Actress Toyin Abraham, who happens to be one of the Ambassadors of Revolution Plus, a real estate brand owned by Dr. Bamidele and Tolulope Onalaja, was recently called out over some property fraud allegations.
A Canadian-based Nigerian alleged, “I paid since September 2020! Houston Park, no allocation till date. You comment on their page, they delete or block you! Please drag them well. @revolutionpluspropertylekki are scammers!!!”
Also, Instagram blogger @gistlover11 had alleged that many customers of the real estate company, Revolution Plus Properties had sought the blogger out, accusing the company of fraudulent activities.
Gistlover stated that these customers revealed that many of them paid for properties as far back as 2 years ago yet, nothing has been allocated to them.
Toyin Abraham who is the face of the brand alongside colleague, Odunlade Adekola reacted via her Instagram page.
She admitted that many had complained about the same issue to her in the last and she had personally taken it up to ensure resolution.
The actress added that she was not leaving the brand as she believes it has no intention of defrauding or scamming folks of their hard-earned money.
She went on to say that complaints should be forwarded to the company or her and she will ensure everything is sorted.
Responding to allegations, Toyin Abraham wrote on Instagram;
“I have seen and read the comments on the issue of delayed allocation by Revolutionplus, 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. 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 revolutionplusproperty 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.”