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Evaly CEO Rassel: Need cooperation from everyone to resolve customers’ liabilities

  • Arrest warrants were issued for Rassel, his wife
  • Evaly CEO promised to clear debt on bank cheques
Update : 17 Jan 2024, 10:27 AM

Evaly founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Mohammad Rassel on Tuesday said he needs everyone’s cooperation to resolve customers’ liabilities.

“The company will not take much time to refund money lost by customers with the way the e-commerce platform is currently operating and making profits,” he said.

He expressed this optimism at a discussion on consumer rights in the e-commerce and e-services sector, held at Dhaka Reporters Unity on Tuesday. The meeting was organized by the Bangladesh Mobile Consumers Association (BMCA), reports UNB.

Evaly’s business is being managed by a cash and delivery system, Rassel said, where the customer will pay after receiving the product. The money will go directly to the company that supplies the product. From there, VAT, and taxes are paid to the government.

According to the BMCA, currently, the e-commerce market in the country is around $3 billion, with significant growth potential.

On Monday, a Dhaka court issued arrest warrants for Mohammad Rassel, the former CEO of the e-commerce company Evaly, and Chairman Shamima Nasrin in a case filed over cheque fraud.

Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate Md Ali Haider passed the order.

On Saturday, Evaly CEO Mohammad Rassel also promised to clear legacy debt on bank cheques from May while addressing an online press conference from his office in the capital’s Dhanmondi. 

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