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February 03, 2016, 04:43:20 PM
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DISCLAIMER: Originally posted on MMG Forum: I do not own the article or verify who posted it first, just sharing some important info

Steps from the typical scammers playbook

Step 1) Build Relationships of Trust,Gain the trust of the people, the bigger the audience the more backers you'll have. The more backers you have, the more people will trust you....rinse and repeat until you are a "trusted person" or in this case a "trusted admin".

Step 2) Divert and blame, Create a third party diversion. e.g. We can't operate in the US anymore. e.g. our servers went down and we are having issues. Our processor has frozen our account, and there is nothing we can do. The government where we are is restricting our business.. Make sure the blame is on the third party so the trust is not broken that was gained in Step 1. Its all their (the 3rd party's) fault and we are helpless to do anything. Pick a believable target to blame such as a government, payment processor, technology etc..and transfer all blame to the diversion.

Step 3) Reinvent, Announce that the only way the program can continue is if we start a new company, a new program or restrict operations in certain countries (e.g. we can no longer accept US citizens). We can only operate in a certain country now. This allows the person to take the most of the funds away and reset the books so to speak. Typically this is where the admin or trusted individual says we are starting over better and stronger than ever before so we don't have the same mistakes that happened in Step 2(Divert and Blame).

Step 4) The BIG Take, Because everyone really trusts you as the "trusted person" or "trusted admin" they are able to take a large number of people into a new program. Since the first program was paying on time and so well, they think I am not missing out and I will dump in more money this time. Everyone is super excited and hyped that a new launch is occurring that is supposed to solve all the problems. Everyone is super excited because they missed getting in early last time, so this time they want to go ALL In. Large deposits are then made typically into the new program which the scammer wants and has planned for in "The Big Take"...This is where scammers make the most money. They are willing to go through all the steps 1-3 just to get to this "Big Take" step. It's the big haul. Its where people can really get burned badly. This is where you hear stories where people dumped their life savings or retirement money in and got badly burned.

Step 5) The Disappearing Act, you are all too familiar with what this one is..self explanatory.



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February 03, 2016, 05:43:03 PM
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If i am to be truthful with your stand, your highlighted points are the typical scammers character though real companies also have this character Build Relationships

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February 03, 2016, 05:55:41 PM
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We are surrounded from scammers... Cry

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February 05, 2016, 01:45:41 AM
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the information is so true, i have seen the ups and downs while watching some hyip come n go

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February 05, 2016, 02:59:39 AM
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You are very correct about this because once relationship is built, someone will easily trust them and they will strike.
How do we really escape from them Huh Huh Huh Huh Huh

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February 05, 2016, 04:02:02 AM
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You are very correct about this because once relationship is built, someone will easily trust them and they will strike.
How do we really escape from them Huh Huh Huh Huh Huh

Don't put all eggs in a basket.
Only put in the amount you can afford to lose, no matter how much you trust him/her.
They are not your friends or family, why must we trust them with all our $?

A scam will be a scam.
It won't sustain in long run, cause they can't make $ for you at all, they don't have any business model or investment plans to make money grows.
All they did is use other people's $ to pay other users, so those who earned $ is just from other victims... in short a vicious cycle.
People KNEW, but they just dump their $ in hoping for a miracle.

Maybe I have to give another example for people who can't understand.
It's like- Going down to dirty sewers looking for fresh air.
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