The frustration faced by the MMM community has reached a boiling point following their inability to get their money out of the scheme after waiting for more than a month.
Since the return of the scheme on January 13 after a month break, confidence in MMM has been declining with participants questioning its mode of operation and faulting explanations offered by guiders.
When MMM resumed this year, it promised to attend to all payment (Get Help) requests of low income investors, while accounts of higher investors were frozen.
But investors in the scheme were shocked when payment (Get Help) requests by all participants were removed by the scheme.
The development meant that even the poor or small investors that the scheme said it would pay upon its ‘return’ on January 13, before higher investors were equally frozen out.
Angered by this development, Nzu Treasure, an investor in the scheme haswritten to the support arm of MMM threatening to kill the founder of the Ponzi scheme, Sergey Mavrodi, with African magic also known as juju, if his money is not paid back in two weeks.
The investor also declared his readiness to kill his MMM guider and the person who refereed the scheme to him
See the message the aggrieved participant sent to MMM below:
The threat by the MMM investor has generated divers views on social media