this company a total of 1 times, Scambook Investigators last contacted them on Apr 23, 2013.

In a comment at downloads.cnet.com we find:

"STOP!!!! DO NOT USE THIS PRODUCT!!!!"

March 25, 2014  |  By dwillpirate

 |  Version: Advanced System Optimizer 3.1.648.6846

Pros

Initially it seemed to be a great system to search my entire computer, find errors and fix them, but....

Cons

I installed the program after what I now know were fake "HP Help" guys from India recommended it. First off, it would install older versions of drivers that would end up causing more problems. My computer ran fine prior to the program and continued to slow down more and more over time. Eventually it got to the point where my computer would freeze after 5 minutes of use. I bought a new hard drive and loaded ASO first, and immediately my computer began to run extremely slow, using 100% of CPU space. I called the tech support number and got another guy from India who again tried to sell me the same "maintenance plan" as before that cost $350. It is an absolute scam to try to get people to pay for more unneeded service.

Summary

DO NOT USE THIS PRODUCT. If you have any version of it on your computer, get it off, it will cause you nothing but problems. It is a Trojan Horse that actually introduces more problems to your computer, which Systweak will "fix" for hundreds more dollars. STAY AWAY!!!

Similar complaints are getting found at the site RipoffReport.

At Postseek,com is documented, that the software is not easy to get uninstalled and it is very hard to get rid of all the pop ups.

At the Microsoft community is the scam well documented too. There are 11 pages full of this topic

At the complaintsboard.com you'll also find their fraud described,

2-spyware.com: Lists an uninstall solution and a lot of user comments about the Systweak product RegClean Pro:

As you can see from our review, RegClean Pro is legitimate application, but we do not recommend using it. After testing it, we found that it fails to detect all registry errors and also displays exaggerated scan results that are filled with doubtful issues. If you have already purchased it, its owners offer a money guarantee. We would recommend you to use it. If you want to remove RegClean Pro from the system, you can do that by using  SpyHunter or STOPzilla, or by following these manual removal steps:

Bleeping Computer.com has a removal instruction for the people, which cannot get rid of the Systweak product regclean pro. It shows how difficult it is to uninstall the malware from India.

Spybot has published a removal instruction for this kind of malware too,

This list can get endless continued. A Google search of "systweak scam" returns around 285 000 results, a search about "systweak malware" returns around 343 000 results and a search about "systweak scareware" 74 100 resuilts.

Even a court order for a similar scam gets found at onguardonline.gov:

A U.S. District Court recently ordered the operators of several international tech support scams to pay more than $5.1 million for convincing people that their computers were riddled with viruses and then charging for bogus support services.

We’ve (onguardonline.gov) written before about tech support scammers. They call and claim to work for well-known companies like Microsoft, Norton or McAfee. They say your computer is infected with malware and then ask for remote access so they can “fix” it. Or they place ads in online search results to trick you into calling them.

 

So don't use their software. You'll get scammed. The calls for the provided numbers are getting traded in the call center industry in Asia. There will be even some others get found, which try to copy the system.

Products from systweak:

 

  • Advanced Disk Recovery
  • Advanced Driver Updater
  • Advanced Email Backup
  • Advanced Email Printer
  • Advanced Email Utilities
  • Advanced Privacy Protector
  • Advanced System Optimizer
  • Advanced System Protector
  • Anvanced Vista Optimizer
  • Boost XP
  • CacheBoost Professional
  • Cacheboost Server Edition
  • Disk Speedup
  • Memory Zipper Plus
  • Mobile Junk Cleaner
  • Mobile Registry Cleaner
  • Mobile Startup Cleaner
  • Netbook Optimizer
  • RegClean Pro
  • Right Backup
  • System Speedup
  • Systweak Photo Album
  • Systweak Photo Studio
  • TuneupMyMac
  • WinClean Pro

 

 

systweak.com whois:

Domain Name: SYSTWEAK.COM
Registry Domain ID: 77920662_DOMAIN_COM-VRSN
Registrar WHOIS Server: whois.enom.com
Registrar URL: www.enom.com
Updated Date: 2013-07-29T07:59:02.00Z
Creation Date: 2001-09-28T11:40:21.00Z
Registrar Registration Expiration Date: 2022-09-28T11:40:00.00Z
Registrar: ENOM, INC.
Registrar IANA ID: 48
Registrar Abuse Contact Phone: +1.4252982646
Domain Status: clientTransferProhibited
Registry Registrant ID:
Registrant Name: SHRISHAIL RANA
Registrant Organization: SYSTWEAK INC
Registrant Street: E-73,CHITRANJAN MARG,
Registrant Street: C-SCHEME
Registrant City: JAIPUR
Registrant State/Province: RAJASTHAN
Registrant Postal Code: 302001
Registrant Country: IN
Registrant Phone: +91.1412367857
Registrant Phone Ext:
Registrant Fax: +91.911412562982
Registrant Fax Ext:
Registry Admin ID:
Admin Name: GO4HOSTING HOSTMASTER
Admin Organization: CYBER FUTURISTICS-GO4HOSTING
Admin Street: D-61,SHIV HEERA PATH,C-SCHEME,
Admin City: JAIPUR
Admin State/Province: IN
Admin Postal Code: 302001
Admin Country: IN
Admin Phone: +1.911412770440
Admin Phone Ext:
Admin Fax: +91.911412363604
Admin Fax Ext:
Registry Tech ID:
Tech Name: SHRISHAIL RANA
Tech Organization: SYSTWEAK INC
Tech Street: E-73,CHITRANJAN MARG,C-SCHEME
Tech City: JAIPUR
Tech State/Province: RAJASTHAN
Tech Postal Code: 302001
Tech Country: IN
Tech Phone: +91.1412367857
Tech Phone Ext:
Tech Fax: .911412562982
Tech Fax Ext:
Name Server: DNS1.STABLETRANSIT.COM
Name Server: DNS2.STABLETRANSIT.COM
DNSSEC: unSigned
 

Systweak India _ JAIPUR,...an _ Microsoft Pinpoint.pdf (308.08 kb)

Update Jan. 18, 2017:
Link to the Facebook profile Susan Swanson Speulda (https://www.facebook.com/susan.speulda) removed as it returns error 404 - not found.

 

SCAM: Windows pop up calls - the best way to end up in jail
by Rudolf Faix Tuesday, April 7, 2015 4:43 AM

Not one company will call, email, or pop up on a web page saying you are infected with a virus

If software detects a virus or a malware or a virus then it will remove the suspicious files or put them in quarantine and block the access to it. That is the way virus and maleware scanners are working. There is no need to call someone and pay some extra money.

If you are buying such calls, then you are supporting the malware programmers with your payment. You are in this case the accomplice of the fraudster. As computer fraud is a crime, you’ll get prosecuted and can end up in jail.

Don’t forget that VoIP calls can get the same way traced like the money flow. Even if you are booking a “high risk payment gateway” you’ll get prosecuted, because before someone will go into jail instead of you he will tell to whom he has forwarded the money and give all his documentation to the investigating officers.

THERE IS NO WAY TO HIDE YOURSELF IN FRONT OF THE LAW!!!

For you are only this “Tech support calls” secure, where you get paid from your client and not where you get paid directly from the caller!!!

 

Windows Pop-Up calls source

 

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Fraud and Scam

Facebook profiles in danger: Beware of fake warnings
by Rudolf Faix Sunday, April 5, 2015 2:40 PM

FacebookOnce more Facebook users must be careful that their account does not fall into the hands of fraudsters. The warning of a friend turns out to be dangerous gateway.

Spam, viruses and Trojans on Facebook are already on the agenda for a long time. Many users have got it already. This increased the alertness at the present.  Scammers are taking advance of this alertness for taking over user accounts in masses. There are currently fake warnings of real Facebook friends in circulation, indicating the user that a copied second profile of themselves and other images are to be found in other sections on Facebook.

Phishing attack

In some cases, the scammers even have added a screenshot of the copied second profile page (not logged in). In any case, the user will be prompted to enter the link to the alleged fake profile. However, this does not lead to Facebook, but to a well-camouflaged Facebook phishing page. Who logs in on this page will tell his username and password to the scammers.

This thus have access to the entire Facebook profile and all the friends. The scammers take advantage of the fact apparently immediately to move more potential victims with the same mesh for getting their login information. Despite the fact that the news are coming from actual Facebook friends (whose accounts have already been affected), there is something what should let your alarm bells ringing.

Check URL

That is the phishing link is not pointing to https://facebook.com/xyz, it is in the current pointing to the URL profil-numbercombination-fb.xyz.es. Such links should better even not get clicked. The attack also targets in other countries. Some grammatical errors, however, point out that the scammers have obviously not perfect knowledge of the language.

Who gets suspicious, you should report the relevant user profiles and alert the Facebook friends through other channels (email, phone) that presumably with their account something is not right. Who has the suspicion that the own account was hacked, be sure to change the password on Facebook and for other services, where the same log-in information is used. To impede unauthorized access to your own Facebook profile from the outset, Facebook offers a range of security settings such as two-way authentication and notifications.

 

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Security

Christine Wisner - she tries to explain me that I'm wrong
by Rudolf Faix Saturday, March 21, 2015 2:00 AM

For the case you did not read the start of the scam, then you should start reading at: Presumptive scammer Christine Wisner to get the content of the full case.

As Christine Wisner has not been reachable by any other possibility, I have sent here at 5pm Philippines time a Skype request. Please observe that she is available at her office from 10am until 6pm Philippines time. She accepted the invitation 7 hours and 20 minutes later (0:30am). Normal people, which are working from 10am until 6pm are already sleeping. Only some times they are up at this time.

It even seems that Christine Wisner is not located at the Philippines, because I think that she even don't know the time here. Nobody will make on Skype a conference after midnight. I think that she is located in the German speaking part of Europe or in the USA. The name Wisner and the name Reinhardt, which she tried to use as a reference in the chat, are German names. Only the first name Wendy is not German. There is one more German sounding name involved: Wendy Fischer. The time she has been online is the normal day time in the USA or the evening in Europe.

Christine Wisner is located in India. Her IP address or the proxy, which she is using, is 103.26.200.188 (March 22, 2015 01:18am GMT). This IP has the following information:

General IP Information

IP: 103.26.200.188
Organization: Sistemos Information Technology Private Limited
Type: Broadband
Assignment: Static IP

Geolocation Information for IP: 103.26.200.188

Country: India
State/Region: West Bengal
City: Kolkata
Postal Code: 700136
Latitude: 22.5697  (22° 34' 10.92? N)
Longitude: 88.3697  (88° 22' 10.92? E)

The given phone numbers in her profile seems to be from a free phone forwarding service, which has been running into bankruptcy or got canceled without prior notice, like it is written in the terms and conditions of such services.

With all here argumentation have been about the comment from Willpower Infotech Limited, which are only an unproven comment to the real facts:

  • The phone numbers +63-2-371 1478 (phone) and +63-2-371 1479 (fax), written in her profile, don't exists and there are no phone directory entries for this phone numbers at the Philippines. A company with land lines will be listed in the public phone directory.

  • The companies,written at her profiles, with the name Western Wood Co., Wildwood Co., Westwood Co. and West Wood Pvt. Ltd. are not existing at the Philippines.

  • The different information about her education at her both profiles

  • The same picture, which is only mirrored and has another cut from the same original

Even the given time has passed for sending me some proves about the above facts. The only result has been that she went in Skype from busy to offline.

As I still have the Austrian Timezone installed at my laptop the time is the Austrian one and not the Philippine time. You have to add 7 hours to the written time.

She could even not give any explanation about this facts in the following Skype chat with me (the screen shots of the chat are attached at the end of this article):

Cristine Wisner

 

[20.03.2015 10:08:11] *** Rudolf Faix möchte Sie auf Skype hinzufügen

 

 

Hallo christine.wisner, ich möchte Sie als Kontakt aufnehmen. ***

[20.03.2015 17:30:13] *** Christine Wisner hat Kontaktdetails mit Rudolf Faix ausgetauscht. ***

[20.03.2015 19:34:55] Christine Wisner: Hi

[20.03.2015 20:04:34] Christine Wisner: what happened , mr. judgemental !!

[20.03.2015 20:04:55] Christine Wisner: please give your comment and replys ?

[20.03.2015 22:46:01] *** Verpasster Anruf von Christine Wisner. ***

[20.03.2015 22:46:28] Christine Wisner: you should not be pocking nose in others business without knowing things properly !

[20.03.2015 22:48:57] Christine Wisner: I AM WAITIMG TO HEAR FROM YOU MR. JUDGEMENTAL  !!

[20.03.2015 23:27:52] Rudolf Faix: I have been waiting to hear from you yesterday too because I liked to get a statement from you. I have seen that you have even blocked me on LinkedIn. The most of the scammer are doing that, but it does not help them and it makes them only more suspicious!

[20.03.2015 23:29:42] Christine Wisner: Can you come on a call?

[20.03.2015 23:30:12] Rudolf Faix: No, the written word is counting higher than the spoken one.

[20.03.2015 23:31:19] Christine Wisner: that means you should'nt be poking your nose in others business when you don't know the truth

[20.03.2015 23:32:02] Rudolf Faix: I did not hide myself. i have been only sleeping like each normal person.

[20.03.2015 23:32:36] Christine Wisner: if you follow the discussion that has been shared in the group along with the buyer Hope you will understand that you are wrong

[20.03.2015 23:33:13] Rudolf Faix: I have made already the screen shots from this discussion

[20.03.2015 23:33:50] Christine Wisner: somebody said you something and you made a judgement without knowing the fact?

[20.03.2015 23:35:10] Rudolf Faix: I have only listed his "writing" together with his name and I have made some background check and there I have found the two profiles. The two profiles are a fact

[20.03.2015 23:36:09] Christine Wisner: how can you say something about without knowing the fact or working with me?

[20.03.2015 23:36:53] Christine Wisner: I am there in the contact in skype you could have atleast for the truth and proof before you do anything

[20.03.2015 23:37:37] Christine Wisner: you should have some commonsense before you state anything without knowing the fact!

[20.03.2015 23:38:17] Rudolf Faix: Very simple it fit everything together. You blocked me on LinkedIn, you have ther two profiles with different informations which are excluding each other, a company which does not exist and a complaint where you hide yourself instead of trying to solve the conflict. What do I need more for making my opinion?

[20.03.2015 23:39:25] Rudolf Faix: You have been online and you did not respond to my skype invitation.

[20.03.2015 23:40:26] Christine Wisner: once you comment without knowing anything about me we are not genuine thats why I blocked you

[20.03.2015 23:40:48] Rudolf Faix: That says each scammer about himself.

[20.03.2015 23:43:01] Christine Wisner: I will bring centres commenting on the post that you uploaded saying that they all got paid showing their payment proof and proving that you are commenting on someone without knowing the fact and if you can bring other centres who are not paid by Us

[20.03.2015 23:43:38] Christine Wisner: Being an elderly person I should be respecting you and you should also at the same time respect others with their work

[20.03.2015 23:43:47] Rudolf Faix: You are even publishing phone and faxnumbers, which don't ring. What is the sense of it?

[20.03.2015 23:45:46] Christine Wisner: call me accordin to our time zome 10 am -5pm

[20.03.2015 23:45:54] Christine Wisner: you will get hold of me

[20.03.2015 23:46:23] Rudolf Faix: I'm at the Philippines. Only my laptop is showing the Austrian time.

[20.03.2015 23:46:59] Christine Wisner:  but at the end of the day the same question comes !! how can you be judgemental with out knowing the fact ?

[20.03.2015 23:47:47] Rudolf Faix: I have enough facts together for my comment. I only add the communications from the night and this one now

[20.03.2015 23:47:51] Christine Wisner: i say you mr. xxx didnot paid me , will that be the truth

[20.03.2015 23:48:21] Rudolf Faix: That is only a comment. The other facts are showing already enough

[20.03.2015 23:49:05] Christine Wisner: you are mr.all knowing

[20.03.2015 23:49:08] Christine Wisner: TY

[20.03.2015 23:49:40] Rudolf Faix: If you think so, then will it be like this.

[20.03.2015 23:49:46] Christine Wisner: even after showing you the proof , you are arguing with me !

[20.03.2015 23:51:19] Christine Wisner: OK ,i am a fraud for you fine ! please get the facts from :

[20.03.2015 23:51:24] Christine Wisner: wendy.reinhardt33 and chad.saddoris

[20.03.2015 23:51:33] Rudolf Faix: Sorry, but you did not show me anything or give me any explaination about the fact, which I have written. I don't mean the part of Willpower Infotech Limited. I mean that about the 2 profiles, the different education, the missing company, the missing phone book entry of a "company"

[20.03.2015 23:53:01] Rudolf Faix: The Western Wood Co., Wildwood Co., Westwood Co, West Wood Pvt. Ltd.

[20.03.2015 23:53:40] Rudolf Faix: This are the facts and not the information of Willpower Infotech Limited

[20.03.2015 23:55:30] Rudolf Faix: The phone numbers +63-2-371 1478 and +63-2-371 1479, which have not been ringing yesterday during the day. I have called with different phones.

[20.03.2015 23:56:16] Rudolf Faix: Even your friends cannot help you against this facts.

[00:00:50] Rudolf Faix: Both pictures at the profiles are from the same original. They are only mirrored and have another cut. That is a fact too

[00:13:12] Rudolf Faix: I give you until 12 noon time to send me a copy from your registration of the company. You have written that you are in the office from 10am until 6pm. I'll verify it and publish my next article afterwards.

 

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Scammer Exposed

What they could do wrong, they did wrong: Ishita Choudhary - amigosoutsourcing.com
by Rudolf Faix Thursday, February 12, 2015 2:54 PM

Today I got an add request from Ishita Choudhary and as soon I have accepted her I got immediately an offer. In this offer has been written:

"We will be requiring your company profile for the verification process. If company profile is not available then please provide us any scan copy of your photo ID proof (Aadhar Card / Pan Card / Voting Card / Passport copy / Driving License) with your current profile."

I have been looking at her profile. There I found an agency picture instead one of a real person and only a Google email address. So she hides herself in the anonymity of the Internet. The result for me has been that she has something to hide. How she can even think in this case that somebody will send her a copy of any document. Everybody need to think about identity theft in this case.

She sent me afterwards the address of her homepage (www.amigosoutsourcing.com [2016-02-25: Link removed as the domain already not exists]). I checked first the registry data about scamadviser.com. The result has been:

Alert Result: The owner of the website is using a service to hide their identity
Alert Result: This website is 54 Days old
Alert Result: The website expected life (365 days) is relatively short.
Alert Result: The website appears to be less than six months old

Afterwards I have been looking at their website. There has been written an address. This seems to be a fake address, because nobody registers his website with an anonymizer service and writes afterwards his real address at the webpage. Doing this does not make any sense.

For a domain, which is 54 days old is the counter shown at their website with 2110 visits and 4195 page views very high. Alexa gives the site a rank of 5 566 540 and a daily page view per visitor of 2. So they have started their counters with an initial value of 2000/4000.

Nobody shall trust such a "company" as long as they are not building up their reputation. As it seems to be normal for them to lie, it would be very difficult for them to build up an online reputation. Even the sentence "Amigos info services started building the ways since 2012.Later converted into Amigos Outsourcing." can be a fake because Google did not find anything historical about "Amigos info services". Changing the name after a few months until 2 years operations make them more suspicious than trustful.

Result: For the case they are a real company then everything what they could do wrong, they did wrong until now.

My LinkedIn mail communication with Ishita Choudhary from amigosoutsourcing.com:

Ishita Choudhary, February 12, 2015 03:17 (GMT + 1):

Hello Sir,

Hope You Are Doing Very Well!!

Ishita Choudhary(Business Development Executive)

Hello Sir,

Greetings for the day.

Amigos Outsourcing Pvt. Ltd

Amigos Outsourcing started building the ways for our esteemed clients since 2013. In December 2014, Amigos Outsourcing converted from Partnership firm to Pvt. Ltd Company as Amigos Outsourcing Pvt. Ltd. Amigos Outsourcing Pvt. Ltd is the leading BPO company in Jaipur, Rajasthan. We believe in innovation and quality services and serves the finest & well-known domestic & an International clients. We focus on complimenting offshore call center outsourcing with an internal improvements that increase the efficiency and profitability of our clients Stakeholders.

Currently we have projects like :

  • Matrimonial form filling (Offline)
  • Southern E-bill form filling (Offline)
  • Resume writing (Online)
  • Business Directory (Online)
  • E- Book Publishing (Online)
  • Publisher Data Form Filling (offline)

We will be requiring your company profile for the verification process. If company profile is not available then please provide us any scan copy of your photo ID proof (Aadhar Card / Pan Card / Voting Card / Passport copy / Driving License) with your current profile.

After getting the company profile and approval is done, commercial details will provided immediately.

Please do the needful.

It would be our pleasure to work with you.

Hoping for the positive response.

Thanking you.

For More Details:

Skype:ishita.choudhary5

Mail:choudharyishita89@gmail.com

 

Rudolf Faix, February 12, 2015 03:35 (GM+1):

Hi Ishita

If you like to verify someone, then you cannot hide yourself in the anonymity of the Internet. I think more that you have a reason why you hide yourself behind a agency picture.

Take a look at my homepage at http://www.wwpa.com. There is listed what and at which condition we are working.

Unlike you, I do not need to hide myself and I can use my real name and my own picture in my profile.

Read first this: http://fraud-systems.wwpa.com/post/identity-theft.aspx and if you don't believe me than go directly to https://www.fbi.gov/scams-and-safety/common-fraud-schemes/identity-theft

best regards

Rudolf

 

Ishita Choudhary, February 12, 2015 03:53 (GMT+1):

Hello Rudolf,

Thanks for your Advise.

We are not hiding our identity.we have genuine process.

you can visit our website.

www.amigosoutsourcing.com

and you can take to chance work with us..

 

Rudolf Faix, February 12, 2015 03:58 (GMT+1):

Hello Ishita

How you call this if you are not calling it hiding:

Alert Result: The owner of the website is using a service to hide their identity
Alert Result: This website is 54 Days old
Alert Result: The website expected life (365 days) is relatively short.
Alert Result: The website appears to be less than six months old

best regards

Rudolf

 

Ishita Choudhary, February 12, 2015 04:02 (GMT+1):

Hello Rudolf,

I know now dayz 99% scam does happen.

but you want to do business then make deal to someone trust them and after that if you found any fraud you can case them.

100% legal documents,pdc,bg we provide.

Thanking You

 

Rudolf Faix, February 12, 2015 04:12 (GMT+1):

Hello Ishita

As you are hiding yourself, nobody will send you any document copies. If you like to verify my business than you can take the information found at the link Imprint (http://blog.wwpa.com/page/imprint.aspx) and there you'll find at which office my company is registered ("Authority in accordance with ecommerce law: Bezirkshauptmannschaft Tulln").

You have:

  • a freemail address
  • a picture of an agency at your profile
  • a hidden registered domain
  • and you are less than 2 month in business

For this facts you have to prove your identity first!

best regards

Rudolf

 

Ishita Choudhary, February 12, 2015 13:26 (GMT+1):

Hello Rudolf,

i agree with you ,I am not forcing you to trust us.

have a nice day.

Thanking You.

 

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