2017 Top paying ponzi schemes for Nigerians

Ponzi Schemes are now making waves in Nigeria. It’s now the topic most youths are now talking about. Ponzi Schemes in Nigeria are now rampant even more than Football betting. Though, people see it as the fastest way to get extra money by providing and getting help from one another with some percentage attached to it.

Incase you don’t know the meaning of
Ponzi Scheme; First definition: It’s a form of fraud in which belief in the success of a non-existent enterprise is fostered by the payment of quick returns to the first investors from money invested by later investors. Second Definition: It’s 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. The first definition was paraphrased to my taste. Though, both definitions are very correct but the first definition explained it better. The word Ponzi was originated and named after Charles Ponzi. He died in the year 1949. Due to the present economic downfall we are experiencing in Nigeria, sharp guys, including ladies are now taking advantage of Ponzi Schemes. With the rate at which Nigerians are going into Ponzi Schemes for quick cash, many Ponzi sites has been created to help you make money. Today, we have taken my time to compile the list of all Ponzi sites we know .
1. Pay donor
2. O give
3. ExEarn
4. Money box
5. Joyful donor
6. Quick money
7. TetriSmart
8. Paydoublers
9. Help forum
10. Nairapayout
11. Greenspeer
12. Help community
13. Spring cash
14. Cashblaze
15. DeInvestors
16. Kaynation
17. Divine fund
18. Double Cash
19. Twinkas
20. Fund Niche
21. Paycycler
22.CLARITTAS
23. Thriftonweb
24. Paymepayyou
25. Oil pot exchange
26. NairaTab
27. Ultimate cycler
28. Goldbox.club
29. ncycler
30. smile2charity
31. Nairapropeller
 
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