Eversend, a leading financial technology company, has recently become aware of a fraudulent scheme in Ghana misusing our brand in television ads promoting what is clearly a pyramid scheme. Eversend has no association, endorsement, or involvement with this scheme or the parties promoting it.
Eversend is deeply committed to the trust and safety of our users and the broader community. We have always maintained the highest standards of integrity and transparency in all our operations. It’s distressing to see our brand being misused in such a deceptive manner.
Key Points to Note:
- Eversend is not affiliated with any schemes or promotions asking the public to send money to receive larger sums instantly.
- We urge the public to exercise caution and not engage with these ads or send money to any mobile money numbers associated with this fraudulent scheme.
- Anyone who comes across these misleading ads or has any information about this scam should report it to the local authorities and Eversend’s customer support.
Steps Taken by Eversend:
- We have consulted with legal counsel and are taking appropriate legal actions against the responsible parties.
- We are contacting TV channels airing these ads, requesting an immediate halt in their broadcast.
- We are in continuous communication with the local police in Ghana.
- Always verify any promotional offers related to Eversend through our official channels, including verified social media.
- Be wary of unsolicited messages or offers that sound too good to be true. It’s essential to understand that any scheme promising quick and significant returns with minimal investment or risk is always fraudulent.
- Reach out to Eversend’s official and verified customer support channels for any queries or clarifications.
Eversend deeply values the trust our users place in us. We are taking all necessary steps to address this issue and prevent such incidents in the future. We thank our community for their continued support and vigilance.