Actress Toyin Abraham has reacted to the fraud allegations against Revolution Plus, a real estate company she represents as a brand ambassador.
While some demanded allocations to property paid for, others accused the company of scamming the public, demanding a refund to those affected.
Reacting to the complaints in an Instagram post on Tuesday, Toyin apologised for the delay in allocations, she also assured the public that the company has no intention of defrauding their clients.
She said: “I have seen and read the comments on the issue of delayed allocation by Revolution Plus,a brand that I represent.
Before now, some cases have been brought to my attention and many of them I have taken up the responsibility of following up. As we speak now, I am still in talks with ED of Revolution Plus on how best and quick to resolve the matter.
Speaking further, the 39-year-old assured the public that she is not leaving the brand as they always ‘keep to their words’.
“I am not leaving the brand as I can say they keep to their words, it’s just that we have issues that need to be resolved.
Please send messages to Revolution Plus property or me if you have pending issues with Revolution Plus. The issues will be resolved as soon as possible. I am sorry for the inconvenience, the pain and the delay. Be rest assured that there is no intention to defraud you. My sincere apologies one more time,” she wrote.
Addressing the clients’ concerns, the company wrote on Instagram saying, “Our wonderful clients that subscribed into Dreamcity will be allocated this Friday 5th February 2022.”
Apart from Toyin, other ambassadors include Odunlade Adekola, Omoni Oboli, Broda Shagi and gospel singer Testimony Jaga.