Fidelity Life Assurance has warned the public against buying stands from bogus land barons selling stands at Langford Estates which they acquired in 2015, Daily News reports:
In a statement issued by the insurer, Fidelity said those that had already bought land from these land barons should demand their money back. The statement issued by Fidelity reads:
Fidelity Life Assurance Zimbabwe wishes to advise members of the public that no stands are available for sale at Langford.
Anyone who has paid for any land at Langford Estates must demand their money back from these bogus sellers.
More: The Daily News
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