Are You Greedy? Then, You Risk Being A Hack Guru Victim!

Happy Thursday Dinarians,

I did some “BINGE-WATCHING” recently of the TV Show called: “American Greed” – has anyone here watched this show?

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I believe this TV show should be MANDATORY TO WATCH for everyone in our Dinar Community!!! I have talked about how people get ripped off easily, as well as people with new money suffer from SWS” – sudden wealth syndrome

This TV Show really does HIGHLIGHT just how easily people lose their money. And guess what, it could happen to me, it could happen to you!

POST RV will be NO JOKE

Learn as much as you possibly can NOW, TODAY and be better prepared –
BECAUSE YOU CAN BET THE CON ARTISTS (AND Hack Gurus IMO) ARE ALREADY PLANNING ON HOW THEY WILL TAKE YOUR MONEY, AND HAVE YOU THANK THEM FOR IT.

Seriously, watch this TV Series “American Greed” – I watched it via HULU, I believe you can also find it Monday Nights on CNBC.

THINK ABOUT IT –  “POST RV” (after the IQD significantly increases in value), IF YOU ALLOW YOURSELF TO BE SCAMMED BY A HACK GURU, OR ANOTHER CON ARTIST – THERE IS NO “DO-OVER” – YOU LOSE YOUR MONEY, AND YOU ARE BROKE!!!…… PERIOD.

You can’t call the FBI and cry and whine that you were robbed of your Dinar, or $$$ – what in the heck can they do for you at that point?

Sure, the FBI White Collar Crime Division can go after the Hack Guru, or Con Artist who stole your money, and if they catch them, and can make a Legal Case, well, you will be lucky to see that in Court within several years! And guess what, it is EXTREMELY RARE for victims to get MUCH or ANY of their Money back, because the Con Artist has already spent it on a lavish lifestyle, vacations, bling-bling, etc.

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FBI – Common Scams Listed Here – Protect Yourself       ~ Mr. IQD

Sure, there may be some cars, boats and homes the FBI may be able to recover, but these assets will sell at an Auction (maybe a U.S. Marshals Service Auction) for a fraction of their original value.

Just count on that money being GONE WITH THE WIND!!!

You will most likely be told by the FBI Agents, to pretend that your money/assets never existed in the first place – this will help put your mind to ease, supposedly….  

Gee, doesn’t that make you feel much better now? (strong sarcasm intended)

I’ll close with this – remember, you will only get ONE SHOT with this, don’t fall victim to SWS, Hack Guru lies, or other Con Artists.  Do your due-diligence, and if it doesn’t feel “right” go on your gut instinct and pass on that “opportunity”.  

If they pressure you to “do it now, or lose it” (a classic “fear of loss is much greater than the chance for gain” sales tactic) then tell them: “if it is really that good, then it will be that much better tomorrow!” and walk away, sleep on it, hire a Professional to investigate that person’s claim about the “investment’s” authenticity.  

You know, if someone is asking you to “invest” in their “good secret deal” with your Thousands to even Millions of U.S. Dollars – spend a few hundred dollars FIRST and hire a local, independent Private Investigation firm to do a background check!  

~ Mr. IQD

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The Top 10 Investing SCAMS – What to watch out for!!!

HAT TIP:  Ric Edelman Financial (Education / Financial Basics)


Hello Dinarian Friends,

Well, we certainly have been busy digging up articles to help teach you how to better protect yourself and your family from having this RV blessing scammed away from you by some Hack Guru or other Con Artist that have been poaching from our community!

We wanted to share this with you if you have not heard about Ric Edelman.  Disclaimer, no, none of us currently have anything invested with Ric or his Company of Financial Advisors, nor do we earn any kind of referral commissions.  You are more than welcome to Google Ric Edelman directly. 


Top 10 Scams of 2009

Despite efforts to curb fraud and consumer rip-offs, con artists continue to demonstrate their ingenuity. In 2009, swindlers took advantage of the economy’s problems (including unemployment, government stimulus spending and the housing crisis) and headlines about swine flu to lure victims, according to the Better Business Bureau.

Here are the most common scams, according to the BBB’s list (in random order):

1. Stimulus/Government Grant Scams (very popular now!).
Even before President Obama announced the stimulus plan in February 2009, scammers had set up schemes for misleading consumers and small business owners into thinking they could get free government handouts. Offers for worthless advice on how to get government grants bombarded consumers online, over the phone, and via mail and email.

2. Robocalls.
Owning a cell phone or joining the Do Not Call Registry did not help thousands of people who received harassing automated telemarketing calls anyway. Automated messages often falsely claim that your auto warranty is about to expire or offer bogus help in reducing credit card interest rates. Such “robocalls” violate federal telemarketing laws, prompting the Federal Trade Commission to increase restrictions in 2009.

3. Lottery/Sweepstakes Scam.
The victim receives a Continue reading