Naira United, a new Ponzi scheme planning to launch on the 27th of April, 2017 is coming with one of the most outrageous promise ever.
Owners of the scheme claim they want to reward their investors with a “72 Million” through its bogus “3:5 Spillover Matrix System” and guess what, “without doing much work”.
The Nigerian Ponzi scheme underbelly has many surprises in its community. The promise of Naira United to its proposed investors should not be a surpise at the end of the day.
From the prima facie, there are no information on who owns and or run the scheme. The only information which does not mean anything was that:
“We are team of specialist who are ready to help one another to Endeavour safe hassle in the world of business and financial crisis. All our members are eligible to contact us anytime regarding any online business venture they need support or advice for in a better approach of risk management portfolio”
There are no mechanics that can be used to prove how true it is that Naira United promoters are truly ‘specialists’ and how they earned the so-colled knowledge that allowed them to give advice on ‘risk management portfolio’
Owners of the scheme also boast that:
“This company (Naira United) was founded by a team of enthusiastic humanitarian 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 for everyone who are willing to secure this medium to enhance financial freedom”.
Whatever that means, it is plain hogwash. From a humanitarian community to an experienced ‘risk management portfolio’ advisers, the scheme is as incosistent as it get.
Any financial organisation should be upfront about who owns and or run the company. This scheme is not also regietered with the appropriate authorities such as the the Central Bank of Nigeria and or the Securities and Exchange Commission. This makes everything it claims to be untrue.
The website was registered on the 27th of February, 2017. All other details about the website as to who owns it has been set to private.
On the overall Naira United is not only too good to be true, but a pure scam that will end up screwing up most of its investors just like many other Ponzi scams feeding on the greed of the public.