Global Coin Community Help (GCCH) is fake – Tracey Boakye blows alarm

Global Coin Community Help (GCCH) is fake – Tracey Boakye blows alarm has sighted a post by Kumawood actress Tracey Boakye lamenting how an investment company has duped her of GH₵10,000.

Tracey gave the name of the company as Global Coin Community Help (GCCH), which according to her, was located at Nsawam, off the Accra-Kumasi Highway.

Tracy Boakye revealed that she was introduced to this investment scheme by a friend.

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However, after she had invested that whooping sum with them, she noticed they had vacated their Nsawam Branch office, raising suspicion that they were fake.

According to her, several attempts to reach the company has proven futile, and so she sent word to her friend who introduced her to get in touch with the company but still to no avail.

Sharing her ordeal on her Instagram page, Tracey said she has decided to let her fans and followers know about Global Coin Commnity Help so that they don’t fall victims.

She added to her post “more details coming out soon.”

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The Kumawood actress has been in the news recently for flaunting a house she said she built on her own.

In an earlier report by, Tracey revealed that she had acquired a new RAV4, and shared a video of her washing the car.

Her alarm over this new investment company brings to mind the current struggling state of Menzgold Ghana Limited.

Menzgold which claimed to be a gold trading firm was shut down by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) over what they called “illegal activities”.

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This has caused an uproar among some Ghanaians, especially, those who had business with Menzgold.

While some of the angry customers have blamed President Akufo-Addo for having a hand in Menzgold’s downfall, others have blamed the Bank of Ghana and SEC for “allowing Menzgold to operate for the past five years”.

Meanwhile, an earlier report by explained that the company will no longer pay dividends to its customers.

As at now, Menzgold has not been clear on the exact date for payment of principal after customers rubbished an earlier 90-day payment schedule which they released.

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