I want to seize this opportunity to warn every Nigerian about Social Exchange market grants. I read on huntersinternational that the long-awaited Social Exchange Market Grant is about ready for disbursement in Nigeria.
The post has it that Mr. Adetula Emmanuel, the Principal Coordinator of Great Impact Microfinance Bank, who also serves as the SEM Coordinator for all Principal Directors in Ondo and Ekiti, stated that “money is here already. The challenge at hand now is just the documentation to the fund release. That’s it.”
My main aim of this write up is not prove whether Social Exchange market grants is real or scam. This is because already people are being scam in the name of getting Social Exchange Market grant.
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Here is the fraudulent message circulating on the Whatsapp groups about Social Exchange market grant for Nigeria.
Social Exchange market grant for Nigeria
What is required is to get the form is N1000 for those within the SouthEast .
To pick up this form may be a challenge but I believe that it is possible. Call so and so….
The grant is minimum of 3million maximum of 10million. No collateral needed. However having fulfilled all documentation at the Development bank of Nigeria. There shall be disbursement. This will call for monitoring of every project.
Remember you are not paying any thing. You are not returning the grant.
Your ideas must be production oriented on to process and packaging. It is not for buying and selling.
The seminar is for you to be trained and get information Social exchange market is funding. They are group of philanthropy across the world.
It is not MMM. I’m not asking you to pay a dime
This grant was what president Jonathan Used for U-win
Your ideas is for you.
Your business ideas in this case include:
- Block making Industry
- Garment making
- Pure water industry
- Poultry and processing
- Cassava plantation and processing
- Cattle ranches
- Nursery school
- Drug manufacturing industry
- Aquaculture and
- Bottling companies
- Tomato paste factory
- Matches and tooth pick
- Nylon industry
- Automated shoe making
- Flour mill
- Feed mill
The grant Is available
The forms are in serial numbers, your signature on it. Everything is physically verified.
In addition NATION BUILDERS CM NETWORK (NGO) is among few privileged NGOs in Nigeria Authorized through social exchange market principle platform to mobilize projects/investments across the country to be given money to empower people so as to drive such projects/investments for self reliance.
HOW TO APPLY FOR SOCIAL EXCHANGE MARKET GRANT
To partake in this on-going grant program, follow the steps below.
Follow this steps:
Have a project/business you or your group want to establish in your community, town or city in Nigeria
Pick up membership registration from Smile Again Microfinance Bank indicating details of your location and your group intention.
Mobilize minimum of 1000 business/investment within the reach of your group in that community, town or city.
Attend Seminar/Workshop organized by Smile Again Model Microfinance Bank
Grant is released by Social Exchange Market for each project enlisted in that community, town or city under the group.
Note: Each business/investment will be subjected to a standard follow up for proper implementation by Development Bank Of Nigeria, Social Exchange Market and Smile Again Model Microfinance Bank.
For enquires call: 080379872, 07083925153.
Warning: Please, disregard any such information on Social Exchange market grants or any related one on internet or whatsapp group. Fraudsters are everywhere!!!
According Hunters International, 1. ‘Our reporters post updates received from the organisers of social market exchange grants scheme.
2. Ever since, they have never reported the fund is coming from World Bank, but a foreign charity.
3. Our contacts provide photos, videos, and documentations to back up their claim.
4. Hunters International is not part of the organiser; we simply report the proceedings.
5. We keep contacts with a charity foundation, not multi-purpose co-orperative schemes.
6. We are aware some people (cooperative guys) are asking for money for application till date (it may be a way to dupe Nigerians).
My verdict: With all the evidence we have seen, I would say, let’s wait to see if all these Abuja meetings of stakeholders is a film trick or not. There is nothing to lose if everyone wakes up from their daydreaming. To me, it looks more real (with all the findings our reporters have made, and with the proof we’re getting from bethanyworld. After all, it costs us no dime. We advise everybody not to pay for any form anywhere (as far as what we know today).‘
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