They say there is nothing up front, but I have heard that they surprise you with some small admin fees.... Sounds fishy to me...
Has anyone heard anyone being successful? I have found a couple of things that make me question it's credibility. One being one of the folks involved is not exactly an "elite"...
I know nothing of investing. I am being offered a job by a man who claims to be one of two overseers for a new UN Trading Platform. He claims the platform will pay out billions every two weeks and I will work for him in the company he will run using this money. I'm not to tell anyone of his source of income.
I need a job. I'm currently on unemployment. He is not asking me for any money or even to sign anything. I appear to be in a position of pure benefit, but I don't believe him and can't figure out the angle or what the angle will be.
He says the UN is also currently acquiring large quantities of gold to strengthen a gold standard and issue their own currency to try and help stabilize the world economy. he stands to make 600 million commission on the gold tranfer - something like 4 million ounces...
When I remark how much good could be done with the supposed billions he will be receiving every two weeks, he says, yes some of it will be used for humanitarian aid. The number stagger me and when I remark on the financial precariousness of the current global economy, he says that it is of no consequence to the super rich and that is who uses the trading platforms.
I have no money, the only thing I can figure is that he is telling the truth and I'm a fool for not trusting him, or he's lying and I'm being set up as some pawn, and probably still a fool.
All the UN stuff sounds scammy to me. Anyone have any insight that will keep me out of trouble?
The person you're describing sounds delusional and perhaps needs to include someone to help him justify it. The UN program is, as far as anyone can tell, pure broker mythology.
You sound like a reasonable man with good instincts. I would trust them, and go about your business as if none of this ever happened.
So the more I learned about this deal the funnier it got. Has anyone heard if anyone ever closed anything with these guys?
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NO -- Doesn't exist. Stay away.
in PPP bonds are real tough to use, especially because most banks dont want to loan against anything. Really, it all depends on what types of bonds they are.. Venezuelan =NO! Anything besides the best credit backing=NO. Good luck!
Stay away from any kind of investment opportunity utilizing these words "ppp", "trade programs" "platforms" in addition, if they reference government affiliation, this is total nonsence.
I actually know a securities broker who was lured by a fake "investor" who turned out to be a FEDERAL agent and took out this lady with a Felony Charge for Solicitation and wire fraud even though she didn't do anything except provide an opportunity. Some of you in this business my or may not know this lady out of NY. Good friend but you all need to be very careful.
Many of you have skype names, e-mail addressess and alias company names with these names that are inducing solicitation with the word "programs" and "ppp" -- Many of you are just huge bill boards/signs that say "HEY LOOK AT ME, I"M SOLICITING, I DON't HAVE A LICENSE, I DON'T KNOW WHAT I AM DOING, JUST CIRCULATING SOME INFORMATION AND DOCUMENTS BASED ON NO ACTUAL PROOF THAT WHAT I AM TELLING YOU IS REAL" and 80-90% of people on this board are in this category. The likley hood of you all getting in trouble is slim as you all pose no threat but if you all KNOW you have the REAL deal then you really need to keep it to yourself and slowly find a real client and not succumb to desperatism.