The tier-1 bank made this known in a disclosure filed to the Nigerian Exchange and signed by Sunday Ekwochi, the company secretary.
Access Bank also stressed that neither the bank nor its subsidiaries would be held responsible for any future loss or damage which investors may be faced with.
The bank noted, “The management of Access Bank Plc and its subsidiaries wish to inform the public that our attention has been drawn to an online investment entity known and described as ‘Access Capital Investment Platform’ which has been soliciting members of the public to invest into its Access Capital Investment products promising mouth-watering returns on investment.
“By this disclaimer, Access Bank Plc wishes to dissociate itself, affiliates, subsidiaries and/or proxies from the activities, contract, claims or business engagements of Access Capital Investment Platform.
Access Capital Investment Platform is not an affiliate nor subsidiary of Access Bank Plc and it would be at the risk of anyone who invests in any of the Access Capital Investment packages/products, as Access Bank Plc would not be responsible for any loss, damages, refund whatsoever that may arise therefrom.”
The bank also added that relevant law enforcement and regulatory agencies have been notified of this disclaimer.