Following Access bank’s warning to its customers against putting their money into the country’s largest ponzi scheme, surprisingly the MMM Nigeria login page is still witnessing more sign-ups.
Due to its promise of a 30% increase on investments on any amount of money ‘invested’, MMM which stands for ‘Mavrodi mondial moneybox’ now has over a million Nigerians registered. Organizers of the scheme say it is a community of ordinary people, selflessly helping each other, a kind of Global Fund of mutual aid. They claim to be a sprout of something new in modern soul-less and ruthless world of greed and hard cash.According to the scheme’s founder, Sergei Mavrodi, a convicted criminal, the goal is to destroy the world’s unjust financial system.
To access the scheme, a user has to register via the MMM Nigeria login page. After registering and going through ‘captcha’, the user gets access to his/her dashboard called a ‘personal office’. The user can now ‘provide help’ which is indicating interest to put money into the scheme, the user gets matched with another participant of the scheme after 45 days. When the user pays the money to the matched participant, he/she becomes eligible to ‘receive help’ which means the user will get back the amount he/she gave to the matched participant with a 30% interest after 30 days.
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