Fake Job Offer

Padmini (name changed for privacy and protection), 20, was spotted by our partners, 3 Angels Nepal, monitoring staff while doing their routine checks around the bus station. They saw her holding hands with a man but she seemed reluctant to go with him. Upon inquiry, they found out that Padmini didn’t know the man, so she was brought to a transit home where she shared her story.

A few days earlier, she received a call from a stranger offering her a job. The man said that he owned lands and two big clothing shops and needed people who would be working for him. Padmini was interested and inquired more about the job since the offer was enticing. The man asked her to come to the bus station to meet him. They discussed contracts but was unable to agree, but he started pressuring her to go with him.

Padmini was thankful that 3 Angels Nepal was there to help her. She said that had it been 5 minutes later, she might have been a victim of human trafficking. The staff informed her that traffickers usually offer fake jobs in India to lure women. She thanked 3 Angels Nepal for saving her and departed, while the man was kept in police custody.

WE NEED YOUR HELP

Over the next couple of months, it is likely we’ll see a surge of human trafficking cases as this current pandemic pushes a lot of vulnerable people into desperate measures. Your support of USD 100 will fund the interception of a girl. You could become a monitoring station partner for USD 5,000 for a year. Click on the links below to know more about the program and how you can help, or contact us directly at info@captivating.org

  

 

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