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MMM to Nigerian members: Forget 2016 investment, let’s move to 2017



MMM to Nigerian members: Forget 2016 investment, let's move to 2017

Nigerian investors in the Mavrodi Mondial Movement (MMM) Ponzi scheme face more gloom following a statement issued by the MMM office to all participants last week titled, ‘МММ Nigeria is coming back to normal’.

The scheme in the statement asked participants to forget the 2016 Mavrodi money and start a new one as the account is under restriction.

The statement is coming as Nigerians earlier jubilated when the scheme announced the unfreezing of the Ponzi accounts on January 13, 2016, but to the surprise and anger of many, MMM is yet to pay those who invested in it after the accounts were frozen late last year.

The Ponzi scheme is now seeking fresh investors as the old account is under restriction.

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The statement by the Ponzi scheme reads thus; “Dear members, MMM Nigeria lifts all the limits for Mavro acquired in 2017. So, MMM Nigeria is coming back to normal. And now the members can actively develop the community and create new requests to provide help. For these requests, orders will soon arrive, and after Mavro’s confirmation, it will be possible to withdraw these Mavro without any restrictions or limits!

“Only Mavros acquired in 2016 remain under restriction. But we are actively working on new measures to make it possible for the members to withdraw Mavro- 2016 in a larger amount without undermining the sustainability of the community…” The statement read.

According to reports, since last year when MMM announced a one month suspension of the scheme’s accounts, there had been an astronomical rise in the number of Ponzi schemes being released in Nigeria with some lasting for a couple of months, while others just crash in a couple of days or even hours.

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    February 19, 2017 at 1:54 pm

    I never knew mmm is still in existence. I have forgotten that mavrodian inflicter of pains who killed many Nigerians late last year. Thousands of Nigerians lost their lives but it was a lesson that “all that glitters is not gold “.

    • Balarabe musa

      February 19, 2017 at 4:57 pm

      Yes, it is an Haram to even invest money in such money doubling scheme, Allah detest it with passion and it is you Christians that are vulnerable to mmm, Moslems Will never try such.

      • seyi jelili

        February 19, 2017 at 5:05 pm

        God punish you and your generations. Moslems are more into mmm like mad. People who paid all through the reign of mmm were Moslems. Allah detest it but you people embrace it.

      • Peter George

        February 20, 2017 at 3:31 am

        Very foolish of u to have brought religion into this, you are the type of people giving moslems bad imasge. What has christains or moslems got to do with mmm. BASTARD!

  2. Johnson Amadi

    February 19, 2017 at 3:23 pm

    penny wise, pound foolish meaning; congratulations to the victims, they were warned by the Federal Government. They should keep facing the consequences.

  3. Margret Dickson

    February 19, 2017 at 4:38 pm

    “Only Mavros acquired in 2016 remain under restriction. But we are actively working on new measures to make it possible for the members to withdraw Mavro- 2016,” the wise will not believe this and exit MMM, but the foolish will keep hoping for miracle to happen

    • Roland Uchendu Pele

      February 19, 2017 at 5:41 pm

      Well, miracles still happen. Don’t they?

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