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MMM Promoters In Nigeria Have Hired Bankers To Create Fake Accounts To Steal Depositors Funds

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MMM Promoters In Nigeria Have Hired Bankers To Create Fake Accounts To Steal Depositors Funds

December 17, 2016 – MMM Promoters In Nigeria Have Hired Bankers To Create Dummy, Fake Accounts To Steal, Transfer Depositors, Participants Funds – Investigation

While participants are waiting for the promised January 2017 to get their accounts unfrozen, we learnt that MMM promoters in Nigeria have secretly hired bankers to create dummy accounts to transfer funds in depositors accounts into so as to make away with it.

About 3.3million Nigerian participants who have invested over 32billion in this scam will likely have themselves to be blamed if they are still hoping to have their money back in January.

Here is what a financial expert who recently investigated the scam said:

The financial expert added that participants have put themselves at the mercies of fraudulent bankers and fraudsters who used their ignorance to steal their money.

He said come January, they will unfreeze some accounts of people that are fully involved in the scam thereby giving innocent Nigerians false hope that their own accounts will be unfrozen in the upcoming batches and if they ever get their accounts unfrozen, all the money in the account would have gone.

He urged Nigerians to be careful of this kind of scam as this will not be the last time it will be introduced in Nigeria.

Take heart Nigerians! This is indeed a very sad news.

6 Comments

6 Comments

  1. fifelomo

    December 17, 2016 at 4:37 AM

    Omo see gobe!!!

  2. comeandmarry

    December 17, 2016 at 5:07 AM

    I’m so happy lots of ppl wud loose billions.
    una xmas and new year don cast.
    mmm i told my guys in august do not do it. say na dagbo..he nor gree hear.

    same as yahoo.
    once a naija guy catch sure maye.
    he go wash am sotay he don collect 100m from am be4 she go know say na scam.

    so o boy..na forkife

    mmm aint coming bavk.
    i heard say dem don run go kenya..sameday it crashed .aft fee hours..it launched itself in kenya..
    with the same style….same page….same promise write ups with 40% bonus dis time.
    kenyans don dey rush enter bank.
    give kenya 7months…u go hear say e don cast….mmm na another format from yahoo guys who do not like intl..but prefer local….

    now they see say local street dey pay pass intl yahoo.

    which maye wan pay you 30 billion within 7months.but see am now..na local don change dis scammers life 4life.
    chai.

    BLood of God..

  3. D Hunter

    December 17, 2016 at 1:22 PM

    Looks like the only thing we get to hear these days now are: zahara‘s wedding and this mmm thing. I‘ve refused to comment on the later since bcos, it has never appeal to me as some important matter of discussion.

    How could people be seeing RAW fraud and willingly go into it without one backward look? How can an organisation without face or trace ask you to deposit N100K and get N150K at the end of 30days?

    The question here is ; what are they selling and where are they going to generate that additional money from? Even the CBN cannot guarantee such profit in just 30days.

    Emmmm…. that reminds me, where is our erudite Metu Nyetu in all these storm?
    Just hope he was able to swim fast to the shore before this mmm ship began to sink.

    I take a stroll…

  4. joy

    December 17, 2016 at 5:55 PM

    @comeandmarry do not be happy for others downfall no matter what cos you don’t know what 2moro holds

  5. sola olaniyi

    December 17, 2016 at 7:55 PM

    i doubt if MMM is coming back in January.

  6. lora

    December 19, 2016 at 10:40 PM

    u guys should wait till January before u conclude Una hear. what if they really come back January wait una go talk

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