Owners of Maharashtra's Goodwin Jewellers flee after customers allege fraud| Desh Ki Baat

29 Oct 2019 07:49 AM

Owners of Maharashtra's Goodwin Jewellers flee after customers allege fraud| Desh Ki Baat

Updated 29 Oct 2019 07:49 AM

After PMC, another big scam case has come out from Maharashtra. Where Kumar Bruthers, owner of Goodwin Jewelers, absconded overnight after losing crores of rupees. Through the scheme, people were attracted to the good interest rate. Sunil and Sudhish Kumar are absconding since October 21. 
With over 200 panicky customers lodging police complaints against them, the missing owners of jewellery chain Goodwin Group, A. M. Sunilkumar and A.M. Sudheerkumar, on Monday released a video message on social media, claiming they were targeted by extortionists and have hence gone "underground".

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