With wild news of its rumoured collapse on the Internet, MMM Nigeria, the digital Ponzi Scheme has closed applications into its Guiders School for Nigeria.
See the announcement below:
If you want to:
- know more about MMM, its community and about the way it works!
- gain experience from the top leaders of MMM!
- find better and more effective ways of inspiring people to join MMM!
- work as a team with like-minded people!
- grow as an MMM leader!
- become Financially Free!
Remember it is absolutely free of charge! All it is needed to graduate the school is your desire and time.
The announcement ought to last for some days before been taking down. However, the registration has been closed for any fresh application. While it is possible that the announcement received a high traffic of applicants, it is also suspicious given the coincidence 0f the closure.
Guiders are its foot soldiers who are armed with marketing and sales tools to convert a larger number of members into the Ponzi Scheme.
Few weeks ago, MMM Nigeria implemented the temporary moratorium rule that blocks out any member who has been hacked for 15 to 30 days and beyond. While MMM stated in its instruction note to its members that Mavros and account balances will be protected pending when all issues are resolved, critics of MMM argued that it is a move to delay its inevitable crash.
MMM Zimbabwe another offshoot of MMM Global has crashed. MMM E.Africa, admin to MMM Zimbabwe has not responded directly to any of the inquiries and media reports. The admin blast journalist for spreading untrue rumours calling it “cut and paste” journalism.
MMM Nigeria has not addressed rumours about its collapse in Nigeria. Some bloggers and news website have already reported. They are citing complaints from members who claimed they could not access their accounts. PageOne.ng cannot independently confirm the status of the scheme.