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Opinion: How Greedy MMM Nigeria Money Gamblers, Mavrodians Crashed The System

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December 16, 2016 – How Greedy MMM Nigeria Mavrodians, Money Gamblers Crashed The System

Seven key ways in which greedy people crashed MMM Nigeria system, An Opinion article by Oglala.

1. There’s no central account. This implies that the so called Mavros are simply electronic money. Everyone waiting to get help had provided help which they paid directly to other people in the past. They themselves argue that there’s no central account. If there’s indeed no central account where is their matured mavro? In the cloud?

2. I believe the system calculated that the get help overwhelmed the provide help. This overload may have happened a month ago and the system had no option than to shut down.

3. Unless new entrants provide enormous help in January, there’s no way the get help group can recoup their money and that happening is very unlikely. The only way out is for the scheme to ask those whose monies are trapped to provide help again. That’s akin to what happened in South Africa and Zimbabwe and we well know where they are now.

4. The outrageous bonuses drained the system of money that would’ve been used to settle new entrants. But the organizers knew all along that it’s a scam so they built a long system of bonuses and cashed out. If the system was simply to help each other why the big bonuses?

5. It’s very likely that there’s a group who don’t provide help but get help multiple times. Who can check except the site admin who will always include his cronies when matching for payment comes up. Why will they do this? Because they know it’s gonna crash.

6. When Mavrodians started showing off their ‘wealth’ I knew the end was near. All that show off was to get new entrants but they miscalculated the number of gullible people in Nigeria. Once the limit of people who want to reap where they didn’t sow was reached, the scheme had to crash.

7. That letter to the government was the clincher. If mmm doesn’t return in January all the blame will go to the government and the media. That has always been the scape goat in every country that mmm failed.

I loathe everything gambling. Even breweries that give millions of free drinks during promos are simply getting rid of expired stock.

Telecom companies will give you 1000 percent return on your recharge but will bill the hell out of you during calls. Nothing in the world is cheap or free.



  1. Teager

    December 16, 2016 at 6:01 PM

    Well said. But their senselessness keeps blindfolding their member. Leaves you wondering if there is spell casted on them

  2. Endure

    December 16, 2016 at 6:51 PM

    Ogagla,you are blessed immensely for your insightful article.

    As am typing right now some guys here are seriously rejecting the fact that MMM Nigeria has gone for good! Little did they know that the panic has already being created by MMM’s greedy and fraudulent temporary pause in their activity in connection with people’s money. Now tell me,who is that magga who will still like to provide that help comes january? That is why people will most likely not subscribe to this ponzi scheme anymore.

    Now they’ve transported their criminal acts to KENYA and GHANA having done with NIGERIA. People should always pray for Godly wisdom to guide them so that they can be able to resist the temptation of joining fraudulent means of making money.

  3. fifelomo

    December 16, 2016 at 8:05 PM

    Ogala, thank you for the analysis.

  4. sola olaniyi

    December 17, 2016 at 8:15 PM

    very insightful article

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