Sergey Mavrodi, the founder of Mavrodi Mundial Movement (MMM) has written an open letter to Nigerian journalists whom he claimed are causing unnecessary panic.
While Nigerian internet keep buzzing about the recent freezing of MMM Nigeria, are trying to calm down anxious users and assure of its trustworthiness.
The anti-corruption agency EFCC has said on its official Twitter handle that there was nothing it could do if indeed the MMM scheme had failed entirely.
This December, MMM participants will not be smiling to the bank as usual because all the accounts have been frozen and Nigerians are lamenting on Twitter.
MMM founder Sergey Mavrodi has reportedly written an open letter to the federal government about the benefits of the ponzi scheme and assured that it won't fail
MMM stands for Mavrodi Mondial Moneybox and it was founded in 1989 by Sergei Mavrodi, his brother Vyacheslav Mavrodi, and Olga Melnikova.
Lots of Zimbabweans are in a financial trauma as you read this, all thanks to the popular Ponzi scheme called MMM.