Payfarmer Review: Is Your Money Safe?

UPDATE: Payfarmer is a SCAM. Stay away.

Payfarmer is another digital agricultural platform with the aim of connecting farmers who are ready to farm in commercial scale to investors. You can support farmers across the nation without coughing out so much money and you still get a good return at the end of the farming cycle.

There are so many reasons while platforms like Payfarmer are worth investing in, one of such reasons is the huge return up to 30% in 9 months against 4.6% commercial banks give in our savings account. So, instead of stashing your money in the bank it’s wise to make an invest of this kind on a trusted platform like Payfarmer.

Let’s get to know more about Payfarmer through this review.

Payfarmer Review

Is Payfarmer Legit?

A lot of people say Payfarmer is a scam. Ignore all other information below.

Oh yeah! Payfarmer is 100% legit as all evidence points to that. I have read so many good reviews about this platform. To make things more assuring let’s look at the following reasons why we think so:

  • Payfermer has a CEO by name Bamidele Alimi.
  • They are registered under Delefresh Ng Limited with registration number 1364384.
  • Their head office is at F101 Ikorodu-Epe road, Epe, Lagos Nigeria.

Payfarmer also partners with Leadway Assurance company limited, Tessys Network services limited and Nigerian Promotion Council (NEPC).

Started in 2019 and have already paid the first set of investors.

Payfarmer Contact

You can contact them on 09035037650.

payfarmer contact

How Does Payfarmer Work?

  • First, you go to payfarmer website to sign up and get a personalized payfarmer profile.

Visit Payfarmer

  • There on the site after signing up, you’ll see farms that are open for sponsor, Select the one you want to sponsor and the unit(s).
  • Follow simple instruction to make payment which will require your debit card and on a very secure payment platform Paystack.

That’s it with sponsoring a farm.

Visit Payfarmer

Below is a pig farm you can sponsor. It might be fully subscribed when you visit the platform but you may find another opportunity or you can register and check back within weeks to find an open farm.

The principal or investment capital is N250,000 with a return of 28% with a 9 months cycle. That will be N320,000 plus the profit. Note the profit is N70,000 in 9 months, really worth it if you ask me.

Your money is totally safe as farms are insured by Leadway Assurance Company Limited in case of a mishap the farm is sure to get back up but just you know, there have not been a single case of loss in farms managed by Payfarmer since its existence.

Visit Payfarmer

 

 

31 thoughts on “Payfarmer Review: Is Your Money Safe?”

  1. Payfarmer is *not* legit.
    They are not responding to emails or answering phone calls from investors. Several people (including me) have funds trapped with them.
    This is the status as of January 2021. Anybody thinking about investing in Payfarmer should be warned!

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      • Not anymore . Stay away from them . I am a victim and they are so wicked that they want to lure more people Into thier web of scam .They are presently owing investors into the time of over 200 million . Stay away from payfarmer . Don’t end up like us.Be warned .

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    • Hopefully, someone sees this writing and not make the mistake of investing in this fraud of a company. My returns have been due since Feb, 2021. No responses, no follow-ups, no call-backs, nothing! I am even more terrified with the fact that I have another bigger investment due soon. I am a lawyer and I intend to file a law suit class action against PayFarmer. Anyone who has been affected and would like to join this suit, kindly send an email to me – benitaexpressions@gmail.com. More than the money, we’d put an to such cycles until they pay every dime!

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  2. I have the same experience, my first investment with them is pig investment and was due since January 5, 2021 and up till now they have neither paid nor returned calls and mails. I just pray they haven’t scammed me.

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  3. am thinking of investing with payfarmer oh, but am really scared now due to this recent comments. someone help me please.

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    • It’s a good thing that you checked them out before investing .I on the other hand was not so fortunate. When I checked them out during my time, they still had good reviews then and had not started defaulting .

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      • Don’t ever try to tie or invest with payfarmer , they are real scam, they want to tie your hard earned money, they went to social media to limit comment so that people won’t see their fradulent act, my fish farm was due since march 2021, I called and they asked for my email only to send useless pdf saying when they will pay, till now they haven’t paid and I invested with them because I’m terminally ill needed people to work with my money since I can’t, I thought they were genuine, didn’t know they are scammers. place stay away from them.

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  4. Pls, do NOT fall for their antics. They actually have a farm and are into agriculture but they also divert and mismanage funds.
    They are also into changing a previous agreement to suit them at the expense of investors. For instance, they can extend your 6 months investment to 2 years as they are trying to do for me. I was supposed to be paid in January 2021 but they are trying to shift it to June 2022.
    DO NOT INVEST IN PAYFARMER.

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  5. Dear prospective investors , pls Don’t invest with Payfarmer in anyway . They have defaulted in paying their investors for over a year now . They are owing investors millions of Naira and I am surprised they are still advertising to lure more victims . Their arrogant toward thier non payment is very appalling and unnerving. Some investors have now formed a group and looking for ways to get their capital back .
    Pls be wise and don’t fall victim and end up like us . Stay way from Payfarmer .They have an active farm but the Ceo misappropriate investors fund . It’s a one man business .
    Pls be warned .

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    • It’s unfortunate that we are where we are today but the events of the past 2 years has really thought is a lot of lessons that has changed the way we do business. I will appreciate if you can channel all your grievances with payfarmer to me and I can assure you of an amicable solution. Payfarmer is here to stay and no one who has being to the farm like you have should have or share this view.

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  6. The name of the CEO of Payfarmer is Mr Dele Alimi. This is his number +234 902 456 2270 but when you call it will not go. May be he has done something to the number. Who ever know him should get him arrested for defaulting to pay his investors and for not communicating with them effectively.

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  7. For everyone having issues with their investments with payfarmer, kindly reach out to me. I am currently looking at all allegations and I can assure you all that we will resolve it all.

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    • Adebajo Temitope is a very stupid man. He is only deceiving people here. He is Dele Alimi the CEO of Payfarmer. He addorted the name to deceive people commenting here. He is pretending to be an investor and a partner with Payfarmer. Note, polices are coming for you. We have stategise plans to arrest you if don’t pay your investors.
      Stupid people and scammers.

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  8. Payfarmer is a big scam. General public should take note. They are still parading about collecting investors money and will refuse to pay them after investment. They have a ready made pdf they will send to you after a long time pressing. They don’t pay investors. They are so heartless and wicked. Awon oloriburukun gbogbo.

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  9. Don’t ever try to tie or invest with payfarmer , they are real scam, they want to tie your hard earned money, they went to social media to limit comment so that people won’t see their fradulent act, my dish farm was due wine march 2021, I called and they asked for my email only to send useless pdf tagging when they will pay, till now they haven’t paid and I invested with them because I’m terminally ill needed people to work with my money since I cant, I thought they were genuine, didn’t know they are scammers. place stay away from them.

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  10. Don’t mind the comment of Temitope Adebanjo, he is using his comments to divert people’s attention. Payfarmer is a confirm scam. Stay way from them. Don’t be a victim. A word is enough for the wise. To Dele Alimi their CEO and the rest, we are coming for you if you don’t pay us our invested money.

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