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Recently I had opted for work from home Online Data Entry Job opportunity as I am unemployed (located in Bangalore) and as per the Contract Signed on Rs. 20 Stamp Paper while taking up the job, it states "In the matter of non submission of the work or cancellation of work, the client is bound to pay the penalty amount of 6500 to the company\". I was unable to complete the work, but had ensured to submit whatever work had been completed before the due date and time. Now I had started receiving mails and calls asking me to pay the amount, if not legal action would be taken in Gujarat Court. Kindly share your views / opinion from the legal point of view for the above issue.

Anik

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A.Dear Client,
If all your have been done then you can send legal notice against the organisation for not harrassing you and if no action is taken then you can file a suut.
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Subhashis Paul

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A.If you have completed and submitted the assigned work on proper date and time then you dont need to worry.. You can send a legal letter to the said company for not harassing you further otherwise you may sue the company for the same.
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