It seems customers of former Gold Coast Fund Management now Black Shield Fund Management may have to exercise a bit more restraint because the company is still hopeful that they will be paid.
These disgruntled customers who want their investments retrieved continue to pile pressure on the company despite the initial assurances given.
In a series of protests, the customers decried the untold hardships brought on them due to the locked-up funds.
They also accused the leadership of the company of taking them for granted by showing no concern to their financial woes.
But, Benjamin Kofi Afreh who speaks for Gold Coast Fund Management admitted on The Point of View last Wednesday that, the company shares in the plight of customers and will explore every available option to ensure that every dime it owes is duly settled
Pay us if you owe us – Gold Coast begs
The company also believes that it will be able to pay all its debts if state and private institutions it gave funds to pay back such monies.
Mr. Afreh, therefore, used the occasion to plead with such entities to do what is required of them in a bid to also bring relief to its angry clients.
Be calm, we’ll let Gold Coast pay your monies – SEC to customers
Meanwhile, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has called for calm among the aggrieved customers saying it is working to ensure that the locked-up investments of clients are retrieved.
Head of Policy and Research at the Securities and Exchange Commission, Ashong Katai indicated that the Commission was committed to ensuring that customers of Gold Coast Fund Management get back their cash.