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Re: CFL bulb assembly job in india
Posted By: Kunal Paradkar In Response To: Re: CFL bulb assembly job in india (Dennis Bevers)
Date: Tuesday, August 27, 2013, at 11:58 a.m.(pst)
In Response To: Re: CFL bulb assembly job in india (Dennis Bevers)
These omega electronics guy, mr ravindra is a big cheater, i gave rs.35 thousand in Aug 2012, recd delivery of raw material, but those guys didn't provide me with marble powder which is compulsory reqd for assembly. So i keep on call from mumbai almost daily but no response. this went on till Jan and then i decided that enough is enough, i asked for refund, they cut 5 thousand and gave me post dated chq (31st may 2013) in month of Mar, i deposited tht chq on 1st week of june, but i bounced, then i kept on calling daily, then this ravindra deposited 15 thousand (as mercy), then again 10 15 call and then he dposited 10 thousand in june 2013, now some 4 to 5 thousand is pending, me and my dad is almost calling him daily but no response till 27th aug 2013. This is how they cheat, i will file a FIR againt this guy now. Feedup and frustated with this cheating. Please all you guys be very carefull of this fraud.
My name is kunal paradkar.
>> >> i dont undurstand they pay assembler Rs30 each bulb he
>> assemble and
>> >> take deposit of Rs 30000 refundable. its omega electronics
>> from pune who
>> >> manufactures and supply CFL bulbs, why do they need home
>> assembler ? when
>> >> they can give to contract assembler who have experience and
>> can make
>> >> quality work.
>> You are right. They don't need home assemblers. If they are requiring
>> a deposit from each assembler equal to 1000 times what they earn per
>> finished CFL, it's either an outright scam, or a creative way to borrow
>> operating cash interest free. The home assembler would have to complete
>> 1000 CFLs that pass inspection before they would recover their investment.
>> I suspect they will have a high rejection rate to insure few ever reach
>> the break even point.
>> It would be interesting to know the company's requirements for
>> receiving the refund on their 30,000 Rps deposit.
>> CFL or Compact Fluorescent Lightbulbs are mass produced on equipment
>> that is build for high volume and safety. No individual needs to be hand
>> assembling the components that a machine can do in a fraction of the time.
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