I have been offered shares in acompany called **** ****** with some fantastic returns promissed.To good to be true or the deal of a lifetime?Any input from you guys would be appreciated. Cheers Stefan
There are some really cute 25 yr old Swedish honeys emailing me --- can't wait until one fies in to see me!
You wouldn't believe it but I won 8 million £ in a free lottery in the UK. Got a text. Just gotta fill out a few forms and Helga and I won't have a thing to worry about.
Decided to Honeymoon in Nigeria.
The Countries Financial Administrator needs a hand getting 45 million $US out of the country.
Only needs my bank account details and I get a quick 10 %
Then just my luck
I get around 30 emails a day from these guys who guarantee the stock they are in is going to rise in price 600 %
so plan is to find the stock code with the most common code ---- often there are 10 different emails alerting me to the one stock--- and put a few $100k that I've got for doing very little into it. My family are set for life.
Life is so so good.
People are so so generous.
The world just keeps getting better.
ALL my friends are getting the same run of luck!
This thread was never going to go well...
There is a simple adage which applies not only to shares and investment products.
Know exactly what it is that you are buying.
One look at their website was enough to convince me, Stephan1, if your friends are 'donating' their money to this scam they probably deserve to lose it. Harsh, but true.