MyGate-NoBroker-ApnaComplex fight turns ugly

Email warnings against rivals, cash handouts and offers of free painting services. The apartment security sector is becoming a circus.

MyGate issued a warning this month. In a notice sent to some of its users on 6 November, the apartment security app advised caution against some bad actors that are out to get its residents. With the subject “issued in public interest of MyGate residents”, the email suggests that there are companies attempting to lure apartment societies into disclosing confidential information about residents.

The email does not get into the specifics of naming names but says that MyGate’s rivals are offering freebies and cash benefits to the people to change their service provider. But in the process, societies are inadvertently …


Harveen Ahluwalia

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