Federal Government agency has mapped out plans on how to deal with online money doublers. The federal government owned Nigeria Internet Registration Association (NIRA) said it had mapped out strategies to deal with issues of Internet abuse by various forms of Ponzi schemes such as MMM, Twinkas, Ultimate Cycler and others.
In a statement issued on Friday, March 3, Sunday Folayan, the president of NIRA, said an Internal Procedural Process to manage and deal with such complaints has been received.
He said a law enforcement desk which will handle complaints on domain name abuse has been established and the association would work in conjunction with relevant law enforcement agencies to deal with the menace.
“If you discover any form of Internet abuse with .ng websites please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will deal with it. Together we can make the internet safe for us and our children,’’ he said.
The federal government has warned Nigerians severally not to invest or get involved in Ponzi schemes but it has fallen on deaf ears.
Nigerians have continued to patronize different Ponzi schemes which came up after the fall of the popular MMM Nigeria.