We do not promise everybody 20% interest, just to those who want to take the risk.
Who want to take *what* risk? The risk that you'll decide not to pay them 20% interest?
We are not running a Stock Generation.
What's the difference? Your pitch appears identical to Stock Generation's pitch.
Of course every 'project' offered by us has a different risk, but also a different interest.
In other words, you may or may not pay out on any 'project' based on factors that you won't disclose. What sane person would give money under such terms?
There are also projects, with no risk and fixed payouts.
Sure, as much as you choose to offer them for as long as you let people keep money in them. That sounds a lot like Stock Generation, doesn't it?
We can promise such high rates as we do some investments on our own and also lend some btc.
We speculate with the coins or try to support other projects.
But you don't promise high rates. You make it clear that there's some unspecified risk that the high rates, and even the principal, won't materialize. And you do not make it clear under what conditions principal can be lost. Effectively, you're saying "You might make money, I might keep your money, it's risky. And I won't tell you what determines which of these two things will happen."
Besided this facts, there are many users which like our projects and are satisfied with them.
The same was true of Stock Generation. You've yet to explain how this is different.
JoelKatz please let us/me know, how to proof that this isn't a 'Stock Generation', we're willing to do (nearly) everything.
Explain what the "risk" is precisely and how someone who loses money can tell whether this is because of a legitimate risk that didn't pan out or merely because you decided to keep his money.
All you've said so far is, "You might make a lot of money. Or you might lose money. It's risky. And we won't tell you what the risks are or how we decide whether you make or lose money. It's up to us." Sorry, that's something only a scammer would say.
Your pitch is precisely like this: "Lend me $50 and I'll pay you $10/week. I'll do something with your money that makes money, and I'll share the profits with you. However, it's risky. I might have to stop paying you at some point.." That's just not what an honest business does, because it not only suggests but explicitly allows you to just stop paying because you'd rather keep people's money. You have to say *what* the risk is so that if you do stop paying me, I know it's not just because you decided you'd rather keep my money.
The scam with Stock Generation is not what they did -- with one very minor exception, they kept their promises and did what they said. The scam is the offer itself -- we might or might not pay you based on factors we won't disclose. And that scam offer seems, at least to me, to be your offer. If I'm missing something, please correct me. How is your offer different from the classic SG scam offer?
Please stop being jealous that your chain - letter busted and ours is still running
Feel free to invest in german honesty, if you can´t get rid of your looters at bitcoinmax and the Federal Reserve