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A Graduate's Painful Experience With Truerebel Fashion Company by Ayoad: 6:24am On Oct 30, 2014
A Letter To All Unemployed Graduates In Nigeria

Dear my fellow Graduates,

I happen to be a fresh graduate who was desperate to get a job and never wanted to stay at home. I came across a job advert on nairaland for the position of a communication executive, which I applied. After a week I was called for an interview and later got the job with TRUEREBEL FASHION COMPANY.

I was so happy that my dream had come true but my parent was against the job. I told my parent to support me with 20k for transportation for the month which they didn't because they were not in support of the job. I have to borrow 20k from my neighbor which I hope to pay at the end of the month after my salary has been paid.

At the end of the month I was not paid. I have to tell my neighbor to exercise patient till the following month. I also beg him to give me additional 15k for transportation for the second month which he did. When the seconded month ended, I was not still paid. I kept dodging my neighbor believing that when I got paid I will off-set my debt.

The CEO Mr. Muyiwa Folorunsho ask us to come to work one Saturday without extra pay, which wasn't part of our agreement. So we didn’t go. The following Monday morning he came with some uniform men with AK.47 to match us out of the office without paying me my salary. Now Truerebel Fashion Company has turned me an enemy against my neighbor whom I have not been able to pay. He has also turned me an enemy against my parent. When I look back, my heart is always filled with regret and pain.

Had it been I listen to my parent earlier on, this wouldn't have happened. I was used as an instrument by the company to strip Nigerians naked of their hard earned foreign exchange, defraud unsuspecting Nigerians, make Nigerians poorer and sell fake jewelries. I was only used as an accomplices.

Nigerian graduates, please beware of this scammer.

Regards,
AY

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Re: A Graduate's Painful Experience With Truerebel Fashion Company by Osyxcel(m): 6:45am On Oct 30, 2014
See the name of the business sef - TRUE-REBEL. OP, sorry for your loss, nemesis will surely catch up with the owner sooner or later.

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Re: A Graduate's Painful Experience With Truerebel Fashion Company by Nobody: 6:59am On Oct 30, 2014
Ayoad:
Dear my fellow Graduates,

I happen to be a fresh graduate who was desperate to get a job and never wanted to stay at home. I came across a job advert on nairaland for the position of a communication executive, which I applied. After a week I was called for an interview and later got the job with TRUEREBEL FASHION COMPANY. I was so happy that my dream had come true but my parent was against the job. I told my parent to support me with 20k for transportation for the month which they didn’t because they were not in support of the job. I have to borrow 20k from my neighbor which I hope to pay at the end of the month after my salary has been paid. At the end of the month I was not paid. I have to tell my neighbor to exercise patient till the following month. I also beg him to give me additional 15k for transportation for the second month which he did. When the seconded month ended, I was not still paid. I kept dodging my neighbor believing that when I got paid I will off-set my debt. The Ceo Mr. Muyiwa Folorunsho ask us to come to work one Saturday without extra pay, which wasn’t part of our agreement. So we didn’t go. The following Monday morning he came with some uniform men with AK.47 to match us out of the office without paying me my salary. Now Truerebel Fashion Company has turned me an enemy against my neighbor whom I have not been able to pay. He has also turned me an enemy against my parent. When I look back, my heart is always filled with regret and pain. Had it been I listen to my parent earlier on, this wouldn’t have happened. I was used as an instrument by the company to strip Nigerians naked of their hard earned foreign exchange, defraud unsuspecting Nigerians, make Nigerians poorer and sell fake jewelries. I was only used accomplices.

Nigerian graduates, please beware of this scammer.

Regards,
AY

My brother or sister, I understand your plight, I have been in a similar row in a one man calls the shot kind of job. In the end it wasn't a symbiotic relationship as I ended up the 'dagboed' party.

I'd have recommended you see the police or get a lawyer if you have money for it, but then, that will be dependent on you having an employment letter that states the terms of appointment. Anyway, the bold part of your write up says you were an accomplice in a lot of fraudulent acts with the company which makes you as guilty as the owner himself. Hence, you can't even press charges, or so I think, I don't even know how this can be turned around to your favour.

Let us wait for someone or an authority on this matter to make his recommendation though. As for your neighbour, find a way to explain to him, he should understand after these explanations.

Cheers.

PS: Forgive my blunders, I dey type for road.

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Re: A Graduate's Painful Experience With Truerebel Fashion Company by NeduLuiZ(m): 7:06am On Oct 30, 2014
hardluck @ op.

But theres something i dont get,were you intentionally selling fake jeweries to unsuspecting nigerians?? If yes then reporting to the police wont be safe,just walk away and hope for something legit to do, all the best

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Re: A Graduate's Painful Experience With Truerebel Fashion Company by Rich4god(m): 7:46am On Oct 30, 2014
I would have asked you to gather all the evidence you have on them, look for a friendly lawyer who will not look at your pocket before taking up your case then sue the company... But since you knw fully well that your job is kinda defrauding to others, I dont know what else to say... Better days are yet to come...

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Re: A Graduate's Painful Experience With Truerebel Fashion Company by Kuljoe(m): 7:49am On Oct 30, 2014
@Op, I can see how annoyed you are 2 extent of posting in different sections . Take heart .....
Re: A Graduate's Painful Experience With Truerebel Fashion Company by Lobolintin(m): 7:59am On Oct 30, 2014
OP.. Am sueing you now
Re: A Graduate's Painful Experience With Truerebel Fashion Company by bizngr(f): 8:52am On Oct 30, 2014
Hmmm, the plight of the unfortunate unemployed Nigerian graduate!
Re: A Graduate's Painful Experience With Truerebel Fashion Company by Nobody: 9:22am On Oct 30, 2014
Lobolintin:
OP.. Am sueing you now
grin grin grin grin ...In a bid to show his annoyance, he's implicating himself too....

if you actually defrauded Nigerians, sold fake jewelries etc and didnt write all those out of annoyance, then you should let the case rest as you're no better than your boss.. But in the same strength, someone needs to caution that company if they actually do the above, defrauding et al...

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Re: A Graduate's Painful Experience With Truerebel Fashion Company by bizngr(f): 9:42am On Oct 30, 2014
MarvellousGod:
grin grin grin grin ...In a bid to show his annoyance, he's implicating himself too....

if you actually defrauded Nigerians, sold fake jewelries etc and didnt write all those out of annoyance, then you should let the case rest as you're no better than your boss.. But in the same strength, someone needs to caution that company if they actually do the above, defrauding et al...
I don't think he knew what the "True Rebel" man is into until the feedback from angry and dissatisfied customers started pouring in.

I say this because of what I read from another of this type of thread opened by an ex-employee of True Rebel.

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Re: A Graduate's Painful Experience With Truerebel Fashion Company by buchisom1(m): 9:45am On Oct 30, 2014
Ahahahah...my fellow graduate the problem with us is that we re so desperate to the extend we forget our tinkin cap...i was also called by dis tru rebel shit ..whn i got there i looked at the environment den i said to myslf do u really wonna work ua ...is this ua reason of spending five years in ua uni...i said no and immediately i didnt wait for that gal dat always receive pple to talk to me i jus left d place and todai am happy coz i didnt allow myslf to b used...see my advise to evry fresh graduate is b patient and stay positive whn ua time comes it will b lik magic...i knw what am saying..am a living witness...

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Re: A Graduate's Painful Experience With Truerebel Fashion Company by Nobody: 9:49am On Oct 30, 2014
bizngr:
I don't think he knew what the "True Rebel" man is into until the feedback from angry and dissatisfied customers started pouring in.

I say this because of what I read from another of this type of thread opened by an ex-employee of True Rebel.
And when he got to know?? undecided He's only speaking out now because he was dismissed without his salaries. .... Had it been the man never dismissed/ owed him salaries, he would have continued with the said job of defrauding his fellow Nigerians. ...

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Re: A Graduate's Painful Experience With Truerebel Fashion Company by Lero15(m): 10:08am On Oct 30, 2014
Hmmm...it is well
Re: A Graduate's Painful Experience With Truerebel Fashion Company by Isiterere(m): 10:11am On Oct 30, 2014
"TRUE REBEL"

Did CAC actually approved this ?



ALL IZZ WELL

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Re: A Graduate's Painful Experience With Truerebel Fashion Company by bizngr(f): 10:33am On Oct 30, 2014
MarvellousGod:
And when he got to know?? undecided He's only speaking out now because he was dismissed without his salaries. .... Had it been the man never dismissed/ owed him salaries, he would have continued with the said job of defrauding his fellow Nigerians. ...
You've got a point there.

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Re: A Graduate's Painful Experience With Truerebel Fashion Company by Xtaceeey: 11:05am On Oct 30, 2014
So all of una no fit team up beat d true rebel? .. I pray u dnt pay me my money 1st month, I wud jst take what I can and leave 2nd month..

Hw can 1man b terrorising unemployed graduates and e no b ghost.. ?

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Re: A Graduate's Painful Experience With Truerebel Fashion Company by sevantex(m): 11:14am On Oct 30, 2014
O ga!..,We graduates need to be wise/careful wit dis job hunt ish..,Desperation shuldnt over cloud ur judgement so as to avoid scam.,maltreatment.,etc. Its wierd to stay on a so called job where salary wasn't paid nd u even ran into debt of burrowin cos of it..My advice for u is to explain to ur parents.,they will shout at u but mite end up assistin u to pay d debt wn dy see dt u have truely learnt frm d experience..,Talk to ur neighbour also so u can get some time to payup..,Let us be more careful so scammers dnt play on our desperation..It is well!

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Re: A Graduate's Painful Experience With Truerebel Fashion Company by Ayoad: 3:44pm On Nov 03, 2014
This is to notify the general public that Mr. Muyiwa Folorunso, the fraudster, the scammer and the fake jewelries seller
has finally change his company name from TRUEREBEL FASHION COMPANY to FASHIONHANDS so as to continue to defraud Nigerians and unemployed graduates.

Members of the general public should be wary of this company. the company website is http://www.fashionhands.com.ng/


Regards
AY

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Re: A Graduate's Painful Experience With Truerebel Fashion Company by Ghost01(m): 5:46pm On Nov 03, 2014
Ayoad:
This is to notify the general public that Mr. Muyiwa Folorunso, the fraudster, the scammer and the fake jewelries seller
has finally change his company name from TRUEREBEL FASHION COMPANY to FASHIONHANDS so as to continue to defraud Nigerians and unemployed graduates.

Members of the general public should be wary of this company. the company website is http://www.fashionhands.com.ng/


Regards
AY
Hehehehe... This is serious!

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Re: A Graduate's Painful Experience With Truerebel Fashion Company by Nobody: 8:59pm On Nov 03, 2014
The man fit be the 666 wey christians dey expect o. Please run for your life o
Re: A Graduate's Painful Experience With Truerebel Fashion Company by iceberylin(m): 11:21am On Nov 04, 2014
Sue the modaFu*kers angry
Re: A Graduate's Painful Experience With Truerebel Fashion Company by politricks: 11:22am On Nov 04, 2014
Op thanks for this advice.This true rebel are really rebellious.I will suggest we dont let this issue die down until justice is served.
Re: A Graduate's Painful Experience With Truerebel Fashion Company by Nobody: 11:22am On Nov 04, 2014
This is sad sha.
Re: A Graduate's Painful Experience With Truerebel Fashion Company by stonemind(f): 11:24am On Nov 04, 2014
h
Re: A Graduate's Painful Experience With Truerebel Fashion Company by holatin(m): 11:24am On Nov 04, 2014
the life we live now is EAT OR EATEN.
and if this kind of frustrated graduate carry Gun go rob for bank, we go cry justice.
where is justice when he is been deceived and cheated.
Nivgeria ! I cry for thee

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Re: A Graduate's Painful Experience With Truerebel Fashion Company by stonemind(f): 11:25am On Nov 04, 2014
that's none of my business I schooled in France by the way!!!!
Re: A Graduate's Painful Experience With Truerebel Fashion Company by Nobody: 11:26am On Nov 04, 2014
Quite a read.

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Re: A Graduate's Painful Experience With Truerebel Fashion Company by wellmax(m): 11:29am On Nov 04, 2014
Wahala dey for naija
Re: A Graduate's Painful Experience With Truerebel Fashion Company by donigspain(m): 11:30am On Nov 04, 2014
[size=18pt]This is not even the thread that should make frontpage. There is another thread where TRUE REBEL replied the OP. I think that thread is more revealing.[/size] >>> https://www.nairaland.com/1970479/truth-true-rebel-fashion-company

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