Nowadays, the rate at which fraudulent firms in the name of investment companies, infiltrate the business market is alarming. These fraudulent companies use various enticing offers to attract their victims and they should be expelled from the business market.
You would recall that on the 6th of February, 2021, Mrs. Deborah Okezie, the mother of the alleged molested schoolboy, Don Davis, took to her Facebook handle to announce to her thousands of followers that her son, Don Davis Archibong has signed an ambassadorial deal with an investment company, called Resolution Technologies.
Fast forward to the 29th of March, 2021, the same Mrs. Deborah Okezie has also taken to her Facebook handle to announce to her followers that the investment company that her son signed for, is a scam, who deals with defrauding people of their hard earned money. She said that she made a promise to her followers, that she will notify them of she notices any fraudulent activity on the part of Resolution Technologies
She said "Resolution Technologies is a scam! I promised my fans on the 14th of February that if i see anything fraudulent I'll alert them and that's what I am doing right now".
This case serves as a warning to Nigerians who are contemplating on investing in a Ponzi scheme.
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