The Ghana Shippers’ Authority (GSA) has vehemently disassociated itself from a recent press release titled ‘Charges for Clearing Agents and Freight Forwarders.’
The purported announcement falsely claimed that the GSA had engaged Clearing Agents and Freight Forwarders to agree on certain charges.
The GSA has categorically denied any involvement in this matter, emphasizing that the press release is fraudulent and unauthorized.
The authority in a released statement today cautioned all stakeholders and the public against this misleading information, asserting that neither the notice nor any authorization for its issuance came from them.
In a released statement, the GSA warned against responding to the undersigned or the contact details provided in the counterfeit letter.
“The Ghana Shippers’ Authority (GSA) dissociates itself from this letter and wishes to alert all its stakeholders and the public that this letter purported to be from the GSA is fake and should be disregarded.
The press release in question is tilted ‘Charges for Clearing Agents and Fright Forwarders’ indicated that the Authority has engaged Clearing Agents and Fright Fowarders and have agreed on certain charges.
To this, the Authority has emphatically stated that it is a false news and that press release was never from them.
Please be warned that the GSA has neither issued any such notice nor authorised any person or organisation to do so on its behalf.” The Authority wrote.
Instead, they urged individuals to contact the police via phone at 0244236266, 18555, or 191, or through WhatsApp at 0206639121, to report any suspicious activity related to this fraudulent press release.