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Re: Rema Was Scammed By Brisk Capital Investment by Teejay13(m): 12:30pm On May 26
Nigerians will never learn in the easy way, always prefare to learn the hard way!

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Re: Rema Was Scammed By Brisk Capital Investment by kenyguy(m): 12:30pm On May 26
Greed
Re: Rema Was Scammed By Brisk Capital Investment by Farki: 12:32pm On May 26
Scammed? grin

Rema collected money to promote, this one na damage control because if he was scammed he would have shouted since.

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Re: Rema Was Scammed By Brisk Capital Investment by Kingpele(m): 12:32pm On May 26
Sorry ooo
Re: Rema Was Scammed By Brisk Capital Investment by pickatyouu: 12:36pm On May 26
Why dem no go scam una.
60% roi and you all believed it would last long.

Even crypto wey fit give you such roi no dey reliable cos of its volatility.

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Re: Rema Was Scammed By Brisk Capital Investment by africandollar: 12:38pm On May 26
mrkels:
Latest reports reaching us has confirmed that the popular Nigerian artist Divine Ikubor, known professionally as Rema, is also a victim of the Ponzi scheme orchestrated by the 21- year old fraudster CEO of Brisk Capital Investment Dominic Joshua Ngene .

According to our inside source , B*oty Bounce Coroner , REMA invested a huge amount of cash in the scheme and has been heart broken since the company refused paying investors their return on investment.

Another source says they have known each other for a while and this is evident in the fact that both of them follow each other on social media platforms .

It is widely believed that with the help of REMA , other elite artists invested in this scheme and the reported amount currently lost is way smaller than what is currently outstanding to pay out investors .

The 21-year-old man, who claimed to be an investment banking expert, has been arrested by Special Fraud Unit (SFU) of Lagos state police command for diverting investors’ funds worth over N2 billion.

The suspect named Dominic Joshua Ngene, who is the managing director of an investment company, Brisk Capital Limited, was arrested following petitions to the unit by several investors and after verified intelligence gathered on his activities including banking records emerged, DailyTrust reports.

Joshua, who is a native of Ebonyi state but was bred in Cross River state, operates from Uyo, Akwa Ibom State capital, according to police.

CP Anderson Bankole, who is in charge of Police Special Fraud Unit (PSFU), in a statement, said the suspect lured his victims on social media platforms such as Instagram, Facebook and Linkedin, as well as via newspaper publications.

In the publications, the suspect claimed to be a financial investor of repute and that he managed funds for over 100 individuals and companies.

The CP explained that the victims were conned to invest in Bitcoin, forex trading, real estate and oil and gas with a promise of prompt and accurate 60 per cent Return on Investment (ROI) per month on every sum invested, plus a guarantee of the invested principal.

At this point we can only hope that he and every other scam artist including MAXWELL ODUM of MBA FOREX who took advantage of gullible Nigerians before and during the pandemic are brought to justice .





https://twitter.com/luxlyangels/status/1397346678898823170?s=21

Coroner or Undertaker?! grin grin grin
Re: Rema Was Scammed By Brisk Capital Investment by slyfoxxjoe(m): 12:39pm On May 26
I can forgive Rema..he's a small boy too. But any adult over 25 who fell for that 60% ROI scam deserves to lose their money.

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Re: Rema Was Scammed By Brisk Capital Investment by Rocboy112: 12:42pm On May 26
adewumiopeyemi:
What is the envidence rema was involve he may just be following randomly am very sure he cant take that foolish decison by investing on it
Dont mind Rema he was doing advertisement for the company before ,so he now changed to been scammed when the whole thing was a scam company

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Re: Rema Was Scammed By Brisk Capital Investment by Charlie2020(f): 12:43pm On May 26
Macelliot:
Your TIME are up.


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Investment seems to be SCAMS in Nigeria.

No investment is safe any longer.
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Re: Rema Was Scammed By Brisk Capital Investment by shegzy0514(m): 12:43pm On May 26
Macelliot:
Your TIME are up.


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Investment seems to be SCAMS in Nigeria.

No investment is safe any longer.

Obaforex are still paying

U can add this one opulent
Re: Rema Was Scammed By Brisk Capital Investment by UDUJ(m): 12:44pm On May 26
slyfoxxjoe:
I can forgive Rema..he's a small boy too. But any adult over 25 who fell for that 60% ROI scam deserves to lose their money.

Any adult who believes in any investment that promises 60% ROI monthly deserves to be flogged in the market square and excommunicated for utter foolishness.

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Re: Rema Was Scammed By Brisk Capital Investment by xtervaganza(m): 12:45pm On May 26
adewumiopeyemi:
What is the envidence rema was involve he may just be following randomly am very sure he cant take that foolish decison by investing on it
rema actually posted online that he got paid by this guy. What you're seeing now is a desperate attempt to save face

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Re: Rema Was Scammed By Brisk Capital Investment by Kennyking1234: 12:51pm On May 26
D
Re: Rema Was Scammed By Brisk Capital Investment by Antoeni(m): 12:52pm On May 26
What Greed Causes
Re: Rema Was Scammed By Brisk Capital Investment by PeaceJoyLove: 12:53pm On May 26
mrkels:
Latest reports reaching us has confirmed that the popular Nigerian artist Divine Ikubor, known professionally as Rema, is also a victim of the Ponzi scheme orchestrated by the 21- year old fraudster CEO of Brisk Capital Investment Dominic Joshua Ngene .

According to our inside source , B*oty Bounce Coroner , REMA invested a huge amount of cash in the scheme and has been heart broken since the company refused paying investors their return on investment.

Another source says they have known each other for a while and this is evident in the fact that both of them follow each other on social media platforms .

It is widely believed that with the help of REMA , other elite artists invested in this scheme and the reported amount currently lost is way smaller than what is currently outstanding to pay out investors .

The 21-year-old man, who claimed to be an investment banking expert, has been arrested by Special Fraud Unit (SFU) of Lagos state police command for diverting investors’ funds worth over N2 billion.

The suspect named Dominic Joshua Ngene, who is the managing director of an investment company, Brisk Capital Limited, was arrested following petitions to the unit by several investors and after verified intelligence gathered on his activities including banking records emerged, DailyTrust reports.

Joshua, who is a native of Ebonyi state but was bred in Cross River state, operates from Uyo, Akwa Ibom State capital, according to police.

CP Anderson Bankole, who is in charge of Police Special Fraud Unit (PSFU), in a statement, said the suspect lured his victims on social media platforms such as Instagram, Facebook and Linkedin, as well as via newspaper publications.

In the publications, the suspect claimed to be a financial investor of repute and that he managed funds for over 100 individuals and companies.

The CP explained that the victims were conned to invest in Bitcoin, forex trading, real estate and oil and gas with a promise of prompt and accurate 60 per cent Return on Investment (ROI) per month on every sum invested, plus a guarantee of the invested principal.

At this point we can only hope that he and every other scam artist including MAXWELL ODUM of MBA FOREX who took advantage of gullible Nigerians before and during the pandemic are brought to justice .
https://twitter.com/luxlyangels/status/1397346678898823170?s=21

21 years old in Nigeria an expert in investment banking? grin Investors are fo.olish. 21 years old calls himself an expert in investment banking and you accepted it. I can't believe this..lol.

21 years old as an innovative startups is excellent. In fact, they are minds I always look out for. They are sharp, they know what comes out fast. But an investment banking expert? grin grin

Most likely the boy moved huge amount to trade forex and crypto. Of course, the boy would have had some successes back, but it seems things went South. This is where the experience of investment banking comes in. He has zero experience in such.

I think I need to start a Consultancy agency on detailed forensic investment investigation before losing your money. grin But funny, these people will never go for such. It's only Hushpuppi and Invictus' brain kind of "fast fast" "sharp sharp" "huge huge" "large large" profit they scout for grin

Please, Think Big, Start Small. Not everything is "sharp sharp".

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Re: Rema Was Scammed By Brisk Capital Investment by AfroKnight: 12:56pm On May 26

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Re: Rema Was Scammed By Brisk Capital Investment by Cutie09(m): 12:56pm On May 26
mrkels:
Latest reports reaching us has confirmed that the popular Nigerian artist Divine Ikubor, known professionally as Rema, is also a victim of the Ponzi scheme orchestrated by the 21- year old fraudster CEO of Brisk Capital Investment Dominic Joshua Ngene .

According to our inside source , B*oty Bounce Coroner , REMA invested a huge amount of cash in the scheme and has been heart broken since the company refused paying investors their return on investment.

Another source says they have known each other for a while and this is evident in the fact that both of them follow each other on social media platforms .

It is widely believed that with the help of REMA , other elite artists invested in this scheme and the reported amount currently lost is way smaller than what is currently outstanding to pay out investors .

The 21-year-old man, who claimed to be an investment banking expert, has been arrested by Special Fraud Unit (SFU) of Lagos state police command for diverting investors’ funds worth over N2 billion.

The suspect named Dominic Joshua Ngene, who is the managing director of an investment company, Brisk Capital Limited, was arrested following petitions to the unit by several investors and after verified intelligence gathered on his activities including banking records emerged, DailyTrust reports.

Joshua, who is a native of Ebonyi state but was bred in Cross River state, operates from Uyo, Akwa Ibom State capital, according to police.

CP Anderson Bankole, who is in charge of Police Special Fraud Unit (PSFU), in a statement, said the suspect lured his victims on social media platforms such as Instagram, Facebook and Linkedin, as well as via newspaper publications.

In the publications, the suspect claimed to be a financial investor of repute and that he managed funds for over 100 individuals and companies.

The CP explained that the victims were conned to invest in Bitcoin, forex trading, real estate and oil and gas with a promise of prompt and accurate 60 per cent Return on Investment (ROI) per month on every sum invested, plus a guarantee of the invested principal.

At this point we can only hope that he and every other scam artist including MAXWELL ODUM of MBA FOREX who took advantage of gullible Nigerians before and during the pandemic are brought to justice .



https://twitter.com/luxlyangels/status/1397346678898823170?s=21

60% on your investment for how long? If it is too good to be true dont try it. Chai 2billion is not small change oooo. I wish this dude dey better country him for use him brain help people instead of scamming God help naija
Re: Rema Was Scammed By Brisk Capital Investment by AfroKnight: 12:57pm On May 26
adewumiopeyemi:
What is the envidence rema was involve he may just be following randomly am very sure he cant take that foolish decison by investing on it

https://twitter.com/yinkaa_gbolahan/status/1397206946307002371?s=21

He actually claimed he was paid.
Re: Rema Was Scammed By Brisk Capital Investment by pansophist(m): 1:01pm On May 26
A 21 years old boy scheming tricks to defraud clients up to the amount of 2B naira. Damn. Thats one hell of a smart dude. If you will at least steal, let the prize be capable of transforming your generations, not 5k thief that agbero will subject you to public beating and street lynching.

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Re: Rema Was Scammed By Brisk Capital Investment by Adakintroy: 1:03pm On May 26
The people themselves have decayed not only goverment.

21yrs old fraudstar.
Re: Rema Was Scammed By Brisk Capital Investment by urchcoded(m): 1:03pm On May 26
I don't believe rema was scammed. Rather he's just saying it to avoid being seen as an accomplice to the scammer which I think he actually is. Make una wise up. If rema invested in that shit, he'll be the first person to get paid so that he'll give positive feedback about the scheme.

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Re: Rema Was Scammed By Brisk Capital Investment by Ferdinandu(m): 1:09pm On May 26
Macelliot:
Your TIME are up.


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Investment seems to be SCAMS in Nigeria.

No investment is safe any longer.
it is not scam. All the above mentioned are never an investment company, they are just vehicle for scam. An investment that pays you an average of 25% ROI annually can be described as one of the best investment in the whole world but Greedy Nigerians want what can pay them 100% ROI monthly and they are calling it investment. They should just go and buy gun and start robbing or kidnapping

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Re: Rema Was Scammed By Brisk Capital Investment by ThatFairGuy: 1:19pm On May 26
What is REMA

He's also a scammer so it doesn't concern us

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Re: Rema Was Scammed By Brisk Capital Investment by slaypapa: 1:26pm On May 26
Macelliot:
Your TIME are up.


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E.t.c

Investment seems to be SCAMS in Nigeria.

No investment is safe any longer.
Pls do you know
Dbest avl investment?
They refuse paying too, theirs is only 10% ROI
Re: Rema Was Scammed By Brisk Capital Investment by Runx: 1:30pm On May 26
People in my area are shocked to see this boy for what has become of him. He grew up in Calabar, his mother owns a small provision shop along my street. That shop has not opened for two months now, it may be a consequence of what has befallen the boy's mother. I heard he recently bought his mum a car and is building an estate somewhere. This boy is barely out of his teens and never known for thief in the area, he might have been misguided by his peers with a laptop and free investment apps floating around webspace, well opportunity has presented itself and his youthful days will be spent in jail.

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Re: Rema Was Scammed By Brisk Capital Investment by Starzo: 1:31pm On May 26
Farki:
Scammed? grin

Rema collected money to promote, this one na damage control because if he was scammed he would have shouted since.
u dey my mind
Re: Rema Was Scammed By Brisk Capital Investment by Revolva(m): 1:34pm On May 26
21 years don get mind de think of becoming a billionaire with people money.....i no blame am I blame all these motivational speakers wey don over give these newbie hope...too much

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Re: Rema Was Scammed By Brisk Capital Investment by Muhylonaire007: 1:40pm On May 26
Sysdatek:
Lol
Learn trading on your own
You no go gree
Na 30 percent you dey fjnd
When you want to teach them how to trade. They will day its hard
Only to throw billions to these "experts"


I want to learn o... But the learning fee you people collect is way too much na
Re: Rema Was Scammed By Brisk Capital Investment by EMAXIM(m): 1:45pm On May 26
How people come up with stupid post baffle's me, op how did you know that Rema investested into it? You just want to create a thread.
Re: Rema Was Scammed By Brisk Capital Investment by adonainana: 1:53pm On May 26
inoki247:
lol if Buhari sef loose guard d crop of Youth we have will Scam him....

Them go tell him submit our Foreign reserve nd give him monthly 60 percent Roi Monthly....

But I don’t think anyone can scam Buhari or apc in this Nigeria, remember these people promised $1- 1 naira, lead from front to end insecurity... omo it will be a tough battle sha but I think Buhari dementia would give him more of an advantage

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