Offshore Outsourcing & Scammer
Blog about offshore outsourcing and scammer in the outsourcing industry
Yop Services - a reaction of a scammer - Seebee Singh Dailwar
by Rudolf Faix Saturday, February 20, 2016 9:35 AM

Seebee Singh DailwarScammers are trying with all possibilities to get their entries removed from my blog. Seebee Singh Dailwar likes even to use some common friends for this purpose.

In such a case I ask this common friend for his opinion about the scammer. His response has only shown how people in the offshore outsourcing industry are thinking about doing business. The "business"-men are thinking that they are able to resale campaigns, which they have found somewhere, like a shop without thinking and any investigation. To learn about the consumer rights from the different countries is in their eyes only a waste of time and so they are only copying campaigns from each other and hoping to get rich by this way and without having any effort. It does not matter if the call center gets something for their money or not as long as the "brokers" are getting some money for doing only a little bit advertising. That they are don't know any client if a fact. They even don't hope that a client exists because for the client is someone other responsible. Such people are in my understanding the parasites of the mankind as they like to make profit from the hard work of others.

It does not make any difference if Yop Services has invented their campaigns by themselves or are the partner in crime of another scammer. The result remains the same and Yop Services has failed. Making business is not a kindergarten game - others can lose their livelihoods by getting scammed from such idiots.

The message from Seebee Singh Dailwar sent me the following LinkedIn message:

On Wednesday, seebee singh dailwar said the following:

Hello Rudolf,
This is Seebee Singh Dailwar
From Yop Services Indore India
I got a Link where you Mention That My Colleague Mr. Pushpam Rajput has Fake Profile only Because he Didn't Mention His real Photo on His Profile Picture. It may be Your point of View But not Correct at all.
Anyway As I understand That Linkedin is A professional Network so there should be real PIC on profile pic.
and i told Him he will do that.
And One of Your Friend mr. Bharat Kothari From Mumbai told me That you do Online analysis of various Company And Profile which are Working through Internet. so it might have a Part of Your Task and I thinking you were Thinking whether we are Genuine or Not. if you have Any Doubt on Our Company Than Please Consultant atleast Once About me and My Company with mr. Bharat Kothari. he Will tell you About Our Genuinity . and Please remove that Post where You Mention that my Colleague's profile Is Fake.
I hope You understand My Point.
Thanks And Regards

My answer to this LinkedIn message has been:

Hello Seebee

Maybe you did not read the full article, but there are two campaigns listed, which are nothing else than scam. .How you like to make me to believe that your own offer "Bank Loan Form Filling" is a legit campaign? Already the caption of this offer tells me that this campaign is nothing else than scam!

That you and your staff have replaced their graphics to pictures in their profile does not make you more trustful, To relegate Pushpam Rajput from a "Team Leader" to a "Junior Marketing Assistant" confirms only the previous scam.

I see no reason to remove the article from my blog because I write only my opinion about that what I see. I think already about it to publish the offered "Bank Loan Form Filling" campaign too as banking data are very sensitive and highly protected by the law.

best regards
Rudolf Faix

Until now (Saturday) I did not get any reply to this message. Scammers are even too lazy to read the full article and hope that they can make everything good by finding an excuse for one little mistake, which they have solved already, and continue making business with their scam offers.

I even did not get any reply for the offer from Seebee Singh Dailwar found at LinkedIn - Pulse: Bank Loan Form Filling Project (.pdf):

Bank Loan Form Filling

Scammer and people without any education are not understanding that a "Bank Loan Form Filling Project" will not be possible because banking data are highly protected by law and cannot get outsourced. On the other site are getting banking data from the clerk directly entered into the computer and not written manually on any paper. Such campaigns are simple only SCAM.

 

Filter by APML

Follow me

AboutMe

I'm since more then 35 years in the computer business (programming and technical support) and using the Internet since it has started. Since 2002 I'm programming solutions for Asterisk and since 2004 I'm in the call center industry.

Disclaimer

All data and information provided on this site is for informational purposes only. I make no representations as to accuracy, completeness, currentness, suitability, or validity of any information on this site and will not be liable for any errors, omissions, or delays in this information or any losses, injuries, or damages arising from its display or use. All information is provided on an as-is basis and is only representing my own opinion. By browsing or using content from this site you accept the full legal disclaimer of this website.