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Ponzi Scheme sounds to good to be true

Updated on May 7, 2012

Ponzi Schemes sounds to good to be true

Ponzi Schemes sounds to good to be true. If it sounds to good to be true , then it is. You cant get nothing for nothing today. Beware of up front fees. Never send money to anyone you don't know. Do your research. Call the Better Business Bureau. Do your own search. Google the company or companies asking you for money or information. DON'T BE A VICTIM. Never give out your social security number over the phone. Even to someone you know. This is FRAUD.

My Fiance is dealing with a ponzi scheme right now. He put monies up about a year ago. He got some monies back. Just enough to keep him waiting a little longer. The guy kept telling him the money would be here next week. Next week never came. Hes still waiting. Hes in the process of calling all the goverment agencyies involved. The Federal Trade Commission, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Central Intelligence Agency, and The Attorney Generals office out of Washington DC. My Fiance'e got involved with putting money up for a big return. The return that never came. No more waiting around. Hes now in acting his right as a US citizen, to put a stop to people like this and others involved. Until this day this man has not proven that hes not a ponzi scheme. We are writting this to help others not to become victims of these kinds of people. We got this flyer in the mail today about fraud we are passing it along to you.

Warning Signs

1.Sounds to good to be true 2 Pressure you to act right away 3 Guarantees success 4 Promises unusually high returns 5 Requires upfront fees for and investment -even for a free prize 6 Buyers want to overpay you for and item and send the rest back to you 7 Doesn't have the look of a real business 8 Something just doesn't feel right

Know these warning signs learn them. It just might save your money.

BEWARE BEWARE You will lose your money

Stay tuned for further blog updates on this and please pass this on to everyone you know.

Thank You

This is true in it's intirety

This is true in it's intirety and is and on going legal process even today.


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  • Rhonda Waits profile imageAUTHOR

    Rhonda Musch 

    7 years ago from The Emerald Coast

    Thanks paree for your comment. There are many frauds in my country as well. Fraudsters are everywhere. If we do our home work, and do our checks, on these people first, we would never invest. Yes greed is bad. Greed destroys lives. There are companies out there, who are good companies. They are few and far between. That was a lot of money to lose. So sad.

    I wish everyone luck. I hope they prosecute those scams.

    Happy New Year.

  • paree profile image


    7 years ago from India

    In India also there are many Ponzi scheme. Because of these frauds people lost Rs.40000 Crores. Which they have given to fraudsters. This was hard earned money of old peoples. But everybody should learn that greed is bad always.

  • Rhonda Waits profile imageAUTHOR

    Rhonda Musch 

    8 years ago from The Emerald Coast

    Thanks Joy Dans for your comment. You are welcome for the warning.

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    Joy Dans 

    8 years ago

    Thanks for warning us.

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    8 years ago

    Thanks for the tip sweet cheeks.

  • profile image 

    8 years ago

    a great article


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