Showing posts with label MMM. Show all posts
Showing posts with label MMM. Show all posts

Sunday, 15 January 2017

MMM SWOT ANALYSIS PRESENTED BY AJAYI OLAYINKA IN THE 5th BATCH OF MMM NIGERIA ONLINE GUIDER’S SCHOOL



What is SWOT?  

SWOT simple means STRENGTH, WEAKNESSES, OPPORTUNITIES AND THREATS in MMM community

STRENGTH

1.    You can access the Internet worldwide.
2.    It does not belong to individual, it belongs to people.
3.    It's a financial freedom.
4.    It breaks no law.
5.    There is no Central Bank (money distribution is between participant. 

WEAKNESSES

1.    Some members used to upload fake POP.
2.    Some members don’t know how to use internet.
3.    It doesn’t have guarantee.

OPPORTUNITIES

1.    It gives  everybody opportunity
2.    It has bonuses for referral bonuses, guider bonuses, and first timers.
3.    It's fair financial system.
4.    It gives us opportunity to make friends.
5.    It gives opportunity for guider school.                           

THREATS

1.    Those who knows nothing about it gives negative feedback.
2.    Hackers Attacks. Hackers sent scam alert and can cause panic to members
3.    The site can collapse if is not well maintained.

Saturday, 14 January 2017

MMM News: What You Dont Know About MMM (Breaking News of Crash)


I was on my way to Rivers State, from Anambra. I boarded one RTC bus and the journey commenced. All the passengers in the bus were cool and quiet till the moment when we heard from the bus radio, that MMM a.k.a Wonder bank has crashed.

Wednesday, 11 January 2017

*QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OVER PH AND GH UNFROZEN MAVRO ON JANUARY 14th AS PROMISE BY MMM.


*Question 1:* I've pledged to PH but don't have the money to fulfill it?
*Answer:* PH only if you have the #SpareMoney# to fulfill it, if not cancel it now.

*Question 2:* Can l still change my phone number that has been confirmed?
*Answer:* Yes and can only be done through the support section of your PO.

Wednesday, 4 January 2017

MMM participants plan to meet House of Reps to legalise scheme

- Members of popular money doubling scheme MMM Nigeria, plan to meet with the House of Representatives’ to seek the government’s recognition of the scheme

- MMM community in Abuja, says it hopes to submit a proposal for the amendment of the Banking and Other Financial Institutions Acts (BOFIA) to legalise the operations of the scheme

- Chief Mike Chukwuma, a member of the committee said MMM has helped immensely in easing the pains of recession

Thursday, 29 December 2016

The Truth About MMM As Regards Religion Must Be Told

Good day house, I feel greatly compelled to post this. I have read and listened to folks and some preachers say derogatory things against MMM and its participants.

 As a child of God and also a minister of the gospel, I make bold to say I remain loyal to the ideologies of MMM.

Thursday, 22 December 2016

17 Reasons why I can boldly say MMM has not crashed but re-strategizing for better outing in 2017:

1. Continuous website availability : website is still available and accessible since the last Tuesday 13th December 2016  announcement  unlike other HYIP etc  where the website will just disappear

MMM founder accuses Nigerian media of causing panic among participants

As subscribers await the resumption of operations of Mavrodi Moneybox Mondial (MMM) Nigeria in January 2017, the founder of the Ponzi scheme Sergey Mavrodi has accused the Nigerian press of deliberately “fueling hysteria around MMM and causing panic.

Sunday, 20 November 2016

MMM-Nigeria donates relief materials worth N5m to IDPs

Some displaced people in an IDP camp
 (Abuja Facts)
Relief materials worth N5million have been donated by the members of the MMM Nigeria to the Internally Displaced Persons in Abuja.

‘MMM-Nigeria’, a community of mutual financial aid and donations, donated relief materials worth N5 million to two Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) camps in the Federal Capital Territory.

Monday, 12 September 2016

Nigerians ignore SEC’s warning on online financial investment scheme

Director General Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC); Mounir  Gwarzo (left), Director General Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria (FRCN); Dr. Mansur Liman, and Executive Commissioner Legal and Enforcement, SEC, Sa’adatu Bello

Weeks after the Nigerian Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) warned the general public against falling prey to an online investment scheme tagged, “MMM Federal Republic of Nigeria,” many people remain immovable in their quest for its breadth-taking gains.