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Over 4000 Complaints filed against Dunamiscoin, Directors to Appear before Court on Jan. 22

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Over 4000 complaints has been filed against the organization  since the collapse of the money making scheme last December according to a report by the State Prosecutor. Directors of Dunamiscoins Resources limited is to appear before the court on the 22nd of January.
According to local media, the Observer, The Directors of the organization Mary Nabunya and Samson Lwanga were charged with 65 counts for obtaining money under false pretenses on appearance before the Court on Monday the 6th, January, 2020.
The Directors were accused of operating a fraudulent scheme which resulted in the loss of investment of hundreds of persons. The 65 counts  related to obtaining money by false pretense and conspiracy to commit felony was read to the accused by Senior Grade One Magistrate Roselyn Nsenge 
Based on report from Observer, the Prosecutor told the court that between the period of February 14th and December 3, 2019 at the New Taxi Park in Kampala district, the two accused directors conspired to commit felony by obtaining money under false pretenses, an act that is against the Penal Code Act. 
The accused obtained fraudulently over $2.5million from unsuspecting victims with the promise to provide return on investment of 30% at in 21days. 
The suspects have pleaded not guilty to the charges brought against them they are to be remanded in Luzira prison till the next court day, 22nd January, 2020.
The suspects were arrested and have been in custody since the 10th of December after the collapse of the platform. Prior to the collapse of the money making sham, the organization grew in size such that it was able to set up shops in several places including Kampala, Masaka and Mbale.
Haruna Asiimwe, the lead complainant in an interview said victims were duped by the organization’s officials into investing money with the promise of earning a 30% interest in three weeks.  According to him, it came as a surprise when the company ended its operations on the 3rd of December. 
However, the firm according to a statement from Uganda Police in 2019 revealed through its Directors that they are willing to refund the money but their major accounts in Centenary bank, Stanbic bank and GTBank are frozen by the authorities. 
 

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