In a compelling twist to the ongoing narrative, Vivek Bindra issues a response to Sandeep’s allegations of receiving threats from him. The controversy unfolds as Bindra addresses the accusations, shedding light on the intricacies of the situation. This dynamic exchange adds a layer of intensity to the unfolding saga, prompting a closer examination of the relationship dynamics and potential ramifications in the business landscape.
Vivek Bindra Responds to Sandeep ’s Big Scam Exposed
Renowned YouTuber and motivational speaker, Sandeep Maheshwari, found himself in a public feud with Dr. Vivek Bindra, the CEO and founder of Bada Business Pvt. Ltd. The clash initiated when Sandeep uploaded a video titled “Big Scam Exposed,” subtly targeting Dr. Vivek Bindra, known for hosting training programs. Maheshwari later revealed that Bindra had been pressuring him to remove the video, even making multiple visits to his house. This sparked a heated exchange between the two influential figures in the motivational speaking realm.
On December 13, 2023, Sandeep Maheshwari took to his YouTube community to assert that Dr. Vivek Bindra had attempted to intimidate him into removing the video exposing him from his channel. The YouTuber alleged multiple visits from Bindra’s official representatives. Sandeep emphasized his ability to control his voice but not the collective voice of the nation against Bindra. Furthermore, he declared solidarity among YouTubers to collectively unveil Bindra’s business practices, marking a turning point in their public disagreement.
“Mere Pyaare Vivek, Ek taraf se aap ne meri team ko legal action ki dhamki di (abhi maine aap ki call recording suni) aur doosri taraf se aap ne mere ghar par apne employees ko bheja. Woh bhi ek baar nahi… baar baar… kya aap ko sach mein lagta hai ki main aap ki dhamkiyon se darta hoon? Darta woh hai jo kuch galat karta hai. Main apne faayde ke liye nahi balki sabke faayde ke liye kaam karta hoon… aur marte dum tak karta rahoonga… aap jaise lakhon log mil kar bhi mujhe nahi rok sakte. Aur mujhe akela samajhne ki galti mat karna…”
Vivek Bindra’s Aim for Transparency
Presenting his perspective on the YouTube community, Vivek Bindra expressed relief that Sandeep acknowledged the video’s intent to expose him. Bindra asserted his readiness to appear on Sandeep‘s show, aiming to address the audience’s doubts. In a challenge, he revealed his preparedness for a 10-day MBA program, offering it to participants without any charges. This move signals a proactive approach from Bindra to engage in a public dialogue and clarify his stance amidst the ongoing controversy.
Vivek elaborated on his perspective regarding whether he threatened Sandeep. He emphasized that his team has not issued any threats to Sandeep’s employees. Vivek invited Sandeep to share the unedited recordings, pledging to take appropriate action if any wrongdoing is substantiated. This proactive stance from Vivek aims to address and resolve the allegations surrounding the alleged threats, fostering transparency and accountability in the ongoing dispute. He wrote:
“Regarding the issue of scaring or threatening any of your employees, it is not part of our culture. If anyone in my team has done such a thing, please share the unedited recording, and I will take action myself. (I do have recordings too) You blocked my number and ignored my humble requests various times to talk to me. You deleted over 5000 positive comments about me (I have screenshots too) It is true that my Director and Chief of Staff visited your house and intention behind it was to schedule an appointment with you for an open conversation.”
Sandeep Maheshwari ‘s Big Scam Expose
Sandeep Maheshwari uploaded a video where a guy narrates how he got scammed by a famous Youtuber (one more time one more time – YouTuber)
Paid 50k to learn how to do business. At the end was asked to sell the courses of the Youtuber & get commission. A classic MLM scheme 🥲… pic.twitter.com/4JGAi3Ykf9
— Azhar Jafri (@zhr_jafri) December 12, 2023
Vivek naam k saare scammer hote hai kya? 😂
— Abhishek Sarkar (@imabhi751) December 12, 2023
All the comments on the video say it's Vivek Bindra
— Azhar Jafri (@zhr_jafri) December 12, 2023
Andrew Tate is doing the same selling course for $50 and asking others to promote/ sell it. It's a big game.
— Saptarshi (@_Saptarshi_m) December 12, 2023
Such persons should be jailed for running frauds and abusing their fiduciary position.
— Anindo Chatterjee (@4455Anindo) December 13, 2023