HUNDREDS OF customers of the defunct micro finance company, DKM, have started besieging the head office of the company in Sunyani, the Brong-Ahafo Regional capital, to check their validated names as posted by the official liquidator of the company.
DAILY GUIDE gathered that though the list was posted on the main building of the company late last Saturday, most customers got wind of it on Sunday and started rushing there after church services to check their names.
The list, which is titled, “DKM Diamond Micro Finance Limited in Official Liquidation Validated Depositor Claims Investments, Sunyani Branch,” has a total of 6,541 names comprising customers in Sunyani and its environs only. The list is sub-headed as Number, Rim Number, First Name, Last Name, Account Number, Account Type, DKM Branch, Recipient Bank and Payment Dates.
Most customers seemed happy to have found their names in the list but were worried about specific details and identities.
For instance, a customer by name Kofi Yeboah who spoke to DAILY GUIDE, said he found the name Kofi Yeboah more than seven times and could not be sure whether he is the one or not.
He complained of lack of personal telephone numbers, though they were attached to the receipts requested by the liquidator when they were asked to submit names and receipts.
Another equally worrying thing for them is that they do not know whether they are going to get their full deposits or not because it was not stated.
One of them said he has three names – Ernest Koomson Ato – but he could only find Koomson Ato and so was not sure whether it is his name. These and other anomalies are what some of the customers seem to be worried about, though most of them wore smiling faces.
Dates of payments of their investments are said to be from 17th October to 2nd November, 2016.
Source: Daily Guide
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