Alert!!!❗Alert!!!❗ Alert!!
Nigeria ‘fraudsters boys’ have devised new means to steal money from people investing in MMM.
The fraudsters randomly send messages to random email addresses with a warning about the MMM account of the reader, and to resolve the issue, urge the user to click on a link they provide or visit In the email they clearly wrote when you click, it links to
Notice that REAL is different from FAKE The difference is LETTER ‘o’ and NUMBER ‘0’ while the official website of the MMM office has the letter o, the scammers website has the number 0.
The scammers website is a clone of the MMM office website and once users login, all their information is stolen and the fraudsters will have access to their account, to do as they please including diverting money.
It appears the criminals are so naive that they even send these emails to email addresses of people that have nothing to do with MMM. For example...


Your account system in the system to detect the use of multiple accounts, please immediately log in for verification, in 3 working days without your record, account will be limited to cash!
Please click this link to log in to your account: Sign in now
If you do not have the system account registered, please delete the message, do not reply
Remember our official website: Please”

Notice that in the last paragraph of their email, they actually wrote the correct website of MMM office website but when you click on it, you are linked to the fake website with NUMBER 0 instead of LETTER o.
This kind of internet hack is called phishing.
According to Wikipedia: “Phishing is the attempt to obtain sensitive information such as usernames, passwords, and credit card details (and sometimes, indirectly, money), often for malicious reasons, by masquerading as a trustworthy entity in an electronic communication.”
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