- 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 mavros frozen
- Follow latest news and updates about MMM crisis on NAIJ.com: https://www.naij.com/tag/mmm-nigeria.html
A young man was recently exposed by a Mavrodian who claimed that he had been going around defrauding MMM users by asking them to pay him a token to unfreeze their money.
The young man identified as Bejide Oluwaseun, however reached out to NAIJ.com to clear the air on the accusations on ground.
Bejide claims that he never met the Mavrodian identified as Stanley, adding that he never attempted to scam anybody.
See what he sent to NAIJ.com below:
"Good day ma, my name is Bejide Oluwaseun....I just got different calls that I have my picture on NAIJ.com as a scammer... Didn't really understand until I checked.
Ma, that guy posted a wrong stuff online...I never knew him until he messaged me...I have no details of him and the likes...I will send you the screenshots of all our chats for you to know that whatever my decision was is nothing to deal with scam or no scam.
If he was trying to get famous over blackmailing the innocent...My God say, no he can never make it never in his life.
Thanks and God bless...Will send you the conclusion of our chats.
That's the concluding part of the chat I didn't see any alert despite that I still tried to help him by telling him the procedure.
Please anything you can do to help my condition to clear my name. I have always believed naij.com to be one of the best pure sites. Please help.
Meanwhile, see this video of Nigerians who claim MMM is a scam: