A new pozi scheme has everyone talking and making the internet marketing scheme look funky, its called NNN, well if you ask me i feel this is a shady one, seems like a replica of MMM, the scheme promises a whooping 35% Return of investment (ROI) in 21 days and seems like most Nigerians are willing to dive into the honey pot due to the recession, while others are not buying the idea and their scam alarms are shooting off.
But dont take our word from it, here are the reactions of our fellow Nigerians:
— Abafor Chima (@iAmChyma) November 25, 2016
See what these recession has caused.
after MMM its now “NNN NIGERIA”
Chai! what a country
— Samuel Ebuka Odamah (@Fwesh_Finnest) November 25, 2016
NNN Nigeria, I suspect my Ibo brothers for this one… 😒
— Betty’s Fashion (@adebimpe04) November 25, 2016
“NNN Nigeria”? Scam Alert. Run for your life.
— ADEDAPO OLATUNDE (@Tunisblizz) November 29, 2016
From MMM to NNN Nigeria……Nigerians alway find a way to survived.happpiest country in da world
— Pabloz (@AnthonyUtuk) November 29, 2016
“@kemisola_fisher: what are u waiting for “NNN Nigeria” 4 real
— okonkwo Henryjunior (@iamBigBilz) November 29, 2016
The difference between MMM and NNN Nigeria is the server, the latter is in Nigeria while the former is in Russia.
— Bright Isaiah (@ItsMrBright) November 29, 2016
Reasons Why You Should stay Away from NNN Nigeria
A Ponzi scheme (also a Ponzi game or a Ponzi) is a fraudulent investment operation where the operator, an individual or organization, pays returns to its investors from new capital paid to the operators by new investors, rather than from profit earned through legitimate sources. Operators of Ponzi schemes usually entice new investors by offering higher returns than other investments, in the form of short-term returns that are either abnormally high or unusually consistent.
Initially the promoter will pay out high returns to attract more investors, and to lure current investors into putting in additional money. Other investors begin to participate, leading to a cascade effect. The “return” to the initial investors is paid out of the investments of new entrants, and not out of profits. Often the high returns encourage investors to leave their money in the scheme, with the result that the promoter does not have to pay out very much to investors; he simply has to send them statements showing how much they have earned. This maintains the deception that the scheme is an investment with high returns.
Unraveling of a Ponzi scheme
I know the Big Question is, Is NNN Scam?
When a Ponzi scheme is not stopped by the authorities, it sooner or later falls apart for one of the following reasons.
1. The promoter vanishes, taking all the remaining investment money.
2. Since the scheme requires a continual stream of investments to fund higher returns, once investment slows down, the scheme collapses as the promoter starts having problems paying the promised returns (the higher the returns, the greater the risk of the Ponzi scheme collapsing). Such liquidity crises often trigger panics, as more people start asking for their money, similar to a bank run.
3. External market forces, such as a sharp decline in the economy (for example, the Madoff investment scandal during the market downturn of 2008), cause many investors to withdraw part or all of their funds.
Why do I drizzymadbet believe that NNN Nigeria is a pyramid/Ponzi scheme lets look at the following reasons.
1. The promise of a 30 % ROI is outrageous and not in terms with standard rates of investment (Example one makes a profit of 30,000 naira for every 100,000 naira invested in the system in 30 days , excluding additions that comes from referral, signing up and testimonial bonuses) No legal financial company can offer you that investment plan.
2. Such “Return on Investments” been paid to older clients are money received from new clients and the circle continues, the 30% is never made from company profits. That is why there is aggressive ad campaign from the company (NNN Nigeria) paying massive additional bonuses to recruiters that they call guiders to conduct seminars and deceive gullible Nigerians into joining the scheme to keep the system alive.
3. The CEO of the company (NNN Nigeria) Seigei Marvrodi is a convicted fraudster and had run similar fraud schemes in Russia where he defrauded investors over a hundred billion dollars (https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/NNN_(Ponzi_Scheme_Company)
If you still in doubt if NNN is Scam