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MMM Reclaim Mysterious site pops up, promises to refund Ponzi scheme investors

A new mysterious site has popped up claiming to refund MMM Nigeria investors of their money.

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Screenshot of the mysterious MMMreclaim.com

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With the current confusion about the future of the Ponzi scheme MMM going on in the country, a mysterious website has popped up claiming to refund MMM Nigerian investors.

On the MMM Reclaim website, it is stated that it will help MMM Nigerian investors reclaim their Mavros. "Nobody deserves to be made to suffer for helping others. We will help you reclaim your Mavros" promises the website.

To reclaim your Mavros, the site requires you to fill in the name and email you used to register your MMM account.

Screenshot of the MMM Reclaim site play

Screenshot of the MMM Reclaim site

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There is no proof that this site is authentic and the promoters of MMM are behind it. The method of how the investors can reclaim their money is also not specified on the website.

While MMM Nigeria has been frozen throughout this month, the Ponzi scheme has opened up shop in Kenya.

MMM Kenya's Facebook page play

MMM Kenya's Facebook page

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The website www.kenya-mmm.net has gone live and the domain name was created on Friday, August 12, 2016.

MMM Kenya promises better returns for investors in the Ponzi scheme. In Nigeria and South Africa, MMM promised a 30% return for people who participated in the pyramid scheme. MMM Kenya promises 40% returns. "40%" was written boldly and clearly on the website.

MMM Kenya promises 40% returns play

MMM Kenya promises 40% returns



MMM Kenya domain's name was registered in 133, Sakura House in Tokyo, Japan. The registrant's name is Anonymous Speech.

MMM Kenya already has a Facebook account and YouTube account. Kenyans are already trooping to sign up for the Ponzi scheme. There are already hundreds of testimonies and presentations on the YouTube channel.

The Ponzi scheme has already crashed in South Africa and Zimbabwe.

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