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The company that I've invested in holds my money.

I have invested on a company that says on their advertisment that they have a money back guarantee. But after a few years and the money that I invested grew and grew, and I want to withdraw it already, the company holds my share and told me that my account is not available. I have waited for weeks and it is stil the same.

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    Companies in Singapore advertise a lot and will lure you to them. Some are legitimate and some are not. It is best to get a background check on that company that you are investing to ensure your security and investment. If it is legit, it is best to check the terms and conditions of the investment to see if you have any violations.

    2020.03.24 15:44

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