More Evidence Of Alleged Fraud By Chimark Group Investment Firm Emerges Online
There has been recent rumors circulating on the social media which alleged that Chimark Group is a fraudulent investment firm and has refused to pay it’s investors.
According to recent post by one Honey G Evarist, Chimark Group has gone ahead to change her hotel name with CAC.
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So my friend and colleague was consulted to recover a client’s money from Chinmark. N53 million.
My friend decides to conduct a CAC search on Chinmark’s group companies.
It happens that Mr Marksman Ijiomah had changed the name of the hotel at Enugu from Chinmark Suites to Bridge Suites. Also, he removed his name and his wife’s names as the Directors of the hotel and used different set of people.
As it is now, you can’t attach the hotel to recover your investment if they don’t pay you since the existing fact presupposes that Marksman Ijiomah is not the controlling mind of the hotel.
So while people are busy thinking there is an asset on ground – the hotel, there’s basically nothing.
The other companies – i.e. the mall, logistics, food, real estate etc – are merely existing on paper. What we call “shell companies” in law. There are no verifiable businesses that can be linked to the companies. There are no assets linked to the companies.
This is the company peddled as the investment arm of their group. The object of the company, as registered by the CAC, is “general merchandise”. Absolutely nothing remotely like investment in the business of FinAfrica. In any event, the company’s accounts are allegedly frozen by the law enforcement agencies.
So how and where will the money to repay investors come from?
Well, I shouldn’t be surprised, but I am. Honestly. If this isn’t a premeditated, calculated plan to defraud people of their hard earned monies then I don’t know what else to call it.
I have my friend’s permission to publish this.