“I have always believed that since Evaly is a strong e-commerce organization, it can solve all problems in time,” Rassell wrote on Facebook.
“In many cases, we have progressed as planned. I hope I can make everything successful in time. We will deliver all orders within the next five months inshallah,” he said.
The company came to the fore in June this year after publishing an investigation report on Bangladesh Bank Evaly’s transactions and offers. The three banks then issued instructions that customers would not be able to pay on 10 e-commerce sites with their cards. Two more banks warn their customers.
After that, when the Ministry of Commerce started working on the country’s e-commerce site, the issue of goods came to the fore after the money. At that time Evaly agreed with that decision.
On July 27, news came that Jamuna Group, one of the leading industrial groups in the country, was going to invest Tk1,000 crore in Evaly. Initially, Tk200 crore was said to be invested. Then one thousand crore takas will be invested in different stages.
After the announcement, those who have been investing in Evaly for a long time have not been able to get the product, but two months later, on 27 August, the Jamuna Group indicated that it was backing away from investing in Evaly.