Bankers to be Sacked for Introducing Customers to MMM
Commercial banks are reportedly seeking to fire staff who sold the idea of major Ponzi Scheme, Mavrodi Mondial Moneybox to customers.
It has been gathered that some banks are seriously considering sacking their workers who were found guilty of introducing customers to the Ponzi scheme.
The bankers were said to have got customers of financial institutions involved in the scheme in order for them to make 10 per cent commission.
A reliable source said: “Just learnt hundreds of bankers may lose their jobs for luring their bank customers into investing in the failed MMM. Just for 10% commission.”
Recall that reports about the freezing of accounts of participants in the MMM Ponzi scheme emerged on Tuesday, December 13.
It would be recalled that some banks warned their customers over participating in the scheme. Some banks even wrote letters to their customers warning them away from MMM.
There is no public announcement as regards the sanction of erring bank workers yet.
MMM participants are currently in a limbo as fears of a possible crash amounts.