In a shocking turn of events, Coimbatore-based My v3 Ads faces serious allegations of fraudulently selling products supposedly worth Rs.1000 for a staggering Rs.1.95 lakhs. The controversy deepens as a netizen, iRoBo_V3.0, took to Twitter to expose the suspicious practices of the company.
My v3 Ads, run by Sakthiyanandhan, has come under scrutiny for its marketing strategy, enticing individuals to become members by paying varying amounts, ranging from 360 rupees to 1 lakh 21 thousand rupees. The promise is to earn between 5 rupees to 1800 rupees daily by watching ads on mobile phones.
Investors, spanning Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, and beyond, have raised concerns about the legitimacy of My v3 Ads. Despite lakhs of people investing and purportedly receiving monthly returns, a complaint surfaced regarding the distribution of Ayurvedic capsules without a doctor’s prescription.
The Cybercrime Police Department is actively investigating the complaint, and a case has been registered against My v3 Ads. However, the situation took a chaotic turn on January 29 when over 10,000 people gathered in support of My v3 Ads, claiming a false complaint had been filed. This resulted in disruptions, leading to a case being filed against the company for recruiting people for an illegal assembly, improper detention, and causing a nuisance in public places.
The netizen iRoBo_V3.0 further exposed the alleged overpricing of Ayurvedic capsules, listing the ingredients and challenging the justification for charging Rs.3900 per box and a staggering Rs.1.21 lakhs for participation in My v3 Ads.
The post concludes with a plea for justice, questioning the morality behind charging Rs.1.95 lakhs for products valued at Rs.1000. The unfolding scandal has prompted discussions online, with some suggesting those who have taken these pills should undergo a medical examination. The situation continues to evolve, leaving investors and the public eagerly awaiting the outcome of the investigation.