Tuesday, 07 August 2012 12:57
A trader who was reported earlier legitimate investor of the Aman Group Philippines Incorporated (AGPI) has clarified issues raised by another trader in Pagadian City in connection with the illegal transactions by “bogus” investors using the group business name.
“I would like to clarify about the issue. I am Shirly Balili, the wife of Eliezer Balili, we would like to clear that we’re bringing Aman in Zamboanga City. That is not true,” Shirly Balili, the former Aman investor, said in an interview.
Although she has a direct selling business in Pagadian City, Balili said she is just one of those who invested in Aman group sometime on May 2012 and began her business in Kawit, Pagadian City.
Balili admitted that she made money from AGPI with only P50,000 starting capital but did not focus much on it.
“Since I started in May 2012, my P50,000 starting capital has tripled. So it is really true if you invest in Aman,” she further said.
Earlier, Mr. Fernardo Luna, president of AGPI branch in Pagadian City, alleged that a certain Eliezer Balili who is not connected with their business is illegally using their group in his operation in Barangay Guiwan, this city.
Luna claimed that Eliezer is allegedly using the name of Shirly Balili, the legitimate investor of Aman trading based in Pagadian City for illegal business transaction. He also said that Balili was able to pattern their forms and other documents for his operation in the city.
But Luna’s allegations, according to Ms. Balili, are “not true” and unfounded.
“It is true I am traveling to Zamboanga, but not to Aman investment, to conduct a training with classis herb member as Zamboanga peninsula supervisor including Basilan, Sulu, and Tawi-Tawi.”
Reiterating that the issues against them are not, she said they are operating for Aman in Zamboanga and it is not also true that she has distributed flyers in the city.
“There is not truth that I received investors using the forms of Aman,” Balili added. “I am not guilty. I have not done wrong against Aman. I just concentrate on my business. Even if I have not invested in Aman I can still feed my family. I’m so busy with my business transaction.”
Meanwhile, Ms. Balili showed a P155,291,000 cash check to this reporter and challenged those behind the allegations against her to check her bank account to bely that she has plenty of money deposits.
Thousands of people have already benefited from joining and investing to Aman Group Philippines Incorporated AGPI, which is engaged in buy and sell of any products or goods ad well as palm oil in Asia. It has branch in Manila, Cebu and Mindanao.
By By Ely Dumaboc
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