The Crime Alert Security Network has appealed to its existing and new investors not to expect their dividends at the end of exact 60 working days of investment.
This was revealed in a release issued by the organization’s Image Maker, Jumoke Akinwale and made available to Reporters At Large.
While revealing the mode of paying dividends, Akinwale said that all March payments would not be paid “but payments would be anchored in line with dates of investment.”
She stated that “the last payment of 17th March would be taken care of, likewise, the new investment of 18th March would be paid, and those who invested on 30th April (during the lockdown) would receive their dividends without any delay.”
The Image Maker also disclosed that the next payment would cover those invested on 4th May, reiterating that they are not paying monthly but on dates that fall within the month(s).
Akinwale appealed to investors to be calmed and continue to show interest in investment as their money and general resources in the organization are intact, saying that the promo of N5,000 for any shareholder that brings new investor to invest will still last nairas a while.
While stating the reasons that triggered the change of policy, the Image Maker disclosed that the current situation of ravaging coronavirus pestilence has done more harm to the business than good.
Akinwale stressed that they needed to go back to their drawing board for strategy and way out that would address the current issue adversely brought by COVID-19.
She said that the policy, which was initially, changed from 30 to 60 working days had to be further extended to meet up with payment of dividends.
The Image Maker revealed that the announcement of current policy is not to play upon the intelligence of both existing and new investors but adherence to the firm decision that would make things workable.
She said that investors needed to be informed and carried along as a situation of things unfolds.
Akinwale appealed to them to be calmed, patient and be rest assured that their invested resources and dividends are intact.
She enjoined them to have belief in the organization and equally admonished them to pray fervently against the ravaging pandemic and other unforeseen circumstances that may hinder the progress of the organization.