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DISCLAIMER ALERT! Payporte denies Dee One’s N450,000 debt allegations

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DISCLAIMER ALERT! Payporte denies Dee One’s N450,000 debt allegations

Popular e-commerce company, Payporte, has released an official statement to refute the debt allegations made by an ex-Big Brother Naija housemate, Dee One.

Payporte in its statement said “we never solicited for tickets in anyway. No appearance or any representation from any member of PayPorte staff at the event”.

The online store said Dee One voluntarily presented the said tickets to them as gifts and there was no form of understanding that the company had to pay for it.

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The company also claimed that they did not authorise the comedian to run any campaign for them during his “Dee One evicted” comedy show.

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Payporte further urged the general public to disregard the defamatory statements promulgated by Dee One.

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Recall that Dee One via his Instagram page revealed that the Chief Executive Officer of Payporte, Mr. Bassey frustrated all efforts made by his team to sort out things amicably.

He also accused the Mr. Eyo Bassey, of refusing to pick his calls.

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Meanwhile, in a recent IG post by Dee One, he called Payporte an “online scam.”

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