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  1. #1
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    The Legis Fund by Mazu?

    If you are not fully aware of The Legisi Fund, or simply not yet taking advantage of it, we strongly recommend you click on the link below to discover what thousands already have. Learn more about the most lucrative Mazu.com partnership of all time at http://www.mazu.com/legisicustomers.php.

    At first glance looks just like another one of those computer scripts/HYIP programs

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    Re: The Legis Fund by Mazu?

    this was their response when I asked for more info


    Original Message -----
    From: Admin
    To: paul
    Sent: Thursday, May 11, 2006 7:31 AM
    Subject: Re: hello


    That is none of your concern, Paul. Legisi is not an investment company.
    A member loans their funds to us and chooses repayment options. I do
    any and all investing.

    Suffice it to say that you have found a real program doing real investing
    and paying it's members on time every time with real earnings, not new member's
    money like the Ponzi schemes.

    If that just isn't good enough for you, then please do not deposit to Legisi.

    Greg
    ----- Original Message -----
    From: paul
    To: Greg@Legisi.com
    Sent: Thursday, May 11, 2006 8:37 AM
    Subject: hello


    Currently, our funds are at work in the very lucrative FOREX (Foreign Exchange) and COMEX (Commodities Exchange) arenas with a small amount in the Stock Market. Profits from these investments as well as Internet Marketing and Arbitrage Trading activities are used to enhance our program(s) and increase stability for the long term.

    what percent of your funds are at work in each of the above mentioned. Your site , at first glance. looks just like all the other HYIP/computer scripts that come and go?



    thx

    Paul

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    Re: The Legis Fund by Mazu?

    Lol, what bull****...
    Funny they even bothered to reply!

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    Re: The Legis Fund by Mazu?

    Cigs, Have you found anything in this arena that is legitimate? I like the idea of high interest much better than anything else home based?
    Just trying to weed through the muck of internet scams trying to keep from being taken myself. I left you my email in my private message to you.

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    Re: The Legis Fund by Mazu?

    I have thought about joining Legisi before they close membership but would like to hear from someone that has joined before I make a commitment. Does anyone know someone that has joined Legisi?

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    Re: The Legis Fund by Mazu?

    I did join Legisi in October and have had excellent results, getting paid. I also spent a good bit in other programs just learning what HYIPs are about. I read in many places that 99% are scams and I beleive that to be true.
    No matter where you put money, its best to not compound and get your seed money back first, then you can compound. Be carefull and only invest what you can afford to do without.
    You will probably see replies to this saying I am crazy or whatever. Its no crazier than going to a casino. At least you have some control of your money here too. I encourage you to read the forums especially posts from senior mods. Learn all you can 1st.
    Regarding Greg with Legisi. I think he is one of the few honest admins. I rarely see any negativity about him.

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    Re: The Legis Fund by Mazu?

    Becoming a new member to the forum today, I see this thread ended around Thanksgiving. Anything new-er about the Legisi program? Before funding it, I would like to hear more feed-back about them and what's been happening since this thread ended.

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    Re: The Legis Fund by Mazu?

    It is never prudent to "fund" HYIP scams. But it is completely stupid to "fund" them half a year after inception since they all start to have "problems" around this time.

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    Re: The Legis Fund by Mazu?

    I appreciate your response. I'm entirely new to all this and have set out to try and find the 'scamming' part of Legisi. My skepticism is high on this, but to be honest, you just don't find enough negativity regarding Legisi (who claims to NOT be a HYIP). If they are a HYIP, then the negative reports are sure being 'hushed' because NOBODY (that I can find) who has bought into the program and got scammed by them has reported it anywhere.

    Again, I'm not the brightest star in the sky when it comes to this sort of stuff, but if anybody can lead me to the dirt-truth about Legisi's scamming methods (from those who got scammed by them), then that's what I'm all about. Blame it on my ignorance, okay...but where can I get those truthful reports from? Surely, those scammed victims would speak out (SOMEWHERE) wouldn't we think?

    Even this forum seems to offer more positive input than the negative about them. I just want to get some 'eureka!' out of all this hype about Legisi....that's all. :confused: :confused:

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    Re: The Legis Fund by Mazu?

    The truth is very simple. All HYIPs are scam. I repeat, there are no legitimate HYIPs. They are all ponzies created (rather cheep) to sucker your money.

    Some HYIPs do pay initially. Its not because they are legitimate. They need initial flood of suckers who would post all over Internet inviting everybody to join. But as soon as money out flow is greater money in flow HYIPs stop payouts. This is 100% proof formula.

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    Re: The Legis Fund by Mazu?

    Quote Originally Posted by cigs645
    If you are not fully aware of The Legisi Fund, or simply not yet taking advantage of it, we strongly recommend you click on the link below to discover what thousands already have. Learn more about the most lucrative Mazu.com partnership of all time at http://www.mazu.com/legisicustomers.php.

    At first glance looks just like another one of those computer scripts/HYIP programs

    Mazu = Ponzi not before you pay Mazu whatever fee. Mazu's product is the people they sign up. Got involved and paid them $350 for their Dxgold gold deal. Made money, but others got stuck so I could get paid

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    Re: The Legis Fund by Mazu?

    This just keeps getting more and more confusing (to me). As a newbie in this whole subject re: Legisi, maybe I'm not versed well enough to decipher all this lingo. I take it Ponzi is a scam. I understand that HYIP's are 99% scams.

    What I don't understand is how Cigs re-quote seems to standby the Legesi fund, whereas his response jumps to the DXgold-thing (a completely different Mazu program)after saying "Mazu = Ponzi". For a newcomer, this just twisted my old feeble brain into a complete dischord!

    Whereas Boris (right out of the gate) states that Legisi is a HYIP (period). My question is; is this just argumentive...a difference in opinion between 2 Senior Members?

    Again, if people are being scammed with Legisi....where are the reports? Surely folks losing money to the highly touted Legisi would be registering their reports of being scammed. Where are they?

    Thanx for your patience here...but I need more hand-feeding on this Legisi-thing than the off-the-top, well versed, experienced and highly intellectual responses as you provide. It's like a first-grader (me) just learning to add and subtract where Algebraic formulas are being slammed at me in rapid-fire.

    Accept my ignorance, please! :eek:

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    Re: The Legis Fund by Mazu?

    At first glance, I don't see how this program is any different from 12DailyPro or any of the other programs like it that offered obscene profits in a short timeframe. It will most likely survive for awhile and be shut down just like the others were.

    But I don't see any upfront costs other than an initial "investment" of $250, which (if compounded) could be recouped in a period of 6 months time at 12.5% interest per month. Will it last another 6 months? That's anyone's guess. For these kinds of interest payments, the program most certainly does require new recruitments to survive.

    Unless I'm missing something obvious...

  14. #14

    Re: The Legis Fund by Mazu?

    I lost 20K in Legisi
    unable to login, no response on emails, they hung up the phone on me several times
    I am gonna file a complaint with the Michigan authorities
    Mazu is the man behind the legisi scam
    Last edited by fata-morgana; 07-14-2007 at 02:40 AM.

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    Re: The Legis Fund by Mazu?

    Keep us posted on your complaint. Mazu has been around for some time

    Matt is a real BS artist. Is he now operating out of Michigan? I believe he was in the northwest last time I bought some overpriced marketing material for him in 2002.

    He was also pushing Mannatech. a company under investigation by the Texas AG.

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    Re: The Legis Fund by Mazu?

    one of the definitons of forex is now ponzi.
    they all say, no, no, this is not ponzi (stamps), this is new, different (forex).
    i agree with all above who say, there is no legit HYIP, all are scams.

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