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MAN PROMISED 700% RETURNS ON $500K INVESTMENT, KENA SCAMMED BY ‘LADY’

Scammers have been around since the dawn of time, preying on unsuspecting victims with promises of easy money or high returns on investments.

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Unfortunately, this type of scam has become increasingly widespread in recent years. Scammers are now targeting individuals who are searching for ways to make money online, often making false promises of huge returns on investments.

Targeting Greedy People

The truth is, these scammers are not offering legitimate investments. Instead, they are taking advantage of the victims’ lack of financial knowledge and hoping to make a quick buck. In most cases, the victim ends up losing their money in the process.

One of the most common scams involving high return of investments is the “get-rich-quick” scheme. These scammers promise victims a high return of investment within a short period of time. They often use false promises of huge returns to lure victims into giving their money or personal information. Unfortunately, these scammers are only interested in getting the victims’ money, and they will often disappear with the funds once they have been paid.

Another type of high return of investments scam is the “pyramid scheme”. In this scam, the scammers promise victims a high return of investment if they invest in a new “company”. However, the pyramid scheme is actually a recursive investment scheme, where the new company only exists to pay off the initial investors. The pyramid scheme is illegal in many countries, and victims should be aware that they are likely to lose their money if they invest in one.

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Ponzi

The third type of high return of investments scam is the “Ponzi scheme”.

This type of scam usually involves a highly sophisticated fraudster who promises investors a high return of investment if they invest in a company or fund. Much like the pyramid scheme, the Ponzi scheme is illegal in many countries and victims are likely to lose their money if they invest in one.

Overall, it is important to remember that if something seems too good to be true, then it probably is. Scammers are very clever when it comes to convincing victims to invest in their schemes, but the bottom line is that they are not offering legitimate investments. Victims should always be cautious when considering any type of investment, and they should never give their money or personal information to someone they have not met in person or have done thorough research on.

Additionally, investing in stocks or mutual funds can be a great way to make money, but victims should always be aware of the risks involved and never invest more than they can afford to lose.

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