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LanceSoft so called job recruiting

I received an email from Dharani Kumar (his accent is strong - had to ask him to repeat numerous times) re: a contract position as an EAP counselor - to help with the Houston Hurricane - But - I would be located 5 hours north of Houston (how would that help)? I talked with him via phone, the phone call seemed odd, would u be able to meet with the corporation in person for an interview? Then he asked if I had a masters degree - in the field I am in - one always need a masters degree - I was surprised he didn't know that. I looked up Dharani Kumar - he lives in India. What did it for me - he asked for my full legal name - I told him it was on my resume (of which he was looking at - probably from Indeed). THEN he asked me for the last 5 numbers of my SS - I refused to give it to him. THEN he asked me for the last 5 numbers of my DL - I refused to give it to him. At that point - I told him he was a fraud. I see some of the other complaints Mr. Kumar - changed his first name - beware - he or his group are a phishing scam !

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Gene Tallarico
, US
Apr 26, 2021 3:15 pm EDT

Are they fishing for information or just resumes to submit to clients they dont have in hopes of making a match and getting some fee?

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Anonymous and Annoyed
Orlando, US
Feb 24, 2022 4:23 pm EST

Yea something doesn't seem right with this company. Seems fake.

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LanceSoft phishing, social engineering, and scams

You wouldn't believe what they did to me. I am working with a local recruiter for a position of which I was submitted for.
The next day however, I got an email from a Lancesoft employee telling me that it was great talking to me and he needed that 5 digits of my social and a Right to Represent signed.
I never heard of the company, much less this guy, Prabhakar Kumar. The interesting thing is that I was already submitted for the position so why would I talk to him since the initial phase is over?!
This is the first time I get an email trying to lewer me in. Can you believe this? Someone pretending that they talked to you, set the rate (which is lower than what the end-client is willing to pay the rate I have already negotiated!
This is a new low for offshore hiring companies ranging from being intrusive (calling you 10 times a day), and their obvious lack of skills in selling you to the client! So watch out

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LanceSoft unethical & incompetent behavior

Lancesoft Inc. Is a Indian-led recruiting agency supposedly operating from Hendron, Virginia. They skim online job boards looking for job openings and resumes that you post online. Despite what they claim, they were not hired by the company that the job originates from. They lack communication skills, and the ability to properly align a resume to a perspective job description. They are clearly incompetent, and their methods are suspect and questionable.

They flood my email inbox with emails (up to 6-8 emails on some days) and you get repeated phone calls and voice messages from different "recruiters" about the same job. It's annoying and off-putting.

I grew tired of this nonsense, and sent repeated emails to them telling them to remove my email address and phone number, as well as the resume that found online from their database. And the nonsense continued. I finally managed to reach a so-called Lancesoft manager who could speak some English and seemed somewhat intelligent. I informed him to block my information in their database, and to stop contacting me. This request was honored for approximately 30 days or so, then this nonsense started again with the bombarding of emails and phone calls about ridiculous job opportunities in other states, and jobs that did not match my background or resume. At this point, I will be sending them a certified letter with a Cease & Desist order, and if this nonsense continues on following that, it will lead to legal action to stop this nonsense from Lancesoft.

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For a year now I have received phone calls asking for a Jess Jacobs who has not has this number for over a year. This company who I believe are recruiters or software related, call from different extensions which I have blocked and tell them to stop calling. They dont pay attention and keep calling. The person they are looking for is at large and I have...

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LanceSoft employment practices

Since early November I have been in contact with LanceSoft regarding a temporary employment position and have been met with wholly unprofessional practices. It was my decision to release myself from the contract with them because my assignment was contingent upon starting 11/21/2011. I have been given false start dates twice and this last issue was that my new contact there (M. Tariq) would not give me his full name as a point of contact.
A mediator for Acxion Information Security Services - Independence, OH stated that I must go to work for LanceSoft because they found me first. This mediator was interjected into this debacle because I was contacted subsequently by Spherion for employment.
My contacts at LanceSoft have been [protected]@lancesoft.com, [protected]@lancesoft.com for V. - US IT [protected]@lancesoft, B. - Team [protected]@lancesoft., and M. [protected]@lancesoft.

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, US
Aug 17, 2022 3:59 am EDT

I uploaded a resume to careerbuilders.con and I started getting txted. stating he wanted to get in contact with me for a job in OHIO when he is calling from a [protected]. got my information from career builder. i deleted my account with them. states his name is Abdul. The number does not go through and he wanted me to download a app

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Dylan Lion
, US
Aug 29, 2018 3:24 pm EDT

I may be over thinking things but go to there official website, then go to contacts where it lists all the addresses. Some are actual business buildings that they probably just searched and threw in, but there is a handful of addresses that are just random houses. would a legit company have house addresses on there site.

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Martin95
, US
Oct 26, 2017 8:25 pm EDT

Sowrabh Sharma is partner in Lancesoft Inc.

Owner Of Information Technology Companies Arrested For Visa Fraud, Obstruction Of Justice, And Harboring Foreign Workers
Two Companies and an Employee Also Charged in Indictment

NEWARK, N.J. – A New York man was arrested this morning pursuant to an indictment charging him, two information technology companies that he partly owns, and an employee with fraudulently using the H-1B visa program to reduce skilled labor costs, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced today.
Sowrabh Sharma, 31, of New York, is charged – along with SCM Data Inc., a New Jersey corporation, MMC Systems Inc., a Virginia corporation, and Shikha Mohta, 33, of Jersey City, New Jersey, the head of finance for the companies – with one count of conspiracy to commit visa fraud and to obstruct justice and one count of conspiracy to harbor aliens.

Sharma is scheduled to make his initial appearance this afternoon before U.S. Magistrate Judge Cathy L. Waldor in Newark federal court. Mohta was previously arrested in May 2015 on a criminal complaint and was released on a $100, 000 bond.

According to the indictment unsealed today:
SCM Data and MMC Systems offered consultants to clients in need of IT support. Both companies recruited foreign nationals, often student visa holders or recent college graduates, and sponsored them for H-1B visas. The H-1B program allows businesses in the United States to temporarily employ foreign workers with specialized or technical expertise in a particular field, such as accounting, engineering or computer science. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Citizenship and Immigrations Services (USCIS) was empowered to approve and process applications for residency within the United States, and the U.S. Department of Labor (USDOL) was charged with the enforcement of the requirements of labor regulations, including immigration-related employment standards and worker protections.
SCM Data, MMC Systems, Sharma, Mohta and other conspirators recruited foreign workers with purported IT expertise who sought work in the United States. The conspirators then sponsored the foreign workers’ H-1B visas with the stated purpose of working for SCM Data and MMC Systems’ clients throughout the United States. When submitting the visa paperwork to USCIS, the conspirators falsely represented that the foreign workers had full-time positions and were paid an annual salary, as required to secure the H-1B visas. Contrary to these representations and in violation of the H-1B program, SCM Data, MMC Systems, Sharma, Mohta, and others paid the foreign workers only when they were placed at a third-party client who entered into a contract with SCM Data or MMC Systems.

In some instances, SCM Data, MMC Systems, Sharma, Mohta, and others generated false payroll records to create the appearance that the foreign workers were paid full-time wages. The conspirators required workers to pay SCM Data or MMC Systems their gross wages in cash. In exchange, SCM Data or MMC Systems would issue payroll checks to the foreign workers in a smaller amount. The conspirators then encouraged the foreign workers to submit the bogus payroll checks to USCIS as proof that the workers were engaged in full-time work despite the fact that they were not working for SCM Data and MMC Systems.

Once USDOL launched an audit of SCM Data and MMC Systems, the conspirators provided fabricated leave or vacation slips to USDOL for the time periods that the foreign workers were not working in order to conceal the fact that they were not paid during those time periods as required by federal law.

The visa fraud and obstruction of justice conspiracy charge carries a maximum potential penalty of five years in prison and a $250, 000 fine. The alien harboring conspiracy charge carries a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison and a $250, 000 fine.

U.S. Attorney Fishman credited special agents of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), under the direction of Special Agent in Charge Terence S. Opiola, and the U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Inspector General, under the direction of Special Agent in Charge Michael Mikulka, with the investigation leading to the charges.

The government is represented by Assistant U.S. Attorneys Anthony Moscato and Joyce M. Malliet of the U.S. Attorney’s Office’s National Security Unit in Newark.

The charges and allegations contained in the indictment are merely accusations, and the defendants are presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.

Defense Counsel (Sharma): John P. Lacey Esq.

Defense Counsel (Mohta): Daniel Bibb Esq.

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Bambi Lynne Koch
, US
Jun 07, 2016 11:51 am EDT

I, too, am in the process of trying to get paid. I only worked with them for eight days. I was told my first direct deposit would be the Friday after the first Monday I worked. It was never there. On that Friday, they told me it would be deposited that Monday and even told me the gross amount. I was actually terminated that same Friday. The person who called to tell me I was terminated told me to get my pay schedule in on that Friday and I would be paid the next Wednesday or Thursday. Today is Tuesday. I've talked to the payroll company about the first check and they said to call LanceSoft. I am getting the runaround. Even the second pay schedule has been approved and it is up to LanceSoft to have that direct deposited. I am glad my contract ended. I don't have time to be chasing money that is due to me. DO NOT TAKE A JOB FROM LANCESOFT! Even in the beginning, they said they had a job for me that started on a Monday...they put me off for two weeks. They speak English with a very heavy accent. At first, I truly thought they were scammers and even put a fraud alert on my credit card because I was worried when they took my information. You honestly don't have to worry about that. But they are shady to deal with when it comes to payroll and when you are going to start your job. Just be careful.

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iqira Ramin
, US
Jan 25, 2016 10:01 am EST

I believe you because I am working for them now and they keep screwing me on my hours. I was supposed to get paid for 69 hours and I didn't get anywhere near what I was supposed to. I have been emailing them and calling them. Just to be told that my email will be forwarded to payroll. Of which I had already done that and I had already tried calling payroll but the number my recruiter gave me was not working. I am still waiting for someone to get back to me which shouldn't take long because I have the electronic timesheet that was approved by the client and they should have access to that too! They should also be able to look at my paycheck of which THEY processed because there is no paystub on ADP where it should be! I am going to get an attorney if they don't FEDEX me my friggin $$ by tomorrow morning! I am also looking for another job and I suggest that anyone working with them do the same! Also DO NOT REFER PEOPLE TO LANCESOFT!

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LanceSoft reviews first appeared on Complaints Board on Dec 20, 2011. The latest review LanceSoft SCAM was posted on Nov 15, 2023. The latest complaint LanceSoft was resolved on Aug 17, 2022. LanceSoft has an average consumer rating of 2 stars from 25 reviews. LanceSoft has resolved 5 complaints.
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