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Tuesday, March 22, 2022

Chinmark Investment And Its Ambassadors Under Fire On The Social Media For Failing To Return Investors Monies...

About 4,500 aggrieved investors are dragging the Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of Chinmark Group, Marksman Ijiomah, over unpaid funds invested in the company despite many deadlines given for refund.








Caught in the web also include a social media influencer and brand ambassador for the “investment company”, Amanda Chisom; as well as another social media promoter of Chinmark, Harrison Gwamnishu.

The outraged investors, for days, have launched trials on social media, dragging Chinmark, Ijiomah, Chisom, Gwamnishu and all those who promoted the company on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and other social media platforms.

The pained investors lamented losing their hard-earned money to Chinmark while alleging that the group was fraudulent.

The investors were promised mouthwatering return on investment to commit their funds running into billions of naira in Chinmark said to be into real estate, logistics, hospitality, and food businesses.

from Punch.

52 comments:

  1. Nigerians never learn.Tomorrow another one will come out offering ridiculous ROI and they will still join.Sorry to everyone who lost their hard earned cash there.

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    1. Who do us this thing? Na wa o, so fund investment is now like mosquitoes living with us. Another epidemic/pandemic.

      Anya saaaa...kikikikiki good for them.

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  2. I have no pity for anyone that gets scammed from any of these investment schemes. Nigerians never learn

    If another person comes now,they will still do. MMM didn't teach people anything

    History teaches us that history teaches us nothing

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  3. I've always said: anyone who invests in a ponzi is a greedy fool.
    Anyone who accepts to be an influencer for a ponzi is twice a greedy fool.

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  4. All we have...if you know, you know😂😂

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  5. It is high risk investing in anything in Nigeria now"our economy is on a rapid decline.
    Entrepreneur's are crying out.

    Someone has to be caréful in investing on any investors business, be it real estate or what have you, the economy is not investable right now.

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  6. There is never a year this his 'influencer' is not enmeshed in something fouly negative that will trend.
    This is not how to do PR Ma'am.
    Build a reputation not terrible notoriety.

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    1. She's not popular, she's notorious.

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    2. Anon 8:53 you are right that girl likes controversies so much greedy girl

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  7. Terrible development.
    This is so sad.
    All these ROI that sounds too good to be true, just fleeeeeee from them/it.
    But my people won't learn.
    As this one just crushed, 10 is springing up with mouth watering returns!
    Terrible.

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  8. And this Chinmark was throwing money up and down to people, buying lands and cars for people anyhow, meanwhile he knows that the money does not belong to him but to his investors,

    I once met him when i went to deliver birthday cake to someone in Enugu here, Chinmark gave the guy 2m cash as a birthday gift and people were hailing him,
    I just pity those that invested their hard earned money.

    TASTE BLISS CAKES AND PASTRIES.

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    1. Taste bliss what you are not aware of is that he didn't gift any cash,he'll quietly collect the money back from the receiver later,the Enugu hotel he claimed was his,he gave the owner his documents and keys to hotel later,most receivers work for him then he settles them with some cash behind.
      Amanda they're dragging got no soul. The chic is heartless,the curses won't touch her judging by her way of living and understanding.

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    2. TASTE BLISS CAKES AND PASTRIES22 March 2022 at 10:11

      Anon 9:30 are for real,
      That man really deceived and dealt with so many people,

      I Know someone that invested his 10m and the man has developed HBP.

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  9. Another one bites the dust!!!

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  10. All we have God has taken away😀😀

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  11. This Chinmark guy is a criminal, he was groomed by his PRO Amanda Chisom, a notorious criminal. This is not the first time she's involved in fraudulent activities. Someone that faked her engagement and marriage just for clout. Chinedu Chinmark has ruined a lot of families with this his ponzi scheme, he slept with a lot of his so called ambassadors, who aborted babies for him. It's all over Facebook, he even sponsored some of his lovers abroad for studies, built houses for some and bought cars for a lot of them. The Pius-Urum sisters are among the beneficiaries, he bought a house for them in Lagos, sent one of the sister- Bibian Chinenye Pius-Urum, abroad and gave N2 million cash to the one that aborted for him - Eby Amanda Pius-Urum. These are investors monies, that can never be recovered. Investors should not just sue Chinmark, Amanda and Harrison Gumshu but also there brand ambassadors that influenced for them.

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    1. I don't think they can sue brand ambassadors... but they can sue closure & board members.
      People no dey hear word sha...

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    2. Nkechi Bianze never influenced for Chinmark, she was even totally against him.

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  12. I don't blame Ponzi scammers because they feed on the Gullibility and greed of NIGERIANS.

    MMM came and crashed
    Ultimate cycle came and crashed
    Benignant forte came and crashed
    Nne Isaac came and crashed
    Nwanyi Okuko came and crashed
    Chinmark now again??

    Promise of 25% ROI is what gave them out..
    A certain woman Invested with her husband's life savings without the man knowing..
    Another retiree Invested with #30m, and the news making the round now is that the man died of heart attack last two days.

    Another one Invested with their last home and abroad #5m... now Oga is down with accident, wife due for labour and no Money for treatment..

    NIGERIANS Please wisen up

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  13. Whether to an investment company or to a pastor, anyone who has no need for money should gladly lose it to those have better use for money. I stand with Chinmark and pastors who take away money from fools for a better use.

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    1. Okay, but Chinmark put the money "taken" to better use if Anon@9:50 and Castle@10:07 are factual?

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    2. Yes. He enjoyed himself with the money since the investors are too stupid to enjoy their own money

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  14. All we have, mumu gave us.
    We're a product of Grace.

    Ose akaria n'anu kanda.

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  15. People that partnered with Chinmark should just forget about their money, it is gone. It is annoying how chinmark used philanthropic activities and church to cover his atrocities. He bought one very expensive car for his wife - they call her sweet solace Abi na queen mother, with people's money. There are a lot of thieves involved in this particular ponzi.

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  16. Oga chinmark,you deserve a bottle of cold Heineken. Shebi some Nigerians have decided not to have sense. Continue to defraud dem jare. Nothing do you. I have no pity for ano of them.

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    1. Hahaha. I beg make I laugh small. If you warn them, they say you are jealous

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  17. After MMM showed me pepper. I will never be caught doing online investment again. If you like put jazz in your mouth. You will not convince me

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  18. TO INVESTORS:
    Amanda Chisom is strategising and trying to outsmart you guys. In an article of today's punch newspaper which was printed before amanda wrote her apology, she stated her life was threatened, that was the reason she left the comment session open just so she could receive death threats and have actual proof in the embassy of whichever country she plans to go to, Viola Ifeyinwa Okolie should be her coach since she relocated via her "life in danger". Unfortunately, Amanda have a history with Interpol and once a search on her is done, more articles will come up(why she was denied visa to UK). So whatever you guys write online about Amanda, make sure to put evidence. For Eby Amanda Pius-Urum, since she used funds from fraudulent activities to pay her sister's tuition in the UK, investors should write to her school and also the UK embassy, the sister will be brought back to Nigeria to clear her name (that's the reason the sister deactivated, cos she doesn't want her image stained, trying to be one step ahead). Also, investors should write the embassy where Ada Ujaligwa is located and inform them of the latest development. Investors should start acting now, if these influencers don't feel the heat, na only grammar Una go dey hear.
    Sarah Ngozi Chizu

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    1. You have a point.

      Oya make una act fast o.

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    2. Medicine after death. Other countries have more pressing problems that resetting the factory-fitted stupidity of Nigerians. They deserve to lose all their money

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  19. This Chinmark matter ehn, it's so sad. I lost money to some investment companies last year and since then I have vowed never to go close to anything Facebook investment. A lot of people influenced for the man, about 50 people or so and he was paying them, even dashing people money anyhow. They say we goes around with convoy, has lots of security personnel going around with him. Now he's not even remorseful about what he did, he's now asking them to sign a memorandum that he will pay them back in 8 - 10years. His least investment is 500k, except for once a while that he does student package of 200k. Now he said he has almost 5000 investors, multiply that by 500k alone and see how much he has, and people even invested millions o. A friend of mine has 2m there.
    Last year or so, he bought a citizenship of Vanuatu for himself, wife and children. And once they're in that country, they can't be extradited to anywhere. I pity his investors.

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  20. Pls is PiggyVest also a scam? My siblings save their money there

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  21. ADDYFx should be called out too! Evil people!

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  22. I am tired of the gullibility of Nigerians. It puzzles me why we don't wonder why all these schemes don't approach banks to loan them money when they need to fund their yeye businesses because banks interest rates is far lower than the ROI promised on funds invested.

    If you decide to be an investor,why not go into treasury bills, bonds ,fixed deposits,mutual funds etc. Their rates are far lower but your funds are secure!

    I've been an investor for over 15yrs and those products are what I do because I am a very low risk taker. Which sane person opens his/her korokoro eyes and gambles his/her life savings and retirement benefits away?

    I also think more companies should start doing retirement courses for their staff who are almost due for retirement because it's so painful when someone who has never done business all his/her life retires and invest the retirement package into these schemes. Most of them don't survive it. I have people close to me that fell into this trap because they actually thought they are wise and didn't want people to know the source of their flexing money.

    Sadly, these schemes have been around since the late 80's when I was in the university and a lot of students lost their money to them. Let's be guided pls. If it's too good to be true, it will always end in premium tears.

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  23. A fool and his money are soon parted....

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    1. Almighty God's words are forever true. Praise be to God.

      Proverbs 17:16 - Of what use is money in the hands of a fool...

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  24. If a poor, sincere and hardworking person like me tells them to invest in my business, even a little amount, they will not do, mtcheeeeew.

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    1. This isnt about you ,getat.
      Nobody is obligated to invest in your business.
      People can do whatever they want with their money, its theirs.
      Perhaps you should invest more in your mindset, so you are not poor forever.

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  25. I don't know why people still invest in these schemes,after wonder bank and MMM people were yet to learn,it only greed that makes people invest in schemes like this

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  26. I don't know why people still invest in these schemes,after wonder bank and MMM people were yet to learn,it only greed that makes people invest in schemes like this

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    1. Also an overrated impression about their intelligence and ability to outsmart others

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  27. Kashzone owned by Olasukanmi Ogundipe is another Scam. Though the case is in court, it has been adjourned up to 4 times since January

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  28. The problem of a typical Nigerian is religion and doings if you want to deceive an average Nigeria bring a pastor and start sharing money and they will fall yakata for you. That is exactly what that chinmark did always going to churches for pastors to pray for him and throwing away investors money in the name of giving using that Amanda his cohort to deceive the gullible i have a friend who is a victim i wonder how she will survive it is a pity.

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