we can't be taken for granted! Chequepoint!

Getting Chequepoint to fulfil it's pledged social duties. Remittances to families, friends and loved ones are mostly entrusted through reliable and recognized institutions. Nowadays with many of such institutions offering attractive incentives, we should at all times deem it necessary to be careful in selecting a more trustworthy and reliable institution to deal with. Do not get conned. Money transfer is a very lucrative business reaping large profits! We must also at all times keep track of their impeccable records and ensure that they keep to their promises! One of such institutions offering money transfer services to Ghanaians & Nigerians mostly in the EU is Chequepoint. (see logo) Many people transacted with Chequepoint due to several social responsibility activities they proclaimed to be carrying out in Ghana. Chequepoint claims of sponsoring an orphanage and a mentally retarded boy through monthly remittances. This promise had an unexpected short lifespan of only 6-months contrary to the 5-year contract they had signed. Our research can confirm that this organisation has failed woefully to fulfil it�s promise leading to a successful court action brought against them in The Netherlands. Pending the execution of this judgment, we advice all persons still wishing to transact with Chequepoint to remind it�s agents and insist that pledges made to the poor orphans and mentally retarded boy whom they have deceived and given false hope at the benefit of their business successes are fulfilled! It is our aim to ensure that promises made especially to these poor persons are fulfilled without further delay. Join this cause by signing here. For more information, e-mail to chequepoint@sankofatelevision.com

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