MMM Freezes Accounts Of All Its Members In Nigeria
The Popular pyramid scheme, Mavrodi Mondial Movement (MMM) has frozen the accounts of all its members. The scheme, which has well over 2 million members registered in Nigeria announced the freeze today.
The freeze means members will not be able to “Get help” until January due to what the operators term a ‘heavy workload’.
In a newsletter to all its members, the scheme’s operators claimed it needs time to deal with “the constant frenzy provoked by authorities in the media”.
Read the release below;
MMM Nigeria No. 1 Guider Chuddy On One Month Freezing of Confirmed Mavros
This is from MMM Nigeria Guider 1 Chuddy
Hi Mavrodians, As we all must have seen in our PO of the news on Mavro frozen for a month.
This isn’t the first of its kind. It happens when there are excess PANIC in the system
It was placed on Zimbabwe and after the duration it was lifted.
This idea is brought forward to Calm the members down on intending Threat the FG and Mass media has planned on the system.
It doesn’t mean that there is no more money in the system because in my PO now as a guider, I have about 2million+ PH orders. And I know it would be like that in most Guiders PO too. So you see!!! Money to pay out the orders wouldn’t be a problem.
But the Admins needed to apply measures to sustain the growth of the system. In order to fight issues that may arose as a result of Massive PH already this xmas.
? Uploading of Fake POP
? non confirmation of orders and the rest.
So this is the best strategy to put FG to shame.
We all need not panic as our money is in safe hands. Check out your Mavros and you see your money is intact both for 30% bonuses and 20% accrued bonuses
You can keep PHing if you have the money, though you will definitely not be matched until Mavros are unfrozen. But that will really go a long way for you as your PH made this December will surely be giving you extra 20% after paying out next year.
No cause for Alarm
We live to expect a stronger MMM by January 14th, 2017
See tweets of some concerned Nigerians.
— Mr. Aye Dee (@MrAyeDee) December 13, 2016
— MMM Nigeria Support (@MMMNigeriaHelp) December 13, 2016
— Bella Victor (@Iambellavictor) December 13, 2016
Some people sha.. they want to get rich but they don’t wanna work for it.. they are after quick money .. so they always fall a victim #MMM
— Syraj? (@Syraj_) December 13, 2016