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Scammer: Nisha choubey declares himself and the Mantra Group to be a scammer
by Rudolf Faix Saturday, April 23, 2016 3:52 AM

With the comment "Lars Christiansen sir we are official consultant so we do charge consultancy fee...so kindly do your work and let me do my work...." declared the scammer Nisha Choubey, that he/she even don't understand anything from consultancy or any other business. The comment can get translated to "... we are a official scammer and for this we don't have any other income then fee paid by our victims our invention ...".

You can be sure that the LinkedIn profile of Nisha Choubey is a fake like the profile picture shown above. It is typical for scammers that they are not able to show their own face and use their real name. If you make a Google picture search from the scammers profile picture you'll get 7,940 results. One of these search results brings you to the page of Cute Japanese Girls images. Does anybody believe that a Japanese girl has relocated to India? So why shall be the LinkedIn profile from Nisha Choubey contain any true information? The only true information in the profile is that the profile has it's source in India because the link to the profile has the country code from India included: https://in.linkedin.com/in/nisha-choubey-584b04112.

A Google search of the provided phone number returns the first usage in advertising from December 2015. Voicetrading, an European VoIP provider, lists the phone number +91-7573037289 as India Mobile Vodafone Jammu and Kashmir. The phone number gets used in olx.in, jobz.in, ahmedabad.locanto.in and in.tixuz.com for advertising for the area of Ahmedabad. Why should a company or a group of company use a prepaid mobile phone number from an area which is around 1,200 km away?

Further gets only a free email address from gmail and a Skype contact provided. Does anyone believe that a real company likes to destroy their own reputation by not providing any real and verifiable information about themselves? Does anyone think that any company from Australia, Europe or U.S. will hire such a kind of company, which provides nothing else than fake offers like the following one from LinkedIn:

Start your own Center....!!!
USA TECH SUPPORT INBOUND CAMPAIGN
Fixed Payout:- 8$/hour/agent
Working Days:- 5 Days
Direct sign up with end client.
Reference Center provided.
Consultancy:- Applicable
Note:- ITS NOT A JOB OPENING.
+91-7573037289 For more:-nisha.mantragroup@gmail.com Skype:- nisha.choubey29

The scam from the above offer gets already found in the sentence "Consultancy:- Applicable". An outsourcing client, which cannot pay their hired consultants will not be able to pay their other staff too. For this reason already will not one company from the traditional outsourcing countries hire such a scammer ("consultant"). The reputation of the outsourcing company will get ruined by hiring any consultant from abroad - especially from a low wage country.

The whole advertisement above is showing that the scammer see no chance to earns something from center owners with experience and is searching for this reason for newcomers without any experience. This fact is only an additional warning signal. If there would be some possibility to earn something than the scammer will do the job by himself or creating fast a center and hire some call center agents like he has done it by the advertising at olx.in with the advertisement "Required Telecaller in Matra group of Comapny".

If you take a look at the, I think invented, profile from Nisha Choubey at LinkedIn (.pdf), then you can get it by yourself that Nisha Choubey is never a HR (Human Resource) manager, because he make the big mistakes in his profile which are showing that he has been even too stupid for cleaning the floors at some companies during the time he has been working at Absotherm Facility Management or Satva Healthcare. The profile has exact the failures at which real human resource managers are looking at.

Such fake profiles where you even don't know if your communication partner is a female or a male are mostly found from India. Scammers need to hide their identity as much as possible. For this reason they cannot provide any real information about themselves. Scammers are even too lazy to use their own brain. I think we have here the same scammer like I have reported already at Scammer: BlessMantra Infotech Pvt. Ltd. - mantragroups.co - Ambuj Mehta.

All these, which are not doing some action against such scammers, are tolerating their sham business and are not better than the scammer itself. For the case that some real business exists in India these business people let throw their own reputation down from the scammer. It is a pity for them, but they are guilty by themselves.

 

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