- A business consulting firm is accusing the US gold licensed company of scamming them in a business deal
- They say the US gold company bypassed their business agreement and entered into business with a Nigerian which has ended them in the GHC1.3m fraud.
A business Consulting Advisory firm, Rich Picking Company Limited, has waded into the GHS 1.3 million gold scam scandal, labelling the US licensed company as scammers.
The local consulting firm is therefore threatening to drag the US gold buying company, Green Global Resources to court soon.
Speaking in a media interview today, the Managing Partner of RPC Consult, Ernest Agyenim Boateng accused the US firm of circumventing them in a partnership deal, when it decided to assist them set up their operations in Ghana.
He said Green Global Resources deliberately duped his company by circumventing the entire system, hence he is not surprised they’ve been trapped in terrible troubles.
“We entered into a negotiation with them that after fronting the move for them to settle their business here in the country, whatever dividend they accrue we will be entitled to 10% of it as our share,” he said.
Mr Agyanim Boateng further explained that, after signing the deal with the US company, they circumvented the process and rather got in touch with some Nigerian in Boston who deceived them into believing that he’d contacts in Ghana and could assist them buy the Gold at a cheaper rate.
This he said enticed the company to bypass his firm into the fraudulent business deal with the Nigerian, which has eventually landed them into the GHC1.3million gold scandal.
The Director of Strategy and Business Development of the firm, James Barbieri earlier this week told the media that, the police has left off the hook the leader of the fraud syndicate, one Courage Cobby in a move that suggests he’s being protected by some ‘unseen hands’ in the Police Service.
But the Ghanaian consulting firm is contesting claims made by the Director of Green Global Resources. Saying “The managers of the US Company have some questions to answer because if they were genuine company, they’ve come clean in the GHC1.3 million deal”.
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