Karnataka to forfeit assets of I Monetary Advisory-IMA that runs money deposit schemes
Even while the promoter of Heera Gold has been arrested after many long years of complaints to various regulators, another scheme is targeting Muslims with a similar pitch of 'halal' investments. The Karnataka government has issued notice in Times of India (Bengaluru edition) to forfeit all movable and immovable properties of Bengaluru-based I Monetary Advisory Pvt Ltd (IMA) and its promoters and directors. IMA has been found guilty of illegally collecting money from public, diverting the funds to its directors and defaulting on repayments.
 
This scheme tried to ride on the success of Nowhera Shaik of Heera Gold, who now has multiple first information reports (FIRs) filed against her in various police jurisdictions.
 
 
The notice issued by assistant commissioner has names of 16 entities, including IMA, its managing director and chief executive officer Mohammed Mansoor Khan, directors Nasir Hussain, Naveed Ahmed Nattamkar, Nizammuddin Azeemuddin, Afshan Tabassum, Afsar Pasha and Arshad Khan. 
 
"Since it has come to the notice of the government that IMA and its associates have committed an offence by illegally collecting the money from the public and diverting the said funds to its directors' self-interest, thereby committed default in repayment of the depositors money. In this regard, several cases have been registered. As such, the government, exercising its power under section 5 of the Karnataka Protection of Interest of Depositors in Financial Establishment Ac, 2004, has appointed assistant commissioner, Bengaluru, north-sub division as the competent authority to forfeit movable and immovable properties of IMA and its associates, promoters, partners, directors, managers of members of any other person of the company,' read the notice issued in local newspaper.
 
 
On its website, IMA claims to have presence in bullion trading, educational academies offering pre-primary to higher secondary education, credit co-operative and housing society, health care services and a multispecialty hospital, hypermarkets and supermarkets, infrastructure and real estate development, printing and publishing and retail sales of gold, silver, diamond & platinum jewellery. 
 
 
Responding to the notice through a post on Facebook, Mr Khan said, "21st November being a public holiday, IMA legal team will take appropriate steps to set things right, which has been deliberately done to sabotage the image of IMA group."
 
 
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    Hayat Athif Ahmed

    2 months ago

    If the people become more practical then no one would ever cheat them . In any business it is impossible to make huge profits . All he was doing was rotating the money until he fills up his pocket the day he filled up his pockets he just simply escaped leaving investers behind clueless. Please understand there is no easy way of making money.If we find anything which looks too good to be true then we must understand it is fake

    I just hope people receive Justice

    mohammed riasath

    2 months ago

    Can someone tell me what ever the money invested in IMA can be returned? Is there any source for it.. Please let me know..

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    Shakeel Badal

    In Reply to mohammed riasath 2 months ago

    Catch hold all those IMA bhakts who advised to invest in it.
    Don't expect anything from IMA now.

    Syed Ateeq

    2 months ago

    My view here is that it's not the fault of the IMA authorities it's our fault who fall prey to such acts. Have we not seen companies like this who have cheated and still people invest later when they come across such losses they start blaming the company.. tell me is this correct..
    My message to all is that never ever even think of investtimg money in such companies.

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    Mehreen Syed

    In Reply to Syed Ateeq 2 months ago

    Don’t push everything under a rug and be like “it’s not the fault of IMA” I understand the message you’re sending out to the public. But u think what IMA did was right?

    Zahur Shaik

    4 months ago

    I think if IMA publish its Quarterly/Yearly financial statements to general public then it can earn public interest and also it helps to increase its business.

    007

    8 months ago

    A small amount of looted money thoeown to call centers which run supporting campaign to all immoral activities,. Democracy has turned into unchecked Mobocracy , Lynchocracy,

    These IMA supporting comments are from their hired call centers,

    We need to educate our community who is still believing in having more kids than quality education,.

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    mjnasar khan jamal

    In Reply to 007 8 months ago

    Assalam bros.
    Any body know what kind Bussiness they are doing and How they are earning 6% per month ( 3 to investor and 3 to company ) please share views

    wyatt jacob

    In Reply to mjnasar khan jamal 7 months ago

    ya I know how they run the company first u go and join by investing some money and then u bring your friends and family and join them to get money

    Syed Laiq

    9 months ago

    i think shariff is geting paid to comment negative about ima or he is so jobless that he is commenting to each and every comment. this type of dirty mined fools should be booked for causing fear and panic among investors.

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    wyatt jacob

    In Reply to Syed Laiq 7 months ago

    syed laiq I think you are in the business when u get to cheat by them then you will know the pain of losing money

    shariff

    In Reply to Syed Laiq 9 months ago

    Dear brother syed Laiq, firstly its the Government of Karnataka which has caused fear and panic among fools who have invested in IMA by issuing a public notice in times of india newspaper that they will forfeit assets of I Monetary Advisory-IMA, i don't have anything to do with this action of the karnataka government ,Secondly my intention is to prevent poor people from losing money and then making youtube video crying for the money they lost,
    Allah knows my intentions that's sufficient for me ,

    Razzaq rock

    In Reply to shariff 2 months ago

    Thank you sir.. for your advice I didn't Invest my money.. u tried ur best for help others but what can v do..

    Raymond

    In Reply to Razzaq rock 1 week ago

    Why would she need to Invest her money in this as she is Found within the IMA membership as being one of the members. Research This for yourself

    Shakeel Badal

    9 months ago

    Does anybody have financial statements of IMA? Balance sheet will talk about it’s assets

    REPLY

    Syed Laiq

    In Reply to Shakeel Badal 9 months ago

    yes, http://www.mca.gov.in/mcafoportal/viewDocuments.do

    check for IMAIP BULLION AND TRADING LLP

    Shakeel Badal

    In Reply to Syed Laiq 9 months ago

    Thanks Syed Laiq,

    I checked the annual return documents, latest available is for FY 2015-16. There are no returns filled for FY 2016-17 & FY 2017-18.

    Profit for year ended 2016 is negative Rs -17,874 where as net cash inflow from investors is Rs 4,96,00,000
    I am surprised how come IMA paid its investors a return of 3% per month? roughly amounting to Rs 14,88,0000 per month.

    It would be good if anyone can explain.

    Shakeel Badal

    In Reply to Shakeel Badal 9 months ago

    correction 14,88,000 per month

    shariff

    In Reply to Syed Laiq 9 months ago

    Dear brother syed Laiq, could you please explain why did Mr mansoor khan ceo of IMA paid Rs 10 crore, 1 kg of gold jewellery to janasri ceo ,why did he not report him to police , IMA claims that their records are crystal clean , and they comply with all government department. if that was true what was there to fear ? "Mansoor Khan told the police he mustered the courage to file a complaint against Vajpai following his arrest on the basis of a complaint filed by another city-based businessman." WHY was he so fearful ?

    Read more at: https://www.deccanherald.com/content/606744/janasri-ceo-extorted-rs-10.html

    Mohamed Mufiz

    In Reply to shariff 9 months ago

    the answer is simple its a ponzi scheme, he paid ransom to hide the illegal activities of IMA, but who is gonna explain this to IMA bhakts, they will open their eyes when this scheme will go bust, same like heera gold

    BV SUDHANVA

    9 months ago

    IMA IDIOTS MONEY AVAILABLE

    Fuzail

    9 months ago

    Money Life has conveniently hidden many whistle blowers articles against corrupt officials in various departments and are seemingly appearing partner in gloves with the extortionist sitting in the Tahsildar officer in Bangalore.

    A tahsildar office trying to appear as a revenue officer and to the effect that he has mentioned that immovable and moveable assets have been seized. Utter and total rubbish and everything is rock solid at IMA Group.

    Extortion seems to be the new way of life at Money Life. Very sad to know this.

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    shariff

    In Reply to Fuzail 9 months ago

    Dear brother fuzail, can you please tell me if IMA Is so clean why did he pay 10 crores to Janasri CEO , ?

    Read more at: https://www.deccanherald.com/content/606744/janasri-ceo-extorted-rs-10.html news channel as extoration,

    Aliya

    9 months ago

    This is a vicious and malicious campaign by extortionists in the guise of a govt office notice and press titute type news channels and sites. Never knew life's digital team would be something similar.

    I Monetary Advisory has never been involved in anything illegal and will never be involved in anything illegal.

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    shariff

    In Reply to Aliya 9 months ago

    if IMA Was so clean , why did he pay janasri news channel CEO Rs.10 crore, and gold , instead of reporting him to police, ?

    Raza Sha

    In Reply to shariff 9 months ago

    Brother the problem with our community is they dont trust any1, till they dnt get scammed out of it.same point of views peolpe use to say regarding ambident,aala ventures,heera gold etc etc..now wen they r out of the bizness people r claiming for mney in such a emotional way u cn chck it out the videos in youtube...so dnt waste ur time making them undrstnd abt IMA.bcz samajhdhar logon ko ishaara hi kaafi hai..

    Aalim hussain

    9 months ago

    Money deposit schemes? What absolute rubbish is this. They are not a money deposit scheme, but rather have LLP's which are fully compliant with the land of the law and have been delivering tax paid income for many years.

    Totally absurd that you guys are indulging in click bait. Unsubscribed and henceforth blacklisted in my family and friends circles.

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    shariff

    In Reply to Aalim hussain 9 months ago

    Dear Brothers , IMA is a ponzi scheme , they are simply paying old investor from the money new investor is investing, please study heera gold case you will understand whats going on in IMA, even world's top investors like warren buffet etc have never given 36 % returns , that to even if markets and down his profit seems to be fixed, use your common sense !

    Shaziya Banu

    In Reply to shariff 9 months ago

    Why the hell u r so much against about ima..u do your own business if you are not interested..y are you disturbing others..jitna apni taqdeer Mai hota hai woh Zaroor ada hota hai

    Syed Abdur Rahman

    9 months ago

    The so called various regulators you are speaking of have not found an ounce of wrong doing at this esteemed organisation.

    You guys would be better off reporting facts instead of being somebody's mouthpiece. Never expected this from munny life.

    REPLY

    shariff

    In Reply to Syed Abdur Rahman 9 months ago

    The respected lady Sucheta Dalal who runs this newspaper is award-winning business journalist and author. She has been a journalist for 25 years and was conferred the prestigious Padma Shri for journalism in 2006, she has exposed many scams she was the one who broke the securities scam in 1992 which was India’s biggest financial scandal, when she is writing about IMA you better believe it,

    Shabbir Parvez

    9 months ago

    Money Life is indulging in mud slinging without due investigation! Looks like you guys have started accepting monetary rewards from instigators as well. Good bye.

    As far as I Monetary Advisory is concerned, every single aspect of theirs is legally vetted and all details accounted for. There has not been any adverse report about them till date.

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    shariff

    In Reply to Shabbir Parvez 9 months ago

    Ms. Sucheta dalal has written to Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) , regarding ponzi scheme of Heera gold and IMA, and the SEBI confirms Heera Gold is a Ponzi scheme, says EOW, ED and SFIO probing the MLM https://www.moneylife.in/article/sebi-confirms-heera-gold-is-a-ponzi-scheme-says-eow-ed-and-sfio-probing-the-mlm/54730.html

    Hashim Taiyub

    9 months ago

    It is not any multi level business chain , it's under llp act .

    REPLY

    shariff

    In Reply to Hashim Taiyub 9 months ago

    IMA IS ponzi scheme

    Hashim Taiyub

    9 months ago

    Till date I have not come across any such incident that IMA has not paid there members money on time or anything illegal work is done, I think IMA dont run any scheme , they raise capitals from public in llp.

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    shariff

    In Reply to Hashim Taiyub 9 months ago

    dear brother hashim taiyub , getting payment on time in not proof that IMA is not ponzi scheme , many pozni scheme like Saradha Group financial scandal in west bengal and Pearl scam, have paid their investor for many years on time, only the latest investor suffered ,

    Trump’s MLM Pitch Misled Consumers, Lawsuit Says
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    The allegations in the complaint can be summed up as follows:
     
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    For more of TINA.org’s coverage on MLMs, click here.
     
     
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    Syed Aleem

    9 months ago

    Hi I have being a member with IMA from nearly two years before I introduce my capital I enquire them a lot and from that date till know they have never delayed my return nor delayed in returning the capital because one of my relative withdrawan his capital from FROM IMA and the same return to his account with out delay as per I know IMA they are running smoothly following the rule of the land I am really very much satisfied with IMA

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    Tasmiya Naz

    In Reply to Syed Aleem 7 months ago

    Such an Idiotic qnet (MLM) it is.
    I have been also involved by one of my senior. It's just an stupidity by not working hard and earning money through somebody else's earned money. By referring. . such a Idiotic business . All qneters want money without working. They don't want to work under somebody. . They involve innocent hard working people into it. By washing there mind with bloody shits. !!
    In Bangalore it is growing very much. People of qnet are making Youngsters involved in such a stupid direct selling business. .
    Please do something about it.

    QNet and Vihaan Fail to Make Entry in the List of Direct Selling Entities in India
    QNet, the controversial multi-level marketing (MLM) scheme, and its franchisee Vihaan Direct Selling (India) Pvt Ltd, both of which often try to hide behind the 'direct selling or product company' tag have failed to make an entry into the list of direct selling entities in India. 
     
    The list, released by the department of consumer affairs under the ministry of consumer affairs, food & public distribution on 31 October 2018 has names of 327 entities mentioned as provisional direct selling entities.
     
    The list has names like Amway India Enterprises Pvt Ltd, K-Link Healthcare (India) Pvt Ltd, and eBiz.com Pvt Ltd against whom there are some cases registered or probe is going on. For Amway, the list states one case is under investigation by the Directorate of Enforcement (ED) under the provisions of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA), 2002. 
     
    "Several criminal cases against Amway India Enterprises Pvt Ltd and its functionaries are pending or under investigation in the states of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Kerala. These are only those cases which have been brought to the notice of department of consumer affairs," the portal says.
     
    Moneylife had earlier reported about eBiz.com. As per department of consumer affairs, there is a pending first information report (FIR) against eBiz.com at Hanamkonda Police Station at Warrangal in Telangana, which was registered in the year 2008. (Read: eBIZ.com uses MLM route to dupe students with IT package offer)
     
    However, despite trying very hard to establish itself as direct selling or direct product selling company in India, QNet and its franchisee Vihaan have failed to make a cut in the list issued by the department of consumer affairs.  
     
    As reported by Moneylife in December 2016, while a few powerful members were not allowing QNet’s entry into the Indian Direct Selling Association (IDSA), its franchisee Vihaan’s application too was rejected by other association, Federation of Direct Selling Association (FDSA). 
     
    While rejecting Vihaan's membership application, the FDSA had said, "The Federation is repeatedly being approached by Economic Offences Wing (EOW) of Mumbai Police seeking various information regarding the company (Vihaan). The (Scrutiny) Committee feels it has collected the information about the pending court cases and is serious on the sub-judice status of the company. The Committee feels that the sub-judice status of the company (Vihaan) will jeopardise the faith of the government/ industry bodies in the Federation, hence recommends that the company need to come out clean before being considered by the Federation." (Read: QNet: FDSA too rejects Vihaan's membership application
     
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    From India alone, there were about 10,000 independent representatives (IRs) who have booked flight tickets to Dubai and also bought tickets at $350 each for the V-Con event. (Read: QNet Cancels V-Con Dubai Leaving Thousands of Agents in Soup)
     
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    "The claim that the wellness products i.e., Biodisk and Chi Pendent are medicinal and spiritual products, are after all, a matter of faith. However, the applicants/ accused have launched these wellness products with ulterior motive and with correct judgment of vulnerability of the people. The holiday packages, which were sold or offered, without any choice left to the buyers. The entire business was Internet based and, therefore, the persons who are responsible i.e., the top brass i.e., the applicants/ accused, were not approachable to the persons who were aggrieved. The nature of the business was knitted in the interest of the directors and shareholders in such a manner that the persons who are at the lower level of the pyramid cannot get any access to put up their grievances. The manner in which the persons were contacted, incentives offered, the workshops were conducted, are best examples of inducement," Justice Bhatkar had remarked. (Read: QNet: “It is a chain where a person is fooled and then he is trained to fool others to earn money” says Bombay HC order)
     
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    Milan Ghosh

    3 weeks ago

    I have trapped by Q NET.... from KOLKATA.. I think we should raise our hand against Q NET... if any body think about it..... Please contact... I need ur help guys..... My mail id - [email protected]

    A Singh

    4 months ago

    Vihaan Direct Selling (India) Private Ltd hold all its equity capital
    I have been trapped by one college freind Amit Keyal ,from Calcutta University, who had once been a good friend and kind of a guide as well. I trusted him since college and respected him as I thought him to be a simple good man. But I am so mistaken as I released last year when he forced (by lying and showing confidence in him saying he is always there) me to pay him almost 2 Lakhs (I took a loan to give him that money) which he said he would give me back if I am not able to continue the so called e-commerce business (Qnet). Nothing was explained before the payment was made. all details about how the company works and what do i have to do are told after I was already trapped and had no other way but to follow what they say. They ask you to make friends and tell them that I m into a mind blowing business and henceforth trap the victim. I chose not to cheat people. My money is lost because since then I have called and messaged that so called businessman (traitor) numerous times but in vain and now after an year I have almost lost all hope of getting back my money .
    But I m happy that I didn't turn into one of those kinds going around cheating my own friends and family.
    There are many people making a lot of money out of this totally fraud MLM company. There are other MLM companies as well but they are ethical as they agree to that fact and reveal what a member has to do before trapping someone.

    I Can provide Some Contact details hereunder:

    Q Net Association in Kolkata and all over world.

    Sl.No. Name Mobile No. Mobile No.
    22 Amit Keyal +971-566584028
    4 Ashish +977-9802036176
    1 Avinash +91-9330958969
    2 Dayanad Mittal +91-9920350221
    8 Deepak Kankani +91-9830783316
    20 Hemant Surana +91-8697540123
    18 Murtazir Nazar +91-9051061879
    13 Nishant Gupta +91-9860779185
    19 Saru +91-9830235419
    21 Shyam Chaudhry +91-7506226543 +91-9930136801
    3 +91-8092084462
    5 +91-9980096781
    6 +91-8100058258
    7 +91-8951174594
    9 +977-9845096260
    10 +91-9376518122
    11 +61-411895943
    12 +971-557703213
    14 +91-9930761147
    15 +91-9167780347
    16 +91-9836331256
    17 +91-9038082570
    18 Babita Agarwal+91-9635276465

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    Ak Tattoos

    In Reply to A Singh 3 weeks ago

    Can you please give me your contact details? Or mail Id? Or please mail me @ [email protected]

    A Singh

    5 months ago

    Full country is effected from scam

    https://www.complaintboard.in/complaints-reviews/qnet-l330344.html

    Tasmiya Naz

    7 months ago

    Alert !! Qnet is growing in Bangalore very much.
    Even I was fooled by one of them ! It is such a Idiotic business. Where they fool people to earn money by fooling others.. ❌
    If we do not stop this qnet or MLM. They will snatch money of the hard working people. ❎Mainly the people from Kerala are making qnet here in Bangalore and fooling people here. So it's growing faster .
    People of qnet don't want to work hard. They just want earn money by others money. ! Such a Fraud company.
    Police of Bangalore has to look under this matter.
    ❌ALERT to each one of those. Do not get involved in such type of MLM. Because I know what it is. !! They fool people ( mind wash ) easily. !!!

    And people get trapped. !!
    Please save us from this bloody shit business QNET .❌❌❌

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    Qnet Analyst

    In Reply to Tasmiya Naz 7 months ago

    And these people in Bangalore they mainly work in which companies ?

    Qnet Analyst

    8 months ago

    What are the events of QNet in 2019 ? They have events in Dubai, Thailand, Bangkok, Malaysia every year and 1000s of Indians and 1000s of people from middle east travel to these events. What events are planned in 2019 ? If QNet is on radar by so many agencies how can so many people get Visa to travel to Qnet events so easily?

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    Atul Rathore

    In Reply to Qnet Analyst 7 months ago

    They don't have any proof of their existence and they are putting questions on a 21 year old group.
    You guys have seriously no clue
    What mistakes you are doing.
    If still you have some humanity within then publish truth as well...apart from your publicity.

    Tasmiya Naz

    In Reply to Atul Rathore 7 months ago

    Exactly. !! They are just publishing there qnet company with nonsense ideas and shits. By which people get fooled af !! ❌

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