“Some of our bank accounts are now operational,” Rassell wrote in status on a Facebook group on Thursday. “Inshallah we will start trading from next week.”
“For those whose refund is pending, please wait a bit for our confirmation call. With your support, Evaly has a strong position today. And taking some time. An order and refund will not be pending. From next week inshallah will run in all normal (unusually good) way. Stay tuned.”
Earlier, on July 17, several media outlets reported that various merchants were severing ties with e-commerce company Evaly.
As a result, they are no longer supplying products to the customer in the vouchers issued by this institution. Because, they are not getting the price of the product from Evaly.
So, the customers who did not get the goods and money back have started crowding at Evaly’s office in Dhanmondi of the capital.
However, Evaly’s office is closed. They can’t be found by calling the hotline number.
Earlier on Tuesday (July 27), industrial group Jamuna was going to invest Rs 1,000 crore in Evaly. Initially, they will invest Tk 200 crore. The group will continuously invest a total of one thousand crore rupees at different stages.
Coming to Facebook Live on July 24 at 11pm, Evaly CEO Mohammad Russell said, ‘There will be no solution by closing Evaly. It is not possible to close any institution and bring back the investment. So, give us a chance to do business, we will not let anyone get hurt. If given a chance, I will deliver all the old orders within the next six months.”