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    cito Guest

    Hyipinvestment.com and Hyipdiscussion.com SCAMS USING ADSENSE!!

    It is time to get cancelled the adsense account of the hyipivestment.com and hyipdiscussion.com for promoting scams to people. They make money by referring sheeps to ponzi scams and they have adsense! If you really hate scams the owner of this site "RAINIER" is a scammer and a low life. They even ban people from their forum that tried to warn people about the ponzies ran on his sites.

    If you really hate ponzi scams where millions of people every year lose a ton of money, go to those sites and click on "ads by google" right on top of the ads and contact google adsense. Tell all about this guy this scammer!
    Last edited by cito; 12-05-2005 at 11:54 PM.

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    cito Guest

    Re: Hyipinvestment.com and Hyipdiscussion.com SCAMS USING ADSENSE!!

    The more complaints you send to adsense the better. I even sent a very long tip to the fbi. Will go to godaddy.com now.

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    cito Guest

    Re: Hyipinvestment.com and Hyipdiscussion.com SCAMS USING ADSENSE!!

    I have received a ton of email from disgruntled people that have been scammed because of these 2 sites. I received questions about how to exactly report them to google. Please just click on the top of the adsense ads "ads by google" on those sites and follow instructions to contact adsense.

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    cito Guest

    Re: Hyipinvestment.com and Hyipdiscussion.com SCAMS USING ADSENSE!!

    Keep it up! We are almost there!

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    Re: Hyipinvestment.com and Hyipdiscussion.com SCAM

    Quote Originally Posted by cito View Post
    Keep it up! We are almost there!
    Hi Folks ,

    They are still alive and using adsense!

    Please, read the excerpt from Scam Review below:

    All HYIPs are total scams.High Yield Investment Programs (HYIPs) are good examples of a classic get rich quick scheme / scam. HYIPs are a type of Ponzi scheme, which is basically a scam where new investors, or members, are paid off with previous investors money. A good Ponzi scheme can keep the scam going for a while as new money is always pouring in, but eventually it collapses because these systems are unsustainable.

    Like any good Ponzi Scheme, HYIPs can catch fire quickly. Say investor One invests $2000 and a week later is given the promised 20% return of $200. Impressed, the investor not only adds more of his/her own money, but they tell some friends about it. It's easy to see how money can be accumulated in a short time, and how at the start some money will be paid out, but eventually the well dries up and investors are left with nothing.

    It should more evident now than ever in these turbulant economic times that any sort of investment program guaranteeing double digit returns is rotten. If so many on Wallstreet and other esteemed investors are struggling to just stay above even, how can these HYIP programs not only guarantee a positive return, but an impressive positive return?

    HYIP Websites

    There are literally thousands of HYIP websites. I'm guessing they are constantly shutting down, moving, or popping up under new names. Plus, I suspect, a handful of individuals are responsible for numerous (if not hundreds) of websites or "fronts".

    Here's a standard HYIP website:

    When you review,it has many common elements found in a HYIP website. They try hard to legitimize themselves by throwing around a lot of financial jargon. While it may sound impressive to a vulnerable person, it is ultimately useless and totally irrelevant. Here's a sentence taken from our friends at "PanaMoney Inc."

    "Managed Forex Trading with PanaMoney Technologies, Inc.
    Nowadays it is getting harder and harder to find secure and profitable sources for investing. "

    HYIP Reviews and Ranking Sites

    HYIP review sites take the scam one step further. They represent themselves as objective third parties providing customers reviews or personal experiences for various HYIPs. So, a person interested but wary of HYIPs stumbles onto one of these review sites and sees that while many of the HYIP sites are indeed scams, a handful are legitimate. These HYIP review sites, in my opinion, exist solely to aid in the taking of people's money.

    It's true, similar marketing techniques are used in many different industries, but there's a key difference. The amount of effort that goes into fooling people still surprises me, and I've been in the game for a while! Some examples of these HYIP Review sites are:


    The Final Say On HYIP Programs
    HYIP's are fraudulant. Please, avoid them completely. If everybody did, these scammers would be out of jobs.

    So be warned now. Beware of all !

    All the best,

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