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Fraudsters capitalise on security lapses to steal, says PINCOOP boss

By Alex Monye
28 September 2022   |   12:40 am
The chief Executive officer of Paradise Investment Network Cooperative (PINCOOP), Christy Kalu, has called on Nigerians to engage in due diligence to avoid being swindled by fraudsters.

The chief Executive officer of Paradise Investment Network Cooperative (PINCOOP), Christy Kalu, has called on Nigerians to engage in due diligence to avoid being swindled by fraudsters.

Kalu said fraud and incessant dubious acts, which are trending in the society, could only be prevented when people decide to take the pains of investigating their clients, using security agencies.

Speaking on the Launch of PINCOOP cooperative at the weekend, Kalu said the establishment of the cooperative outfit to show Nigerians that the rich and poor can co-own a property in an expensive area with watertight security put in place.

“One of the reasons people fall for fraudsters in any business is because they failed to investigate every aspect of the integrity of the person or company they want to do business with. We launched PINCOOP cooperative to make the rich and poor own property in expensive areas like Ikoyi, Lekki and others in Lagos State.

“As part of showcasing the cooperative , we are also displaying how due diligence security checks must be done before getting into any contract with people by bringing the council chairman of the area where the business is located and various bodies that are saddled to protect clients during the launch of the project.

“Integrity is the watchword of every business and PINCOOP is here to serve by bringing integrity to the real estate business,” she said.

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