Skyline Group of Company is currently under the spotlight in Fiji, it was revealed.
The firmed described as an alleged international scammer had signed Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Solomon Islands government last year to build 5,000 homes for public servants.
The company was alerted to the pacific countries after reports from mainland China claimed that thousands of Chinese were victimised by the owner of the firm, who borrowed cash for overseas investments, but failed to reimburse money owed to lenders.
A Fijian Journalist who was in Honiara last week for a media training told the Solomon Star that the company has been red marked in Fiji.
She said it is obvious that this so called Skyline firm has nothing to offer for the pacific countries, in terms of investment, as nothing tangible from them to be seen in Fiji.
She also said the company has promised billion dollar projects in the cyclone ravaged nation when they arrived last year, and some of their sweet words were their plan to build a noni fruit factory in Vanua Levu, Electric Park in Navua and invest in Five Star Hotels, but this things never shows any sign of progress.
She added the only thing they owned in Fiji since their arrival is the small plot of land in Navua town they bought last year, but it remains idle up until today.
Moreover, she said Fiji government is aware of the scam allegations surrounding the director of the company Jason Liu Tao, hence, Skyline is monitored by the foreign investment department to ensure they are genuine investors.
By AATAI JOHN