Has anyone named Shankhashubhra Ghosh, Ghosh Shankhashubhra, Shankhas Ghosh, Shankha Shubhra Ghosh or Shank Ghosh ever approached you with a business proposition? If so, you should consider reading this article before proceeding any further.
If you search online for Shankhashubhra Ghosh, you’ll likely come across several business profiles of an Indian based individual, who is the founder and webmaster of several companies. He has profiles on LinkedIn, Producthunt, Twitter, indiblogger and many other professional networking platforms.
Full Name: Shankhashubhra Ghosh
Also Known As: Shankhashubhra Ghosh, Shankhas Ghosh, Shankha Shubhra Ghosh, Shank Ghosh, Ghosh Shankhashubhra, Shankhashubhra Ghosh, Shankhashubhra G
Location: Chennai Area, India, West Tripura, Tripura, India
Education: Bachelor of Technology (BTech) Information Technology, Dr. M.G.R. Educational and Research Insitute
Affiliations: Dipanjan Bhattacharya, Mrinmoy Roy, Gouri Sankar Roy, Supratim Ghosh, Satyabrata Ghosh, Joydeep Ghosh, Ashmita Ghosh, Amit Kr Roy, Srutadipta Roy Choudhury, Ratnadeep Bardhan Roy, Pinak Das, and Arpan Bhagat)
Profiles: LinkedIn1, Linkedin2, Facebook, Twitter, Medium, Pinterest, indiblogger
Shankhashubhra Ghosh partnered with our subdomain leasing program where we paid him to lease a subdomain on the website he founded, 7labs.io. Throughout our leasing period, Ghosh removed our access from the subdomain. After paying for a full month, the seller Ghosh decided to remove our DNS access. Upon further investigation, we decided it would be best to get Paypal involved as they have the “Buyer Protection Program” accessible to buyers. Luckily, we were still in the period of being able to open disputes with this seller, and we sent all documentation to Paypal in order to have them review how we believe the scam artist Ghosh scammed us. Upon Paypal’s further review, they decided the case in our favor:
We’re not sure how many times Ghosh has received payments for services before and not rendered them as he did with us, but we’re happy Paypal was able to protect us, the buyer. We recommend anyone who does business dealings with Ghosh to think twice, as we could’ve ended up losing $750 if we never had buyer protection with Paypal.
Fast forward Shankhashubhra Ghosh losing the Paypal dispute, Ghosh allegedly tried extorting me. Ghosh published an article on 7labs.io to smear my name, and ruin my reputation:
After emailing Ghosh requesting him to remove the published article due to slander, and defamation, he tried requesting money in exchange which can be seen as alleged extortion:
Shortly thereafter, Ghosh removed the articles about me as a way to “negotiate” further:
Shankhashubhra Ghosh is listed as the founder at Hey!Pub or Heypub.com on Ghosh’s Linkedin profile. Upon reviewing the site, it seems to be full of malware. An example of the malware the site redirects to is listed below:
I’m not sure how Shankhashubhra Ghosh operates a business by serving malware to end users, but one thing is for certain. If someone’s website can’t be trusted, can the individual who owns the site be trusted? I think not.
If you came across this article in search of whether there’s merit in working with Shankhashubhra Ghosh, you’re one of the very few who conducted their due diligence and hopefully concluded he can’t be trusted. I’m hopeful this publication will be read by anyone who’s looking to do business or affiliate themselves with Shankhashubhra Ghosh. Unfortunately, I wasn’t lucky enough to review information about Ghosh before doing business with him, so hopefully I can help other’s before making their decision on their affiliation with someone who scammed me and my company. Buyer beware.