MMM participants in Nigeria are losing patience due to lack of payments after several days of it’s resumption.
Evidence yesterday showed that few participants had been paid, but a lot of others whose applications were yet to be attended to have been venting their anger on the brains behind the scheme for the frustration in accessing their funds.
A lot of participants have decided to pen down their rage, resulting in cursing and threats on the MMM platform after unsuccessful attempts to get response.
See Some Of the comments below..
Hello Mavrodi. You can’t eat my money and go like that.See, let me tell you Mavrodi: my father is a native doctor.I give you two weeks to pay my money or my father will kill you in that Russia.I’m ready to kill anybody including my guider and referral. Make una no play with me ooo… If you like joke with me.”
Santos Maemi said: “To all Nigerians, please wake up. This is totally a scam. Don’t be blind!!!” while Christopher Chinedu said: “If I knew that this would happen, I shouldn’t have become a participant. Let’s admit we have lost our money. That is business I guess, lose or gain. Somebody has been matched with different people, four, to be precise and they have not paid him now, many days and months after. Hmmm so who is going to pay who? I think I have cried enough, it’s time for me to clean my eyes now and forget my N700,000. This is not my end.”
Another customer, Mr. Davies Onyema reacted this way,“Please, I don’t want to say anything, I almost committed suicide last time. I was very happy when I heard the news of their coming back. I have entered forty days of praying and fasting over my condition with MMM. How can they return and tell me that they are not going to provide help to me, so when are they going to provide help?”
Owhotemu Maryjane said“What is really going on with MMM? If it’s gone you should let us the participants know. And why is that when someone wants to GH it will show or create error? You guys had a month to sort this out during the so-called break! So what then is this so-called withdrawal limit that you are now talking about?”
A top guider of the scheme, Bode Wilson, while explaining the reason for delayed payment, said that the number of people requesting for payment was higher than the number providing help.

They have started matching people, but there will be delay in payment, especially for those that pledged huge amount of money. There should be enough money in the system before everybody can get paid. However, I’m sure we will all get paid”, Wilson said.
Oyeniyi said: “I doubt who do you sue, you don’t see the person you are doing business with, you can only sue the person you see and it is only the person you see physically that you can do business with.”

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