Bitcoin Ponzi Scheme MMM Global Gains Supporters in South Africa

Bitcoin Ponzi Scheme MMM Global Gains Supporters in South Africa

MMM is currently under investigation in South Africa by the Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation - HAWKS. There are mixed reviews about MMM Global, the alleged Ponzi scheme run by Sergey Mavrodi. While many people across the internet are calling it an elaborate fraud, there are those, a significant number of people in South Africa who are defending these very schemes. MMM Global is currently under investigation in South Africa by the Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation – HAWKS. As the investigation continues, the supporters of MMM have come out in large numbers to protest....


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