People In Profit System (PIPS)


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Mabon Dane

Mike said:
Anyone have anything to say about this scheme? ..

https://pips.pipsinc.com/

I have a frineds who's invested £2k and I reckon he's going to
lose it, he's confident he'll make money.
On entering this web site the security certificate did not match the
web site but I still entered. I noted that the investers are loaning
their money to some venture where interest is promised. The venture
appears to be American and the currency is in dollars. There does not
appear to be any regulator advertised on the web site. I personally
would not put any of my money in this venture.

Mabon Dane
 
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Martin Davies

Anyone have anything to say about this scheme? ..

https://pips.pipsinc.com/

I have a frineds who's invested £2k and I reckon he's going to
lose it, he's confident he'll make money.
On entering this web site the security certificate did not match the
web site but I still entered. I noted that the investers are loaning
their money to some venture where interest is promised. The venture
appears to be American and the currency is in dollars. There does not
appear to be any regulator advertised on the web site. I personally
would not put any of my money in this venture.

Mabon Dane


Get rich schemes that don't require hard work tend to be scams, or rely
rather a lot on chance (such as gambling or some bank investments).

One of my customers is forever trying to get me involved in the same venture
he is in at any time. I can recall several schemes he has been in where he's
been unable to show his income from it, but he never learns.

Martin <><
 
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Mike

Wild guess. Pyramid scheme ; like that Women join hands thing...
Quite.. A "friend" tried to get my wife to put £5k into 'Women
Empowering Women' or the 'happy hearts club' after she had
invested the same (about two years ago). She (read: we) declined,
the friend lost her £5k.
 
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Roger J. P. Jones

In message said:
On entering this web site the security certificate did not match the
web site but I still entered. I noted that the investers are loaning
their money to some venture where interest is promised. The venture
appears to be American and the currency is in dollars. There does not
appear to be any regulator advertised on the web site. I personally
would not put any of my money in this venture.

Mabon Dane
Has your mummy and daddy not told you Dane "not" to swim out of your
depth?
 
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Roger J. P. Jones

Martin said:
On entering this web site the security certificate did not match the
web site but I still entered. I noted that the investers are loaning
their money to some venture where interest is promised. The venture
appears to be American and the currency is in dollars. There does not
appear to be any regulator advertised on the web site. I personally
would not put any of my money in this venture.

Mabon Dane


Get rich schemes that don't require hard work tend to be scams, or rely
rather a lot on chance (such as gambling or some bank investments).

One of my customers is forever trying to get me involved in the same venture
he is in at any time. I can recall several schemes he has been in where he's
been unable to show his income from it, but he never learns.

Martin <><
MY! MY! How grown up and clever you are Martin!

Soon you will find you can produce "SPUNK".
 
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Mike

Mabon Dane said:
On entering this web site the security certificate did not match the
web site but I still entered. I noted that the investers are loaning
their money to some venture where interest is promised. The venture
appears to be American and the currency is in dollars. There does not
appear to be any regulator advertised on the web site. I personally
would not put any of my money in this venture.
A bit more research reveals...

http://www.guardian.co.uk/guardian_jobs_and_money/story/0,,1370962,00.html

This "Bryan Marsden" is a clever scamster. lol.
 
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Roger J. P. Jones

Quite.. A "friend" tried to get my wife to put £5k into 'Women
Empowering Women' or the 'happy hearts club' after she had
invested the same (about two years ago). She (read: we) declined,
the friend lost her £5k.
In my day.

All be it I had to firmly demand the wife to be said>> "To honour and
"obay""

You and your "BIDDY" friends need your bottoms smacked!!! (HARD)

£5K!!!!!!! Who wears the "torturers" in your house????

Yours

Going to "LIVE" horse racing on ITV. - 2.PM

PS Not like some Mike "THICK IN THE HEAD" or? brain dead?
 
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Paul Robson

Quite.. A "friend" tried to get my wife to put £5k into 'Women
Empowering Women' or the 'happy hearts club' after she had
invested the same (about two years ago). She (read: we) declined,
the friend lost her £5k.
Having had a look, it seems to amount to. You give us some money. We can
do what we like with it, take a chunk as management fees and maybe give
you some back. Oh, and we're going to use it for humanitarian aid, honest.

It appears to be an unregulated investment scam.
 
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Joe Lee

Roger J. P. Jones said:
In my day.

All be it I had to firmly demand the wife to be said>> "To honour and
"obay""

You and your "BIDDY" friends need your bottoms smacked!!! (HARD)

£5K!!!!!!! Who wears the "torturers" in your house????


Them do indicate to me the working of a "trousered" mind, boy!!!!!!





Yours

Going to "LIVE" horse racing on ITV. - 2.PM

Preferable to them "DEAD" horse racing eh Rog????

Joe Lee
 
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Martin Davies

Roger J. P. Jones said:
MY! MY! How grown up and clever you are Martin!

Soon you will find you can produce "SPUNK".
Been producing that for a couple of decades now.
Sorry, not interested in letting you have any of mine though.

Martin <><
 
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Roger J. P. Jones

Marshall Rice said:
Perhaps that's why you don't have one any more.
Perhaps that is why we have so many kiddies on the streets and not going
to school?

WHY OLD LADES GET MUGGED SO MUCH THESE DAYS ETC.> ETC.> ETC.!!!!

Yours back to racing on ITV 4 --- "BBC" ALL having a day off!!!!!!

"YES" all ways!! "AND" THEM CHARGE SINGLE OLD LADIES TO HAVE A TV IN
THEM HOME!!!
 
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Paul Robson

A bit more research reveals...

http://www.guardian.co.uk/guardian_jobs_and_money/story/0,,1370962,00.html

This "Bryan Marsden" is a clever scamster. lol.
I never understand why, if these people can guarantee to turn £ 200 into
£ 20,000 in a fortnight, why they (i) don't risk their own money and (ii)
spend so much time flogging it (as opposed to lying on a private yacht,
say).

I find this one quite fascinating. At least with Pyramids there's a kind
of method to it, even if it doesn't work. There is a kind of "logic" that
can pull you in - even if you know it's a pyramid you can "convince
yourself" you can get enough people to make money personally. Not that I'm
defending these scams :)

This seems to amount to "I'll give you lots of money, honest !". Are
people really this stupid ?

The only thing I can see is that it is a Barlow Clowes / Ponzi
construction ; it is made difficult/impossible to withdraw funds, and
interest payments are paid out of incoming funds.

Even then it won't work ; 2% per day is about doubling your money every
month (a little short but near enough).

Bizarro.
 
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Roger J. P. Jones

Joe said:
Them do indicate to me the working of a "trousered" mind, boy!!!!!!
Explain Child!!

If you have something to say. Say it clearly concisely and to the point.
 
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Roger J. P. Jones

Martin said:
Been producing that for a couple of decades now.
Sorry, not interested in letting you have any of mine though.

Martin <><
My!
 
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Roger J. P. Jones

In message
I never understand why, if these people can guarantee to turn £ 200 into
£ 20,000 in a fortnight, why they (i) don't risk their own money and (ii)
spend so much time flogging it (as opposed to lying on a private yacht,
say).

I find this one quite fascinating. At least with Pyramids there's a kind
of method to it, even if it doesn't work. There is a kind of "logic" that
can pull you in - even if you know it's a pyramid you can "convince
yourself" you can get enough people to make money personally. Not that I'm
defending these scams :)

This seems to amount to "I'll give you lots of money, honest !". Are
people really this stupid ?

The only thing I can see is that it is a Barlow Clowes / Ponzi
construction ; it is made difficult/impossible to withdraw funds, and
interest payments are paid out of incoming funds.

Even then it won't work ; 2% per day is about doubling your money every
month (a little short but near enough).

Bizarro.
You will find the kiddies players lot back in uk.finance I believe.

Not so much on uk.legal.

My mum told me 60 years ago:-

"NEVER A BORROWER OR LENDER BE
AND YOU WILL HAVE FRIENDS WHEREVER YOU BE."
 
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