violation of personal information
lied about conditions how they found my contact details
pretending emergency of the call, referring to other colleagues in company
Review by Ernestomace Pankhaniya4 months ago
Their website looks fake but I gave them trust. They claim to be a British business with subsidiaries around the world, and use fake names pretending to be from England or the US. However they use Indian mobile numbers, which should have been a warning...
But I was busy with work and did not notice the small details. They asked me to pay offshore, into an account in the middle east. I preferred to use my credit card, as it felt odd to transfer money like that.
I had to write my credit card number on a form and was asked to send it by email. Obviously I received no guarantees, no protections, no security, no proper treatment of my personal data. Two days after sending my card details I started receiving a number of fraudulent charges for flights and other online expenses. And of course their charge for this phantomatic training course.
Had to call the bank and block everything, but I am still fighting with that and have not managed to get my money back yet.
Then I realised how stupid I was to send my card details by email to some odd Indian company... The absurd part is that they keep calling me and my colleagues! I tried to block their numbers but they call from different lines.
I rarely write reviews, but I thought I would take the time for this one, as I wish someone else had warned me before.
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