* * * THIS OFFER IS NOW CLOSED. = = = = = = = = = = There's currently a growing demand for "paid posters" — people who get paid to help build start-up communities. If you like posting in forums, better get paid
In the Introduction to Philippine Mutual Funds article, you’ve seen what a mutual fund is and what types exist in the Philippines. Here now is a list of mutual fund companies who are members of the Investment Company Association of the Philippines.
If you were a member of the now-closed autosurf program PhoenixSurf (www.phoenixsurf.com), chances are the name "Jonathan Mikula" rings a bell. You're familiar with it primarily because you've seen the name sign most email newsletters and updates from PhoenixSurf. Well, he did so because he
You know 12DailyPro (www.12dailypro.com) is now considered a scam. You also know thousands of investors lost millions in this program. What you don’t know, however, are the actual figures. Read on and be amazed at the statistics and figures related to the 12DailyPro (12DP) scam.
Thomas F. Lennon, the Court-appointed receiver for 12DailyPro (12DP), sent on September 3 an email update to all 12DP members on record. Basically he reiterated that: investors who used credit cards for a credit transaction are not prohibited from initiating a charge back but the
From the Malaysian newspaper The Star: Couple charged with money laundering Wednesday, August 30, 2006 A couple was charged with 41 counts on money laundering involving more than RM26mil at the Session Court here in the first such case investigated by Bank Negara. Bryan John
The Singapore Police has published an update of their investigation of the GINSystem scam. More details in the Closed HYIP: GINSystem thread in the PMT Forum. Question 3: What is the status of the investigation? Answer: Police has prosecuted a director of Ginsystem Inc in
Anyone else who received this mail supposedly from email@example.com? What's interesting is that the reply address is not "firstname.lastname@example.org" but instead "email@example.com" — notice the two f's in phoenixsurff.com. Could this well be just a fake mail, or worse, a phishing email? If you received