May has gone, it is now the middle of June and no Daisies have bloom as yet. Since early June, a new update is now available from May Daisy to its memberships explaining the continued delay. The early June communication suggested that Cycle A was completed. However feedback from members has not suggested that this has been done.
We apologize that we have not completed the updates to all the accounts. The updates have been delayed as we try to honour the many requests for status reviews. Update priority is given to the accounts in the earlier cycles. We have updated all of the cycle “A” accounts, therefore all persons in this cycle will now have seen this reflected on their account. This cycle has been closed. We have also closed off the list for the cycle “B” accounts and are in the process of updating these accounts.
We expect the payments to be on time and are working feverishly to ensure this happens. We thank you for your patience and wish you God’s richest blessings.
In past communications, May Daisy has promised that members would be placed in cycles and that persons would be paided based on the cycle they fell in. Based on the Cycle Plan, members in Cycle A should have been paid by June 13. However, it is not clear if any May Daisy member even knows which Cycle they belong to and NO payments have been made.
There has been rumours that May Daisy will be sending out statements quarterly not monthly. There is really no point to this as people continue not to be paid. There continued to be stories that once the members have been placed in cycles, which should have bee done already, ‘encashments’ or payments will be begin at the end of June.
In Blogosphere, a group of May Daisy Investors, have form a “May Daisy support Group” with an aim to tackle the Management of May Daisy, maybe a little too late, but it is better than sitting down idle and trusting those that have fail be keep promises.
There is still some answered questions, why was one of the Principals arrested in Zambia, was the arrest related to May Daisy funds, has the cases against the principal been dropped?