RAB raids Evaly CEO Russell’s residence
Published: 04:03 PM, 16 September 2021 Updated: 05:54 PM, 16 September 2021
Evaly MD, CEO Mohammad Russell and his wife Evaly chairman Shamima; Photo: Collected
The Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) is conducting a raid at the capital’s Mohammadpur resident of Mohammad Russell, CEO of the e-commerce company Evaly on various charges of customer complaints.
The raid started around noon on Thursday.
Earlier, a case was filed against Evaly chairman Shamima Nasrin and managing director (MD), CEO Mohammad Russell for frauding at midnight on Wednesday.
A customer of Evaly named Md. Arif Baker, a resident of the Purbagram area of Rupganj Upazila in Narayanganj, filed a lawsuit with the Gulshan police station.
Evaly MD, CEO Mohammad Russell has been made the number one accused and chairman Shamima the number two accused in the case. Several other officials of Evaly have been accused in the case by showing “anonymity”.
According to the case statement, Arif had ordered goods worth Tk 3,10,597 from Evaly in May and June after seeing attractive offers on its website on May 29. But he did not get the products within the stipulated time. His friends also ordered products from Evaly and paid in advance.
The company was committed to refund the paid amount if the goods were not delivered within seven to 45 working days. As the products were not delivered, Arif called Evaly’s customer care several times and on September 5, for the last time, but no solution was given.