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And we thought Stormpay went down together with 12DailyPro. But no, it is very much alive. Alive, kicking, and still operating despite freezing most of its members’ funds early this year and refusing to distribute it back despite a Terms of Service clause providing for
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First Country Bank (www.firstcountryfinancial.com/fcbank/index.htm), banking arm of First Country Financial Group, is a microfinance bank that focuses on promoting micro-entrepreneurs and helping marginalized members of society. Former DECS Undersecretary Dr. Alejandro Wilfredo Clemente and members of the Bankers' Club (retired top bank executives from BSP,
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Possibly encouraged by the “I am a scammer and this is how I scammed you” letter of the Invex scammer admin, the administrator of autosurf program GCISurf followed suit and shared his own scamming strategy after the program closed down in November 2005.
Why is there an abundance of online scams? Is it really that easy to put up and run these so-called “investment” programs? Or is it because most scammers don’t get prosecuted and are rarely sent to jail? Or is it the investor’s fault? Because although they know