Clients of Shophetic dotcom demanded authorities motion in opposition to the founding father of the fraudulent e-commerce platform who took crores of cash upfront funds in opposition to their on-line orders and went into hiding.
The purchasers in a human chain on the Nationwide Press Membership on Sunday stated they ordered many costly merchandise together with bikes, dwelling home equipment and smartphones the e-commerce platform provided at reductions after June final 12 months.
Delivering some orders, the corporate started dilly dally and after October its founder and Chief Govt Officer Azizul Haque Sunny and different workplace employees went into hiding.
Their workplace within the capital was discovered to have been closed and no cellphone numbers are lively.
No less than 350 of Shophetic prospects are searching for Sunny’s whereabouts.
“We beg authorities consideration in order that we will get our merchandise or refund and the regulation enforcement businesses ought to seal Sunny’s methods to go away the nation,” stated Zakaria, who ordered a motorbike at Shophetic.
Mohammad Mokhless who got here from Sylhet to hitch the demonstration stated, the federal government helps many different e-commerce platforms’ prospects by implementing, initiating refunds and Shophetic prospects additionally deserve the identical.
The victims stated, when the federal government enacted the usual working process for e-commerce on the finish of June, some giant deep-discount, advance-payment solely platforms together with Evaly, Eorange, Alesha Mart, Qcoom started to fall.
At the moment, some new platforms together with Shophetic, Anonder Bazar, Akashnil On-line Purchasing, Purplex BD surfaced claiming to be absolutely compliant with the brand new regulatory surroundings.
With their habits, the CEOs of the platforms bluffed prospects and went into hiding with folks’s cash in the end.
“The much less mentioned small platform frauds additionally ought to be underneath the federal government businesses’ motion,” Zakaria who joined the human chain from Narayanganj.