by Jodee Brown
CEO and producer of UIM, Andrew Myrie, known to fans as Anju Blaxxx, is seeking to remedy the malicious work of scammers who have been plaguing his musical career.
In an official press release, UIM announced, “There has been a pervasive scam being done by unscrupulous persons, that has been ongoing for several months.”
This started since summer of last year, when Anju Blaxxx was contacted by friends, saying someone was soliciting cash and call credit from a fake Facebook account.
Anju Blaxxx also disclosed that clients have been contacted and generally told by scammers using the Facebook page, that they are working on a rhythm and that persons should send money via Western Union. However, Anju Blaxxx wants to make it clear that, he does not have a personal Facebook account, only a Fan Page which is under UIM, further emphasizing that he does not use Facebook to conduct business.”
The UIM producer also took the opportunity to encourage prospective clients that they should be vigilant against phone and email scams that use his name as a lure. UIM (Uptempo International Music) does not initiate contact with clients from Facebook or does not request call credit, confidential access information or similar manipulative schemes.
Nevertheless, persons looking to conduct business with Anju Blaxxx of UIM, should contact UIM’s manager, Ms. Tanya Thelwell at firstname.lastname@example.org: 1-876-898-4311, 1-876-546-2759 or email@example.com.
Meanwhile, there are a number of projects in the pipeline for the producer. The latest rhythm is called the Punjabi Riddim, which features artistes: Mavado, Popcaan, Tommy Lee, Spice, Blak Diamon, Alkaline, Konshens and more.
Recording artiste, Tommy Lee currently has his video on the Riddim on YouTube. Additionally, there’s a single with UIM’s artiste, Blak Diamon titled Bang Bang, which has been enjoying rotation on the airwaves.