Excitement as MMM reopens, agrees to pay ‘the poor’ now
Nigerians who invested in the MMM were excited on Friday as the Ponzi has announced that it has resumed operations, with a promise to commence immediate paybacks to the poor and the economically disadvantaged in the first place.
The Ponzi, which went out of operations in the country, on December 13, 2015, announced on its website, MMM Nigeria, on Friday, that it had opened in the country, a day earlier than promised.
Claiming to be a system that was socially-oriented, the operator of the scheme, Sergey Mavrodi, in the statement on the MMM website, allayed the fear being expressed by their Nigerian investors in the scheme as he assured that every member would definitely get paid.
He however said payment to the poor meant members with small Provide Help (PH) amounts, while the richer members would have to wait, noting that investors had been warned to provide help only with amounts that would not be critical for them.
“Dear members, the holidays are over, and we’re now open. Just as promised. (You might have already noticed that we always stick to our promises). Actually, we promised to be open on January 14, but we’re open now, January 13, as you can see, [and] which is a day earlier. (Well, I hope, the members of the System will forgive us for that).
“It’s related to the hysteria raised by the authorities and the mass media around MMM. By joining forces, they’ve managed to nearly give the members of the system a heart attack and have frightened them out of their wits. Poor souls don’t know what to expect [whether] will we open again or not.
“This is why we’ve decided, considering the situation, to reach out to the members, reassure and cheer them up by opening a little earlier. After all, Together We Can Change The World!
Here we go: As of this notice, MMM resumes its usual operation. You can now create your GH [Get Help]-requests.
“However, it’s obvious that panic will reign in the first few days after the re-opening of the system. We’re likely to be deluged by GH-requests. Therefore, we’re going to make gradual paybacks by setting internal output limits.
“In other words, we will only pay a certain amount per day. Please, be prepared to wait for a couple of days. We are certain things will then calm down and the system operation will return to normal.
“We’re the ones setting the limits, so it’s completely under our control and we are not expecting any emergencies in principle. Have no fear and go on about your business as usual.
“As the system is socially-oriented, we will make paybacks to the poor and the economically disadvantaged in the first place: it means to the members with small PH amounts. The richer can wait.
“Moreover, we’ve warned you repeatedly to only provide help with amounts that are not critical for you. Therefore, if these large amounts are not critical for them (the richer), they can wait a few days. No need to be tragic about it. This is the way it’s going to be. Hoping for your kind understanding”, Sergey Mavrodi wrote.
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