Stella Dimoko Korkus.com: Ponzi Scammer Maxwell Chizi Odum Wanted By The EFCC For Obtaining N213,000,000,000,00 By Trick From Nigerians

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Tuesday, April 19, 2022

Ponzi Scammer Maxwell Chizi Odum Wanted By The EFCC For Obtaining N213,000,000,000,00 By Trick From Nigerians

He is wanted by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission for obtaining by trick and running off with Nigerians' TWO HUNDRED AND THRITEEN BILLION Naira 'only'.






63 comments:

  1. The figure sounds like fabu. Which bank was he using?

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    1. My dear no be fabu, my money is there, only my friends and colleagues I calculated their money there is more than Ten Million for real

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    2. Choi! Anon 12:54, na wa o

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    3. Anonymous 11.34 not fabu. MBA is the biggest scam in the history of Nigeria. Over 200 billion naira. They had people withdrawing money from banks because of the the 0% interest rate and invested in MBA. Even bankers were investing madly. What I don't understand is; why declaring him wanted now after giving him over 2 years to disappear??

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    4. 13:31 the thing no baffle you? So the ones that crashed in March and April, that means its 2025 before EFCC will wake up and send this their memo ba?
      Issokay.
      I no dey even pity anybody because next ponzi, den go still chook head.

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    5. A friend of mine invested 10million naira. Nothing came out for him.

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    6. Is this one not the one they said is the highest donator at Christ Embassy? Issokay.

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    7. Anon 12:54,I heard he bought a house in Harmony Estate along Air force road. He even lives there. If you know Harmony, you will know it's the most secure Estate in Rivers State.
      But I believe he couldn't have pulled this off without some govt personnel.

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    8. Yes he was the highest donator in christ embassy, using people's money to donate and receive award in christ embassy

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    9. @Unknown and Mr. Chris was collecting.

      Those that lost their money mmeeee. Una no dey hear word. Na charm?

      I pray dey catch him. D figure wan make my head swell.

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    1. Themap should also get set.

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  3. This is a welcome development. A lot of people loss their lives because of this Ponzi scheme.

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    1. Who send them?
      They didnt learn from MMM??!

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    2. Na their GREED Cause am. Those who has ears let them hear. My people no sey hear word

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    1. Spelling of 13 aside ,

      The zeros represent the extent of just one person's selfishness, wickedness and greed

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  5. False prophet ®19 April 2022 at 11:37

    I see him sipping margaritas on a beach, in one Caribbean island, watching Senorita in bikini.
    Completely untethered, cus hes filed for citizenship by investments.
    #Adios

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    1. GOD's judgement goes beyond citizenship, travel and continents

      Hand must surely TOUCH am

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    2. False prophet ®19 April 2022 at 12:02

      I dont see that hand touching the politicians that milked this country like a diary cow, and they're right here in this country moving around with siren sounds and security personnel.

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    3. Which hand?
      I SAID WHICH HAND???
      All the yeye curses they cursed have you seen any of the effects? Native shrine that they carried their names to, wetin happen? Abi Babalawo don go holiday? No be Benigrant and Chinwark dey waka dey shake buttocks for road with security?
      Which yeye hand?
      If by na prayer or curse would this country not have been better?
      Abegggi make pesin hear word.
      Mugu don fall, baboon don chop.

      Simple.

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  6. After all said and done he will learn the hard way that a good name is better than riches.

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  7. Stella is funny. She had to add the " only" at the end for effect

    Tomorrow another investment scheme will come and people will still invest.

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    1. You de talk tomorrow? Them still plenty and ongoing

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    2. That's because they have spare cash

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  8. This scammer's,what even run through their minds?

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  9. Once I hear upline and downlinedoπŸƒπŸƒπŸƒπŸƒ

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    1. My dear, me naπŸš€πŸš€πŸš€πŸš€πŸš€πŸš€πŸ›°️πŸ›°️πŸ›°️πŸ›°️πŸ›°️πŸ›°️πŸ›°️

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    2. Me and you the Same shoe, right from the time of MMM. I have never been interested

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    3. Same here,no time for stories.

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  10. Add the CEO of Makarios Charis Investment, smoke all of them out.
    Ovaioza has been arrested

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    1. Add Izu Ezra and his financee Eniola of HEIGHER HEIGHTS to the list

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    2. See names like all these Ikeja underbridge shops where they photocopy.

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    3. Add Temple Okoro & his wife Ishanga Okoro of VFT forex. This couple duped PH residents, Lagos, Calabar, Warri & Uyo people of billions...built a duplex mansion in 3 months, hotel and were partying every weekend in their house with investors funds.

      Now the wife has escaped to Ghana and Temple has bribed EFCC pH and pocketed them. All the petitions written against him to EFCC no action has been taken against him. Infact he walks majestically round the EFCC premises.

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  11. Religious leaders please do not allow marketing to your followers especially on your premises

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    1. Excellent point but they also want their cut and donations.

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  12. Addyfx owner should be arrested too 🀦‍♀️

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  13. After peoples experience with MMM so many are still believed in money doublers

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    1. MMM and one idiot who has stopped visiting this blog has taught me the lesson of my life

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    2. My dear! It baffles me how gullible people can be! In this time and age, and they say age comes with experience...na big lie!

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  14. One Ovioaza is trending on Facebook too, as of last week her investors where even sending love and light to her and doing midnight prayers. Nigerians never learn

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    1. I saw her pictures and wondered how Nigerians trusted such a person with millions.They keep mentioning ridiculous amounts they invested in that storage bullsh*t and I feel like slapping sense into them

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    2. Spongy I hear sey na billions ooo

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  15. Is this their Redking?If no,has that Ekperima been arrested too?Sorry to people who lost their money o

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    1. No sorry to them, lailai! Sheybi dem wan chop where dem no work? Dem wan double their money....how blind they are.

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  16. Maybe he already escaped the continent. Peopl like him usually have an escape plan b and c.

    That figure seems like he scammed the entire country.

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  17. Good development but isn't it a bit too late?

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  18. Back in 2004 my friend was on my neck, pestering me to introduce Equity Options to Nigerians. I told him the country was not ripe for it.

    I care more about posterity than quick riches. My study of Nigerians tells me many people in this country are not interested in learning but in effortless wealth acquisition. (Please pardon me if my conclusion is wrong).

    To get him off my neck, I asked him to read a hard copy of Macmillan on Options. He started reading and was like, "friend, this thing is hard oh." Later, he started enjoying the content.

    The prevalent investment scams in Nigeria is due largely to a dysfunctional education system, and in part, to lack of exposure and intellectual laziness.

    Words of Advice:

    1. Do not ever invest or send money to any platform for a fixed return on investment. It will eventually crash.

    2. If you want to invest in any company, go through the Stock Exchange Center in your country.

    3. You can grow your capital base through Copy Trade Services by Master Traders - You do not have to, OR, will ever need to send money to anyone.

    4. Network Marketing also known as Multilevel Marketing is not an investment scheme or a scam. It is a marketing strategy designed to defray advertising , branding, and visibility, cost of company's  products or services through the efforts of existing customers.

    The process is called Other People's Efforts (OPE).

    Unfortunately, criminally minded people now employ MLM to run their Ponzi schemes.

    There is nothing wrong with the concept of upline and downline IF a product or service will exchange hands in the process.

    Please we should not throw the baby away with the water.

    Cheers.

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  19. I know someone that lost N300m to this guy.Even ur politicians lost money but I no go mention their names.The guy really finished people and he did it at a time when a lot of stolen pandemic money was flying around.

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    1. If I lost that much I would be too ashamed to tell anyone except the authorities. Look what can be done with 300m? Many ppl do not make that working in their lifetime, why would you trust anyone with all of that. This is really the Bernie Madoff of Nigeria. Yikes!

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  20. I will prefer partnership kinda business to this Ponzi scheme. The owners are not really experts in managing the business.

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    1. You don't get the point: there was no business but rather a scam. If you don't get the basics of Ponzi or pyramid schemes, you'll fall for the next one because they'll use the word partnership to steal your money.

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  21. One thing is that they can never tell when there is financial difficulties in the business, instead they keep posting the good efforts they have made to keep investors hope alive.

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  22. When you advise them to get land, they think you're misleading them.There is no money yet millions of naira are wasted in scam ponzi

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