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Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by Scarfin(m): 12:56pm On Jun 09
The easiest due diligence you can do on any farm is to find their FARM since they said they're farmers.

The next is office address.

Do one plus one on your findings.

I don't want to rain on anybody's parade, but I prefer to name the farms I have confirmed myself. At least even if they're scammers, they're not robbing their fraudulence on your face.

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Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by Scarfin(m): 1:00pm On Jun 09
tunene:
The relationship between Farmsponsor and Vestpay is still not very clear.
Farmsponsor communications keeps mentioning farmsponsor not any mention of vestpay. Now, they want people to transfer their investment in farmsponsor short term to Agroestate also without mentioning investments on Vestpay.

If anyone understand this relationship, please share especially if it was discussed during the last meeting.

Vestpay or vestbank or vest whatever is an app by farmsponsor.
That's where their investments are easily seen n purchased. Goohdooh, etc..
I did a due diligence on farmsponsor in February and met only dead ends.
Lol!
Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by Acidosis(m): 2:57pm On Jun 09
Omo, this clown wants to build the biggest mall in Nigeria on 100% investor funds.


Do we still have Eatrich investors on this platform?

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Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by GLLady: 3:09pm On Jun 09
Yes ,with pending payment ageing 1 week now.

Acidosis:


Omo, this clown wants to build the biggest mall in Nigeria on 100% investor funds.


Do we still have Eatrich investors on this platform?
Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by Acidosis(m): 3:18pm On Jun 09
GLLady:
Yes ,with pending payment ageing 1 week now.


You will be paid but the future looks dark...very very dark.


That dude needs to be stopped and tamed now! He's obviously running m.ad.

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Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by Skidee: 4:17pm On Jun 09
I got my first part payment alert of a bimonthly ROI from Foxygreen today.

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Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by Whalesss: 8:43pm On Jun 09
Skidee:

I got my first part payment alert of a bimonthly ROI from Foxygreen today.

Congratulations. This is some good news after the shocker from Farmsponsor. I'm expecting mine in about 1 week from now.

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Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by Ficco(m): 9:45pm On Jun 09
[quote author=Skidee post=102548135]
I got my first part payment alert of a bimonthly ROI from Foxygreen today.[/quotes]

Congrats. What a relief. I expect mine by June ending.
I pray the good farms meet the SEC regulations.

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Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by Aim07(f): 9:53pm On Jun 09
GLLady:
Are you for real.
When was your payment due?

I was even called if I'll like to roll over,me that I'm expecting my fund!

I hope this doesn't go an unpleasant way.

Yes o, true as it is.
Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by Gammfreak(m): 2:22am On Jun 10
[quote author=Ficco post=102558394][/quote]
Yes but where u wan make dem see 100million...na sec cause all this
Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by Gammfreak(m): 2:24am On Jun 10
Petyprince:
Are you sick?

SEC caused nothing, they are all Ponzi Schemes which must collapse one day.

This is just the beginning!

I've been saying this that one by one these Ponzi Schemes will fall.



Yes but where u wan make dem see 100million...na sec cause all this
Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by Petyprince: 3:38am On Jun 10
Gammfreak:


Yes but where u wan make dem see 100million...na sec cause all this
Why talk like a Child?

What is 100million to these companies?

When most make over 100million weekly from Crowdfunding!

SEC caused nothing these Fraudsters operate Ponzi Schemes. Ponzi Schemes are bound to fail one day, no matter how long they last. If you have no knowledge of what a Ponzi scheme is google is your friend. It's not my duty to educate you.

Please if you have no knowledge of these companies remain mute.

I even thought i was talking to someone that has knowledge of what's happening!

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Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by Resurgent2016: 5:46am On Jun 10
Acidosis:


Omo, this clown wants to build the biggest mall in Nigeria on 100% investor funds.


Do we still have Eatrich investors on this platform?

Bros,I see , I run, I no look back grin

Today they are trading corn, tomorrow it is money for cooperative, next tomorrow it is fish farm........I wish them the best though
Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by okwypascal: 6:57am On Jun 10
Who noticed piggyvest have increased back their interest rate for piggybank and target, 10 and 9% per annum respectively.

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Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by semmyk(m): 8:48am On Jun 10
Thanks for the update. Long overdue
okwypascal:
Who noticed piggyvest have increased back their interest rate for piggybank and target, 10 and 9% per annum respectively.
Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by Sezua(m): 10:16am On Jun 10
Acidosis:


Omo, this clown wants to build the biggest mall in Nigeria on 100% investor funds.


Do we still have Eatrich investors on this platform?

Where is he building the Mall? I seriously feel like Eatrich is a bubble - a lot of these Agrotechs are. Eatrich is just being stupid and their business model is definitely not sustainable in the long run
Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by Acidosis(m): 10:26am On Jun 10
Resurgent2016:


Bros,I see , I run, I no look back grin

Today they are trading corn, tomorrow it is money for cooperative, next tomorrow it is fish farm........I wish them the best though

Lol, thank God. Current investors will be paid though but I don't see them surviving November 2021.
Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by GLLady: 10:29am On Jun 10
Aim07:


Yes o, true as it is.

I'm happy for you �

Mine is yet to come through still
Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by joey150(m): 10:30am On Jun 10
Acidosis:


Lol, thank God. Current investors will be paid though but I don't see them surviving November 2021.

November 2021? Did they officially say this?
Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by Acidosis(m): 10:33am On Jun 10
Sezua:


Where is he building the Mall? I seriously feel like Eatrich is a bubble - a lot of these Agrotechs are. Eatrich is just being stupid and their business model is definitely not sustainable in the long run

Alimosho in Lagos.

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Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by Acidosis(m): 10:35am On Jun 10
joey150:


November 2021? Did they officially say this?


Nope, that's my projection. The way they've been calling people to reinvest, delaying payments and launching new deals every market days are enough pointers that the end is near.

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Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by Acidosis(m): 10:39am On Jun 10
How can you tell people to invest in a mall you haven't even laid the foundation, yet promise to pay returns in 4 months, 6 months??


This Eatrich guy will ultimately spend a lot of time in jail. Entrepreneurship is not ma.dness!
Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by kemi21: 11:42am On Jun 10
Please is there any Payfarmer recovery group. I am yet to be paid.
Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by Joyful1: 12:04pm On Jun 10
All cleared. Thanks for listening.

MummyIMadeIt:


Would love to hear from you after some days on the outcome, if it persists then sure will do.
Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by Sezua(m): 12:18pm On Jun 10
Acidosis:


Alimosho in Lagos.

Please, where in Alimosho? Because i live in Alimosho.
Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by Acidosis(m): 12:35pm On Jun 10
Sezua:


Please, where in Alimosho? Because i live in Alimosho.

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Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by Sezua(m): 12:58pm On Jun 10
[quote author=Acidosis post=102576192][/quote]

Nawa oh. Okay. Please how will the investors in this mall get paid? From rents or what? Because Igando already has a lot of malls like this. Omo, I just dey siddon look. If i can pul out my investments that are due na to just siddon look for now with regards to Agrictechs.

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Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by joey150(m): 2:00pm On Jun 10
Acidosis:



Nope, that's my projection. The way they've been calling people to reinvest, delaying payments and launching new deals every market days are enough pointers that the end is near.

Okay. But, I meant did farmsponsor themselves say they were going to settle investors by November?
Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by GLLady: 2:49pm On Jun 10
joey150:


Okay. But, I meant did farmsponsor themselves say they were going to settle investors by November?

The comment the referred to was about Eatrich , hence the response as well

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Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by Gammfreak(m): 4:18pm On Jun 10
Petyprince:
Why talk like a Child?

What is 100million to these companies?

When most make over 100million weekly from Crowdfunding!

SEC caused nothing these Fraudsters operate Ponzi Schemes. Ponzi Schemes are bound to fail one day, no matter how long they last. If you have no knowledge of what a Ponzi scheme is google is your friend. It's not my duty to educate you.

Please if you have no knowledge of these companies remain mute.

I even thought i was talking to someone that has knowledge of what's happening!

You that is not a child....do u think most of this companies can afford 100million per year and still b able to gv investors 30%?
Guy be realistic....u dey naija

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Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by vonnelixir: 4:21pm On Jun 10
Gammfreak:


You that is not a child....do u think most of this companies can afford 100million per year and still b able to gv investors 30%?
Guy be realistic....u dey naija

Asin ehee, u talk my mind....they should be other criteria in order to meet up or the amount should be reduced to enable it to be realistic.... Most of these companies are going offline simply BC they can't afford it.

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