Just days after the alleged disappearance of the Mavrodi Mundial Moneybox popularly known as MMM, there have been attempts by other Ponzi Schemes to fill the void MMM left behind.
Members of the famous money-doubling scheme, MMM have been thrown into panic and great confusion since Tuesday, following the message from the ponzi scheme freezing all confirmed Mavros, otherwise known as money due for withdrawal for one month.
Just this afternoon, Omojuwa.Com came across the latest Ponzi Scheme online.
According to the website, NNN is a community of ordinary people, selflessly helping each other, a kind of mutual aid. This is the first sprout of something new in modern soulless and ruthless world of greed and hard cash. The goal here is not the money. The goal is to ACQUIRE AS MUCH AS YOU CAN.
The website also clearly states that; NNN is not a bank, NNN does not collect your money, NNN is not an online business, HYIP, investment or MLM program. NNN is a community where people help each other. NNN gives you a technical platform which helps millions of participants worldwide to connect those who NEED help to those who are ready to PROVIDE help, for FREE. All transferred funds to another participant are your help given by your own good will to another one, absolutely gratis. If you are completely confident and certain in your actions and make your mind to participate, we kindly ask you to study carefully all warnings and instructions first. In cases of any matter regarding the topic Our online consultants are ready to help and answer all of your questions.
Further investigation into this new scheme reveals that NNN is a team of ‘freedom lovers’ in America headed by an influential Yoruba man (Name Undisclosed) and also is just an exact replica of MMM.
In the wake of the current economic recession, so many more Ponzi Schemes are expected to rise due to the economic challenges faced by Nigerians. However, warnings are on the high about the eventual fall of such schemes which in turn may result in loss of hard-earned money as scammers are on the prowl.
We hope Nigerians will shun this new scheme as a result of the lessons learnt from the now defunct MMM.
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