To good to be true! 2% per day.

cu2

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I was personaly introduced recently to a program which pays 2% per day! Cash in the bank the next day. You can start with as little as $10. Crazy right.
Well after seeing the possibility I could not sleep. Ok hay its a risk just as we all know no different to trading. So I only invested what I could afford to loose.

I have now been earning 2% per day for 19 days now. But get this, as the interest goes in I re-invest my daily earnings. The more I re-invest the more I earn on a daily basis like a snowball effect.

This is a new way of investing to me, one which pays on a daily basis. The company started in 2004 but just in the last 2 years since starting his 2% per day program, it has taken off like a rocket. It pays it's members by internet advertising and various other projects. The main objective of the company is to keep it sustainable so they implement things within its program like Eg. withdrawals are limited to $500 per day per member to name one. Yuck.

As I progress I will post up my live account.
 
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The Leopard

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Mods, please don't delete this thread, at least for a while. PLEASE.

:LOL:

I was going to quote the post and highlight the comedy parts, but there were just too many. :LOL:
 

Soloquan

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Amazing, who the hell gave Bernard Madoff internet access in prison anyway?
 

cu2

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It's all new to me boys. But am well aware! It's fun to say the least so long as it lasts right. Quite frankly My reaction was the same but I shutup quick after seeing a close relatives earnings. That's why I'm in. I see no difference in investing money in trading as with these guys. I have been in this game a long time. I sure am not a scamer, so please. I don't mean it to be a comedy.

Hay Lepoard, I see your photo is a copyright be careful, you might be nicked. Lawyers are lovin' that stuff.
 

forker

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i bet HSBC is backing the company, or is it barclays... they all dush bags so it doesnt really matter i guess
 

NVP

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hey look.....

Bob Diamond was always going to Launch something .......
 

The Leopard

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I see no difference in investing money in trading as with these guys. I have been in this game a long time. I don't mean it to be a comedy.

:eek: WTF? No difference? Not comedy?

Hay Lepoard, I see your photo is a copyright be careful, you might be nicked. Lawyers are lovin' that stuff.

What do you mean copyright? That's a picture of me on a recent sex-vacation to Thailand.

Great trip, I can afford it thanks to this little scheme I'm in. I get 3% a day for doing nothing, although I haven't taken any money out, I re-invest my profits. That's the smart thing to do.

If you're interested, you can join here:


www.areyou serioushowcanyounotrealisethatthisisaponzischeme?.com
 
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cu2

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i bet HSBC is backing the company, or is it barclays... they all dush bags so it doesnt really matter i guess

Interesting thought. Anyway I could find that out? If so then they probably would have it closed down once the investments slow down. But as far as they let you know (not much) it's inventor is someone who made a living participating in such programs and never got anywhere because they closed down or people lost interest.
So he ended up trying to find a way to make it sustainable and he recons he found a mathamatical formular which works and makes it sustainable. Athough it is simlar to a ponzi sceme it isnt quite the same thing. I also do not rely on sponsors. It gets too complex to explain the thing which happen within the program. Perhaps for Ron!

The inventor will pay anyone 1 million who can prove it wont work. :innocent: nice tickler!
 

The Leopard

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Interesting thought. Anyway I could find that out? If so then they probably would have it closed down once the investments slow down. But as far as they let you know (not much) it's inventor is someone who made a living participating in such programs and never got anywhere because they closed down or people lost interest.
So he ended up trying to find a way to make it sustainable and he recons he found a mathamatical formular which works and makes it sustainable. Athough it is simlar to a ponzi sceme it isnt quite the same thing. I also do not rely on sponsors. It gets too complex to explain the thing which happen within the program. Perhaps for Ron!

The inventor will pay anyone 1 million who can prove it wont work. :innocent: nice tickler!

Please! No more! If you carry on I will literally p1ss myself laughing. :LOL:
 

The Leopard

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So he ended up trying to find a way to make it sustainable and he recons he found a mathamatical formular which works and makes it sustainable. Athough it is simlar to a ponzi sceme it isnt quite the same thing.

This is a wind up, surely?
 

NVP

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Interesting thought. Anyway I could find that out? If so then they probably would have it closed down once the investments slow down. But as far as they let you know (not much) it's inventor is someone who made a living participating in such programs and never got anywhere because they closed down or people lost interest.
So he ended up trying to find a way to make it sustainable and he recons he found a mathamatical formular which works and makes it sustainable. Athough it is simlar to a ponzi sceme it isnt quite the same thing. I also do not rely on sponsors. It gets too complex to explain the thing which happen within the program. Perhaps for Ron!

The inventor will pay anyone 1 million who can prove it wont work. :innocent: nice tickler!

I know the principle he is using - Ponzi's are usually based on optimistic recruitment rates and overblown future trended customer churn .......it actually sounds feasable if you are sitting in a room with high pressure sellers - all smiles asking you to part with that money....

Been there done that ;)
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