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Thread: Consultancy Threatening to remove offer letter from University on Initial OPT

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    Consultancy Threatening to remove offer letter from University on Initial OPT

    I had graduated in December 2018 with a Bachelor's in Computer Science. I had joined a consultancy in May. I am on my initial OPT and the consultancy had promised that they would get me a job in a month and for my job position. But after joining, they said they had direct clients for another technology and I signed their offer letter because I just needed a job soon. There is no time contract involved and their ad on desiopt.com even says free training. After staying with them for 3 months of just vendor calls and having no success with interviews, I applied for some jobs on my own.
    Now that I have joined the new company on my own finding, the consultancy is threatening that they will call my University and void my offer letter saying I didn't work for them which will make me more than 90 days unemployed. And if I decide to leave them then I need to pay 500$ for the training and marketing cost. I have phone conversations recorded since it's legal in my state and emails from them about the training they had given me and the marketing they had done for me.
    Could you please give me some help on this info if they decide to take action and call my Uni?

    Thanks,

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