See what happened to Kenyans who are investing in online auctioning
By Blassy | self meida writer
Published 20 days ago - 4 views
Since June last year there have been introduction of many platforms in the name of online auctioning.They started with the one by the name Live Auction (LA). Since then other many platforms have been launched.Kenyans who want to get rich faster have embraced this business and as usual when the deal is so good you have to think twice before you get into it.Kuomoka is not easy,Kuoshwa has been really.Kenyans have lost a lot of money due to the failure of the systems.Since last week one of the platforms by the name blesser online auction has been a nightmare to many investors.Boa has cleared all the data leaving those people who had invested earlier without any money in their accounts.The management failed to handle a lot of data since many Kenyans have been joining the business daily.I urge all Kenyans to start the really hustle than being lured in this things.Take care because apart from live auction and boa there are other many platforms joining the business.
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