Ghanaian actress and model, Yvonne Nelson has rubbished rumours that she invested huge sums of money into Menz Gold and consequently lured people to do the same.
Menz Gold is a gold dealing company based in Ghana and has been existent in the country for some years now.
The company has its headquarters at No. 22 Dzorwulu street with other branches at Kasoa, Tema, Kanashie and Kumasi. Worthy of note is that the company is duly registered under the Ghana’s Company Act but isn’t under the Central Bank.
It is an investment company that deals with the sales and purchases, exports and storage of gold, silver and other precious stones. It makes use of a Bullion Banking System. The institution prides in being the first bullion bank in the country.
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The company promises customers a 10 percent monthly returns on capital investments made. Nana Appiah Mensah founded the Ghanaian-based company.
Trouble however broke out when the Bank of Ghana issued a notice of warning to the general public on the need to be careful and wary of any dealings with the institution as they are by and large not licensed by the Central Bank.
Consequently, the institution’s operations were shut down in September 2018. There have been wails and cries aplenty among Ghanaians as a result.
Yvonne Nelson was quick to dispatch rumours that she played a huge part in the popularity of the company. This was in response to rumours that she invested huge sums of money into the running of the institution.
Despite all of the menzgold saga and denials flying around, some have stood by the company. Maurice Ampaw, a private legal practitioner has insisted that he is a proud customer. He says he feels insisted when investors in the company are labelled as greedy.
This is coming after Finance minister, Ken Ofori Atta labelled all customers of Menzgold, greedy people.