A Letter from one of Glory Osei and Muyiwa Folorunsho victim
I happen to be a fresh graduate who was desperate to get a job and never wanted to stay at home. I came across a job advert for the position of a communication executive, which I applied and was called for an interview and later got the job with TRUEREBEL FASHION COMPANY.
I was so happy that I got the Job but my parents were against the job and refused to support me with 20k for transportation which I asked for. So I had to borrow 20k from my neighbor which I hope to pay at the end of the month after my salary might have been paid.
At the end of the month I was not paid. I pleaded with my neighbour to exercise patient till the following month & also collected another 15k for transportation for the second month. When the second month ended, I was not still paid. So I started dodging my neighbour.
The CEO Mr. Muyiwa Folorunsho ask us to come to work one Saturday without extra pay, which wasn’t part of our agreement. So we didn’t go. The following Monday morning he came with some uniform men with AK.47 to match us out of the office without paying me my salary.
Now Truerebel Fashion Company has turned me an enemy against my neighbor whom I have not been able to pay. He has also turned me an enemy against my parent. When I look back, my heart is always filled with regret and pain.
What makes me cry is the fact that I was used as an instrument by the company to strip Nigerians Unclad of their hard earned foreign exchange, defraud unsuspecting Nigerians and sell fake jewelries while his other staffs in other companies sold fake lands in Lagos. I was only used as an accomplices.
Nigerian graduates, please beware of this scammer.
I had to sell my laptop to offset my debt and since 2014. They have refused to pay me my salary. I have left it in the hands of God.
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