A total of 4,500 aggrieved investors have filed a lawsuit against Marksman Ijiomah, CEO and Chairman of Chinmark Group, for unpaid investment amounts despite numerous deadlines.
Amanda Chisom, a social media influencer and brand representative for the investment firm, was also discovered in the web. Harrison Guamnishu is another Chinmark social media evangelist.
The outraged investors have been suing everyone who promoted the company on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and other social media sites for days now. They include Chinmark, Ijiomah, Chisom, Gwamnishu, and others.
Investors who lost money to Chinmark are upset and allege that the company was dishonest.
In the midst of the never-ending online criticism, Chisom, one of the group’s Facebook boosters, said that angry investors had threatened to kill her over unpaid payments.
Another proponent of Chinmark (Gwamnishu), who has more than 158,000 Facebook followers, claimed to have attracted over 1,000 investors while assuring them that their money would be returned.
The Ponzi scheme, which has deceptively been dubbed an investment firm, has recently claimed the lives of many Nigerians. Billion of naira belonged to desperate and greedy Nigerian investors, but Ponzi-Machiavellian supporters stole it to fund their extravagant lifestyles. They were fascinated by their appetite and high returns on investment.
The EFCC declared in December 2021 that Maxwell Odum, the CEO of MBA Capital and Trading Limited, a foreign exchange company and investment firm with offices in Lagos, was sought on suspicion of defrauding the government of N213 billion.
He is currently on the run, just as Odum, it is known. the Imagine Global Solution Limited’s Bamise Ajetumobi.
Other notable Ponzi gurus who have been accused and detained for defrauding investors out of billions of naira include Akor Philip Paul of Benignant Forte Nigeria Limited, Dominic Joshua of Brisk Capital Limited, Harrison Osemwengie of HO Corn Farm, and Adewale Jayeoba of Wales Kingdom Capital Limited, among others.