Racketeering and Deception Malpractices, Checked in
MCI Storms Majesty Fictitious Employment Firm, Submits File Case to Bureau of Investigation and Prosecution Teams of MCI, recently, stormed the premises of Majesty, a fictitious recruitment firm, which indulged in suspicious and illegal practices, deceiving clients through falsely promising them of providing them with job opportunities with remunerative salaries up to SR 6t thousand per month, provided that they passed training courses against fixed fees of SR 2850.
Following passing the course, the firm is used to give the clients, alleged accredited certificate from an internationally recognized institute, a matter that was proven as cancelled and withdrawn. Moreover, the certificate is not endorsed by the Technical and Vocational Training Corporation, or any other recognized academic body.
Furthermore, it was compelling them to recruit new clients to take advantage of the firm's job offers, as a prior condition to collect their fake papers.
As this, in fact, was a sheer deception and swindle, the case has been filed to Investigation and |Prosecution Bureau.
An Arab national was running the firm, which was moving its premises, round and round, in order to evade being checked in, and to deny the previous clients the access to reach them out.
Meanwhile, it appeared, it was involving in other non- permissible activities, such as travel bookings, tourism and related marketing.
MCI reaffirms that it would never hesitate to bring offenders to law, asking the public to pay respect to order and law and to cooperate, in this regard, by reporting any violations and call: 800 124 1616 or via any other smart venues.