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    Re: Banners Broker HYIP ponzi scam

    how many times has he 'quit' this board now? lmao. wacky scammers always come back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marsh56 View Post
    @Ribshaw: love your sarcasm. Hope it serves you well.
    It does. I was going to put together an instructional pamphlet to help others enjoy the darkness, sadly I hate to write.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marsh56 View Post

    Regarding Dillard (off topic but LRM opened the door--yet again), I COULD care less how you all feel. Again, apparently, the word "redemption" is not in your collective vocabulary.
    Dillard is a scumbag, short of making his victims whole and dedicating the rest of his life to being less of a douche there is no redemption. Suppose his new Porsche will be powered with vinegar and water?

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    How sad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whip View Post
    how many times has he 'quit' this board now? lmao. wacky scammers always come back.
    I think he's hanging out for a full refund of his membership fees and the removal of the clause in his membership agreement under which he is forced to read the forum every day, post at least once a week and agree with everything posters say.

    Either that, or he likes riding around the internet picking fights with people who really don't give a damn whether he posts or not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by littleroundman View Post
    I think he's hanging out for a full refund of his membership fees and the removal of the clause in his membership agreement under which he is forced to read the forum every day, post at least once a week and agree with everything posters say.

    Either that, or he likes riding around the internet picking fights with people who really don't give a damn whether he posts or not.
    I agree with the Dillard comments, but can we all stop arguing over pointless issues. I just popped in for an update and spent ten minutes reading a playground argument.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mundorf View Post
    If you think BB voodoo zombies on BB Facebook page are dead then you are badly wrong.Well,I red there lot of crap but this one is on the top - "..... WHEN the Universe has had it's day with the fools and their followers that HAD to claim back their deposits, and when IT has put BB is back on track (maybe after a massive court case - PROVING that it was not and IS not a ponzi - ABSOLUTELY NO referring was needed to earn), we can all celebrate. You've Just Got To Believe..... Imagine the messy databases that have to be cleaned up to have this happen - see it happening and believe it and it IS happening. Also, Curse the Trolls to POVERTY, we can all do this! Let their shallow souls wallow in the MISERY like they spread to other good people like BB affiliates.... well, maybe just for a year or two! DRIVE ON 2015 BB." ... hallelujah
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Roklin View Post
    I look and post in a number of forums and am able to share my opinion without the Admin jumping on every post adding nothing to the discussion such as LRM does in this forum. When you prove LRM wrong he calls it irrelevant nonsense and changes the topic. He must have the last word and he is never wrong. And you are right, his attitude drives a lot of people away from what should be an informative forum for those doing due diligence on potential home businesses.
    And that even if it is 100% true has nothing to do with BB. So if you have a problem with it start a thread in whatever forum ther is for complaining and Ill be happy to agree with you. Otherwise take it to PM. But do not post it here please. I should not even post this but I will because I have seen several tit fot tat posts which have nothing to do with discussing BB.

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    Re: Banners Broker HYIP ponzi scam

    Since Mark keeps ranting and raving in this thread, I thought it would be a good idea to respond to his comments in the "Ranting, Raving, and other Ridiculous Diatribes" forum.

    http://www.realscam.com/f22/gangstas...html#post82227

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    Quote Originally Posted by littleroundman View Post
    Given the fact Dillard is continuing on his merry way cheating and lying, he definitely hasn't been saved from error or evil and he DEFINITELY hasn't cleared the debt he incurred with all the victims of the fraud for which he was charged and convicted.

    As to whether he regained possession of something at a pawn broker, I have no idea.
    I would have thought his cool $50 Mil could have covered some of that...

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    Quote Originally Posted by littleroundman View Post
    Ordinarily I would agree with you, NikSam.

    But, this isn't about "Canada" it's about the recurring pattern of behaviour in which Ken has engaged since he joined.

    Pick some inconsequential minor detail with no bearing on the subject under discussion and turn it into a full blown argument

    This is a forum in which people are encouraged to express their opinion, not a court where every "T" needs crossing and every "I" needs dotting.
    Maybe I'm wrong but I got the distinct impression that this IS about Canada and that you LRM in particular kept pushing that button.
    Now I have posted several PMs/complaints to different people asking them to avoid ad hominem and asking for off topic personal spats to be avoid so as not to cause a train wreck.
    But im happy to admit Im wrong if I am . Im tempted to look back where this begun on THIS occasion.
    actually that is what Im going to do now.

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    In http://www.realscam.com/f8/banners-b...html#post80914

    Ken replied to Eagleones assertion that Canadian Criminal authorities might not act
    I relplied to Ken saying the liquidator was not committal but it was a bit like Holocaust denial saying BB was not a ponzi
    Then LRM responded to me with a suggestion about CANADA and the tit for tat between Ken and LRM began there.

    Im not into "You started it you invaded Poland" ( cf Fawlty towers The Germans) type issues but this clearly began with assertions about Canada not acting on BB.
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    Since I have now been thrust into the center of this back and forth as being the originator of bashing Canada, I'm adding my 2 cents. To me it is all about the Canadian Authorities in the BB case.

    They have known about BB since August of 2012. Not last year, nor late 2013, but since August of 2012. The Authorities were provided constant updates of information about BB since then, and from numerous other sources starting in the fall of 2013. And here we are today almost 2.5 years later and still nothing has been done about BB or the people behind it by the Canadians. I think it is only fair that one ask why they haven't acted? It sure isn't for lack of information and documentation about BB being a Ponzi.

    In the P2P case, the Canadian Authorities were told about Nick and his Ponzi from the spring of 2009, more than sixteen months before he fled and charges were filed. What was frustrating about Nick was there were victims from the Province from which he operated, which is a requirement for the Province to act. More on this in a moment.

    Then we had Warren English who not only was a major promoter of Ponzi's/Scams, but also was running several of them operating out of LaVal, Canada. What was interesting about Warren English is that he had two previous Cease and Desist Orders from a different Province, of which he was doing what he had been prohibited to do in those two Cease and Desist orders from LaVal. It took 2.5 years of providing continuous information before the AMF was able to bring charges against him, and now he is finally going before the court next month to face his charges.

    One of the problems in Canada is that they do not have an SEC like the U.S. does. Each Province has its own securities rules and regulations. While they are now uniform, unless there are victims in the Province where the Ponzi/Scam is being run, the authorities cannot do anything. It is what we encountered with Warren English. He was violating his Cease and Desist Orders in a different Province than the one who had issued the Cease and Desist Orders. Finally there were victims in Quebec Province, and the AMF was able to act.

    It has been mentioned that the U.S, payment processors Solid Gold and eBullion took in money for Ponzi's/Scams just like the payment processors in Canada. What is different is that both of them were shut down by the U.S. authorities. Not true in Canada. They are still operating and providing services to Ponzi's/Scams worldwide.

    There are far more Ponzi's/Scams that fold in Canada before the authorities ever take any action. But for the major Ponzi's that are being run out of Canada, and there have been many, the authorities have been slow to act or just flat out haven't acted (many were run by Warren English). Two major ones that took the Canadians forever to take action were Pigeon King International and IFFL.

    So to me, Canada is lax in taking action against BB and for allowing the Canadian payment processors to operate without regulatory oversight. Does it make them worse than other countries? Not entirely, but it sure doesn't make them better than other countries either. They have dropped the ball big-time in the BB case.
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    Re: Banners Broker HYIP ponzi scam

    Would also add , if canada acted when it had to, BB would never happened (not with BB Canada's Dixit in connection with past ICF scam).
    Would also add if canada (quebec) acted on Firoz Patel's money laundering networks on alerts (and court cases) from US authorities, Canada would not be a major cybercrime money laundering country.
    Would also add in my personal contacts with Canadian law enforcements on cybercrime, you will get a feeling it is welcomed there.
    (the complete identities of HYIP admins, together with documented evidence been always ignored)
    Not saying it is worse country, there are definitely worse ones, but it has a powerful banking hub which is exploited by scammers and not taken care of.
    Has all the required laws in place , just morons who would not move a finger to enforce them.
    Again there are definitely worse countries, like Ukraine, but from Canada you would expect something more.
    Last edited by NikSam; 02-25-2015 at 02:45 AM.

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    Re: Banners Broker HYIP ponzi scam

    I'm not sure if anyone has posted this before, but these are the latest comments (as far as I am aware) on the official BB FB page:-

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    Left January 2015. No further comment from me is necessary.

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    hate to say it but since you are going to rely on the scammers giving you 'news' instead of searching the interwebs for the real answers, you deserve to loose everything. especially since it hasn't paid anything in 3 years.
    Haven't lost any money to online scams.......results are typical.

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    Apologies if you have seen this - just found it on the official BB FB page.....you've got to wonder at some people........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Della Cate View Post
    Apologies if you have seen this - just found it on the official BB FB page.....you've got to wonder at some people........
    Go out and get yourself the top five best selling titles from the "positive thinking" section of your local bookstore and read them and you'll begin to understand the mindset these people have been lead in to by the self appointed gurus who wrote them
    The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing

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    Re: Banners Broker HYIP ponzi scam

    Here's an example of what I mean.

    As you travel around the world of HYIP ponzis and get-rich-quick schemes, you'll doubtless come across this famous quote by Winston Churchill:




    A perfectly valid statement if used in the right circumstances.

    The first point that needs to be made is:



    What Churchill definitely DIDN'T suggest is that people join ponzi schemes that offer an outrageous amount for clicking on adverts then "Never, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, give in. Never give in. Never give in. Never give in" and admit you've been robbed and that a ROI anywhere near 1% a day is an impossibility.
    The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing

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    Re: Banners Broker HYIP ponzi scam

    I've joined this forum too recently to know enough about Banners Broker and MAPS, but I get the impression they are both the same thing?

    In this case, why is MAPS considered logic and why on earth would people still join it seeing what happened to BB?

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    Quote Originally Posted by littleroundman View Post
    Go out and get yourself the top five best selling titles from the "positive thinking" section of your local bookstore and read them and you'll begin to understand the mindset these people have been lead in to by the self appointed gurus who wrote them
    Yes, I've seen several of them banging on about "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" and "Think and Grow Rich" and "The Master Key System". They are what a young relative of mine calls "woo".

    I have seen new-agey type books and I am aware of all this stuff about visualisation and the law of attraction. I think it's a load of rubbish. But I can quite see that for people who are looking for something, it can seem very attractive. For people who do not have a strong existing belief system, I suppose it can give them something to hold onto. Especially if for whatever reason life has disappointed them, and they think they deserve more.

    Doesn't stop it being "woo" though.

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    The Banners Broker website is gone!



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    Quote Originally Posted by HARRISON View Post
    The Banners Broker website is gone!



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    Probably just adding another payment option.

    Maybe Little Jamie Waters, Iain Sherriff, Mark Ghobril Roland Millward, Or Mark Stokes can shed any light on this?

    If Simon Stepsys or Mark Ghobril are involved it's 100% a SCAM!

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    You'd have thought by now that Iain slimeball Sheriff would have had enough of 'brokers'? Wrong!


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    Quote Originally Posted by HARRISON View Post
    You'd have thought by now that Iain slimeball Sheriff would have had enough of 'brokers'? Wrong!


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    pfft. he's always looking for ways to make other people 'broker'.
    Haven't lost any money to online scams.......results are typical.

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    Hope springs eternal.....the site may have gone but the FB page has not; and some people are STILL hoping....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Della Cate View Post
    Hope springs eternal.....the site may have gone but the FB page has not; and some people are STILL hoping....

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    I saw that to Della. What made me laugh was that he hasn't been able to login since August last year and has only just noticed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by littleroundman View Post
    Here's an example of what I mean.

    As you travel around the world of HYIP ponzis and get-rich-quick schemes, you'll doubtless come across this famous quote by Winston Churchill:




    A perfectly valid statement if used in the right circumstances.

    The first point that needs to be made is:



    What Churchill definitely DIDN'T suggest is that people join ponzi schemes that offer an outrageous amount for clicking on adverts then "Never, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, give in. Never give in. Never give in. Never give in" and admit you've been robbed and that a ROI anywhere near 1% a day is an impossibility.
    Did some Admin delete or move my replies to this because I cant seem to find it? The ones that referred to "cultural scripts"; the problems of using icons like churchill as if they were always the good guy ( when he oversaw the likes of bombing Dresden and gassing the Kurds in Iraq) ; the tendency of HYIP promoters to latch onto cultural icons like Churchill but not actually supply any actual facts; the appeal to a moral authority while they totally lack any moral authority and the icons they use can be similarly critiqued etc.

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