Sisters Lose 13 Inheritance Companies To A Relative In A Suspected Company Registry Corruption Scandal

2 sisters are in court trying to fight a relative who reportedly forged their signatures and became the owner of their inheritance which includes Waverly Blankets and Waverly Plastics the Standard reports.

The sisters Amanda Berkowitz and Belynda Halfon are now in the courts trying to regain control of Waverley Blankets after it was allegedly taken over by their relative, Aron Vico fraudulently it is being suspected.

According to The Standard:

The sisters said a search at the Registrar of Companies revealed that 12 other companies namely Blankets for Africa, Waverley Plastics, Colourfast Textiles and Printers, SpunBond, Gallimard Fashions, Tatendarana, Centracom, Ram Inv, Ordin Trading, Saelate, Inverneil and Keepline Trading had changed ownership without their knowlege.

Berkowitz said it took her at least a month to get information about the status of the companies from the Registrar of Companies and to her shock, most of the documents had allegedly been tampered with.

The sisters had inherited the companies from their late father, the tycoon, Victor Cohen. They had directed their relative Aron Vico be in charge of the estate.

More: The Standard

 

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