- Nigerians have continued to patronise MMM and other Ponzi schemes despite warnings to stop
- MMM crashed in December 2016 leaving most of their participants stranded, and their money (mavrodi) frozen
- Some Nigerian scammers have taken advantage of the situation and are defrauding unsuspecting participants
- Follow latest news and updates about MMM crisis on NAIJ.com: https://www.naij.com/tag/mmm-nigeria.html
Days after MMM participants got a glimmer of hope over speculations that they could resume payment of their frozen Mavrodis, something that could prevent that has surfaced.
According to a post shared on the MMM Facebook support group, scammers have been trying to get the best of Nigerians, by offering to help them unfreeze their money for a little token.
One of the admins of the page, Stanley Oz exposed a scammer identified as Bejide Oluwaseun, who had tried to scam him earlier.
Sharing their conversation, he wrote:
"Here is a scammer, trying to steal from you, that he could unblock 2016 mavro and you pay him first to do that.... It's laughable, scammers are brainless on MMM website security, one of the most secured website in the world, you can hack any website but you can never hack MMM, it's highly super secured. Shame on this little boy... He's a thief and at this young age he want to start life with lies, this supposed to be in the secondary school learning not thinking of money, it's a pity to the society we are now."
See the screenshot of the chat below:
Reacting to the development, see what some of their participants said:
In a new development, the accused, Bejide Oluwaseun, reached out to NAIJ.com, asking to share his own side of the story. He claims he didn't scam anybody as he was accused of.
Meanwhile, Nigerians were asked what they think about MMM, and here's what they said: