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#465 - 12/06/07 02:33 PM What are HYIP's
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High-yield_investment_program

High-Yield Investment Program (HYIP) is a type of Pyramid Scheme. HYIPs typically accept deposits as low as $1 while promising astoundingly high returns.

Online HYIP schemes rarely last for more than a couple of years. An overwhelming number of cases suggest that HYIPs are Ponzi schemes, in which new investors provide the cash to pay a profit to existing investors, which they typically then withdraw.[citation needed] This approach allows the scam to continue as long as new investors are found and/or old investors leave their money in the scheme, known as compounding (because even higher profits are promised). The SEC has said the following on the matter: "These fraudulent schemes involve the purported issuance, trading, or use of so-called 'prime' bank, 'prime' European bank or 'prime' world bank financial instruments, or other 'high yield investment programs.' ('HYIP's) The fraud artists... seek to mislead investors by suggesting that well regarded and financially sound institutions participate in these bogus programs."[1]

The introduction of e-currencies has made it possible for HYIPs to operate on the internet and cross international boundaries, and to accept large numbers of small investments. HYIPs usually accept deposits by either e-currency, like e-gold, and INTGold, or use specialist third party payment processors like AlertPay, SolidTrustPay, CEPTrust, TriStarMoneyChangers and StormPay. HYIPs typically offer a significant incentive commission (for example, 9% of invested funds) for members to attract and refer new investors.

Most HYIPs disclose little or no detail about the underlying management, location, or other aspects of how money is to be invested (often because money is not actually invested), and relatively little information (other than asserting that they do various types of trading on various stock and other exchanges) on how they actually generate the returns they purport. They are sometimes presented with some form of an emotional appeal, appeals for faith, and promises that they will help investors achieve financial freedom.[2]

Arguably, the largest HYIP scam that has existed on the internet was PIPS (People in Profit System or Pure Investors)[3][4]. The investment scheme was started by Bryan Marsden in early 2004, (according to the Wayback Machine record of http://pureinvestor.com) and spanned more than 20 countries. PIPS was investigated by Bank Negara Malaysia in 2005 which resulted in Marsden and his wife being charged in a Malaysian court with 97 counts of money laundering involving more than RM77 million - US$20 million[5]. Even after these charges were brought forth many of Marsden's followers/investors continued to support him and believe they would see their money some day. This behavior and denial could be seen and still is seen on hyip forums


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#584 - 12/13/07 12:36 PM Re: What are HYIP's [Re: Lita]
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A High-Yield Investment Program (HYIP

http://encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com/High+Yield+Investment+Program

HYIPs typically claim to offer interest rates of 1% or more per day on invested funds; some claim to offer much higher daily rates exceeding 200% a day. Allegedly, the highest-return HYIP on record has offered 1,100% ROI in one day. Claims of astronomical returns without large capital outlay or background information are indicative of a Ponzi-structured HYIP program.

As a comparison with a typical 1% per day claim, Warren Buffett, one of the world's most successful investors, made around 30% per year during his most successful period; that is on average, less than 0.1% per day. As the claimed returns of 1% per day are virtually impossible to produce legitimately, all HYIPs are therefore almost certainly Ponzi schemes, and so most investors will in due course lose their money.
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#934 - 12/20/07 07:31 PM Re: What are HYIP's [Re: Lita]
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I was introduced by a so called on-line business expert by the name of Gary Jezorski and Vertical marketing. I paid $ 249 for the program which included real nice videos of how to get started and invest in HYIPS. Guarantted money he calls it. No way you can lose. Well, he recommended Invest manager and Open Trade, both of which are gone with my money. Over $ 1,500!

This guy should be arrested!

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#936 - 12/20/07 07:57 PM Re: What are HYIP's [Re: Scottie]
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Hi Scottie and welcome to VAS \:\)

Is this your scammer??...
http://www.ecurrencyexchangediscounts.com/

I don't know of this scammer but I soon will

I curious what he taught you for that kind of money...


Edited by okosh (12/20/07 08:02 PM)
Edit Reason: wrong linkey

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#937 - 12/20/07 08:02 PM Re: What are HYIP's [Re: okosh]
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How did you pay him? With an online payment processor like Paypal or e-gold?
Or by credit/debit card.

Did he just recommend those ponzi's to you, or did he sign you up with his own link or referal number?


Edited by Lita (12/20/07 08:02 PM)
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#938 - 12/20/07 08:07 PM Re: What are HYIP's [Re: Lita]
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You could maybe ring him and ask for your money back...
Maybe I'll ring him
847 557-8411

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Am I allowed to post this scammers photo??


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#939 - 12/20/07 08:10 PM Re: What are HYIP's [Re: okosh]
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 Originally Posted By: okosh
You could maybe ring him and ask for your money back...
Maybe I'll ring him
847 557-8411

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Am I allowed to post this scammers photo??



Not yet. Little steps. Let's see what we find out and which friends to call in on this one.
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#940 - 12/20/07 08:16 PM Re: What are HYIP's [Re: Lita]
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If he made the payment by credit card he has about 90 days to dispute the charge......
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#942 - 12/20/07 08:28 PM Re: What are HYIP's [Re: Michael45]
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I am more interested in the ref link to the two ponzi's. That $249 could be a drop in the bucket that he could get back if this guy signed him up in ponzi's.

Just have to wait, hope and see if he comes back.
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#947 - 12/20/07 09:03 PM Re: What are HYIP's [Re: okosh]
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 Originally Posted By: okosh
Hi Scottie and welcome to VAS \:\)

Is this your scammer??...
http://www.ecurrencyexchangediscounts.com/

I don't know of this scammer but I soon will

I curious what he taught you for that kind of money...


Yep. that's him alright

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#948 - 12/20/07 09:05 PM Re: What are HYIP's [Re: Lita]
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 Originally Posted By: Lita
 Originally Posted By: okosh
You could maybe ring him and ask for your money back...
Maybe I'll ring him
847 557-8411

@Admin
Am I allowed to post this scammers photo??



Not yet. Little steps. Let's see what we find out and which friends to call in on this one.



Go ahead and call the number. The voice message is very interesting. Do to the overwhelming demand of this product and the number of members, we can no longer answer your phone calls .... blah, blah, blah

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#949 - 12/20/07 09:07 PM Re: What are HYIP's [Re: Lita]
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I paid with credit card. I believe that invest mamager was actually from his referral link. His videos can actually take you to the site to sign up so it's more than likely a referral link.
With open trade, I don't think I used a referral link.

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#950 - 12/20/07 09:13 PM Re: What are HYIP's [Re: okosh]
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 Originally Posted By: okosh
Hi Scottie and welcome to VAS \:\)

Is this your scammer??...
http://www.ecurrencyexchangediscounts.com/

I don't know of this scammer but I soon will

I curious what he taught you for that kind of money...


Sorry, I was wrong before. This is the link that takes you through the whole process: http://www.dont-get-scammed.com/create_personal_wealth2.htm

Once you pay the $249 and join, you login as a member and go to this; http://www.currencyexchangeprofits.com/password-protected-login.htm

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#951 - 12/20/07 09:19 PM Re: What are HYIP's [Re: Scottie]
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Did this go through pay pal or did you pay direct??

I'm guessing that's an office number you calling...
I think I have his home address and phone number...

I got one of about 5 links here that you may have used...
If you have the linkey please PM it to me...

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#952 - 12/20/07 09:21 PM Re: What are HYIP's [Re: okosh]
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Here is the full list....

Gary Jezorski and resellers

Currencyexchangeprofits. com
Currencyexchangeprofits. net
Currency-exchange-profits. com
Inspirer. net
Profitprofilerclub. com
Dont-get-scammed. com


Edited by okosh (12/20/07 09:22 PM)

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#953 - 12/20/07 09:23 PM Re: What are HYIP's [Re: okosh]
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 Originally Posted By: okosh
Here is the full list....

Gary Jezorski and resellers
Currencyexchangeprofits. com
Currencyexchangeprofits. net
Currency-exchange-profits. com
Inspirer. net
Profitprofilerclub. com
Dont-get-scammed. com


see my post just above. it has the (2)links I used.

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#954 - 12/20/07 09:46 PM Re: What are HYIP's [Re: Scottie]
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If you paid with a credit card, go to the bank that issued you the card. Do a chargeback. Tell them it was a sell of fraudulent goods.
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#957 - 12/20/07 10:14 PM Re: What are HYIP's [Re: Lita]
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If you paid with a credit card, go to the bank that issued you the card. Do a chargeback. Tell them it was a sell of fraudulent goods.


A little hint here:

Don't just go "to the bank" to register your complaint.

Bank tellers and officers are notoriously uninformed as to the legalities of credit card law.

Put your complaint in writing to your credit card provider / company, listing all relevant details, making sure you keep a record.

That way, not only will you be covered, but, the object of your complaint will have a "red flag" entered against his or her account as well.

Enough "red flags" and the card company will remove their facilities as a payment option for the fraudster. They have no desire to be associated with fraud in any way.
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#958 - 12/20/07 10:55 PM Re: What are HYIP's [Re: Scottie]
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Where is this Gary Jezorski live?. Which country? Where did the credit card payment go to?
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#960 - 12/21/07 01:10 AM Re: What are HYIP's [Re: Lita]
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 Originally Posted By: Lita
Where is this Gary Jezorski live?. Which country? Where did the credit card payment go to?


Since I don't know the area that well, I'll let you advise which linkey is closer to his house

FBI Chicago
2111 West Roosevelt Road Chicago, IL 60608-1128
chicago.fbi.gov
(312) 421-6700

FBI Springfield
900 East Linton Avenue
Springfield, Illinois 62703
springfield.fbi.gov
(217) 522-9675


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Gary Jezorski - Carlos Cruz - CurrencyExchangeProfits - Vertical Marketing False Advertising and Fraudulent Guarantee on foregin currency exchange profits ripoff Vernon Hills Illinois
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1561 N. Cypress Pointe Drive
Vernon Hills, Illinois, 60061
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Submitted: 10/27/2006 7:40:32 AM
Modified: 6/3/2007 3:17:26 AM
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How to get Rip-off Revenge

CurrencyExchangeProfits.com, Vertical Marketing LLC, and Gary Jezorski advertise profits of 1% per day by participating in currency exchanges by way of fees using the services of DXINONE.com. The profits statements are false and the guarantee is never honored.

They do not provide the telephone support which they advertised. They make you submit written tickets. When they answer the tickets, the answers just use circular reasoning and arguments but never get to the point.

They refuse to address the issues and do not honor their guarantee. The whole investment program was designed around a fraud.


Ricardo
Montville, New Jersey
U.S.A.

http://www.ripoffreport.com/reports/0/217/ripoff0217924.htm#200465

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#961 - 12/21/07 02:02 AM Re: What are HYIP's [Re: okosh]
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Pitty Scottie never got a reply from this scammer....

Here is what he told this victim...

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Submitted: 10/27/2006 8:10:58 AM
Modified: 10/27/2006 8:10:58 AM
CompanyOwner
Gary
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U.S.A.

Ricardo is a Year Late

Ricardo purchased my training program 11/29/2005... today it is 10/27/2006. So not quite a full year but pretty darn close.

Ricardo used my training and live phone and written support for 11-months and is now complaining that he is not getting a refund? Does that sound reasonable to you?

If so, please avoid me as I will not be willing to provide you with a refund a year later either.

Refunds 45-60 days later is perfectly reasonable but 1-year later is just not.

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#962 - 12/21/07 02:08 AM Re: What are HYIP's [Re: okosh]
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Update
Submitted: 10/27/2006 12:19:47 PM
Modified: 10/27/2006 12:19:47 PM
Update
Richard
Montville, New Jersey
U.S.A.

Misrepresentation by Gary Jezorski about Refund.

The response by Gary Jezorski is a misrepresentation. It takes months to open the account because of difficulties in funding and completing documentation using E-Gold, and then funding an E-Gold account. The training was not used until after the account was set up and an investment could be made. There was no time limit put on the guarantee other than it would double within 45 days after investing. There was no advice that could be obtained before the account was set up and funded.

After the accounts was set up, I called up Gary Jezorski to ask about the guarantee. He stated at that time that it applied from the time the account was first funded, not from when the information was purchased.

As soon as the account was funded, contact was made with Gary Jezorski and currencyexchangeprofits.com that claimed at that time that the guarantee was still in effect from the day the account was funded.

I complied with their instructions, and asked for the refund within 60 days after the account was funded. But any reader can go to http://www.currencyexchangeprofits.com and read their guarantee and see for yourself.

For anyone else that has complaints, I suggest that they also file a complaint with http://www.chicago.bbb.org. For further action contact the Attorney General in Illinois and US Postal Inspector.

In order to deceive me into inactivity, Mr. Jezorski called after my posting to this website and promised that I would be getting a refund. Just in case he was lying, I decided to check to see if he posted something different to this report, which he did.


In the State of NJ a civil suit for breach of contract can be filed for which punitive damages can be sought under the NJ Punitive Damages Act. Be sure to investigate your recourse with the Federal Trade Commission.

Mr. Jezorki is now also selling other internet marketing schemes. He is asking other people to advertise DXINONE so that they become part of the scam of selling this fraud to the public and collect commissions for doing so.

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#966 - 12/21/07 06:30 AM Re: What are HYIP's [Re: okosh]
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Thanks for all the info and rely's. I purcahsed this program about 58 days ago, but it took nearly 30 days to get everything rolling.
I have tried to contact him again for a refund and am also reporting this to my credit card company today.

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#967 - 12/21/07 07:52 AM Re: What are HYIP's [Re: Scottie]
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I don't know why GAry Jezorki would give only 60 days when a USA person has 90 days to do a chargeback on their credit/debit card.
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#968 - 12/21/07 07:59 AM Re: What are HYIP's [Re: Lita]
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 Originally Posted By: Lita
I don't know why GAry Jezorki would give only 60 days when a USA person has 90 days to do a chargeback on their credit/debit card.



Simple, Jezorski's a scammer who plays on the consumers' gullibility and ignorance of consumer rights law.

In Australia, it's illegal, for example, for a trader to display misleading information as to a consumers' rights.
However, very few consumers are aware of the fact and accept the "No exchanges" policies of any retailer cheeky enough to display a sign claiming it.

Most consumers will try once, then accept whatever the provider dictates. (As fraudsters like Jezorski know only too well)
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#970 - 12/21/07 08:12 AM Re: What are HYIP's [Re: littleroundman]
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If this guy is telling people to join hyip/ponzi on this tape, he is telling them to do something illegal. If he is giving his link to these hyip/ponzi's, they may be able to sue him for any losses they occurred in those ponzi's.

In using a credit/debit card, it may be easier to track this guy down.


I would say hang onto those tapes and any info, transactions, emails...anything they got from this guy. Take it to the FBI. Write the FBI. Call the FBI, or email them. At the very least, take it to their nearest police station.


Edited by Lita (12/21/07 08:18 AM)
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#981 - 12/21/07 03:44 PM Re: What are HYIP's [Re: Lita]
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I sent Gary Jezorski an email stating my dissatisfaction.
part of my email, with help from your responses to this thread, read:
"After further reading and talking with other member, I am now convinced your guarantee is completely false. I am requesting that you cancel all of my activities and refund my credit card for the initial online purchase of $ 249.

These are my reasons: The phone number you list for personal guarantee of assistance is bogus and it is never answered and I've tried hundreds of times. It takes weeks if not months to open the account because of difficulties in funding and completing documentation using E-Gold, and then funding an E-Gold account. The training was not used until after the account was set up and an investment could be made. There was no time limit put on the guarantee other than it would double within 45 days after investing. Well after just 20 days of investing the Invest Manager site you recommended has disappeared as well as the Open Trade you recommended and are still recommending. There
was no advice that could be obtained before the account was set up and funded. CurrencyExchangeProfits.com, Vertical Marketing LLC, and you, Gary Jezorski advertise profits of 1% per day by participating in currency exchanges by way of fees using the services of DXINONE.com. The profits statements are false and the guarantee is never honored. They do not provide the telephone support which they advertised. They make you submit written tickets whicxh you are not informed of until after you join. ....."


This was his part of his response:
"Hi Scott

If you do not expect me to honor my guarantee ... why would you think I would honor a refund request? Your logic makes no sense. So if you want to insult someone, at least do it in a way that is logical."

and some bogus crap about support tickets which is a joke. There is no place in the support ticket for requesting a refund. Anyway, I did submit a support ticket the best place I thought and another email to him asking him for return# and address and no response.

I filed a claim with my cc company.

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#983 - 12/21/07 03:55 PM Re: What are HYIP's [Re: Scottie]
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 Originally Posted By: Scottie

I filed a claim with my cc company.


Don't forget to inform this scammers local FBI office....

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#1056 - 12/22/07 03:54 AM Re: What are HYIP's [Re: Scottie]
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I am With You? but read my post and give comment! HyIP monitors all scam????
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#1083 - 12/22/07 10:00 AM Re: What are HYIP's [Re: Scamkiller]
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I am With You? but read my post and give comment! HyIP monitors all scam????

For the most part, yes. Many reasons. While I haven't 'verified' this - it does 'make sense' to me....
Usually, these 'programs' choose to pay 'monitors' first, so that they might have a better 'shot' at getting more funds in.
DOES that mean that they're paying EVERYBODY?
Nope.
I've seen many 'programs' apparently choose to pay 'monitors' - and the obvious 'cheerleaders', but hardly anyone else.
Also, there are groups of people who choose to post 'paid' at monitor sites, whether they're ACTUALLY paid or not.
Also, one might consider - since it is possible to 'get funds back' from a 'referrer' in some cases, and the 'monitors' usually have some default 'referrer code', it would appear possible/likely that they might be held 'responsible' for the losses of everyone who used that 'referral code'.
Maybe something to consider?
Just my opinion,
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#2338 - 02/14/08 05:43 PM Re: What are HYIP's [Re: okosh]
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Hello. My name is Tim. Boy tell me I am slow or what.Its taken me four months to find this site or figure out what the hell people were talking about with the vas thing...Oh well anyway I saw a few post about my good buddy gary jorzowski. well I will tell you I dug around pretty hard.....for me anyway and found this guys real home address and fone number and I let him know I had that info. His big problem is that I am located in far side of iowa at the river....so you see I hate too admit to this but I told him I was going to... lets say come to Chicago to have a little chat with him. He mailed me a check for my refund promptly. I even made a copy of the check b/4 I cashed it. but that wasnt going to get him off the hook and I let him know it. My plans were to still go to the windy city to....well lets just say buy him a cup of coffee until P/N showed up and I think I will try court first. I will keep you posted on that but I must of shaken this guy up to mail me a check cuz I have read a few places people havent got a dime out of him. Just to let you know I am not shy and would be happy to give this info on this scumbag if anyone wants it. Just say the word...
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#2339 - 02/14/08 05:50 PM Re: What are HYIP's [Re: Tim]
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Of course we want the info. Need it by PM though. Keep it private, not in open post at this time. We need to make sure of who he is. It is also not so safe for him as he has many angry with him. His name and the things he has done needs to go to the authorities.
have you filed suit against him? Have you turned him over to the authorities.
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#2581 - 03/03/08 03:30 PM Re: What are HYIP's [Re: Scottie]
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I was JUST about to buy this. His name is listed as Jarkowski on the site I ran into. Did you actually make $$ and then could not withdrawal? I am curious what excactly happened. Have you found a good, solid biz venture?

I found this site thru somehting listed as "No Scams" or somehting like that.

Look forward to hearing from you. Hope I get your repsonse because this is my first response/post, and I just signed up at this site to respond to you. Thanks, Keith

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#2582 - 03/03/08 03:33 PM Re: What are HYIP's [Re: Tim]
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What happened with you and this guy? I was just about to buy....

Have you found anything that works?

Thanks,

Keith

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#2601 - 03/05/08 12:05 PM Re: What are HYIP's [Re: kh2oman]
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Hi Kieth, dont buy this. Its a scam. I bought it and lost over 7000.00. I am currently in the process of bringing this guy to court and would have been there right about now but as I was going thru my court filing papers I noticed that in the state of Il small claims is up to 10000.00 now and am refiling this claim for the full amount of my loss. I will keep all posted on how that goes. By the way Lita if your reading this I also went to Chicago BBB web page and both those locations I talked to you about were listed there as well. Anyway Kieth stay away from hyips they are all scams. I suggest going to talkgold forum and read some posts say on p2p or polexdaily or so on. Good luck guy. Tim
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#2605 - 03/06/08 08:43 AM Re: What are HYIP's [Re: Tim]
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Tim,
That is good to hear that you are able to up your claim to the full $7000. We are anxiously awaiting to hear the results. If you could give us a date of when the court action is to take place, that would be great. Thanks

Lita
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#3093 - 11/14/10 06:26 PM Re: What are HYIP's [Re: Lita]
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Hyips are dead. None still playing it....
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#3094 - 12/29/10 09:01 PM Re: What are HYIP's [Re: Filipe]
Michael45 Administrator Offline
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Sorry to say you're wrong Filipe....... They are still playing them, and the feds are going to move it up a notch very soon.
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#3134 - 08/30/13 02:27 AM Re: What are HYIP's [Re: Lita]
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Registered: 08/30/13
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An overwhelming number of cases suggest that HYIPs are Ponzi schemes,





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