Ghpage.com reported not long ago about aN issue developing on social media about Pamela Blackmore, Ghanaian rapper, and Black Avenue Musik CEO D-Black’s sister defrauding people with his company called Stockfox Courier.
Stockfox Courier is a delivery company which delivers goods between Brooklyn, New York, USA and Ghana. But there were allegations they intentionally flag items they receive from the USA as illegal goods. But they will later sell the items, keep the proceeds and blacklist the recipient.
Well, after Ghpage.com’s publication, Pamela has reacted to the issue and debunk all the allegations. In a conversation with Ghpage.com, Pamela explained that the ‘victim’ who made the allegation actually confronted them with the case of the flagged package and the company explained why it was flagged.
Apparently, the person shopped the items with a stolen credit card and sent it to Stockfox to be delivered to Ghana. But the owner of the credit card detected the theft and reported to Stockfox who flagged the package and returned it to the owner of the credit card.
As a payback, the recipient in Ghana run to the media to allege fraud when in the actual sense he fraudulently bought the goods.
CEO of Stockfox, Pamela Blackmore went on to reveal to Ghpage.com that Stockfox is one of the best courier companies in Ghana with over 95% success rate.