August 18, 2012

Online Ponzi scheme scam!

Filed under: pyramid scheme — admin @ 4:25 pm

Just been scammed more like!

Many of these ponzi schemes want you to invest, You are meant to buy positions which cost £10 each these positions mean you earn 2% from them each day  for 60 days or so, On many of the ponzi scheme websites they say that, so it must be true that it is “indefinitely sustainable”

Some ponzi schemes are only sustainable becuase it restarts randomly every-so often, I say randomly but the actual fact is that these restarts happen when the pyramid collapses.
What are restarts? Restarts are when everybody’s positions stop earning even if you have not even got your money back.

So people maybe in profit but many more will wont be, for example i my self joined a ponzi scheme and got a £10 free position (this is a loan though it is not free at all, they dont tell you its a loan to fool you, even if your position matures and you have abit of profit you will still need to invest as the minimum cashout is £5)
With this position i watched as my earning went up 2% each day and after a couple of days i was nearly at £8 but then the restart happened and i was stuck at £8, to make matters even funnier they took away £10 from my balance for the loaned position as well so that meant i had -£2!

Some schemes actually do pay people, however many of these websites have limits on the amounts of people who can cash out so you will have to wake up early in the morning to cash out.

So apprently loads of people are promoting many different ponzi schemes that are on the internet, “you can get 2% of your investment each day with this great scheme” so why would these people be advertising a scam?
Here are some quotes that  you may hear from people promoting the website.


“indefinitely sustainable investment program”

Many forum and blog posting are advertising the schemes to get you to join under their referral links and they will get money for getting referrals, they maybe the lucky ones who are timing their investments at the right time, however noone can perdict when the restarts happen.
Another reason they maybe promoting the website is simply to get referrals and get you to invest so they don’t have to meaning they will get money for nothing!

Joining and investing in a ponzi scheme is really a gamble, and a gamble that only really pays the top investors at the top of the pyramid everybody else just pays for the top investors.


Example of marketing “pyramidal” perfect

Filed under: pyramid scheme — admin @ 9:48 am
Mechanics of systems “pyramid schemes”

Until the 1990s, was predominant a free system, in which every person could increase his affiliate marketing group without any limit.
Today is the most widely used matrix system, where each employee can build a group whose maximum size can be defined contractually. The reason for the change is the increasing number of sellers, which actually constitutes the structural and systemic problem of marketing “pyramid”.
In the limiting case as an n number of customers/vendors at the first level (the vendors chosen by whoever starts the chain) and assuming that every seller reach an n number of vendors/customers spreading the goods (or the transfer of money) ideally, the result is, at any level, a total of vendors/customers.
The example shown demonstrates the unsustainability of this structure, it is therefore illegal in some countries: given n = 6, p = 11 customers/sellers are more of the inhabitants of the United States and p = 13 has been almost doubled the entire world’s population.
The inefficiency of the system the sample in question would make sense, therefore, how large is the profit margin for those who started and how little circles, however, the money to low levels.
In the second analysis are three structural limits:
In a building ideal, be exhausted in a few steps all potential customers: as it is sometimes less consumables specialist (i.e. a particular SOAP, or perceived as such by potential buyers), the offer is likely to outpace demand in short time.
In a building ideal, be exhausted in a few steps all potential marketers: a large number of agents will fail to reach a fraction of earnings that the system theoretically allows.
The ideal construction does not reflect the reality of the average operator: in fact, typically that occurs a few sellers will be able to recruit the best available agents, while only a small part of the latter will place the volumes of goods needed to achieve significant gains. In addition, clients may not always apply to this network of sale for purchasing exclusive products, but not for this irreplaceable.

August 17, 2012

Ponzi scheme!

Filed under: pyramid scheme — admin @ 8:24 pm
The pyramid (or as the Ponzi pyramid) is a form of fraud in which the benefit is not really activity as announced sale, but especially the recruitment of new members. The term “pyramid” identifies the fact that only the initiators of the system (at the Summit) benefit in depriving the members of base.
This system frequently hide behind the words of “multi-level marketing” or “multi-level marketing” (in English multi-level marketing or “MLM”), although fundamental differences exist, allowing some countries to ban then the pyramid that the multi-level sales is permitted (especially France with the status of VDI3).
The pyramid system can be detected by a disproportion between the actual value of a property for sale (“package”) or opacity that surrounds this package, and the money provided by the system of referrals.
Internet has its own versions of pyramid systems, including the famous “MMF” (Make Money Fast) spam.

The geometric progression of an impossible sale pyramid classic: to continue to work, it requires in effect to a number of people more than the world’s population (from level 14, knowing that the tier 1 includes 1 person and in the case where each person recruited 6 others)


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