C Net Infotech (India) whose website URL is: https://cnet-india.com with Head Office in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh is not providing me Form 16 despite me repeatedly asking for it since last 04 months. I have written several mails to their Accounts and HR departments but nobody is even caring to reply to my mails, let alone providing me Form 16. When I called C Net Accounts Department on their Phone Number [protected] on Friday, 15 July 2016, one person named Ashish picked my call. He straightaway talked rudely to me, mimicked me and disconnected the call with a bang in a very rude manner. He did not even listen to my issue at all. When I called C Net Infotech Reception at their Bhopal office on their phone number [protected] to apprise them of the rude behavior of Ashish of Accounts Department, one Neha picked up my call. When I complained to her that Accounts Department behaved rudely to me, she said that I was free to complain about it anywhere I wished to. When I called their HR head Mr. Arindam Dey on his phone number [protected], he too did not pick up my call at all despite me repeatedly calling him. In short, Accounts, Reception and HR, all these people at C Net Infotech behaved unprofessionally to me. They have not provided me Form 16 till date today on 16 July 2016, and I contemplate to complain about C Net Infotech at Government’s Complaint Portals to get my Form 16 from them. Ashok Kumar
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