50 MMM Investors Committed Suicide…More Scary Things About the Ponzi Scheme You Never Knew

As the economic recession continues to bite harder, Nigerians are looking for ways to make more money and survive which is why many are now looking up to MMM (Mavrodi Mondial Moneybox) for survival.

The “Wonder Bank” scheme which promises 30 per cent Return on Investment (ROI) after 30 days is really trending and more and more people are investing their money daily.

All you hear is “MMM pays” and trust Nigerians to latch on to anything that will give them free money especially in these hard times. Just yesterday, reports surfaced that the federal government of Nigeria is taking moves to shut down MMM operations in Nigeria.

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has warned Nigerians against patronizing the MMM scheme but all these warnings have fallen on deaf ears.

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