Why We Don’t Design Ponzi Websites
Like an epidemic, the scourge of Ponzi is sweeping across Nigeria.
And our enterprising young men and women have been swept off their feet by the huge promises of Ponzi.
They are not just actively participating in it, they are recklessly setting up Ponzi websites to unwittingly fleece people of their hard-earned money.
The Annoying Part
What’s even annoying is that we have received several enquiries from them telling us outrightly that they want us to help them create a Ponzi site.
It makes us wonder, is there no more shame for bad things in this world?
Where is our honour?
As in, people are not afraid or ashamed to call Ponzi by its name as what they want.
It’s like saying, “Build a kidnapping website for me.” Or “Build a child pornography website for me.”
What is bad is bad. Ponzi is bad. It’s as bad as kidnapping, if not worse.
In Case You Don’t Know What Ponzi is…
According to Wikipedia…
“A Ponzi scheme (/ˈpɒn.zi/; also a Ponzi game) is a fraudulent investment operation where the operator generates returns for older investors through revenue paid by new investors, rather than from legitimate business activities or profit of financial trading.
“Operators of Ponzi schemes can be either individuals or corporations, and grab the attention of new investors by offering short-term returns that are either abnormally high or unusually consistent.”
That’s the kind of operation people want us to setup for them. And when we politely refuse, they get offended and view us as too holy.
Ponzi = Fraud
We don’t help people build Ponzi websites because it’s a fraud.
Yes, we want to make money. But we also want to be able to sleep well at night. And we don’t think the two are mutually exclusive.
We’ve seen loved ones reject well-intentioned advice and put their money in Ponzi schemes – only to emerge with heart-breaking stories to tell. Ask those who invested in MMM Ponzi!
MMM is no longer in vogue. The reigning scams now are Zar Fund, Givers Forum, Ultimate Cycler and some Happy Meal World Gate rubbish, but it’s still evil called by other names.
We don’t want to be the ones to help perpetuate this awful act of wickedness.
Our Advice to Ponzi Websites Owner Wannabes
If you intended to join the bandwagon to own a Ponzi site, it’s probably because you want to make money and earn a living.
If that’s the case for you, then here’s our advice (the same advice we give to everyone who’s contacted us for a Ponzi site): do real, legit business online.
How? Setup something that solves a problem, meet a need, scratch an itch. That’s the one true way to earn a living and have peace of mind at the same time.
Want Some Positive Inspiration?
Below are examples of fellow young Nigerian youths running real business online:
Just to name a few.
You Don’t Have to Go it Alone
If you’re really serious about doing real business online, you don’t have to go at it alone. Seek for help from others.
As far as setting up a legitimate business online that can make you millions is concerned, we can help. Speak to us today.