Customers of DKM Diamond Microfinance Company Limited are threatening another legal action against the official liquidator.
The official liquidator over the weekend postponed the payment of their locked up investment due to some challenges on the part of auditing firm PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Customers of the company numbering about 6000 have had their investments locked up after the firm was sanctioned for violating the banking act in 2015.
Spokesperson of the Customers Maxwell Mahama, told Starr Business the delay is illegal hence their decision.
“We will not allow the liquidator to act unlawfully, we will push the liquidator in court to produce the list of those 30,000 customers she is rendering null and void which amount to GHC 427million that cannot be possible as we speak, nobody knows who is part of the 30,000 and those part of the 60,000. She is deliberately denying customers their hard earned money”.