After moving to Kenya on Thursday, December 15, popular Ponzi scheme, MMM has landed in Ghana.
This is the second country only a few days after over three million Nigerians were left hanging by the decision to freeze their accounts on the system.
MMM is persuading members in Ghana to ride on the success of the scheme in Nigeria.
The Ponzi scheme in its Facebook stated that: “2017 Is Going To Be A Great Year Of Success As The MMM Train Is Finally Here.
Join The Donation Club That Helps You To Create Wealth. Donate And Get Back An Extra 30%…
Donate GHC100, Receive A Donation Of GHC130 After 30 Days. This Created Massive Wealth For Nigerian, Its Now Here In Ghana.
Nigerians Are Joining The Ghana Platform To Spread Their Wealth.”
The scheme also said: “Hurray…MMM Ghana is all started now…this has been successful in Nigeria for 1 year now. Its time to rock Ghana.
Get 30% Per Month Plus Your Initial Donation ( Donate 100 GH, Receive 130 GH After 30 Days)”
The popular money doubling scheme froze the accounts of its subscribers, on Tuesday, December 13 after it had apparently warned Nigerians not to be “unnecessarily greedy”.
The scheme blamed a “heavy workload” being experienced by its servers and the panic caused by the Nigerian government and media for the development, but said it will be back by mid-January, 2017.