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Themap.ng restrict aggrieved investors from complaining.

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There has been an incredible turn of events in the past couple of months for Themap.ng which is an investment platform. From being one of the most invested on platforms in Nigeria, and a light for other budding platforms, it has gone on to experience different issues, ranging from its authenticity being doubted to struggling to pay investors’ return on investments. The latest in a series of setbacks for the platform is it blocking aggrieved investors complaining about Themap.ng defaulting from paying their investment capital and profit.

Themap.ng is having issues refunding investors that invested in their CRMI plan. Issues like this have been lingering for a while. Other investors that invested in plans like bike and location businesses are complaining of delayed payments for weeks

Themap.ng has restricted them from commenting.  The CEO, Ayanso Mma, has locked is comment section of this Instagram page.

Is the end of the platform near?  Will themap.ng last beyond next year?.

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Wales Kingdom Capital hit with lawsuit.

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In a memo released by Wales Kingdom Capital, an investment platform which specializes in the trading of the foreign exchange market with a monthly return on investment of 20% to investors, the company revealed that it had been hit with a lawsuit by aggrieved investors. And it would be pausing payment to first time investors as a result.

The company led by Pastor Daniel Wales also claimed that their personal and corporate bank accounts has been freeze pending investigation from the court.

This move means the company cannot place any realistic date for the continuation of the refund process. This is a big blow for investors who were expecting a refund by February only to be told to wait till April.

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Abadini group defaults on payment again.

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Abadini group, an investment platform which specializes in the trading of agricultural products has defaulted on paying investors their return on investment again.

This was after they had postponed the payment date several times. They have also restricted the comment section on their Instagram page so as to block investors from airing their grievances.

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This was after they had postponed the payment date several times. They have also restricted the comment section on their Instagram page so as to block investors from airing their grievances.

Nairainvest would advise its readers to stay away from platforms which promises unrealistic return on investment And Stay tuned to Nairainvest for more investment opportunities and do not forget to subscribe to our newsletter for news at your doorsteps.

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Is Wales Kingdom Capital, Greenbell FX?

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Wales Kingdom Capital, an investment platform which specializes in the trading of the foreign exchange market with a monthly return on investment of 20% may now be operating under the auspices of Greenbell FX.

The investment company which is owned by Pastor Daniel Wales experienced some sort of crisis in december, declaring bankruptcy. The company alerted investors to its inability to pay their capital and ROI and asked for patience as it navigates the turbulence period.

The company WKC has once again defaulted on payments in February after promising investors it was going to resume by then.

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