D9 Sports Trading Academy Club Kenya has denied reports in sections of the media linking them to fraud activities.
Speaking to the media in Nairobi, country lead consultant, Michael Kimani strongly denied the media reports terming them malicious.
“Our business in the country is legitimate and we have received reports that our competitors especially those in the financial sector and non performing multi-level marketing companies have resulted to maligning our business” said Kimani.
He assured that the company remainscommitted to its mission which is to train the best professional traders in sports events.
Kimani urged their affiliates to ignore the malicious reports and continue learning to trade in the club.
D9 Sports Trading Academy club will be celebrating one year of operation in Africa next month.
According to an article published in the Daily Nation on June 17th 2017, the club has been asking Kenyan ” Investors” to put in as much as sh200,000 on top of Sh5,500 to activate an account.
“The promise is that the one will multiply and yield some Sh17,000 per week in a category classified as gold. The purported payments are scheduled for 52 weeks, putting the total at Sh884,00” reads the article.
D9 club which is Brazilian owned, has previously been branded as a SCAM inform of a pyramid Scheme by the National Bank of Rwanda.