- Case registered against company CEO Kunal Behl and COO Rohit Bansal
- The complainant said – Woodlands had ordered belt-wallet, those sent were fake
- The clock order was a few months ago but the delivery was not received, after the complaint received the refund
Jul 26, 2019, 12:24 PM IST
Kota (Rajasthan). Fraud has been registered in Gumanpura police station in Kota against the founder Kunal Behl and Rohit Bansal of e-commerce company Snapdeal. According to complainant Inder Mohan Singh Honey, he had ordered woodland company's belt and wallet (purse) on Snapdeal, but the company sent fake products. News Agency on Thursday reported this information.
Woodland staff confirmed the product being fake
According to the police, Inder Mohan Singh had ordered on July 17. He had paid the money online. When the delivery of delivery was suspected, the quality of the product was investigated in the Woodland showroom, where staff told the two things fake.
In this case an Assistant Sub Inspector has been appointed to investigate Snellbill's CEO Kunal Behl and COO Rohit Bansal. The complainant says that his experience with Snapdeal earlier was not good. A few months ago, the order was not delivered at the time of order and the message was reached that the product has reached. However, after receiving a complaint, the refund was received.