Marlabs Inc.Another scamming company from NJ

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This company is just like any other Indian consulting company. They offer to sponsor your H1-B visa, and if you're not in USA as a student, they would charge you a helluva lot of money. And then they make a fake resume showing 5-6 years of experience when you have none and market you to gullible American clients. THeir pay is low and their services are bad. Plus they don't employ any Americans in their company.

Just wanted to bring this company to the attention of the Fraudwatchers network. They apply for 20, 000 H1-B visas a year and commit fraud regularly. With your help, I WANT TO SHUT THIS COMPANY DOWN FOR GOOD!

Can you help me? I've already sent a complaint to the DOL in NJ back in May 09. The case is under investigation.

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    Starnet Jun 06, 2016

    @asdfsfd, how did you resolve the matter?

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    asdfsfd Jul 07, 2015

    Do you know if this case has been resolved, these people are so fraud that they asked me to join company and asked me to sign paper. Later they were creating fake resume and i left that place right away. they later sent me to the collection to pay 10 K for the training which i didnt complete at all. i left the place as soon as i found that they are fake and throw fake resume to the company...

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