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    Re: Banners Broker HYIP ponzi scam

    Haven't lost any money to online scams.......results are typical.

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    Re: Banners Broker HYIP ponzi scam

    Quote Originally Posted by Jayd View Post
    See ya
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    http://goo.gl/bua60ZIs My Advertising Pays a scam? YES!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayd View Post
    Forget it, you have proven once again there is no real communication here, I am not going to be interrogated by people I don't know, who really don't want to listen and who obviously won't believe anything I post anyway, that has already been made clear so there is simply no point. I didn't have to come here, I just thought it would help other people but this is obviously not the place to do that. Now you can do what you normally do and revel in the fact you drove yet another person away, pat yourselves on the back, speculate on what you think you know about me bla bla, but it's not me that loses out, shame you can't figure that one out!

    I do not have to justify myself to anyone and I really am not bothered what you think, it certainly won't affect my life. The whole thing is laughable. See ya
    Its been quite some time since we some pansy embarrass himself to the level of this yokel on here.

    Jayd has some legit emotional / mental issues.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayd View Post
    Forget it, you have proven once again there is no real communication here, I am not going to be interrogated by people I don't know, who really don't want to listen and who obviously won't believe anything I post anyway, that has already been made clear so there is simply no point. I didn't have to come here, I just thought it would help other people but this is obviously not the place to do that. Now you can do what you normally do and revel in the fact you drove yet another person away, pat yourselves on the back, speculate on what you think you know about me bla bla, but it's not me that loses out, shame you can't figure that one out!

    I do not have to justify myself to anyone and I really am not bothered what you think, it certainly won't affect my life. The whole thing is laughable. See ya
    Yada, Blah, Etc!!!Another self-righteous " I'm taking the moral high ground " monkey! These threads are packed with losers that claimed superior or insider knowledge, but when push came to shove they couldn't deliver! Like they say in Missouri, "Show Me!"
    It seems like in this "industry" common sense is not all that common!

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    Quote Originally Posted by laidback View Post
    Yada, Blah, Etc!!!Another self-righteous " I'm taking the moral high ground " monkey! These threads are packed with losers that claimed superior or insider knowledge, but when push came to shove they couldn't deliver! Like they say in Missouri, "Show Me!"
    It is laughable.How can he have the inside knowledge when I do? I am a 00 agent specialising in ***** ponzi schemes. I spent 6 months disguised as a wig in order to get all the info. PM me and send me a postal order for 1.50 for the full dossier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamstealer View Post
    It is laughable.How can he have the inside knowledge when I do? I am a 00 agent specialising in ***** ponzi schemes. I spent 6 months disguised as a wig in order to get all the info. PM me and send me a postal order for 1.50 for the full dossier.
    LOL, are you sure you don't want bitcoin or some other craptocurrency?
    It seems like in this "industry" common sense is not all that common!

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    Re: Banners Broker HYIP ponzi scam

    Can you believe it's been almost a year?

    Tara,
    The prosecution of accuseds associated to Project Banners continues. There have been several pre-trial appearances, and hearings regarding seized property, evidence admissibility, and disclosure issues that accompany most large scale matters.
    The matter has not yet been assigned a trial date, but remains before the courts. The accused's remain charged and are subject to bail conditions.
    I'm not presently in a position to advise when the trial date will be set.
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    Re: Banners Broker HYIP ponzi scam

    guess who published this in 2013? Wonder where he is now?

    The “Ponzi” Fact

    What is a Ponzi Scheme?

    Much has been written about Ponzi schemes, the rights and wrongs of such programs and quite correctly warning people of the dangers of getting involved in schemes such as these. Sadly, many companies have also been wrongly accused of being Ponzi schemes by those that do not understand the difference between a Ponzi scheme and a legitimate business plan thereby damaging the future of those legitimate businesses.

    In a nutshell, a Ponzi scheme is a fraudulent investment operation that has been designed to pay investors a large return on their money, unfortunately this can only be sustained by using the money being paid in by new investors. The schemes do not generate any profit so therefore only the initial investors have any chance of making a return.

    A Ponzi scheme entices new investors by offering higher returns on their original investment than other more traditional investment opportunities. This is usually given as short term payouts that are abnormally high. However, as the scheme generates no profit, the high returns need an increasing amount of new investors to “keep the cash flowing” and consequently the scheme going.

    Inevitably a Ponzi scheme is destined to collapse, due to the payouts eventually eclipsing the money coming in from new investors. However Ponzi schemes are usually interrupted by the authorities before they collapse. This is usually because the promoter is either selling unregistered securities, is gaining a reputation for higher than average payouts, or is unable to maintain payments and complaints are being made which eventually come to the notice of the respective financial regulators.

    These companies become a victim of their own success as more investors get involved the more the chance of the scheme coming to the attention of the authorities.

    Ponzi – A brief history

    These type of fraudulent investment opportunities are named after Charles Ponzi, the first great exponent of the scheme.

    In 1920, some years after arriving in the United States from his native Italy, Ponzi launched his great “get rich quick” scheme. His scheme was based on the arbitrate with International Reply Coupons (IRC), used to purchase postage stamps.

    Ponzi claimed that he would, through a series of agents, purchase IRC’s from abroad, places such as Italy and other European counties. These coupons would then be redeemed in the United States for postage stamps of a higher value. After costs, expenses and using international exchange rates Ponzi claimed to be able to make a profit of 400%.

    The scheme generated millions of dollars in revenue before it was unmasked as a fraud. It was discovered that only 27,000 coupons had been purchased when in reality 160 million coupons were required to run the investment successfully. It was then discovered that Ponzi had diverted investor’s money to pay earlier investors and himself. Soon afterwards Ponzi was arrested.

    Ponzi and the Internet

    The Internet is rife with Ponzi schemes. Terms such as “High Yield Investment Program mes” (HYIP) and “Offshore Investment Opportunities” are used to conceal Ponzi schemes and mislead the buying public.

    Some Ponzi schemes offer long term opportunities with only medium rates of return. This is still unsustainable as no profits are being generated.

    Any scheme that offers high income returns for your investment must be carefully investigated and researched before parting with your hard earned cash.

    Ponzi didn’t actually invent this system; there are references to similar schemes in Charles Dickens 1844 novel “Martin Chuzzlewit” and the 1857 novel “Little Durrit”. Ponzi however was the first person to bring the scheme to life. His scheme took so much money that it was the first to be recognized in the United States.

    So reader beware – research thoroughly before taking a leap of blind faith into a scheme that promises to change your life. Yes there are some good companies and many great opportunities but you need to trust your research and not the words of others.

    David H Hooker
    Executive Vice President -Strategy India
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    Re: Banners Broker HYIP ponzi scam

    posted to wrong thread will repost
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    "Where are they now" thread

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