Al Habtoor Group Investment fake news is spread by one group of scammers, and Company is taking action against them. Don’t come under any scam of investing in fake shares.
The Al Habtoor Group wants people to be alert. Some scammers are using their names and taking them to the wrong investments in the UAE. Al Habtoor Group Investment fake news is disturbing and company is not happy with this news.
The fake report came in one scam site on September 8 about one young investor who became a millionaire after investing in an AHG company. According to the sources, scammers are trying to earn money in the wrong way. They are trying to trick people and take their money away.
Khalaf Ahmad Al Habtoor, founder and chairman of AHG, got multiple calls. Everyone asking about the proof of the ‘news’.
Read what Al Habtoor said about the fake news:
“Surprised and disappointed to read about this fraudulent attempt to trick people and steal their hard-earned money. Thank everyone who reached my office and me directly. I am sure many people came under this scammer that we do not know about.
“Would like to warn everyone doesn’t believe any scammers and not to believe their words. News of such value to our Company comes officially by our provinces through the proper channels.
Request people not to fall for the scams”. The website also has an Instagram account, @alitthadae80, with more than 19,000 followers.
Al Habtoor said: “The AHG’s legal team has a complaint against this website and presented all the information to the Dubai Police to help put an end to this fraud. We told to Al Ittihad newspaper in Abu Dhabi about the con since their real name comes.”