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Personally I find it a lot easier taking the risk with funds into a family business and getting solid 5%pm currently. I have been making 3%pm over last 12 months from my 1st investments into this Php50M Capitalised Company. Then they were offering 4% and now getting 5%.

 

 

 

Bugger this scratch_head.gif - can't help myself saying to 'David_LivinginTalisay' what you are failing to see is that this looks like just another Ponzi scheme - they are keeping possession of your capital by offering you higher rates each month AND trying to get convert your money (as you said elsewhere) into Company "shares". Can't you see that if they are doing this to you then they are probably doing it to others - this is what fuels a Ponzi scheme and ultimately the investors lose their capital and the monthly interest was simply paid from the new investors money. It also looks like, by sharing your adventures, you are touting for "investors" and not attempting to beneficially assist forum members.

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Bugger this - can't help myself saying to 'David_LivinginTalisay' what you are failing to see is that this looks like just another Ponzi scheme - they are keeping possession of your capital by offe

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Personally I find it a lot easier taking the risk with funds into a family business and getting solid 5%pm currently. I have been making 3%pm over last 12 months from my 1st investments into this Php50M Capitalised Company. Then they were offering 4% and now getting 5%.

 

 

 

Bugger this scratch_head.gif - can't help myself saying to 'David_LivinginTalisay' what you are failing to see is that this looks like just another Ponzi scheme - they are keeping possession of your capital by offering you higher rates each month AND trying to get convert your money (as you said elsewhere) into Company "shares". Can't you see that if they are doing this to you then they are probably doing it to others - this is what fuels a Ponzi scheme and ultimately the investors lose their capital and the monthly interest was simply paid from the new investors money. It also looks like, by sharing your adventures, you are touting for "investors" and not attempting to beneficially assist forum members.

 

 

 

 

a family business would never do that?

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Those who are interested in what is really going on in the U.S. Stock Market can listen to a guy on the internet that I listen to and sometimes act on his recomendations. He is an old trader who tells it like it truely is. Pretty sharp old man. www.philsgang.com You can log on to his site and watch/listen to his live radio show as he calls out the Gangsters & Thuggs that run Wall Street and the U.S. Gov. I have made some change listening to him, but even if you're not into stocks, he will enlighten you on where the economy is headed.....or not. He also has a FREE archives section as it will be difficult for someone in Cebu to log onto his site at 3am.

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Those who are interested in what is really going on in the U.S. Stock Market can listen to a guy on the internet that I listen to and sometimes act on his recomendations. He is an old trader who tells it like it truely is. Pretty sharp old man. www.philsgang.com You can log on to his site and watch/listen to his live radio show as he calls out the Gangsters & Thuggs that run Wall Street and the U.S. Gov. I have made some change listening to him, but even if you're not into stocks, he will enlighten you on where the economy is headed.....or not. He also has a FREE archives section as it will be difficult for someone in Cebu to log onto his site at 3am.

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Ken, thanks for that link www.philsgang.com will find time to check it out.

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investing in penny stocks is also great option worth considering

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Why should I invest my money if I can buy something nice for it?

The money you invest will be lost sooner or later anyway.

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