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Why is Joining MMM a Good Cause?

26.10.2017

The MMM Mutual Aid Community is building a FAIR world where anyone may find their happy ever-after. Its members help each other financially and are paid a high percentage of the help provided on a monthly basis. No bank and no financial project will pay you that much.
 
Each MMM member who provides help or brings in new members serves a good cause. This is the way to do our bit in building a just world based on kindness, honesty and mutual help.

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Use Mass Text Messaging to Bring in New Members

25.10.2017

MMM is building a just world where anyone may find their happy ever-after. In addition to paying you a high monthly percentage of the help provided, the Community offers you great referral and leadership bonuses.
 

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MMM in Twitter and Telegram!

24.10.2017

Dear members,

We’re delighted to announce we’ve launched an account in the Twitter social networking service and a channel in the Telegram messaging service.

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Quitting a Hateful Job: 4 Recommendations

24.10.2017

The MMM Mutual Aid Community is building a just world where anyone may find their happy ever-after. Its members help each other financially and are paid a high percentage of the help provided.
 
With these conditions, people have a chance to provide for their families, quit their hateful jobs and do something they love. However, some people are so used to the hateful jobs they have, they are scared to quit.
 

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Cryptocurrencies Steadily Recovering after Slump

23.10.2017

You can contribute to MMM using one of the two options: conventional currencies and cryptocurrencies. We recommend using the second option as it's faster, more reliable and profitable.
 
A short while ago the cryptocurrency market had a slump in exchange rates — a lot of popular digital currencies plummeted. The steep fall started after the Chinese cryptocurrency exchanges announced the forthcoming cease of trading due to the government policy.
 
Moreover, shortly before (back in early September) China's government imposed a ban on ICO (Initial Coin Offering) across the country. These two events set off a panic among cryptocurrency traders and, consequently, a sharp drop in currency rates.

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