Day after day, more ponzi scams are evolving, and here is Communalfund promising a ridiculous 400% interest on investment.
According to the promoters of the scheme, when a member joins, you are expected to donate N10,000 and get N40,000 in matter of few hours, which sounds very juicy to greedy fellow who do not want to learn.
The Communalfund ‘system’ as they all say, will automatically assign four other registered members to donate the same amount each, into your bank account, making 400% (i.e. 400% of N10000 is N40000).
Come, let us reason together, imagine if a member who gets paid NGN40,000 for donating NGN10,000 decides not to participate anymore, what then becomes the fate of these others who have given help? Perhaps, the participants are not thinking in this line.
Plus, how are you sure, they ‘system’ is not matching a member to selected individuals who are among the administrators of the scheme. Another food for thought.
Communalfund according to the information available on the site was founded by an acclaimed team of enthusiastic humanitarian specialists who wanted to overcome the routine and create a platform that would act in the market not only for business success but for the sake of humanitarian and financial empowerment services.
The fact is,Communalfund is only enthusiastic about your money and have no capabilities of empowering people financially. It is therefore advisable to flee from Communalfund as it is same of the same in the ponzi scam line. In no time, it will crash and investors will lose.
The website looks like something that was hurriedly put together, hence seems very uncoordinated. Here is a message on the site of the scheme you are planning to lose your money on- ‘Thou shall not beg for confirmation because you will removed when the reciever tagged the donor as cyber beggar.’
Come on guyz, you can do better!