Macau (MNA) – Dennis Lau, the head of Forger Technology and Genesis Hong Kong Limited, has told Macau News Agency (MNA) that he refuses to file a complaint against former business partner Frederico Alexandre dos Santos Rosário with the Judiciary Police (PJ), adding that he cannot travel to Macau for “personal safety concerns.”
When questioned about legal documents provided to MNA regarding the contract between Forger Technology and Mr Rosário, Lau said it proved that Rosario had involvement in the programme, including a 10 per cent stake he held in the company.
However, when questioned about whether he can prove Rosário had signatory powers to alter contracts, Mr Lau told MNA, “We didn’t authorise him to change the contract, but he did.”
Documents provided to MNA showed that a contract between Forger Technology and Mr Rosário’s wife had the monthly repayment amount of 18 per cent had been cancelled in ink and replaced by the amount of 20 per cent, changes that had been seen also in the contract signed by local legislator José Maria Pereira Coutinho.
Frederico Alexandre do Rosário, Mr Rosário’s father and director of the Administration Council of local broadcaster TDM, also confirmed to local newspaper Tribuna de Macau that was one of the investors in the project.
Mr. Lau also provided a telegraphic transfer receipt to Rita Botelho dos Santos, the mother of Mr. Rosário which he claimed is a commission amounting to HK$16,000 for her role of promoting Forger CCMS, the cryptocurrency mining operation that has been slated to operate out of Kwun Tong, Hong Kong.
MNA attempted to contact Mrs. Santos and Mr. Rosário but had received no reply as at the time of writing.
Rosário declared he would file a defamation lawsuit against Lau for his accusations on August 14, claiming he had not played a role in altering any of the contracts provided by Forger Technology.