|Is that him or just |
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"Now here is the best thing out there to grow your money !So much for spelling, grammar and syntax. Clearly this is a Ponzi scheme of some sort, all the clues are there, but let's just be terribly superficial and judge the claims by the way they look, not their content.
I Am Embarrased Get To Tell You Again and Again about ProSun
I am sending this to Non-Profits That-WE-Care so much for today!"
The email goes on:
"You are Invited to Join: ProSun-PRI.VATE INVESTMENT PLAN Pri.vate Plan GROUP of Non-Profits,Charities, and Churches),Clearly someone has keyboard issues.
Changing lives together: We Believe in a Better Living Every Day. As a Non-Profit within the Christian Community, the we shares our Resources to Work to Rebuild the American Dream,One Day at a Time!
ProSun: An investment/lender to small businesses of hard asset loans with a certain rate of return and little cha.nce of default. Although various investments (for example, savings accounts or blue chip stocks) meet these requirements), a Treasury bill is the most common example of a risk less investment.
Our low risk investments have a low level of risk. Our Secure Company, Pays 2.15% Compounded every Business Day."
The email give a link to the "Profitable Sunrise" web site that looks like this:
Which I'm sure you'll agree is just horrible.
Included on the site are images such as this:
and claims such as these:
Ask yourself. Would you trust this organisation with your money?
Sometimes you CAN judge a book by its cover, you really can.