The coronavirus crisis is having a strong impact in all areas of society and many clubs are analyzing how it will affect them in economic terms. Words like ERTE or salary reductions are planned in the environment and Rayo’s coach, Paco Jémez, expressed his opinion in this regard. “All clubs, in an exercise in bravery, seriousness and intelligence, should ensure the wages of workers who need it to make ends meet.. Then, players and coaching staff would be watching, “he said in ‘El Larguero’.Rayo’s coach also emphasized the importance of these workers in the day-to-day operations of the entities. “I speak to many of my club and they are restless. Their salaries give them life and, within what is a club budget, they are peccata minuta. The rest we will see later. No one is going to fault or demand their entire contract. They can take away what you have not worked, something that would seem to me to a certain extent fair“, argument. Paco Jémez also confirmed that both he and his closest circle “is fine”, although he lives this whole situation with “quite a lot of concern”. The coach explained that He has spoken with his players, to whom they have provided a training schedule and supplied stationary bikes so that they can exercise. during his confinement at home. Something insufficient to maintain optimal shape. Hence, advocating for “a kind of preseason” if the competition resumes.Right now the future is unknown and nobody knows if LaLiga will be able to conclude, although Paco is in favor of ending it, as long as that does not entail any risk. “I would love for the competition to end, even if it was in August and we ran out of holidays. Of course, as long as everyone’s health has been ensured, “said the coach, who cannot find a fair solution to the hypothetical scenario of ending the season: “Start from scratch or end like this, whatever you do, you are going to take cakes everywhere because there will always be victims”.
Cancun, Q.R. — A credit company has suddenly closed its doors in Cancun after accusations of fraud.Credit easy and fast was how Mi Crédito Mexicano attracted clients who were offered credit from 150,000 peso to 10 million peso. After numerous complaints and more than a year of operating, the Federal Attorney’s Office were able to file a federal complaint against the Transnational Enterprises of Mexico, SA de CV in the amount of 30.6 million peso.For those seeking credit, clients were charged a 5.8 percent commission fee for “administrative expenses”, then took between one and two months to approve (or decline) an application.In Cancun, the credit company had two office locations, one on Lopez Portillo Avenue and the other on Avenida Palenque with Calle Camarones.The Federal Attorney’s Office said that regarding the credit company, “We also went to the National Commission for the Protection and Defense of Financial Services, but they told us that they could not do anything because the company does not provide loans.“Nevertheless, in the announcement it clearly says we grant you the financing.”After more than a year of demanding that something be done, the Federal Attorney’s Office proceeded to issue a certificate of requirement and federal arrest against Transnational Enterprises of Mexico SA de CV for not having made their fiscal payment.At the moment, 40 clients in Cancun have organized legal action against the company. Since 2016, numerous incidences of the same type of fraud have been reported against Mi Crédito Mexicano in various states including Durango, Chihuahua, Campeche and Chiapas, where they also offered credit then disappeared.In October of 2017, Profepa, in conjunction with la Fiscalía General del Estado of Chihuahua, also suspended the operations of Mi Crédito Mexicano which affected 280 clients. They also suspended the company in Durango in December of 2016.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)