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Agric Investment: PayFarmer woo investors with Fish farm extension, two other units

Agric Investment: PayFarmer woo investors with Fish farm extension, two other units

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Popular agro-investment company, PayFarmer woo current and prospective farm investors with the extension of their fish farm and the introduction of a smoking unit and processing unit ahead of the commencement of another farm year.

Payfarmer is a household farm investment company with more than 7 years of experience in the agricultural sector. They have their Livestock farm, Pond and Pepper farm located in Epe, Lagos State while their yam farm is located in Kwara.

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The leading agricultural investment company is calling on agriculture investors to partner with them and earn not less than 25% return on their investments in the company in not more than a year.

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When you invest on Payfarmer poultry with N100,000, you get 23% Return on Investment within 6 months while you earn as much as 32% Return on Investment within 10 months when you invest N150,000 in their pig farm located at Epe.

They also offer mouthhwatery Return on Investment for current and prospective investors in their fish farm, Yam farm at Kwara State and their pepper farm located in Lagos State.

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Payfarmer has established itself as the number one agriculture investment company in Nigeria despite a couple economic setback due to the effect of COVID-19 and African Swine Fever (ASF) related setback experienced last year due to the economy and they are now ready to hit the ground running once again with a bigger capacity to bring in more investors.

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  1. Payfarmer has been owing investors money for months.I am surprised they are looking for fresh investors when they have not finish paying the ones that invested in their business.The worse part of it is that their phones were switched off and emails were not being answered.what kind of investment company are they? They have one of the worse customer service that are ready to bail out of investors when they have defaulted.Till this moment if you call payfarmer they will not answer your number except the new numbers they have for new investors who they wish to take money from.

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