You Want Your Children To Inherit Our Money, Where Is Your Conscience? - Angry MBA Forex Investors protest
Today, MBA Forex investors took placards with many different inscriptions to Port Harcourt to protest for their investment to be returned to them.Maxwell Weli Odum is the Founder and CEO of the popular Forex trading and training company, MBA trading and capital investment limited.He has been accused of involving in fraudulent activities by his investors.
Many Nigerians are fond of looking for unconventional avenues to get money so fast. They jump into any kind of investment that's popular or allow friends or family members deceive them into investing their hard-earned money into quick-money scheme. When they invest their money, the begining is always sweet. However, as time goes on, the platform crashes and they end up in deep regrets. It's no longer news that the popular MBA Forex and Capital Investment has crashed. Following a slew of petitions against the
Maxwell Weli Odum has been described by those who know him as a highly successful and respected forex trader, investor and entrepreneur.Odum is the CEO/MD of a very popular forex trading and training company known as MBA Trading and Capital Investment Limited.
Nigerians can remember how some investors of MBA Capital Trading and Investment Ltd have been protesting to demand for the refund of their money by the company and its owner/CEO, Maxwell Weli Odum. Many credible media platforms have published reports about the issue. It was also said that the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) reportedly stepped into the issue since February but nothing tangible has been achieved as MBA Forex has not paid the investors their Return On Investment (RIO) since September 2020 not to talk of returning their capital first as it promised.
Kindly like and follow this page for more interesting articles. Immense pressure continues to mount on MBA Forex trading and capital investment limited to pay their subscribers their November and December returns which has been due for a while now. This delay has led to serious tension amongst the investors since most will wish to pull out and use the money for some end of year commitments. Maxwell Weli Odum who is the founder of the scheme was rumored to have moved his family out of Port Harcourt for fear of