In a sign of just how out of control the HYIP ponzi "industry" has become, video has surfaced in which Achieve Community pimp, Rodney Blackburn uses footage of the SEC website in an effort to confuse viewers into believing the HYIP ponzi frauds he (Blackburn) is promoting somehow fall outside SEC jurisdiction
Pay particular attention from the 14.20 mark of the video and you can see Blackburn daring viewers to complain to the SEC about the programs he's pimping, claiming "it's not going to do any good"
Blackburns' video features the SEC website in the background for nearly six minutes, implying somehow the programs for whom Blackburn is currently shilling, Achieve Community, Trinity Lines and Unison Wealth are outside of the SECs' reach and therefore "safe" for investors
In fact, nothing could could be further from the truth.
Achieve Community, Trinity Lines and Unison Wealth are exactly the type of barely disguised fraud which moved the SEC to issue the following SEC Investor Alert back in October 2013:
Beware of Pyramid Schemes Posing as Multi-Level Marketing Programs SEC bulletin
For sure, Blackburn is not alone among his HYIP ponzi fraud promoting peers in attempting to fool potential victims the program-du-jour is legal, but, this has got to go down as one of the most egregious examples of giving authorities the metaphorical "middle finger" of recent times, PARTICULARLY in light of the recent multi million dollar Zeek Rewards and Telexfree SEC lead prosecutions