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Dhaka Tribune

Top court seeks info on customers’ money stuck with fraudulent e-commerce platforms

  • Hearing held on UniPay case
  • Hundreds of people reached out to the court 
Update : 23 Jan 2024, 09:54 PM

The Appellate Division of the Supreme Court has questioned how the customers will get back the stuck money after investing in various fraud online-based e-commerce and LLM companies in Bangladesh. 

A four-member bench of the Appellate Division headed by Chief Justice Obaidul Hassan asked this during a hearing on UniPay, a multilevel marketing company (MLM). 

At one point in the hearing, the court told an Anti-Corruption Commission lawyer that customers need to get their money back from fraudulent e-commerce websites like Alesha Mart, Evaly and UniPay. 

Hundreds of people, after investing in various online-based e-commerce and LLM companies, have repeatedly approached the court to get their money back.


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