@oportunis Might have taken the scare post to an entirely new level with that last post:
'You do know that you are participating in a scheme and your profits are other peoples investments? Also do you know once this collapses all profit (except initial deposit) u took out will have to be returned to compensate investors that lost in this scheme? The fbi or whoever will gain complaint will make sure of it. So now knowing all this, how can you stil support it?'
Everything in that post is either completely made up and/or complete conjecture. This is why making any investment decisions taking advice from anonymous people on an internet message board should be a crime. I'll check back to update y'all on the status of my investment. Good luck - if you keep reading trash like that quote above, you're gonna really need it!
I suggest that you read first how Ponzi scheme is dealt with by law in your country before saying it's all made up...
I participated in one unknowingly and in my country they froze all company assets, the team behind it was prosecuted and sent to prison only for 6 years but at least something. The remaining funds went then into court and then it was decided who gets what part, all that company owned was sold and sent to compensate investors. I got about 30% back from my total investment the person that introduced me to them got about 200% out but then the court ordered him to return all his profit because it was proven that this in fact wasn't profit but other people's investments. This 'baloon2 is probably over 10 mil. now so if investors combine the international law and regulators will take action.
Why do I think this is a scheme? Simple, because there is no founding team visible, the offshore company is owned by another offshore company and so on... There is no office just a virtual one, there is no regulator that will take action now and ask for a financial license and audit the yearly financial report of the company... They offer packages that lock down your initial investment. They lie about IPO and Warren Buffet and so on...
There is also a moral point of view. If you want to make a profit on behalf of other people and don't care that they lose it, fine, but a moral person would always point out the scam and warn others before investing!
I ask you again, knowing all this how can you continue saying all is fine if it's not. If it smells like a duck, walks like a duck then it's what?