Are the stories about the crash of MMM Zimbabwe and (Nigeria) Lagos true? Several reports have been flying around on news publication about MMM’s sustainability in Nigeria and other countries. First, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) sent strong warnings to discourage people from investing into MMM. There was an alleged report that MMM has crashed in Lagos Nigeria which came after a purported MMM crash in Zimbabwe. But are these sources verified? Did MMM really crash in Lagos (Nigeria) and Zimbabwe?
The truth to note is: The writer of those pieces, has absolutely no knowledge of how MMM works, and the main aim of it is to cause panic. Now, what is the real story behind MMM Zimbabwe and Lagos (Nigeria)? So I took it upon myself to make a little research and what I found will amaze you. Let us start with that of Zimbabwe.
What Really Happened In MMM Zimbabwe
MMM Zimbabwe offers 100% mavro growth in 30days. This was implemented to attract participants due to the economic hardship in the country. This mavro growth for those of us in business is called market penetration. Again their mavro was never frozen just like ours in Nigeria which multiplies for 15 days and also freezes for that long before withdrawal.
What happened in Zimbabwe is an implementation of what is already going on in Nigeria. MMM has seen that they don’t need market penetration to attract participants. Their mavro growth was reduced from 100% to 20%. 10% below what we are getting in Nigeria(30%). And the mavro is also frozen for 14days just as it’s been done in Nigeria. The Nigerian Model works perfectly fine and MMM is trying to implement it globally. So there is no collapse of any structure, it’s just a remodeling of what is already in place in Nigeria
Again, this is what happened in south African in April. They reduced their mavro growth from 50% or so to 30% and 20% with other schemes like lotteries introduced. And I can categorically tell you that the South African MMM community is growing faster and better than ever after that change and reduction in mavro growth.
Zimbabwe MMM is still going on even with the 80% decrease in mavro growth. Did anyone lose their money? No. What happened is when you pledge 10k, instead of getting 20k reward in 30days, which is 100% reward, you get 12k which is 20% reward. They are still rewarded with 2k. In Nigeria, we get 3k reward for 10k pledge. So did anyone lose their money? Absolutely not. Has it stopped MMM Zimbabwe from continuing? Not at all.
What Happened in MMM Nigeria, Lagos?
NOTHING! It was just cheap news. Information Nigeria, one of the bearers of such news has pulled it down after finding out the truth. others like Naij will be regretting publishing it now since they did not verify their source before publishing.
My Opinion About MMM
I’m a risk bearer and positive thinker. In my camp, you find the winners. This might have just been my opportunity to turn things around.
I have no 100% proof that MMM Nigeria is not SCAM or any other name you choose to call it and I’m not here trying to convince you that it isn’t. I want to conquer your fears because I know that’s the driving force behind being broke. It is good to ask questions but let it not be such that you end up finding reasons and justifications why you should not dare.
I have done some minimum research and the results are big enough to melt my fears away. The MMM Nigeria community is growing so rapidly. It is already established in 118 countries with over 200Million participants worldwide and I’m not one of those to sit back and not take action.
What Next? The Nigerian Model of MMM Works perfectly well. You can click here to see a powerful review made about MMM Nigeria or Simply click here to join MMM today and be financially free.. So let’s keep it going and don’t forget to share your experience about MMM using the comment box below and share this post to the world letting them know MMM is REAL!