The Coalition of Aggrieved Customers of Menzgold is demanding the government’s immediate intervention to arrest Nana Appiah Mensah, popularly known as NAM1, who was once the CEO of the now-defunct gold dealership company, Menzgold.
In addition to seeking NAM1’s arrest, the group is cautioning its members against engaging in any payment negotiations with him, likening him to internet scammers.
These concerns arise following a recent statement issued by Menzgold’s management, claiming that they have successfully completed the transaction validation process and assuring customers of imminent payments.
Fredrick Forson, the group’s spokesperson, told reporters that they strongly believe the government should take swift action against Nana Appiah Mensah.
“Nobody should engage him and that is what we are saying because of that document he brought out. What we want the government to do is to arrest him. What is contained in that document is simply the language of scammers, and we will want the government to arrest him.”
The defunct gold trading company issued a statement over the weekend assuring to make payments to its customers saying it had completed the transaction validation process of its customers and was ready to effect payments soon.
“Following the gold trading transactions claims supporting documents collection and vetting exercise initiated; we are happy to announce that validation has successfully been completed,” Menzgold said in its statement.
But the spokespersons of the aggrieved customers furiously dismissed the statement and called for Mr. Appiah’s arrest.