Chief Executive Officer of Menzgold Ghana, Nana Appiah Mensah [NAM 1] has urged customers of Menzgold to continue to do business with the company online to realise more extra value.
Speaking on Zylofone FM earlier today, he said: “From today onwards, we’re pleading with everyone: whether you have an outstanding extra value with Menzgold or you don’t have, you should all migrate onto the online [Menzgold website].
“If you have an outstanding extra value with Menzgold, all you have to do is to go to Menzgold office, they’ll migrate for you without paying anything.”
According to him, when customers migrate onto the online, it will ensure that Menzgold business continues for customers to also continue to realise more returns from their investments.
Nana Appiah, however, indicated that on Friday, November 9, 2018, the company will commence the 15 per cent payment of principal investment promised customers who wish to ‘genuinely’ discontinue doing business with Menzgold.
Customers’ interests in trading in gold, according to him, was due to the fact that they wanted to earn profit at the end of every month to live a good life. Hence, the need to continue to do business with Menzgold “as the company bounces back like it used to be.”
“Business, is when a lot of people put their ‘little monies’ together. But if everyone comes for his or her money, there’ll be no business, and the country will also lose money,” he stated.
Nana Appiah further indicated that as a developing country, that needs more taxes to develop, he feels that“the best option under the circumstance”is to get appropriate measures put in place for the business [Menzgold] to continue.
In the coming year, he said, there are a lot of measures being put in place to make the company stronger.
According to the Menzgold CEO, when customers comply with the migration process onto the online trading platform, as soon as possible, by early December, their extra value would start accruing which would give them some financial freedom this Christmas.
By: O. Y. Addofoh|Theprobegh.com|Ghana