Nigeria’s leading cryptocurrency trader Linus Williams Ifejika, chairman of Blord Group, has been using every opportunity to set the record straight about the legitimacy of his cryptocurrency business.
He recently declares on his one million-follower Instagram account, @blord_official: “We are Africa’s biggest crypto vendor and we buy bulk BTC. I don’t have Facebook, I don’t have Twitter. Some complaints are better explained physically. Dear customers, If you have any dispute with our customer service, our office is widely open for you. At Shop A5, A6. A7 and A8 Ifemelumna Plaza, Okpono, Awka, Anambra State. from Monday to Saturday, we are open 7 am to 5 pm.”
Blord decries the negative trend by trolls who slander on social media by making false accusations.
“I have all my stores in one location. So I don’t see any reason why I will scam someone when I can’t even run or hide. Nobody has ever come to my office face to face to say I scam them. All they do is talk bullshit on the comment section just to kill my reputation,” he posts.
According to him: “If anyone has evidence of any proof, come to my office with your proof. We are trusted by thousands of our customers, that is why we have become the biggest bitcoin trader in Nigeria and Africa. Out customers base wouldn’t have grown if what we are doing is defrauding people of their hard-earned money.”
Blord, who is also into other businesses, including owning B-lord luxury store and recently, branching into real estate, avowed that, all his businesses are duly registered and each open to scrutiny. He writes: “I have nothing to hide from the law or the public. I value my peace of mind. Neither me nor all who work for me will compromise our work ethics in any way. And that is why I say it boldly that if you have any complain, come to our office and you can be sure the issue will be promptly attended to and resolved.”