Aggrieved customers of Gold Coast Fund Management have registered their displeasure with the way their fund managers continue to treat them over their investments.
The customers complained that they had not been able to access their investment since September 2018.
According to them, officials of the investment firm, a subsidiary of the GN Group, promised them in 2018 that they will be able to access their investments beginning March 1, 2019.
Since Friday, March 1 to Tuesday, March 5, 2019, customers have been thronging the premises of the investment firm for their money, but they always return home empty-handed.
The offices have been under lock and key contrary to information and promise by the officials of the investment firm.
The aggrieved customers have also expressed disappointment in how fund managers in the face of the current situation are changing their investment portfolios.
According to them, their short-term investment portfolios are being changed to long-term ones without appropriately consulting them.
“This is not fair. It breaches the contract we have with them and that scares us more. They cannot tell us how to invest our money,” one worried customer explained.
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