Thousands Lose Huge Sums Of Money As MMM Crashes [CLICK]


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Thousands of people are now counting their losses after they were rendered bankrupt following the crash of online pyramid scheme, MMM Global.

Among the victims of the most recent crash are civil servants and vendors in Zimbabwe.

The ponzi scheme advertises itself as a mutual aid fund under which recruited members contribute money to assist others and are promised investment returns of 30 percent per month.


mmm-nigeriaAccording to reports, some of the participants said they received emails that the scheme had been suspended.

The abrupt collapse of the scheme came up after Econet’s mobile financial service platform, EcoCash distanced itself from the pyramid scheme. Participants claimed they were using EcoCash for their transactions.

People who are desperate to get rich quick have in the past months been joining the online investment scheme.

The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe warned people that the scheme was fraudulent and there was no legal recourse in the event they lost their money.

The central bank said MMM, which advertises its operations through a website and recruiting agents, was not a registered or regulated entity.

EcoCash said: “We have noted that some of these pyramid schemes are allegedly advertising in a manner that suggests that the Ecocash facility is a medium for prospective members to deposit their money. This is not correct.

“We advise our valued customers and all stakeholders that Ecocash is a licensed mobile payment platform that enables customers to make financial transactions such as sending money, buying prepaid airtime as well as paying for goods and services within the confines of the law of Zimbabwe. EcoCash promotes safe and legal transactions but will not be held liable for any losses arising from the use of EcoCash to engage in illegal activities such as Ponzi schemes.”

One of the affected participants, Mr Tinashe Muza of Harare said: “All along things were moving in the right direction and we now have nowhere to claim our investments.

“When we started putting our funds in the scheme one could get assistance within seven days but things later changed to 14 days and when we were shut out the waiting period was 21 days. What it simply means is that the number of people in need of help has outnumbered the number of people joining. Right now we have nowhere to get our money which we invested.”

MMM stands for Mavrodi Mondial Moneybox and takes its name from its founder, Sergei Panteleevich Mavrodi of Russia. He founded MMM in 1989 and the scheme was declared bankrupt three years later leading to the disappearance of Mavrodi until his arrest in 2003.

Another victim, Mrs Rosemary Mawonde said: “We never thought the scheme would end this way as we believed that by using EcoCash to do the transactions, things were in order. I am surprised that EcoCash is also distancing itself from the scheme and it is clear that I will never recover the $300 that I invested.”

While some people who were skeptical about the scheme started with small amounts, it is believed some poured in thousands of dollars anticipating higher returns. The RBZ said the schemes were fraudulent as existing investors were ‘paid money not from genuine market investment of their funds, but from contributions made by new investors, until a point when the scheme can no longer attract new investors.

“The participants are made aware that they make their money by recruiting new members who in turn must recruit more members,” warned the Central Bank.

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    Good day all… I will do my best to explain wot really happened in MMM Zimbabwe in order to calm panics in d mind of misinformed MMM participants.

    MMM Zimbabwe offers 100% mavro growth in 30days. This was implemented to attract participants due to the economic hardship in the country.

    This mavro growth for those of us in business is called market penetration.

    Again their mavro was never frozen just like ours in Nigeria which multiplies for 15 days and also freezes for that long before withdrawal.

    What happened in Zimbabwe is an implementation of what is already going on in Nigeria. MMM has seen that they don’t need no market penetration to attract participants. They mavro growth was reduced from 100% to 20%. 10% below what we are getting in Nigeria(30%).

    And the mavro is also frozen for 14days just as its been done in Nigeria. The Nigerian Model works perfectly fine and MMM is trying to implement it globally.

    So there is no collapse of any structure, its just a remodelling of what is already in place in Nigeria
    Again this is what happened in south African in April.

    They reduced their mavro growth from 50% or so to 30% and 20% with other schemes like lotteries introduced. And I can categorically tell you that the South African Mmm community is growing faster and better than ever after that change and reduction in mavro growth.

    Some other points to note is: The writer of that piece, has absolutely no knowledge of how mmm works, and the main aim of it is to cause panic. Zimbabwe MMM is still going on even with the 80% decrease in mavro growth. Did anyone lose their money? No.

    What happened is when u pledge 10k, instead of getting 20k reward in 30days, which is 100% reward, u get 12k which is 20% reward. They are still rewarded with 2k.

    In Nigeria we get 3k reward for 10k pledge. So did anyone lose their money? Absolutely not. Has it stopped MMM Zimbabwe from continuing? Not at all.

    *Hence, the Nigerian Model of MMM Works perfectly so let’s keep it going?*

    Need I remind us that MMM Nigeria is the strongest in the world as at today. We have a spirit of moving mountains.


  2. This site needs traffic and the only thing that can do this is MMM. MMM has it ideology… No need lying. Zimbabwe is doing well. We are not shakened by your lies. Go and fix Nigeria economy and take your eyes away from what is keeping u busy. Nonsense

  3. It is very funny how I’m having a headache and someone else decides to take panadol in order to cure my headache. First of all this ur news is a very big lie, secondly we are in Nigeria, not Zimbabwe, thirdly, MMM already warns that it is a risk and so participant should run their MMM accounts with their spare money thus, I know I’m taking a risk with MY money and MY risk is paying ME. Point: MY MONEY not YOURS. Na wah oooo.

  4. Am very happy that every body is talking about MMM. U can only talk about something that is good. It really means that in less than a year MMM has touch lives and changed our financial status. Thanks for advertising mmm for free. During this period of ur fake publication we are proud to have thousands of new reg members.

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