Reports reaching Pulse Business suggest that customers have fallen on the company's property in Wa, which include, buses, trucks, air- conditioners, bulbs, stationery, electric and electronic appliances belonging to the company.
Duped customers of Microfinance company, DKM are scrambling over property belonging to the company.
Reports reaching Pulse Business suggest that customers have fallen on the company's properties in Wa, which include, buses, trucks, air- conditioners, bulbs, stationery, electric and electronic appliances belonging to the company.
Officials from the Sunyani District Magistrate’s Court earlier supervised the customers to break into the office of the company to seize the assets.
Reports also have it that buses belonging to DKM's Transportation business has been the main target for customers.
The court, in its judgements, gave the order for the detention and preservation of TV sets, office equipment, vehicles and other items belonging to the company in its storerooms and offices or houses of the CEO or employees of the company.
The officials said after obtaining judgements in their favour, some of the customers had filed the necessary writs to get the authority to seize items belonging to the company for auctioning.
At a garage on the Sunyani-Abesim road, four DKM-branded buses had been parked waiting for valuation and auctioning.
The owner of the garage, who pleaded anonymity, said some customers of the company had brought the buses, with registration numbers GR 5630-15, GR 5632-15, GT 4527-15 and GN 5604-14, for valuation after they were seized.
Sources say other vehicles belonging to the company have also been parked at garages within the Sunyani municipality after their seizure.