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Loom money Nigeria: All you need to know about the Ponzi Scheme

Loom ponzi scheme is another way of scamming Nigerians despite the past heartbreaks experienced with other Ponzi schemes like Mavrodi Mundial Moneybox  (MMM), Charity, Twinkas, Zar Fund, Get Help Fund, Ultimate
Cycler, etc.

However, it appears Nigerians have now forgotten this bitter experience as many of them are now taking their chances by
partaking in this new Ponzi scheme. Some Nigerians are even marketing Loom online, especially on WhatsApp.

 How does this Loom of a things Works?

The scheme was first documented in the United Kingdom, followed by ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) — an Australian media — who both described it as a scam after it had enjoyed great popularity in Australia.

In the first step of the process of participating in Loom, Nigerians are invited by a friend or relative to join a group chat on WhatsApp. Then, you are told to ‘invest’ ₦1000, ₦2000, or ₦13000 with a pledge that you’ll get a return that is 8 times the amount you invested once you invite new members.

After making your payment, you have to get one person, atleast, to join the scheme.

Loom Nigeria has 4 levels: 

Orange as well as

Each time 8 participants sign up in the system, the member in the center (in color Red) will hit the target amount and exit the WhatsApp group.

After this, the loom will be divided into 2 groups and the top half, as well as the bottom half, now become the new looms. And every participant advances into the next level, which is Purple Level->Blue Level->Orange Level. The cycle, once again, begins.

The greater the number of people you are able to add to the scheme, the faster you would advance, and consequently the easier it’ll be to earn your own chunk of “easy money”.

The fundamental thing to note is that you would receive 8 times the amount you “invested.” If you make a ₦1000 investment, you get to earn ₦8000; a ₦2000 investment
attracts a return of ₦16000; and if you make an investment of ₦13000, you will receive ₦104000.

Reactions of Nigerians

That the Loom Ponzi scheme is making waves among Nigerians has generated mixed reactions from people in this

Rose, a mobile phone outlet attendant, remarked: “I joined the group on Saturday and I cashed out ₦16000 on Sunday,
Loom is real.”

She added that she’s currently investing an undisclosed sum for her friend and once she cashes her returns out, she’ll
make another investment for herself.

Gbenga Ojo, another participant, stated that he joined the WhatsApp group on Saturday with ₦1000 and cashed out
₦8000 on that same day.

He said: “I have presently invested ₦2000 in three different groups hoping to cash out soon. Even if it crashes like MMM, I know I did not lose anything.”

Though a few Nigerians are being skeptical of joining the train, some are confident that they would never join it due to their past experience with different Ponzi schemes, such as MMM, Charity, Twinkas, Zar Fund, Get Help Fund, Ultimate
Cycler, etc.

“Even though I didn’t lose more than one thousand in MMM, I don’t think I can do any other Ponzi,” said Mrs. Odunayo, a
government school teacher.

She opined that even if she would change her mind, she wouldn’t make an investment that is more than ₦1000.

Felicia Happy, a policewoman, avowed that she can never put her hard-earned money as an investment in any Ponzi scheme.

“I cannot invest in any of these Ponzi. Even when MMM was thriving, I did not think it twice, because I believe the day I put my money that is the day it will crash.”

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