When you operate a business that piss off so many people, yet evades to answer them this is likely the things you get.
By ZAIHAN MOHAMED YUSOF
THEY came to demand answers and they were in no mood to take no for an answer.
So they marched up to two Caucasian men who were having a smoke and surrounded them.
The group of 11 men and one woman wanted to talk to one of the Caucasian men regarding their investments.
But the conversation outside Profitable Group’s Stanley Street office in Shenton Way soon spiralled out of control into a shouting match. There was even some pushing.
Mr Nordmann told the group: “Calm down.Why don’t you e-mail me your individual cases?”
His suggestion was not only instantly rejected, but it also upset some of the investors.
Said one of them, who gave his name only as Chris: “We have been e-mailing you for the last one year. Stop treating us as though we do not exist.”
This was when Mr Nordmann invited the group to go up to the firm’s office to discuss the matter.
The day’s confrontation had its beginnings with the group’s investments with Profitable Group between 2006 and 2009.
“I have invested more than $180,000… Enough is enough, I’m willing to forfeit my returns so long as the company pay me back the money I have put in,” he said.
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