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Nsawam: Aggrieved customers of Global community coin,GCCH embarks on demonstration




Some depositors of Global community coin help, GCCH an online crypto currency investment which promised to give 27% monthly to depositors on their investment goes wild as owners abscond with their money.

They said not a penny has been received from the the director of the investment firm for the past six months.

Depositors have become stranded while the offices of GCCH both Nsawam and Accra remains closed.

Speaking to Fawe Fm's Odiasempa Kofi Boai and Nana Osei Marfo during a demonstration embarked by some of the depositors at 

Nsawam on Saturday, some of the depositors averred that, most of the depositors  have suffered series of attacks and trauma after their cash was locked-up.

According to depositors, what they want now is their money and nothing else.

"KDK we need our money.You asked us to do investment and afterwards our monies will be refund.You did not tell us we are investing in crypto currency business.we need our money,KDK" ,they said whiles calling on the government to intervene. 
The Economic and Organised Crime Office (EOCO) has grilled the two directors  of Global Coin Community Help (GCCH) for allegedly swindling more than 110,000 customers of their deposits to the tune of GH¢135 million in a crypto-currency syndicate.
The two GCCH directors, Mr Kwaku Damete Kumi and Mr David Opatey, were released on bail by the state investigative body after several hours of interrogation last Tuesday.

The Executive Director of EOCO, Mr K.K. Amoah, confirmed the arrest of the two in an interview  on Tuesday, November 27 after the paper had broken the story.
“Yes, we have arrested them and released them after thorough interrogations and we have asked them to report again next week to continue with them,” the EOCO boss said.
“We get a fresh list of depositors who have been swindled one way or another every day and so the 110,000 figure is likely to go up by the end of the week and the amount of deposits would likely go up.


Source:FaweFmonline.com/Odiasempa Kofi Boadi/Nana Osei Marfo

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