Listeners share their MMM scheme experiences

The MMM Scheme continues to draw mixed reactions from the South African public.

This is despite MMM being one of nine companies which were under investigation by the National Consumer Commission on suspicion of being a pyramid scheme. This investigation has since been taken over by the South African Police Service (SAPS)'s Specialised Commercial Crimes Unit.

Listeners called in to #NightTalk to share their experiences with MMM. There were some eye-opening accounts shared by listeners!


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