People In Profit System (PIPS)


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Nebulous

john boyle said:
I may be missing something, but I cant see what you get for your money?
Promises John, promises.

psst, want to buy a second hand car?


Neb
 
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john boyle

Tumbleweed said:
I thought that was obvious. Nothing.
Im glad its not just me then. What made the OPs friend expect to make a
profit then?
 
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Nebulous

Roger J. P. Jones said:
In message

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

Not so much on uk.legal.
What exactly do you mean by this?

We're rather a sober lot in uk.finance actually. It's one of the least
polluted newsgroups around.

Now thats bound to be the kiss of death for our little haven of tranquility!

Neb
 
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Roger J. P. Jones

In message said:
What exactly do you mean by this?

We're rather a sober lot in uk.finance actually. It's one of the least
polluted newsgroups around.

Now thats bound to be the kiss of death for our little haven of tranquility!

Neb
Well Neb it is like this!

On TV we "CONSTANTLY" in news programs on TV have "WORLD" "FINANCE
"SUPPOSED" EXPERTS"!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Who SPOUT WORDS WQRDS WORDS!!! (They do not themselves understand.)

THEN!!! We get some "Nitwit" from the TV lot pretending they do!!!

Why you ask?

Because "No one knows what is going on!! (Talk about double double
bluffs!!

Why you ask?

Well it is simple Neb they have all kissed bums to get on to TV to
impress "Aunty" or however, so must not let the side down.
 
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Mike

psst, want to buy a second hand car?
I have a rather nice London bridge for sale, if anyone's interested.
Two million quid for a quick sale.

Mike.
 
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Tumbleweed

<snip uppercase bollocks and then Plonk! signing off with>

You are Sir Jean-Paul Turcaud and ICMFP
 
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Nebulous

Frightfully sorry old chap. Didn't mean to intrude. My mistake entirely. I
just didn't spot the green ink in your previous post. The capital letters
were a bit of a giveaway this time though.

I wont disturb the obvious peace of uk legal again.

Neb
 
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tim

Mike said:
I have a rather nice London bridge for sale, if anyone's interested.
Two million quid for a quick sale.
which one are you selling?

tim
 
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GSV Three Minds in a Can

from the wonderful person said:
which one are you selling?
Which one do you want??

=I= can do it for 1.5 million, since I've got an inside track to the
Mayor's office.... 8>.
 
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Mike

which one are you selling?
Which one would you like? I'm sure we can come to a very attractive
arrangement. In fact, I'll offer a second at a 50% discount, so
that's three million for any two bridges of your choice.

Now that should be an irresistible offer to anyone who invests in
PIPS. Please form an orderly queue.

Mike.
 
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Martin Davies

john boyle said:
I may be missing something, but I cant see what you get for your money?
Investment groups aren't illegal.
This looks like an investment group with extremely large claims.
You do have to risk your money however, and usually the members of a small
investment group are known to each other and decide between them what to
invest in and what risks to take.
Large investment groups tend to give poorer returns but less risk.

So when they claim a lot, be wary.



Martin <><
 
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Martin Davies

john boyle said:
OK, please tell me what they are claiming. I can only see that they mark
regular charges. I cants see any bit about profit at all.

To become a PIPS member you click on the Join Now button and make a payment
of US$450, from this payment US$25 is the account setup fee and the
remaining US$425 is a private agreement between you and PIPS to LOAN those
funds to the company for a period of 180 calendar days.

PIPS agree to repay such loan to you with interest as determined by the
program. Repayments and interest are paid only on Business Days, the
Business Days are determined in line with the NYSE calendar.

Repayments are on the basis of the first 54 business days being for the loan
principal and the interest is paid over the remaining business days in the
180 day calendar window.



They are paying interest.

If you look at the Excel file they have, return on investment for a $150 a
month payment is $2.85 a day. Which is $59.85 in the first month. And
increases with monthly payments.

I notice they don't have any details of how the funds have performed in the
past, with dates. So possible that information isn't available yet, and they
are betting on the future.

If you look at many investment companies, they try and show what rate of
growth or return they have had in the past few years to try and get you to
sign up now. Though the past investment isn't a guarantee they can do the
same in the future.



24 month summary, invested $36350 and available to draw out $55070. Sounds
attractive? Its them claiming a lot. Thats why I said be wary.



Martin <><
 
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Paul Robson

24 month summary, invested $36350 and available to draw out $55070. Sounds
attractive? Its them claiming a lot. Thats why I said be wary.
It's either complete bollocks, or they're doing something illegal to get
that sort of return...
 
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Roger J. P. Jones

Joe said:
Context boy, CONTEXT!!!!


Now sit up Jones & pay attention!!!

Joe Lee
Yes Teacher. It is that Sally Miss. She keeps sticking her tongue out at
me when you are not looking Miss. She so gets me so angry Miss.

Miss can I go to the toilet Miss?

Put your hand up when you wish to ask a Question Lee.

Yes Miss Smith but it is urgent, and if I wet my pants everybody will
make fun of me again Miss.
 
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Richard White

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.
LOL ... It 'looks' like a scam!

I looked at their web site, which is full of nice meaningful phrases such as "Trust Account
Debentures" and "Bonus Matrix figures" etc.

Apparently, having tried out their "Simulator", if I were to invest a lump sum of US$425.00 now, I
would in two years achieve a "return on investment" of just US$612,249.83 !!!
Presumably this is less the accumulated servce charges of US$4,800.60.

Also apparently, along the way I will be able to withdraw 10% of my gains in cash: a total of
US$60,983.93.

It isn't clear from their "simulator" how much money I'd be able to regain at the end of the two
years: various figures of US$612,249.83, US$546,464.00 and US$550,325.00 are shown on the bottom
line (as total "ROI", "Plan 90" and "ReInvested" respectively).

This lack of clarity combined with the phenomenal profit predictions give this the impression of
being a scam, even if it isn't.

After all, if this scheme had been around in Robert Maxwell's days, he wouldn't have needed to raid
the Daily Mirror pension fund. Indeed, he wouldn't have needed the Daily Mirror at all!

Think how rich we'll all be, turning US$425 into US$612,249.83 *compounded* every two years.

In fact I've just done that calculation using PIPS's own "simulator". This shows that investing
US$612,249.83 will give me an "ROI" of a mere US$1,370,590,084.82 after a further two years.

This means that by investing just US$425.00 now, I shall in *four* years obtain a "Return on
Investment" totalling US$1,370,590,084.82.

Not enough to fight the Iraq war with, but certainly enough to fund my retirement. Even the 10% I'd
be allowed to withdraw in cash during the four years would come to some US$35,608,276.52.

I could afford to leave the capital in the pot and just live off the income LOL!

If I've made any mistakes in the interpretation of PIPS's data from the simulator and web site, then
I'm open to corrections posted here by a PIPS representative.
 
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Martin Davies

Mike said:
I have a rather nice London bridge for sale, if anyone's interested.
Two million quid for a quick sale.

Mike.
Can you deliver it Thursday to Chorley in Staffordshire? Delivery by 10am on
the day or no deal.

Martin <><
 
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Mike

Can you deliver it Thursday to Chorley in Staffordshire? Delivery by 10am on
the day or no deal.
Yes, of course, no problem at all. Just send the two million to
PayPal account 1234567890987654321 and it's guaranteed to be with you
on time. I need the money up front to pay the dismantlers. I'm sure
you understand.

And at no extra charge, I'll enter you into the Spanish lottery. I'm
sure you'll be hearing from them soon with some excellent news.

Mike.
 

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