I invested in the shares of hkccex which was marketed via masteryasia in november 2017. After the 6 months moratorium in july 2018, I decided to sell my shares due to personal financial problems. I handed over my share certificate for them to liquidate my shares. Before that could be done, the ceo spoke to me & suggested that I sell 60% & keep 40% of my shares because of their expansion plans. I agreed only to regret it later as I was unable to liquidate the balance 40%. When I told them that my financial situation had gotten worse & that I really needed the money they totally ignored me leaving me to deal with a staff of masteryasia who couldn’t do much except relayed to me loads of excuses as delaying tactics. I couldn’t get through to k c see either even though he had assured me when I bought the shares that I could get back to him should I need any assistance. To make matters worse, when I handed over my share certificate in july 2018 for the liquidation process, no form of acknowledgment of any kind was given to me. Until today I still haven’t received the certificate for the balance 40% shares. So, technically I have no supporting documents to make any claim!
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