MMM Nigeria, the popular “Mavrodi Mundial Moneybox”. Is a community of ordinary people selflessly helping each other?
“Ponzi” A Global fund of mutual aid.
MMM Nigeria, has the goal of destroying the world unjust financial system.
The scheme which is barely two years old with it introduction in Nigeria, has more than two (2) million registered active participants.
Mavrodi Mundial Moneybox has brought all kind of folks together in Nigeria, not minding your religion, educational background, tribe and social status.
It is said that, aside soccer, no program has been able to bring trust among indivisual like the Mavrodi Mundial Moneybox Nigeria.
The program, is said to come into the country at the right time. A time when the country is facing economic recession.
Many participants of this program, have mouth watering testimonies of their 30% profit and capital return after giving help in one month.
HAS MMM NIGERIA REALLY CRASHED?
With the one month ban on all withdrawals placed on the Popular money-doubling scheme, Mavrodi Mundial Moneybox (MMM) , starting from December 13, 2016 to 11th January 2017. http://mmm-nigeria.net
Many are scared that their capital has been lost. Many Nigerian has invested their life time savings into the program.
A letter displayed on the page of MMM Nigeria participants of the cited “heavy workload on system” was the reason for the ban.
This means that members of the ponzi scheme who are due to withdraw both their capital and 30 per cent return on investment will no longer be able to do so until sometime in January 2017.
Despite the ban, Nigerians have not lost hope.
CAN HELP STILL BE GIVEN DURING THE WITHDRAWER BAN PERIOD?
“YES” The scheme still allows help to be offered to people participants you have been matched with.
WILL I BE ABLE TO GET MY MONEY BACK IN JANUARY?
The participants are calm and hopeful, because over the month, the program has not failed or delayed their payments.
WHAT IS THE GOVERNMENT TAKE ON THE SCHEME?
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Central bank of Nigeria (CBN) has warned Nigerians against participating in the scheme which it described as a “Ponzi”.
The House of Representatives had in October ordered an investigation into the operations of the scheme.
The warnings of the Federal government have only fallen to deaf ears. The program has helped a lot of Nigerians pay off their debts, may are said to have been able to meet their financial needs through the program.
Will many Nigerians leave the program at the cancelation of the ban in January?