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    • Nnamdi

      If you must register make sure you use your spare money just in case. And please ensure you read the article very well before making any decision.

  1. Ted

    Thanks for bringing this to my attention. It sounds very interesting, but I’ve had bad luck with MLMs… I signed up and worked on the wrong ones. Heck, the ones that have lasted over 20 years are the ones everybody said was a pyramid, and “already had too many people in it”. Well, had I stuck with those instead of bad experiences with my choices… I’d have a bigger bank balance!

    This definately is worth a closer look, and I’ll come back through your site if I decide it’s for me. Thanks again!

    • Nnamdi

      Hello, Ted, I don’t like MLM either but MMM is different. The reason is that you get 100% or 30% worth of the money you used for giving help. But I would rather advise that you be careful because there is a considerate amount of risk in MMM Global going by its history. People have lost their money in MMM in some countries.

  2. Hey Nnamdi,

    I’m not into MLM because I could never accept some of their compensation plans. There are MLM programs that I feel benefit the top level marketers while making those at the lower levels slog like crazy.

    Honestly, I’ve not heard about MMM Global but it looks like something I want to stay away from.

    You mentioned here that a member transfers funds to another, based on needs. Is there any system to ensure that members are tranferring to people who are genuine in their intentions.

    I’m sorry but I still prefer straightforward marketing like in affiliate marketing – promoting products that people really need.

    • Nnamdi

      Well, Zailinah, MLM has some risks to it because you will always be advised to use the money you can afford to lose for MMM. However, it is not my real way of making money online, though, Affiliate Marketing is and still the best.

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