Don't Let Them Take Your Money and Run!

Written by Denise Hall

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Holdrepparttar boat! Why on earth would people use their website contact-type e-mail addresses for their investment program? It looked likerepparttar 116919 website owner bought or harvested e-mail addresses to use as his "client" list.

A lot ofrepparttar 116920 addresses were forrepparttar 116921 same domain, but with a different "name" - i.e. admin@business, contact@business, help@business, etc. And many ofrepparttar 116922 addresses listed were autoresponders to subscribe to newsletters or receive other information.

Here a few e-mail addresses that I got a real kick out of: someone@nowhere comments@scambusters abuse@verisign

Butrepparttar 116923 absolute *best* one is .... (drum roll please) .....


Now, what should I do with that one? You guessed it! I'm sending them a copy of this article. I wonder what they'll think when they see that they supposedly invested in this program? What I really wonder is how fast they'll get it shut down so people don't lose money to such scam artists.

In all fairness, I looked atrepparttar 116924 contact information atrepparttar 116925 website. Here's what it says:

"Unlike many 'businesses' onrepparttar 116926 internet, we do not 'hide' behind our website. You are free to contact us at any time, evenrepparttar 116927 CEO if need be. Allrepparttar 116928 information is listed below, or use our Live Help chat onrepparttar 116929 left."

Unfortunately,repparttar 116930 live chat was "temporarily down" so, of course, I e-mailedrepparttar 116931 CEO with several questions and I'm waiting for a reply. (But I do find it strange that his contact address is a hotmail account.)

Atrepparttar 116932 time of this writing, I checkedrepparttar 116933 list of "clients" again. They've updated it andrepparttar 116934 e-mail addresses I saw 2 days ago are no longer there. Neither arerepparttar 116935 domain names for those that have taken their place. And most ofrepparttar 116936 addresses now appear to be personal addresses, not those of business websites.

They've also posted this message:

"Sorry, but we had to removerepparttar 116937 ending ofrepparttar 116938 email address because we received a ton of complaints about someone spamming our investors"

I wonder if that'srepparttar 116939 *real* reason. My guess is that at least one ofrepparttar 116940 people I wrote to contacted them, probably threatened legal action, andrepparttar 116941 website owner bought a new list of e-mail addresses to post as his "clients."

But wait! There's more! I decided to checkrepparttar 116942 domain registration information at And *that* gave me yet another clue that something might be rotten in Denmark.

The website name,, was registered on April 19, 2004 - a mere 10 days before I discoveredrepparttar 116943 website and 12 days before I wrote this article. And yetrepparttar 116944 company claims to have been in business since 1998!

The datesrepparttar 116945 "clients" supposedly earned huge returns on their investments were from April 9th through 16threpparttar 116946 first time I visitedrepparttar 116947 site. Today's update shows profits for April 17th through 23rd.

So, unlessrepparttar 116948 owner changedrepparttar 116949 name of his company and/or registeredrepparttar 116950 new name with a different domain registrar, his "clients" made money *before* he even had his website!

Granted, he could have had his business offline until recently. Butrepparttar 116951 copyright atrepparttar 116952 bottom ofrepparttar 116953 site says "2001-2004" which indicates that he's hadrepparttar 116954 website since 2001.

Alas! A scammer's work is never done! They'll always find a new scam to run and con as many people as they can. They have no integrity and they don't care who they rip off.

Always do your homework before investing in any income opportunity. Don't let yourself get caught up inrepparttar 116955 bogus "get rich quick" aspects that can sound so good. You don't want to learnrepparttar 116956 hard way that they aren't what they claim to be.

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A 5 Minute Guide To Sports Arbitrage The New Internet Loophole That Can Make You Money

Written by Tukshad Engineer

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How To Start Earning From Sports Arbitrage Now we have a firm understanding of how arbitrage works and what causes them we're going to see how best to spot them, and how to organise your time for maximum efficiency. As an arbitrage trader it's vital that you construct a daily checklist of events that you wish to investigate. It's very handy to buy a diary specifically for your arbitrage trades and jot downrepparttar specific events you'll be hunting for arbitrages in. Make this a routine - for instance, perhaps on a particular Saturday you want to checkrepparttar 116918 English football Premiership fixtures,repparttar 116919 tennis fixtures andrepparttar 116920 one day cricket series between India and England. Do not randomly hunt for arbitrage opportunities without a system firmly in place. Now that you've identifiedrepparttar 116921 list of events you're going to attack today, what do you do next? Let's start withrepparttar 116922 tennis fixtures between player A & player B inrepparttar 116923 below example. We will see how to go about organising ourselves to see if an arbitrage opportunity exists: Example You find out thatrepparttar 116924 odds for Player A are as below: Player A To Win W.Hill 2/5 Ladbrokes 2/6 Eurobet 2/7 Scandibet 2/7 VC 2/6 And for player B Player B To Win W.Hill 2/1 Ladbrokes 5/2 Eurobet 3/1 Scandibet 5/2 VC 2/1 Here it's obvious thatrepparttar 116925 best 2 prices are 2/9 for player A (W.Hill) and 3/1 for player B (Eurobet). Does an arbitrage opportunity exist here? Yes: To return a total of say 1000 on player A with W.Hill we need to invest (2/5+1 = 1.4...then 1000/1.4) 714.28 To return a total of 1000 on player B with Eurobet we need to invest (3/1+1 = 4...then 1000/4) 250 Our total investment to return 1000 whichever player wins is just 964. This is a clear arbitrage opportunity and you would then place 714.28 with W.Hill on player A and a further 250 with Eurobet on player B. Atrepparttar 116926 end ofrepparttar 116927 match you will pickup a certain profit of 35.72 - finding just 3 arbitrage opportunities a day of this kind (very achievable) will give you a daily profit of 107.16 - and a tax free monthly income of over 3000. The traditional way to approach sports arbitrage trading is to have a daily list of sporting events and work through them one by one. If you take this systematic approach with each sporting event you have on your checklist your chances of finding an arbitrage are very good. If you would like to learn more, you can discover a step to step guide of arbitrage trading and a list of daily arbitrage opportunities at - for more free education you can also try which goes into sports arbitrage methods in more detail. ********************************************************************************************* Find hundreds Of Sports Arbitrage Opportunities Daily at

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