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Cape Town – 5 October 2016
In a previous article by this writer,about illegal business brokers and the regulations that govern the business broking industry,we made reference to a particular illegal business broker,Adrian Sissing of Business X Press.Adrian Sissing,who also goes by the name,Evangelist Visoner Adrian Sissing on Facebook,has now gone as far as sending threats via sms in an effort to get the aforementioned article removed from this blog.
The sms came from Adrian Sissing,who also pastors a church in Roodepoort called,Evangelism for The Lord Jesus Christ ,and is situated at 18 Van Wyk Street in Roodepoort,according to a Google search.Last Monday,Adrian Sissing called the writer of this article and threateningly requested that it be removed from this website.
Today at 8:07,this writer received an sms with the following message from Adrian Sissing:”I have asked you nicely.But you persist.Even if I take a month off work to sort this out I will.But dealing with you this will be done.”
That message was followed up with the following message at 8:39 : “So today is my last request to remove all my details off your site.”
Once again,we contacted the Estate Agency Affairs Board (EAAB),who confirmed that neither Adrian Sissing nor his business,which trades as Business Xpress,is registered with the board.Both the businesse brokerage as well as the individual brokers,need to be registered and hold valid Fidelity Fund Certificates,in order to trade and receive commission on business sales.It is illegal for any business broker or estate agent to trade without holding a valid fidelity fund certificate for the current calendar year.
The registration of any business broker can be checked by calling,The Estate Agency Affairs Board,on 087 285 3222 or on their website.
A fidelity fund certificate,held by a previous business owned by Adrian Sissing,Devon Sissing Estates,had its fidelity fund certificate revoked,due to alleged misappropriation of clients money in its trust account.
By Wesley Fester
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