FRAUD ALERT UPDATE! Bamise Ajetunmobi [investment Fraud]

Mr Bamise Samson Ajetunmobi And His Image Lenders Story. What I have learned so far:

1) Bamise Samson was a quiet banker who quietly did his job as a Zenith bank staff. He was with the bank for 8 years before he left to start his Image lenders startup in 2016.Before he joined the bank, he was a graduate of Banking and Finance, from Madonna University Okija.

2) When Bamise set up his business in 2016, his first customers were his former colleagues, he was able to convince his colleagues in the bank to trust him with their funds in lieu of a 10 % monthly ROI payment. His first investors saw their money paid promptly on time, those investors helped the young alleged scammer to spread the word that there is a new king in town who is trustworthy and a breath of fresh air. Before one could say, Jack Robinson, Investors started flocking around Bamise with their money in lieu of a regular monthly payment from his company. Even branch managers of commercial banks flocked to Bamise with their life savings. Zenith bank staff were his marketers and foot soldiers.A lot of them convinced customers that they were managing their account to invest with Bamise. Because of this headstart of having your former colleagues in Zenith bank brought and convinced customers for your business, Bamise did not invest in media branding neither did he need social media influencers to influence for him online.This is why his business was not popular on social media, only few people like myself knew about his business before now. I knew him before now because a zenith bank staff told myself and Ndiya Baykay Eze Eze about him.Bamise’s phone rang non stop from investors, convinced by his former colleagues in the bank and those callers want to invest their money with him so what is he doing with social media influencers?

3) Seeing that his fortunes and investors money with him have quadrupled, Bamise went to lure his old colleagues at Zenith bank to join him in his new startup. He poached a lot of Zenith bank staff by offering mouth-watering salaries they could not resist and most times, double of what they earned at Zenith bank. Because of this, a lot of Zenith bank staff resigned in droves to join Bamise in his wild goose chase and to be fair to them, they did not know what they are signed up for.He needed the validation that Zenith bank staff are working for his startup, to convince investors that he was real. Boy! Bamise paid crazy salary salaries to his former colleagues who resigned to join him. Imagine earning 200k per month in Zenith bank only for Bamise to offer to pay you 1 million naira. You don hit gold mine be that.

4) With his consistent monthly payment to his investors, Bamise had this brainwave: why not open Image lenders office abroad to cater for Nigerians in the diaspora who have been making enquiries on how to invest with his business in lieu of monthly ROI payment? Image Lenders offices in China, Ghana, Dubai, South Africa and London were born and these offices were set up to attend to only Nigerians in diaspora who wish to invest in his business with their funds for monthly payment.

5) As the investor’s money with him grew, to an excess of $ 50 million dollars at the last count, the young man knew he had to change his lifestyle to reflect his new status. He bought a duplex at Ned Okonkwo’s Victoria crest project in Lekki Lagos and paid cash up front, he is now a big boy so money is not a problem.The only problem is how to spend it. He also bought a house in UK and Dubai, to reflect his new status as a billionaire.

6) To also reflect his status as a man of means, a man of Timbre and calibre, Bamise also bought a citizenship passport of Antigua and Barbuda for his wife, himself and his two kids.He paid over $50,000 to be able to do this, my sauce told me.

7) Bamise loves God as he worships at Sam Adeyemi’s Daystar Church. He was even a worker with the church and does not miss Sunday service except he is not in Lagos. As a child of God, his monthly tithe runs into millions of naira and was one of the biggest spenders in Sam Adeyemi’s churchGod has blessed his hustle so he needs to show his gratitude by giving back generously to the church and he did on a scale never seen before.

8)Elevation Church in Lekki was one of his investors. Godman Akinlabi, the senior pastor of the church invested over 500 million naira with Bamise in lieu of a 10 % monthly payment. Bamise was consistent in payment to the pastor and other investors who invested with him till he disappeared last month.

9) Bamise was a sweet talker, his innocent looks, his love for God and the fact he has a background in finance influenced his investors to trust him with their money.

10) At the end of the day, the monthly ROI payment was not sustainable and the fact that Bamise was living a luxurious life on Investors funds, so the business with so much promise crashed like a pack of cards, just like other Ponzi businesses before it.

11) Piggyvest has nothing to do this with failed Ponzi scheme business that Bamise ran so I don’t know why some of us are spreading the false news that Piggyvest invested over 2 Billion with Bamise, causing panic for Piggyvest customers. It is not good ooo.

12)Such a sad story. I hope that Bamise and his fleeing wife are tracked down soon so that they can refund the investors the money that they ran away with.Attached in the picture is Bamise, his dear beloved wife and his beloved pastor, Sam Adeyimi of Daystar church.

Written by Chukwudi Iwuchukwu

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3 thoughts on “FRAUD ALERT UPDATE! Bamise Ajetunmobi [investment Fraud]”

  1. Ayara oluwanifemi

    We do say “HUMAN BEING are not perfect”
    If He is to be God fearing , a God fearing soul would not have done that because if he has the courage to refund the investors he would had done that . The little you have doesn’t mean you won’t move to the next level.

    Don’t let your fear stop you from failure because it leads to a greater success.

  2. We all just need to be more circumspect when it comes to investment matters. No doubt the pressure to maximize our funds increases during periods of economic downturns, such as these times. Let’s stay alert.

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