Mavordi Mondial Movement MMM promoters have issued instructions to its participants whose accounts were frozen, to perform – Promo Tasks: A New Tool for MMM Community Development ahead of its resumption date on 14 January.
The popular money-doubling scheme’s promo tasks would be an online publicity for its participants.
MMM subscribers have been called upon to perform tasks, both online and offline, to promote the scheme and drive “traffic and participation” by the time the restriction on the account is lifted.
In its message, MMM wrote; “Being an MMM member implies not only opportunities, but also a responsibility for the state and development of the MMM Community. MMM is our home, and we are responsible to build and refine it.”
A lot of participants genuinely want to promote MMM, spread its ideology amongst people, though not always knowing what exactly has to be done. Therefore we have created a new PromoTasks section in the PO, which is added with various tasks: online and offline, easy and complicated, individual and team-oriented.
A member who will perform these tasks will be benefited, because the tasks will allow him to attract new referrals, build his structure (and get bonuses for that), and it will be useful for the whole Community, because more people will learn about MMM and its ideology.
There are also offline tasks: conducting home sharings, cafe meetings, organizing MavroPicnics, MavroParties or MavroGames.
Doing the tasks, you contribute to the Community’s progress. Thanks to you and other members doing the tasks, MMM gains more popularity in social media and gets more registrations and PHs. MMM needs you and depends on your activity”
This information raises hopes for the scheme’s Nigerian investors. On January 2, the scheme on its official Twitter handle, @MMMNigeriaHelp disclosed that participants’ accounts will be unfrozen on January 14.
A large percentage of MMM investors strongly believe that the money doubling scheme will not crash even though accounts are currently in a freeze mode.
The ponzi scheme which has over 3 million registered Nigerians, placed a one-month ban on all withdrawals on December 13, 2016.
The ban on participants’ accounts implied that members who were due to withdraw both their capital and 30 per cent return on investment were told they would not be able to do so until January 14.