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Monday, April 04, 2022

Failed Ponzi Scheme Initiator Marksman Ijomah Reportedly Goes Into Hiding With Billions Belonging To Customers...

 Marksman Ijomah Chinedu,the CEO of Chinmark Group has reportedly gone into hiding after he failed to refund his investor Billions of naira ......









Some of the inventors whose monies have  gone down the drain in Chinmarks failed Ponzi Scheme have reportedly taken case to deities, whereas others are threatening suicide.

Before Chimark CEO  established the now rested business, he was famously known for his motivational speeches in Churches.

when he established the Chinmark investment platform, which promised investors mouth-watering return on their investment monthly, it did not take time before many Nigerians embraced the platform.

Now Mr Chinmark has gone into hiding......

Sad!

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    1. Funny thing is another one will come and people will gladly invest, some people don’t learn.
      Nobody can talk me into investing in stuff like this.

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    2. Sure, Eesah, we can't blame PMB for Chinmark's alleged crime, but your PMB should take responsibility for the failed state that Nigeria is fast becoming. Stop supporting failure blindly.

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    3. this chinmark thing really hurts me. my dad has 1.5Million Naira with chinmark. he invested that money for him and his wife. he doesnt like asking his children for money. now the money is gone. how do i tell over 80yrs man that his 1.5m is gone.
      now i am thinking of how i will be removing 30k from my salary monthly. Jesusssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss help your daughter. why am i suffering when i pay my tithe 100percent to you. help me lord help me.

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    4. 2 pple I can never give my money to, Pastors and men who wear off colors. Pls what is Orange suit doing on his body? Orange?

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  2. Didn't people learn lessons from MMM?

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    1. Bv Blackberry exited this WhatsApp group.
      🀭🀭🀭🀭🀭🀭🀭🀭🀭

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    2. Blackberry te tuer lΓ  bas..

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    3. Kai she steal your boyfriend? Why so much disgust on someone. Jesus Christ is coming soon, you don't need to make wahala

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    4. I dont even pity ppl that loose money in these schemes, bcos i put it down to their GREED. I wont even blame them from their ignorance cos MMM shld have thot ppl valuable lessons.
      Go to Banks...let them advice you on Bonds,Treasury Bills,Commercial papers etc but due to greed u want to double ur money in a short period.

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    5. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ anon 10:53 pls nah..

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    6. Same Blackberry that laughed at me wen I said Crepto was like MMM?

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  3. another ponzi is zend finance that one will soon crash

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  4. He squandered all the investors’ monies on his fifty-eleven side chicks😁😁😁

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  5. I no see wetin una dey sell or buy, I no see una farms or fisheries...so why would I want to invest my hard-earned money? Like I said, if I don't see and feel the product I no go buy.
    If it's too good to be true,it probably is.
    Sparkle777

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    1. I just tire. No product, yet you're investing. Imagine one of their slogan 'go to sleep while your money works for you'. How?
      He was busy splashing money around.
      He splash you water, 500k.
      He meets a shoe maker, 200k.
      Side chicks, expensive trips, powerful rides, where una think say he dey get all the money? Nigerians will always fall for any thief who falls under the cloak of religion, chanting grace up and down. All we have, God gave us, we are a product of Grace bla bla bla.

      Abeg I have my own problems. Someone should buy me chicken and chips, my enemies are after me.

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    2. He has restaurants, hotel, dispatch/logistics services etc.

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    3. lol..@castle is so funny ..if I was nearby I will buy you nkwobi join sef as you made me laugh today

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    4. Mrs Chinmark @9:44 welcome

      What's the hotel name, ng.check.com hasn't shut down,we want to check real names of real owners

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    5. Castle don't mind them. They will always fall for such schemes because of GREED! I no pity anybody wey be victim for here, NEVER!

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  6. Please people should stop investing in all of these schemes. They always go into hiding. The other one till today him and the wife are no where to be found. So pathetic to those that invested in this hard times

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  7. Ponzi schemes, NO NO NO. But people won't learn. Another one comes tomorrow, people will still "dive"

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  8. Motivational speaker in churches OK na

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  9. The returns wasn't mouth watering though.
    2 or 3 percent is not mouth watering when compared to others offering 30-70 percent.

    This goes to show that an average Nigerian man is greedy, wicked and heartless starting from the poorest. If not, how do you explain someone taking away someone's lifetime sweat.
    Some people didn't exactly invest just for the returns but to keep their money their so it could be safe as well as yielding till they want to use it for their plans.
    I have a friend who wants to add her money with the money she'll receive from a contract that would be rounded up by July to set up a business this year. And she didn't invest because she was greedy. She did because she saw workable plans or the façade put in place by this scammer not knowing his plans.
    The average Nigerian is not worthy to be trusted especially those who parade themselves as the most religious of all.

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    1. Not the average Nigerian. 95% "of Nigerians πŸ’

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    2. πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

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    3. Your friend doesnt know the way to a BANK ? Choose old generation bank if shes scared of d new ones and do Bonds or any investments with them. When shes ready for her biz she collects her money plus interest.

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    4. No, not because of safe keeping. It was all done for greed. Dem no know where banks dey again? Abi are Nigerian banks on vacay?

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    5. Abi oooo, what of fixed deposit account or treasury bill??? I can't invest my sweat on such beautiful nonsense

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  10. The heart of men is deceitful and wicked Please guard your money oo as all this ponzi schemes don't last..According to sources on Facebook,he is still in Enugu.I hope and pray he can be apprehended..

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  11. Some people just don't learn. And it is greed that causes this.

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  12. I have no pity for any individual that was scammed and will be scammed in the nearest future by any Ponzi scheme. Since you people are so greedy and want quick money, may they continue to scam you.
    You can never advise these gullible people. They think they are wiser and the adviser doesn't have sense or you don't like having more money.
    May every greedy fellow who invested his or her money in Ponzi scheme be scammed. No pity for you from here.

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    1. That what I use to say till I was scammed. I'm not greedy tho but...

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  13. Oviaoza is getting her own share.
    FB dragging left and right.

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    1. Hmm I hope she comes out clean ooo.Cos I don't get why she can't just let people come pick up their goods and sell to recover the money..

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  14. Some people keeps making me laugh...Why will I invest in something that is not real...

    During my NYSC days,,I suffered from all these Ponzi madness.... introduce rubbish to me and get lashed

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    1. That was how I fell for Geldaps that year.

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  15. Amy business With ROI run, go your bank and open a domiciliary account and save in dollars, better still there are remote jobs on upwork that pay 3 dollars for survey try that too
    udo

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  16. Now it's under the guise of affiliate marketing, they practically beg you to pay and learn it. If it was really fantastic, they won't cajole you to do it. Every one wanna recoup the money they spent doing affiliate.

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    1. Mom Ella , I hope you are reading this. Madam Affiliate marketing. Dem no dey tell person sontin twice o.

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  17. The man deserves an award. Those who don't know what to do with it should give to those who have better use for it. Afterall if you tell them, they won't hear. It is the same as telling people to stop paying tithes to these thieving pastors. They will never listen and keep justifying nonsense. They deserve to be scammed. Nigerians are the gifts that keep giving. If you can't scam Nigerians, you can't scam anyone.

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  18. Guys , leave ur money in d bank, ona no go hear. If u are looking for how to multiply it , go for that CBN fixed deposit (I think it’s Treasury Bills or so).At least u are sure ur money is intact in a federal government’s treasury, it can’t be denied or disappear, unlike private financial firms that can either liquidate ,d operator starts telling stories or elopes for greener pastures. Stop applying sentiments bcoz ds celebrity is their ambassador ,it’s genuine or people are testifying, let me go for it. Yes, initially, they will make it look enterprising & enticing, waiting for time to strike .Even all these foreign Networks that they advertise & tell u stories of astounding testimonies, are not 100% trustworthy. My blood sister lost over a million that nearly ended her marriage. Be careful guys.

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    1. This is my advice to anyone,but due to GREED they wont do Bonds or Treasury Bills. They want to double their money in a month and banks cant do that.

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  19. Guy man don abscond with people money πŸ’²πŸ’²πŸ’²πŸ’²πŸ’²

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  20. My MMM user name and password still in my bible. I kept it in between Psalm 35.

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  21. My sister added me to her church group and next thing I found myself in 3 or 4 other groups sef..one was an investment group that was hiding under church things. I was so disgusted because how can you tell me to bring 4 naira and I'd get 10 naira at the end of 6 months..does that sound right to anyone? If I too vex, won't I just buy shares? People that patronize all these guys are greedy biko. So I have no sympathy for your plight. My sis lost 5m to those MBA investment guys.. I warned her but she wouldn't listen, next thing she's telling me is she will be going for their protest. Protest ko, Promax ni.😀

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    1. promax no 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

      You no be yeye person you be CORRECT PERSON

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  22. That's how VFT, a forex scammer in Port Harcourt, ran away with people's billions. Temple Okoro may God punish you, Ishanga Okoro may poverty be your portion and your children will not inherit any wealth if my N1 is still with you both, may your children be stranded.

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  23. This man got carried away. What I think that affected the business is mismanagement of funds. He works with investors money and he didn't apply caution on spending. How he throws money here and there in the name of giving back to the society will make you wonder.

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  24. All that have chinmark has taken it.🀣🀣 . what of his co- partner, Amanda Chisom. They should hold her so she can provide Chinmark.he squandered people's money on living a fake life. Funny enough, this man was ordinary Mason before all this.

    Another one ponzi mistress is Ovaioza the plantain and garri seller.

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  25. Una see person wey dey wear orange coat, you get liver gii am Una 'hard-earned' monie to increase....it ISSA wawuuu!!!

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  26. Na so MBA carry my money go, my hard earn money, it won't be better for him and his generation. Amin!

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