PHILIPSBURG:— Since the arrest of Checkmate Security boss who was transferred to Curacao shortly after his arrest last week the security company has lost some major companies that they provided services for as long as 20 years even though one of the managers of the company chose to say the company is doing well.
Well-placed sources have informed SMN News that Cost U Less was with Checkmate for 15 years but the contract will be terminated on January 1st, USZV have been with Checkmate for 17 years that contract will also be terminated in January, another location that will be terminating their services with Checkmate in January is the St. Maarten’s Home who have been with company for 14 years.
Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) worked with Checkmate Security for 19 years but they terminated their contract on December 1st and has replaced the security with First Response. ORCO bank a client of Checkmate who worked with the company for 6 years terminated their contract on November 1st 2016.
There are a number of companies that are negotiating with other security companies in order to terminate their contracts with Checkmate by January 2017.
SMN News spoke to some of the companies who said that the security company that is securing their companies should have a clean record and integrity in order to promote and protect their property.
SMN News have also learned that workers of Checkmate who worked for the company for a number of years are busy seeking employment with other security companies simply because they feel that the owner has disgraced the company and they are simply embarrassed to wear the company’s uniform at this time.
SMN News will continue to follow the slow fall of Checkmate Security and will update its readers when the information becomes available.
Source: St. Martin News Network
EXCLUSIVE: Checkmate Security losing several long time clients — Several employees seeking employment elsewhere.