UGANDA: Avoid scams and ponzi schemes by applying common sense
Below are some examples I have personally gone through.
1. ONE COIN, TWO COIN
This is the biggest investment opportunity ever and all Ugandans are rushing into it.
MLN: So how much money have you earned from it?
KID: I get $200 weekly. The investment is only $1650 and it is the price of a bitcoin.
MLN: Do you have a bank accoint in which you get funds via ETF, wire or by anychance a Paypal account?
KID: I get it all via mobile money.
PROBEM: Bitcoin was trading at $18,000 a piece when this idiot tried to scam me. He had neither bank account nor Paypal.
2. AIM GLOBAL
KID: You only have to invest UGX 650,000 and you will become a millionaire.
MLN: How much do you earn from this?
KID: I will earn millions if you invest with me and recruit others to invest via you.
PROBLEM: While in University, I had a side business selling lingerie. It was network marketing.
3. DEVELOPMENT CHANNEL
KID: Development Channel is revolutionary and the company is hiring 5,000 people but the CEO says he will hire 5 million Ugandans over the next 3yrs. You invest only $270 and you will recieve a tablet computer and then $100 per month for life.
MLN: I already have computers and the ROI doesn’t add up.
Then the kid goes bananas. “Do you know you can do this for your people in Bugisu? Why are you against development”?
PROBLEM: There has never been a company in which someone invests $270 and then collects $100 in dividends monthly for life. Except maybe dope!!
4. VISA TO CANADA
KID: I just sent $1,750 to the agent and now have to send my passport for him to put in the visa. See you soon in Canada.
MLN: You sent the money how and to whom?
KID: To Cape Verde and I sent it by Western Union.
MARTHA LEAH NANGALAMA
**the one and only. All others are fake.
PLEASE DO NOT BE AN IDIOT!!
—— AUTO – GENERATED; Published (Halifax Canada Time AST) on: December 07, 2019 at 03:30PM