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Wednesday, 16 November 2016

EFCC Says MMM Is Under Surveillance

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, has confirmed ongoing surveillance on the MMM investment scheme.



EFCC spokesman, Wilson Uwujaren, gave this indication in an interview with DAILY POST on the sidelines of a training programme in Port Harcourt.

Uwujaren, however, said the House of Representatives cannot direct the EFCC to investigate what he described as faceless wonder bank like MMM.

He said the anti-graft agency was also watching other online schemes that promise huge returns on investments.

The EFCC spokesman said preliminary investigations have shown that such online schemes thrive in countries that are facing economic recession.

He warned that there was big chance of desperate subscribers on such platforms of losing their investments.

“We can only arrest people based on the evidence that we have. The House made a resolution but the resolution is a public announcement.
From dailypost.






115 comments:

  1. Now that I'm just getting started.😡

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    1. LMAO I'm not stopping anytime soon sef

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    2. I am not a fan of this MMM but abeg EFCC, CBN and all of them should leave them alone. No be their money again

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    3. I just got started too. Why are they so interested in stopping mmm? They should focus on bringing us out of recession. They just want us to be beggars and dependent.

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    4. Our leaders are wicked, they don't have anything to offer us yet they want to frustrate mmm that is sustaining people in this recession. Buhari and co leave MMM o, is it ur fraud?

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    5. The only reason they wanna stop it I because they are not getting commission from it. They get commission from naija bet and others, and people are not saving in banks like before again, cos the interest on MMM is quite better and under a month, you are richer. If MMM gives them 1% of the money coming in, they will be happy and shut up. There are only after their gains. #Nigeria and greed.

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    6. I don't do MMM but mehhhhhh i'm considering it o o ***lol**

      A friend of mine started in September, she put 50k she got 125k after it matured, she got a lot of down lines though, her brother in Uk pledged almost 1mil that's what boast her earning, immediately she collected her, 125k, she remove her 50k, she pledge the 75k she got, this 75k gave her more than 150k,

      No body told me this, she opened her MMM account and I saw everything, chaiiiii, she use the money to get the latest tecno Phantom 6+ abi na 7+,

      Oh boyyyyyyyyy I was just amazed,

      I told her yesterday that babe MMM bought u phone **lol


      Abeg dis CBN people leave people that are eating from it,

      People pledge now with their profit not with their main money

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    7. I'll just pass.

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    8. The Monkey Money Madness! (MMM) Once upon a time in a village, a man appeared and announced that he would buy monkeys for N100 each. The villagers seeing that there were so many monkeys around, went out to the forest and started catching them. The man bought thousands at N100 and as supply started to diminish, the villagers stopped their efforts. He further announced that he would now buy at N200. This renewed the efforts of the villagers and they started catching monkeys again. Soon the supply diminished and people started going back to their farms. The offer rate increased to N250 but the supply of monkeys became so little that it took much effort to even see a monkey, let alone catch one. The man now announced that he would buy monkeys at N500! However, since he had to go to the city on some business, his assistant would now buy on his behalf. In the absence of the man, his assistant told the villagers: ''Look at all these monkeys in the big cage that my OGA has bought from you, I will sell them to you at N350 and when my OGA returns from the city, you can sell it to him at N500''. The villagers squeezed out all their HARD EARNED savings and bought all the monkeys. The most greedy ones among them even sold their lands to purchase many MONKEYS, hoping to make a huge profit without labor. Then... They never saw the man or his assistant. Only monkeys everywhere! Remember the last offer was 250 and he has sold all the monkeys back to the villagers at the rate of 350. Now who is loosing? MMM patrons, be warned doomsday is near. Welcome to # MMM.The world of Monkeys!


      #copied

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    9. The truth is that no one will ever show you their source and secret of lasting wealth. Once they do, then look very well. There is a trap somewhere. These people are not investors, they don't have any products, where is the profit coming from??? No one can explain that.
      They thrive by the money new converts bring into the business, once people stop bringing money, the business will collapse and Guess what, almost everyone has been ploughing in so that they can carry their chunk in DECEMBER but guess what? If everyone wants to collect in December then where will all the money to pay them come from? This MMM will crash this December rush, if it survives it, then it will stand the test of time. Let's see. Don't be fooled. 30percent of whatever you invest? Hmnnn? Without any form of work? Or business? Come on. In this recession that all businesses are collapsing, even if they are trading with the money, what kind of profitable trade is that? Let Greed not take the better part of our suffering.

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    10. God bless you anon 15.35

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  2. I'm yet to register for this mmm and to think all my siblings are benefitting greatly from it

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    1. Same here. I'll register tomorrow

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    2. My sis put in 1.5m abd cashed out 2.1m last month. Thinking of sending home 3m,but i'm so scared. Make e no reach my turn make mmm crash!

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    4. @anon 11:10 try mmm united. U don't need to send money home. All u need is bitcoin. U can Google for more info. Their is 100% return. Advice to start with small money sha.

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    5. How do I do the bitcoin?

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    6. EFCC SHOULD GO & TAKE SEVERAL SEATS MBOK! WETIN "CONSINE" THEM WITH MMM, MTCHEEEEEEEEEW!!! CATCH THEM IF YOU CAN!


      ... JESUS IS MY WORTH!

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  3. hahahaha, me i want to go and try mmm small.

    let me wait and watch how things will unfold

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    1. stupid EFCC mind your business. They are the greatest thieves we have, heard a story on embelembe, how they arrested an innocent person and collected his money. Please leave us alone to do as we please with our money. We don't give our money to an platform, we pay each other, why can't they just understand that this is a thrift kind of business.

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    2. More than half of Efcc staff are participants of mmm, Dats y they r speaking English and partially in support. In the end nothing de happen.

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    3. Whatever analysis they make of MMM, they can go on. The difference between is when people ventured into risks, others were busy contemplating the definition of risk.
      MMM's idealogy is as simple as ABC, yet people are still pondering about how they pay 30percent. A friend told me her brother put in 120k and after he got 150k, he stopped. I had to ask her, so your brothers financial goal in life is a paltry 50k? Different platforms have sprung up after MMM came into light. MMM still tops the chart. It's just like a typical osusu setting, MMM just happens to be on a large scale, I use my money to help someone, when it's my turn, someone is there to help me. And if we all decide to stick to the game, instead of pulling out because u got 50k, you could buy ur dream car, nd own ur own house. Someone I was feeding begged me to join MMM in March, I said it will soon crash. Now, that guy is still doing MMM and building his house. If the negative participants on MMM are pulling out cuz I might crash December, your loss, everyday is 1 percent profit for me. And there are still a lot of people like me who will never pull out. Contact me to join MMM. 2C19AA54

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  4. how? they should stop fooling us. its an online platform if they want to shut it down they should do so and stop tell us story. how do u monitor an online platform that u dont have control over.

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  5. Mtcheeewww...
    What's their business bikonu?,..
    Is it their money?....
    MMM bu Ebeano!...
    My regret is that I didn't start on time...

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    1. Me too, i regret not starting siiinccce. Next stop is to become a guider

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    2. Same here. I wish I started earlier

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    3. Nne oburo so gi but am not about to stop now ooo so efcc and co should stop taking panadol extra on top my own headache. Well their anger is that we are are getting richer but they can't stop me. Am a proud MAVRODIAN.

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    4. I wish I started earlier too.

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    5. Yes oo. Proud Mavrodian. They want to bury us but, dey no knw say we be seed!!!

      My only regret is that I didn't start way back.....

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  6. I still have not gotten the liver to invest in this MMM. What if it crash? What if it's a scam? How genuine is it?

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    1. Stay der n be asking silly questions......#MMM is the great deal

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    2. Procrastination is a lazy man's apology. Start now! MMM pays!

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    3. @ Ada, what if it doesn't crash! The Platform says....use your spare money
      @least they have not failed on their promise...
      I was scared too till I tried it...

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  7. MMM is paying good, won't stop investing .

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  8. Abeg make una leave MMM alone.

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  9. MMM saving lives of unemployed Youths like me.....

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  10. Na wa oh...
    Are they done chasing the corrupt politicians??
    MMM is "Air bizzness"... They cnt do shit about it till it dies a natural death.
    MMM is the best thg since sliced bread.... & its for the hard hearted.
    Diffrent rumours tagging it ritualists money, 666 money... Na them sabi.

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    1. Hehehehe @ atheist
      Non-stop PHing & GHing
      EFCC itself is 'Ponzi'
      I know how many of my colleagues were sacked, I know how many have survived & benefited this through MMM platform...abegi

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  11. On what ground are they fighting MMM if I may ask. Everything about life and Nigeria in particularly is a risk and Nigeria Govt have initiated several scheme that crashed hopelessly, they should free masses biko.

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  12. If not for the fact that I don't have money I for do diz MMM thing, e be like say EFCC dey craze abi.

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  13. I laugh in Swahili.... Just negodu!! Government face and solve the economic situation in Nigeria. Leave MMM alone!!!

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  14. Efcc is so clueless, kai, bunch of impotent men.

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  15. APC govt has been confused since 1900!!

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  16. I don't know why they are making noise, they should only be concerned if people are crying that they have been scammed, but it is not the case here, cos ordinary citizens are testifying to the goodness of mmm in their lives. Useless set of people, instead of them to give directives to investigate what dstv and gotv are doing, for the past one week my kids can not watch their favourite programmes, and d subscription will soon expire, which I know I am going to renew, so who is going to compensate me. That is what I call a scam, Nonsense.

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  17. They should go sit down jare, started with 20k, I have been able to get a brand new laptop, pay for my clearance fees in school and would foot my nysc camp expenses all by myself, they are here telling us shit! My course mate that is now a guider is looking like one alhajji now, bought car, land and investing in his offline business, one won't believe he is a corper. MMM pays, Mmm uplifting one's standard of living, MMM is the real deal.

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    1. Please how did your friend become a guider? I really want to know what it takes to be one. Thanks for your response

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  18. As much as I hate dis MMM stuff I see nothing illegal in what they are doing sha....so this Efcc pipo should chill-lax about dis whole marra biko....my only problem with dis mmm is dat its making people lazy....everyone want free 30% interest dat u didn't work for....but wat do I know sha....lemme be busy with dis bank work iyam doing

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  19. Even the 20k I started with as at August, I have removed it, now tell me, even if it crashed (not any moment from now though) I won't feel bad, cuz I have gain a whole lot. MMM should keep on scamming me biko, I Luv dis kind of scam. If u are interested, indicate lemme put u through, hehehe. I greet my fellow mavrodians!!!

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  20. Even the 20k I started with as at August, I have removed it, now tell me, even if it crashed (not any moment from now though) I won't feel bad, cuz I have gain a whole lot. MMM should keep on scamming me biko, I luv dis kind of scam. If u are interested, indicate lemme put u through, hehehe. I greet my fellow mavrodians!!!

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    1. Pls I'm interested, put me through, thanks

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    2. Drop your email address here, let's start from there if you are serious

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  21. Odikwa egwu oh they don't want the masses to make Money.

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  22. Odikwa egwu oh they don't want the masses to make Money.

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  23. My biggest regret is not starting in tym.
    JUstinov started last month and now my referral bonus is almost 250,000

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  24. i swear if not for mmm i for don die walai. but really why is government so pained about what a grown up with sound mind do with his or her money? ok make answer myself. they pained because pple no longer put their money in bank ad fixed deposit so no money for them to use poor masses money to give loan to the richhh. na because my money still dey bank . infact i go collect my money from bank put under pillow. na because mmm no dey pay tax like bet9ja so he dey pain u. lol at mmm under obsercation abi wetin dey yarn. even country with high technology couldnt even shut down mmm. govt make una face front . if u aint on mmm platform u are wrong . come and chop and run . i no even dey concentrate for work again as i earn same thing with my mmm

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  25. mmm been saving family tipe tipe. i have registered eceryone even my ancestors. my only regret is not joing early choi. he go crash he go crash . i have been hearing that since march . november we dey e never crash . make una dey there . lmao mmm for live

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  26. They should leave our mmm and face other pressing need. Mmm is helping a lot of us. Its putting food on people table.i am beginning to suspect that the Nigerian Govt like the way Nigerians suffer.

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  27. who wan arrest who lol. my uncle works with efccc and he dey mmm dey relax . infact like 10 of his colleague dey d platform.. who dem they wine.my uncle self they laugh as i dey type say hin oga say dis , he tell me say the oga wey talk this news self he use hin wife register just so it doesnt look like na him dey do.

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    1. @ anno 11'15
      You're crayyyyyyyyyyyyyyy

      See as I dey laugh

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    2. Hahaha.....abeg no kill me with laugh.pple have been making money on mmm since 1900bc my regrett is dat i didn't join ealier.i even concentrate on creating account for new freshers dan doing my daily business.i am beginning to think the world bank at large is in support of dis.dis is how they plan to help Nigerians out of recess5

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    3. Hahahah.....this got me!

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  28. EFCC face your work, MMM is not your work abeg!

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  29. Lol....My EFCC friend is deep into MMM. They can't bring MMM download. My sisters who are employed can't even remember they last they were broke, all thanks to God and MMM. MMM na you biko!!!

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  30. thanks to mmm. reccession no reach my side.

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  31. Please, can someone explain how MMM investment works? I'm interested. Thanks in advance.

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  32. Maybe I should give it a try

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  33. THE THING WEY DEY PAI ME PASS BE SAY, WETIN CONCERN GOVT INSIDE? SHEBI NA OUR MONEY? BABA IJEBU BEEN EATING PEOPLE'S MONEY SINCE 1900 NOBODY MAKE NOISE. I KNOW HOW MUICH I HAVE LOST IN FUTBOL BETTING. SABAPUO BIKO

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  34. 😂😂😂😂😂
    Mtcheeew
    It's like this govt don't have work to do....
    It's now we knw of their love for us... mtcheew.
    After stealing our monies we shouldn't recover abi?
    Even if it's not legit and will crash the risk is on us doing it and not them

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  35. Well, it's not surprising FG wants to clamp down on MMM.

    Abi wetin una expect before?
    With inflation going 11-year high, banks retrenching in thousands, Oil revenue shrinking by the day, and FG raising a RED flag about impending doom called FAMINE, will come to the aid of the masses???

    MMM, no doubt, has its inherent risks, but recall when several banks in Nigeria collapsed with billions of Naira in customers money lost. How much does NDDC gives according to the constitution? So, is that not a risk on its own?

    The platform says you should invest having known the risks and that you are of sound mind. Period. Has the FG clamped down on the same rogues who ammased public wealth, purchase exotic cars even in these harsh economic periods, apportion stupendous amount as sitting allowances when innocent and hapless workers groan in abject poverty? Workers sacrifice a greater part of their lives for decades to a system that further aggravate their hopelessness when they queue up in rain and sunshine for pensions. So, tell me, who are the real scammers?

    Funerals are being celebrated by the day in their ever-increasing numbers due to the cronic economic lifestyle introduced by the government.

    Live and let live. Not even the 5k could be paid, yet billions of Naira are being stollen by the day

    We look forward to an enabling environment. Not threats to clamp down on avenues where poor masses look forward to.

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  36. dear Nigerian government please face front and let Nigerians make money. My family members in Nigeria are really making money through this MMM. At first i didn't believe it but now I do, they joined 3 months ago. I will join soon.

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  37. dear Nigerian government please face front and let Nigerians make money. My family members in Nigeria are really making money through this MMM. At first i didn't believe it but now I do, they joined 3 months ago. I will join soon. Too much suffering in Nigeria allow them make money!

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  38. God fire their generation there!na there money?make them scam us na at least they are doing for us what they the government and all its agencies never did for us and can never do till they expire.so e dey pain dem say people haven't revolted against them since through riots and all what not,it's because of Mmm,mhu!they shouldn't even go there because na that time dem go see real riot and destruction for this government.you all should focus on securing the people of this great nation from terrorists and creating jobs and catching those politicians stealing our money and leave Mmm alone.abeg,bikonu,no be una money.face other important things disturbing this country cos Mmm is not one of them.ndi oshi.i dey enter midnight prayer for una head starting today...e no go work for una,ah ah!na so una hate us reach?u guys don't want the masses to be happy at all or eat?mbanu!o gaghi erere unu...Tufiakwa!

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  39. Even these politicians participates in MMM ooo. Dont be deceived

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  40. It is impossible for the FG of Nigeria or any other world power for that matter to shot down MMM.
    This is for several reasons,

    1.MMM servers are the most advanced set of servers in the World... It is accessed by more that 200 million people world wide who visit it Atleast 2-5 times a day... Yet, the serve is never down.

    2. MMM servers are not even hosted in Nigeria, so how can the FG shot it down.

    3. MMM has no physical office in Nigeria, so how can the FG shot it down..

    4. Participating in MMM isn't illegal and participants are not breaking any law... If donating money to a fellow man is illegal then it means the federal government must be ready to arrest everyone in Nigeria because we all donate money to friends and families but that's obviously impossible.

    5. The South African government earlier in the year tried to shot down MMM South Africa on the basis that it is a ponzi scheme but they failed. MMM South Africa participants took the government to court and won the case. The government had to make a withdrawal of some of the negative things they had published allot MMM.
    Just 2 weeks ago, the president of South Africa came out publicly to advise unemployed youths to embrace MMM.

    6. So, in the same way, MMM Nigeria can never be shot down by the FGN. All we need to do is continue our now PH and GH and keep smiling to the bank.

    MMM pays!
    Long Live MMM!
    Together we change the world. send me a mail to register....julietnatha24@gmail.com

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  41. lilly simple u can lie ooooooooooo
    50k yielded 125k?
    I started with 100k and I didn't get up to that amount u just mentioned
    easy with the lies biko
    u ain't getting paid

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    1. Its possible she allowed it to grow for a long time u collecfed yours so fast.
      U can leave it to grow then provide another help whil the first one keep growing.

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    2. Didn't u read where she said she had downliners and part of d money was ref bonus.

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    3. If you refer a person who invest 1m you make 10% which is 100k so its very possible

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    4. It is not lies, it depends on the people you register. If after PH with 50k and you register someone who PH with 500k, you get 10% of the person's money. I.e you get 50k as your referral bonus plus the 50k you initially put up which would have yielded 15k as interest in addition to your registration bonus. It goes on and on like that. It is not every time you should think people are lying. Try and register people under you and be smiling to the bank. And by the way, i am not the person who wrote the "50k yielding 125K".

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    5. Highness you dont know anything so shut up, register more ppl n stop being lazy. I have 400+downliners and at times I get 100k from 1 person....imagine if all of them ph with a million...!?

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  42. Send me an email to put u thru salihuaeesha92@gmail.com.

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  43. Someone should please educate me, what is this MMM I keep reading here? Looks like almost all BVs are investors in it..

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  44. Mumu, in your bid to sound wise, you ended up being foolish. You didn't see referal bonus there?

    And how did you start with 100k and not get 125k when 30k is your normal gain from 100k to give you 130k?

    I hope it's not the cloned website you are running.
    Bloody mofo.

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  45. The only form of control measure this people can bring is by trying to crash the site and anybody in his or her right senses would not dare try a cyber war with any Russian or all this eastern European. Even upper echelon Americans they fear Russian hackers.

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  46. Efcc,police,soldiers,dss,sss,they are all GH and PH,we want our mmm,live mmm for us,the money I Lost investing in transportation business,if someone had convinced me then about mmm,I would have traveled home this Christmas with the latest "okwu oto ekene eze"that is on my mind,abeg efcc I have plenty plans,is our money we didn't ask for your investigation.

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  47. @Highest Gwen,if you start with 100k @least you should have 130 back,next time allow your money grow.

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  48. MMM is the real deal
    long live MMM
    Proud Marvodian
    For those who want to register, pls send me a mail and we will take it up from there....

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  49. The biggest mistake I made this year is not starting MMM early. I have made unbelievable amount of men on MMM and our government better take a chill pill cos I am not stopping anytime soon.
    I used to crack head when rent is due but I have just helped someone secure a flat, all expense paid by me and I didn't even feel it, thanks to MMM.
    Negotiating a land now, all thanks to MMM. God has used this scheme to lift me beyond my expectations. You too can stop struggling.
    If you want to be guided on how it works, write me on promiseclem at yahoo dot com

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  50. They should keep it under surveillance for as long as they want. In fact mmm is opened to any kind of investigation, it will further show people how transparent things are on the scheme.

    MMM is bae

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  51. Didn't y'all notice that begging on SDK blog has reduced greatly? The magic is MMM. Almost everyone is sure if the next meal now. God bless MMM.

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  52. I just bought my car, tnx to MMM. Pledged 2million last month,got 2.701,000 three days ago.u still think it's a scam?

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  53. I wish I started on time, MMM is real. Pls send me a mail if u are interested

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  54. I wish I started on time, MMM is real. Pls send me a mail if u are interested

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  55. Pls Ow can I join dis MMM stuff

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  56. For more information and registration
    Send me mail at tiwaventures247@gmail.com
    MMM is saving people from poverty

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