CEET and CIMTOGO warn against scammers

Economic governance
Friday, 19 March 2021 08:36
CEET and CIMTOGO warn against scammers

(Togo First) - Togo's power utility, Compagnie Energie Electrique du Togo (CEET), and the cement producer Cimtogo - subsidiary of the HeidelbergCement Group - have issued two separate press releases denouncing scams featuring their brands.

The CEET said some ill-intended individuals have been, supposedly on its behalf, promising people it will launch or accelerate the process to get them connected to the grid, in return for money, in cash form or via Flooz and Tmoney.  

It's a scam! warns the utility after receiving many complaints from the fraudsters' victims.  It then reminded the public that all payments relative to connection, or the installation of meters and others are made at the CEET's cash offices, with no extra fee charged. The CEET also issues receipts for all its operations.

In the same vein, CIMTOGO warned its customers against a fake promotional campaign called "Gift Cement" that is going on.

The company noted that "it is not the initiator of this campaign and is neither closely nor remotely associated with the initiators, under any partnership. Also, it stresses that it recognizes only its partners, holders of approvals for all wholesale of its products throughout the territory."

Séna Akoda

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