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Cantmis wrote:Who wants to be a millionaire
daxt0r wrote:wa the resurrection!! Should come corpus christi not labour day.
All these darned government bodies over the world warning people not to get involved in IML scam don't know what they talkin about. See the SEC filing below sounds exactly like IML modus operandi huh
https://www.sec.gov/oiea/investor-alert ... idhtm.html
Beware of Pyramid Schemes Posing as Multi-Level Marketing Programs
Oct. 1, 2013
The SEC's Office of Investor Education and Advocacy is issuing this Investor Alert to warn individual investors about pyramid schemes, a type of investment scam that fraudsters often pitch as a legitimate business opportunity in the form of multi-level marketing programs.
maj. tom wrote:You should stop wasting your time pointing out this stuff to the OP of the thread. The points are to be made for the people out there Googling this scheme after one of those meetings of promises and they will discover it's a Pyramid scheme.
Narend knows what he is doing. He is aware of this. He's not even here to convince anyone here that it is not a pyramid scheme. He knows it is. But it does not matter because he made a decision early on that he would do this and be evil.
He has purposefully developed cognitive dissonance on any logical questions asked with glaring evidence that this is a pyramid scheme because he is so invested and is in so deep (like religion). He is so invested that he has to believe the scheme and lies because there is this black chasm of nothingness if he tries to just leave now... what would he do with his life, what about his finances and all that success, how can he exist without it? (just like religion).
Most deep MLMers are like this. They are past that point of no return that most people in society would stop themselves and realize that they got scammed and don't want to hurt other people the same way. That's called humanity. We see a good example of a guy confessing a few pages above how he realized it was a scam and how he didn't want to hurt others. The people who decide to go further and hurt others to ensure their profits are called Machiavellian and possess the Dark Triad of personality in their psychology. It gives them power, strength, confidence, success, all places that he knew he was failing before, but now that he changed his attitude toward the world he is getting to the top. All the politicians and con-men and some criminals out there have chosen this part. That's how Dark Triad works. A relatable comparison that everyone can understand is that it is very much like the Star Wars and the Force ethos, where there is a compromise of evil for the power and strength of the Dark Side.
So whenever the Honoured Guest Speaker suddenly makes a surprise appearance 6 months later out of the blue, don't waste your time guys. He is not here to convince you. He's here to write the bull-shit to convince himself because of the cracks that have appeared in his conscience dreams about hurting other people. To rehearse his sales pitch. He is here for promotion of his product, perhaps even to snag one more weak-minded person. He has chosen this for himself, and he will be successful at any cost, because of his choices.
But there are always consequences. One day his little boy or girl would reach 18 years and find all this and ask "Daddy, why were you a scammer when you were younger and hurt so many people? I don't want to be like you Daddy." And dismiss him from a large part of their lives because his children doesn't want to be an immoral soul sucker like their Daddy. Or maybe that's what he wants for his children, to be evil in society just like Daddy, rather than work hard through education and good-willed help the people of the world further like doctors and engineers and the people who honestly cut the grass and pick up our garbage.... or be like Daddy and take resources from people through lies to hurt them.
Smile Narend, there's no rebuttal for you to write here. You're in this way too deep. You cannot get out. Just move on with your sales pitch. You have other people to fool.
NarendZORCE wrote:agent007 wrote:Of course he making more than $10,000. a month now. He is categorized as P5000. According to the pyramid chart, in his very own pyramid, he amassed 225 people under him. Based on recruitment alone, he makes $5,000. USD a month or at least $30,000. TTD a month.
We not doubting the pyramid income or are we? I just want to know how much they actually make in trading especially in these volatile times.
We all know the push is really for people to join so the pyramid will get bigger...
Referral income does not = Pyramid. Most sales people make a commission. This particular guy outranked about 15 people above him, they don't make any of his money. He worked hard at building his network and coaching his team on how to maximise the system. And although I don't promote leaving your job, he saw enough returns to leave his.
agent007 wrote:Referral income is a pyramid. It's why IML has the ranking chart in the shape of a pyramid. It's the MLM side of the business. Ranks are based on number of people snagged up under people's personal pyramid.
NarendZORCE wrote:MDtuner70 wrote:
Psychologically it all points to the "get rich fast" mentality and they are fully aware of their target market and know how to massage it. Good thing for them is, this market is huuuuuuge lol... anybody who reads this thread and contemplating this iml path i strongly suggest take some time to educate yourself in the area, read literature from the experts, try a dummy platform and suck in as much info as you can before passing over a single cent to these people..
There is money to be made in forex but not via this path imo, the npv of forex earnings vs subscription payments seems more on the negative side. In the beginning, it will definitely be negative and potentially for a long time, unless you get into the recruitment side of things...
Bro, so many times on this thread and in almost EVERY info session I do, I take the time to emphasise that this is like school, university etc. and that it's NOT a get rich quick scheme, that it WILL take time to build your skills and experience in the market. We currently have one academy that is proving to get people up and trading faster (7-10 days) but that's just enough to trade along with the educators and use the support apps. To gain a better understanding it will always take time/experience. I have seen some people get in and take off almost immediately, and others who struggle for a while then eventually make it or fall off.
How much more real could it be?
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