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    Guess Simon didn't appreciate my post on his FB page. I replied to his claiming he was going to become a millionaire in Mind Capital and those who joined him could too or at least earn mid-6 figures in Mind Capital. I replied it was going to be tough to do since the National Securities Market Commission said Mind Capital is committing securities fraud in Spain. Since the company is headquartered in Madrid that wasn't good for them.

    Now I cannot access his FB page. Get the content is not available right now or The link you followed may have expired, or the page may only be visible to an audience you're not in. I know he banned me.

    Guess he doesn't like the truth being told on his FB page.
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    I'll make Simon a deal, if he will give me £5,000 pounds for every site he pimps when he starts, I'll pay him £1,000,000 for everyone one that is evidently a legitimate, operating and paying its bills on time business in 24 months, and I'll take double or nothing on that bet every 12 months thereafter.

    That's my "CAN"T MISS" opportunity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gregg View Post
    I'll make Simon a deal, if he will give me £5,000 pounds for every site he pimps when he starts, I'll pay him £1,000,000 for everyone one that is evidently a legitimate, operating and paying its bills on time business in 24 months, and I'll take double or nothing on that bet every 12 months thereafter.

    That's my "CAN"T MISS" opportunity.
    And because he won't take you up on your bet it proves that all his programs he pimps are Ponzi's.
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    When Ponzi pimps promote a known Ponzi program, they always claim when it collapses that they were duped just like everyone else and they lost money too. Which is all a lie, but that's how they play the game. Every once-in-a-while one comes along and tells the truth and their involvement in the Ponzi. While it is rare, it does happen. In the Mind Capital program the Spanish Regulatory Agency announced that Mind Capital is committing securities fraud, one of their members actually stepped up to the plate and told the truth. Here is what every Ponzi pimp thinks, but won't tell you, and I quote:

    " After seeing the translation posted below and thinking about it today it is clear that Mind Capital is guilty of claim number two, a clear violation. Let me explain, the earnings are paid out individually but they were originally earned collectively. Mind Capital might be guilty of claim number one as well. That one is less clear.

    Do I care? Not a bit.

    Government and licensing agencies are inept and lead to a false sense of security. Just look at the banks in the regulated banking sector, the central banks, and the national debts of governments around the world. They are bankrupt. They are debasing currencies, and they are illiquid. The safety nets are insufficient to save them, they donít have enough funds to make that claim but those safety nets create moral hazards allowing the banks to take on bad policies. The public is again led into a false sense of security. I would rather be told there is risk than be falsely told there is none.

    The regulating and licensing agencies have the intended consequence of protecting the public which they tell to the public, but the hidden unintended outcome is that they extort fees and taxes to raise money for their own pay checks and the second unintended consequence is they are used by licensed businesses to put up barriers of entry to other individuals and limit competition for individuals and companies in the whatever field they oversee. My political view which may not be yours is I would rather do without them. I would instead be more likely to demand the market place prove its own worth, and safety on my own.

    Now Mind Capital might be doing a fine job, and they might be profitable, and successful in what they are doing but we have to face the fact that this government regulating agency might still try to shut them down, and if this regulating agency shuts them down at any point I will blame the loss of earnings on the regulating agency.

    It would be far better for Mind Capital to get out in front of this and prevent this from happening than to play word games that fail and donít even hold up when you look at the plain language and facts. Again those facts pertain to violations created by the agency which again are of a nature that arenít really important to me, but can Mind Capital continue on against the power of an agency if it decides they can not operate unapproved? I doubt it.
    The outcome is only more inevitable the longer they do not address this situation. Can they become approved? Can they become registered? Iíd like to know, even if I fundamentally disagree with those requirements. That is all."


    Here you have him admitting that he doesn't care if they are violating securities laws. All Ponzi's should be legal, and then we have the obligatory the banks are evil, the government is evil and the regulatory agencies are evil because they demand their pound of flesh to feed their coffers as an added bonus to not caring Mind Capital is a Ponzi. At least it is refreshing to have someone tell the truth for once.
    EagleOne
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    Mein Gott.
    Simon could NOT look more like the world's biggest bellend in that photo w the basecap in the car.
    "the owner seems really confident and even promises this one won't be going anywhere"

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    I'm amazed Simon and his ilk seem to just continue with the same obvious gimmicks and the police do nothing!

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