How can you probably see it and then seriously avoid it?
It is never what you see; what you read and what you will get it!
It is the HOW!
When you see MAIN marketing statement or headline where it emphasizes ...
(1) From humble background; Poor to Rich from self discovery of secret formula
(2) Losing so much and then discover secret sauce to become rich
(3) Show you lots of profits made but not showing past years of evidence of proof with audited statements of investment gains from the market. (One late "Guru" in Sinagpore had been poked by Uncle8888 a few times in his forum to show his audited statement of investment gains from the stock market. But Uncle8888 still give him respect as he didn't bar him unlike some other investment and finance bloggers)
One last confirming evidence; are your family members and close relatives all millionaires?
At one seminar; Uncle8888 nearly wanted to ask her: How come your husband still works so late until he came home one late night with chest pain and fortunately the couple managed to reach A&E in time to avoid heart attack?
Read more? Better safe than sorry: Resist urge to invest in too-good-to-be-true schemes
Read? JJ Poor To Rich founder Johnson Lee and two others arrested
KUALA LUMPUR: Controversial foreign exchange trading company JJ Poor To Rich (JJPTR) founder Johnson Lee and two others were arrested today.
Federal police Commercial Crime Department director Datuk Acryl Sani Abdullah Sani said Lee along with his right-hand man and personal assistant were arrested in an operation at 4.30am in Petaling Jaya.
"All three detained will be brought to Klang magistrate court for remand," he said.
Those detained aged between 28 and 29.
The raiding team also seized a Honda Accord, five mobile phones, documents relating to JJPTR investments, cheque books, bank cards and RM20,936 in cash.
On Saturday, 15 employees and four investors were picked up from eight different locations, including offices and homes, which the police believe is used by the syndicate as its operating premises.
The raid by the police was conducted with enforcement teams from Bank Negara Malaysia, National Revenue Recovery Enforcement Team, Inland Revenue Board and Companies of Commission Malaysia.
It was reported two police reports have been lodged against the company and early investigation has revealed that the company claimed that the investment was a forex-based business.
Penang-based JJPTR came under fire recently after investors complained that they have not been receiving their scheduled monthly payment.
It was reported that the company's founder, Lee, had claimed that the company's accounts had been hacked, which have resulted in losses of US$400mil.