FAKE IN INDIA ROAR!
Freedom 251 mobile evaluated at Rs 251 by Ringing Bells: BJP MP Kirit Somaiya calls it “scam” Ringing Bells ‘Freedom 251’ versatile cost of Rs 251 has set off a chain response with enthusiastic potential purchasers hurrying to place orders, with a few notwithstanding offering to pay twofold and triple that sum just to get hold of the cell phone (the site freedom251.com continued smashing before in the long run bookings were suspended), yet at the flip side of the range is Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP Kirit Somaiya who says the whole cell phone plan is a scam. Here the BJP pioneer clarifies why Freedom 251 mobile deal is scam and more regrettable.
Truth be told, BJP MP Kirit Somaiya leveled to a great degree genuine allegations against Ringing Bells, saying it is a ‘ponzi bogus company scam’ after the dispatch of the Freedom 251 mobile. “This is a huge scam, that is why I went through all the papers of the company. The government has informed Uttar Pradesh government to check the bonafide of the promoter (Amity University graduate Mohit Kumar Goel who is a son of a small town grocer). This is a Ponzi bogus company scam,” Somaiya said.
BJP MP Kirit Somaiya has drawn closer telecom ministry, telecom controller TRAI, customer ministry, Sebi, corporate service, money service, RBI and state governments to check different worries that he has Ringing Bells offering Freedom 251 mobile phone for Rs 251– which has transformed into the world’s cheapest cell phone.
Mohit Kumar Goel’s Noida-based organization Ringing Bells in light of Thursday began reserving for the Freedom 251 versatile estimated at Rs 251 and it has said that conveyance of all handsets will be finished by June 30. The 3G handset, Freedom 251, highlights a 4-inch display, Qualcomm 1.3-GHz quad-core processor and 1 GB RAM, as indicated by points of interest shared by the organization.
BJP pioneer Kirit Somaiya had before composed a letter to IT Miniser Ravi Shankar Prasad scrutinizing the anormalities in Ringing Bells. Somaiya in his letter asked whether the goal and point behind the Rs 251 offer had been studied on. Has it been explored in the event that it is an aggregate venture plan or a ponzi scheme, he enquired.
The BJP leader additionally scrutinized the foundation, the budgetary status, the proprietors of Ringing Bells, saying that he was “far from convinced” with the reaction given by Ashok Chadha, President of Ringing Bells. Chadha, in the protection of his organization and product, had said that cost was conveyed down because of neighborhood gathering and online marketing.