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Walla!: Despite the arrest of the owner - the sting against the workers continues - voila! news

2023-11-14T14:03:28.348Z

Highlights: Yaniv Amar, owner of "My Computer Ltd," was arrested last week. He is accused of using a method to get employees to work from home. In a recording obtained by Walla! he admits that most of the revenue comes from lawsuits. The company is now called a "work-from-home company" and employees continue to receive demands threatening to pay a fine of NIS 2,450 if they don't work for three months. The recording was transcribed and presented as evidence in court, with hundreds of plaintiffs demanding tens of millions of dollars for fraud.


Even after the arrest, to Walla! It became known that Yaniv Amar's employees continue to employ the alleged sting method. At the same time, in a recording obtained by Walla! Amar admits that most of the revenue from lawsuits


The conversation between the owner of "My Computer" Yaniv Amar and the lawyer who tried to raise money as a money collector / Walla system!

The arrest of Yaniv Amar, owner of "My Computer Ltd.", following the Walla! Started the criminal proceedings in the case. However, despite Amar's arrest, it turns out that his employees continue to operate in the same alleged sting method. Liddy Walla! There have been testimonies that the name of the company has changed again and it is now called a "work-from-home company" and employees continue to receive demands threatening to pay a fine of NIS 2,450 otherwise if sued.

One of the testimonies that reached Walla is that of G., a guy who was looking for work from home to supplement his income and contacted through one of the ads the company published. "I signed the contract they sent me, but I felt something stinked, I asked to meet the employers. They said there were no face-to-face meetings and everything only works on WhatsApp, so I didn't start working," he said. In correspondence obtained by Walla! It can be seen that the method works in the same way: the company claims that they tried to contact the employee without success and then threatens him with initiating an execution proceeding and demanding that the fine be paid otherwise a lawsuit will be filed against him. Attorney Dotan Danieli, who represents Amar on behalf of the Public Defender's Office, said: "No comment."

Correspondence between the company and the company/official website, without

The company's threatening message to C/Official website, none

Yesterday, at the hearing to extend Amar's detention, a police representative said that Amar admitted during interrogation that 90 percent of the company's revenue comes from lawsuits against employees. Liddy Walla! A recording arrived, in which Amar is heard trying to recruit a lawyer, who was not eventually recruited, to collect money for his company. When asked if there is any other revenue for the company besides the lawsuits, Amar admits that the money comes mainly from the lawsuits.

"There's a little bit of advertising, but I'm not going to lie that a lot of the revenue comes from this thing," Amar admits. Is it moral? Not very, too, in Amar's eyes: "There's no problem with that. Although it sounds morally not the most hit, but no one reviews it too much. But let's just say there are advertisers too."

The recording was transcribed and presented as evidence in court, with hundreds of plaintiffs, represented by attorney Avichai Elkobi, demanding tens of millions of dollars for fraud as part of a sophisticated "legal" sting in the form of bargaining for error, deception, fraud for the purpose of fraud and unjust enrichment. The lawsuit details in hundreds of pages the alleged exploits of Amar, who developed a creative method to get the employees he recruits "for simple work from home" to violate the employment contract and result in a fine of thousands of shekels or alternatively opening a case at the Execution Office.

The conversation between Yaniv Amar and the lawyer who tried to raise money / official website, .

  • As mentioned, last July Walla! Method of operation of the alleged sting:
  • The company recruits employees for "simple" jobs from home.
  • Some employees pay a seriousness fee worth NIS 200.
  • You get signed to a draconian contract with obstructive clauses: the employee has to contact the employer every three days and the employee has to work for three months.
  • When the victim violates one of the clauses after being left with no other choice, for example when a salary is not transferred to him, then he stops working - and then completely filters messages from him.
  • Two weeks later, a warning is sent before a claim for breach of contract.
  • Then comes a proposal to "close it between us" and pay a fine of about 2,500 shekels.
  • Most victims prefer to avoid going to court and pay the fine.
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Source: walla

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