Scam and Fraud
by Tony Clifton
GeniusFunds is a good looking HYIP that we reviewed a while ago. It happened to be a good bet - the program is still paying abotu 9 months later.
Now It's Time To Stay Away From It
I don't think the risk of investing there is worth the risk....
Posted at 05/10/2009 08:05;
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by Tony Clifton
It came to my attention (mostly from the comments on our Minvestment interview) that some people are now pushing around a supposingly ultra private program called P2P (P-2-P Network or Pathway 2 Prosperity). This program is so private that you should not even mention its name (reminds so...
Posted at 05/29/2008 08:05;
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Beware of a new so called "private investment program" - Profits in Paradize.
The program is getting fairly popular so if you want to play a ponzi, you still have a chance to win. But don't let someone misslead you that this can be really a "cash-based investments in...
Posted at 05/15/2008 09:05;
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by Tony Clifton
I can't pay attention and notify about all the HYIP scams, and I am sure you know how to spot most of them yourself. Some HYIPs however, like Golden Income - http://goldenincome.biz/ are so blatantly cheap that I can't skip writing about them.
See how these crooks have...
Posted at 02/21/2008 13:02;
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By Ouida Vincent
Robert Kiyosaki was the first and has been the only financial pundit to suggest that your home is not an asset. As they so often do, Kiyosaki's statements fly in the face of prevailing financial wisdom.
David Bach, author of Automatic Millionaire, not only says that your home...
Posted at 02/06/2008 04:02;
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By Chuck D Hoskins
After Years Of Trading, I'm Really Cynical About Most Newsletters!
This is a review that comes from my personal experience with Marl "The Stock Trading Robot".
The Doubling Stocks newsletter provides stock picks that are chosen by an extremely expensive, and very high tech automated trading system that sells...
Posted at 12/14/2007 08:12;
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While browsing TalkGold I found a program called Pioneer Profund Financial - www.pioneerprofund.com - which claims to be registered and legal.
I did not care to check the claim, but I was irritated by the way they try to sound like the legal mutual fund company Pioneer Funds. They call...
Posted at 11/24/2007 05:11;
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By Tony Clifton [Your Program In Focus]
When talking about managed accounts, people usually say that it's impossible for you to be scammed. And I agree this is true because the account manager cannot withdraw your money.
Another thing that I always say when talking about managed accounts is that they fraud-free...
Posted at 07/06/2007 04:07;
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GHPI, Blue People and HKIG are programs which supposingly come from the same group of investors.
The latest "developments" from GHPI and the current payment delays in Blue People are the reason to publish this warning. GHPI is "changing management" and now the members are getting weird emails from some...
Posted at 06/04/2007 05:06;
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by Elaine Currie
Anyone coming to the Internet in search of a job or a legitimate opportunity to make money online is at risk of being snared by a scam program. Falling for an online scam can happen to anyone; you don't need to be especially gullible to get taken in...
Posted at 05/30/2007 06:05;
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