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Biggest Ponzi Shemer ever .....tasman1 » Post #3

Fri Jun 23, 2017 03:42 in General Talk

Biggest ponzi scam in the future ? Here is the answer


tasman1 , currently selling New York for 250 billion dollars
Think he will finish in jail for 500 years :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

Biggest Ponzi Shemer ever .....tasman1 » Post #2

Fri Jun 23, 2017 03:39 in General Talk

Who invented Ponzi ? here is answer



Charles Ponzi was the man who started it all. In the 1920’s, Ponzi promised investors a whopping 50% return in 45 days, or 100% in 90 days on of all things, international postal coupons, which he never actually purchased. He earned $15 million and became a millionaire in only six months. When Ponzi was caught one year later, investors received a mere $5 million back. He was charged with 86 counts of mail fraud and sentenced to 5 years. During his time in federal prison, he was prosecuted again in Massachusetts, but Ponzi claimed double jeopardy and his case went to the Supreme Court. He was then sentenced to seven to nine years in state prison. After Ponzi was released, he launched another scheme, where he sold real estate that was literally underwater. Not surprisingly, the namesake schemer was jailed yet again, and ultimately died penniless in Brazil, working as a translator.

Biggest Ponzi Shemer ever .....tasman1 » Post #1

Fri Jun 23, 2017 03:31 in General Talk

If You are smart like Madoff you can stay in nice jail like him forever

Good luck all :mrgreen:


Bernie Madoff is presumably the most famous Ponzi schemer, other than Ponzi himself, operating the largest fraud in US history. Madoff stole $65 billion from investors and committed over 11 federal felonies. Madoff lived a flashy, luxurious life by most standards, but less so than, for example, Scott Rothstein. Madoff received the maximum sentence of 150 years in prison, which he is currently serving in Raleigh, North Carolina. Madoff ran a wealth management company in New York, which started as a legitimate business, but ultimately turned the entire business into one giant Ponzi scheme. His son, Mark, who worked with him, claimed not to be involved in the fraud, but committed suicide in December 2010. HBO is currently making a movie about Madoff based on the book, The Wizard of Lies.


Lesson ..........If you must and like take a lot , billions , and enjoy short time in freedom, Short , but sweet

Enjoy :mrgreen:

Surveys on 22.06.2017) » Post #2

Fri Jun 23, 2017 03:10 in Success Stories

That is really good set of surveys , congrats

Day was just average...tasman1 » Post #1

Fri Jun 23, 2017 02:19 in Success Stories

yesterday $3.0203


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Yo~ Achieved my target $65 in this month. » Post #5

Fri Jun 23, 2017 00:14 in Your Stats

cool numbers , congrats

18 yrs old H.S dropout got rich in Bitcoin » Post #5

Thu Jun 22, 2017 18:36 in General Talk

Cool , buying to , selling house , car , wife , cat , my politician , my brain , selling a lot , will be rich

Grid Win :) » Post #6

Thu Jun 22, 2017 18:33 in Success Stories

nice , congrats

Thanks CINT $ 0.42 » Post #2

Thu Jun 22, 2017 18:32 in Success Stories

nice , congrats

Arizona to hit 120 degrees today » Post #1

Thu Jun 22, 2017 04:03 in General Talk

High temperatures expected to hit 120 degrees in the Phoenix area today

Brace yourself

The National Weather Service in Phoenix forecasts a high of 117 degrees this afternoon at the official observing point.

4 min , 1.93 , nice....tasman1 » Post #1

Thu Jun 22, 2017 02:33 in Success Stories

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10 biggest cities in 2030...tasman1 » Post #12

Thu Jun 22, 2017 01:57 in General Talk

Village I was born ....population 350

10 biggest cities in 2030...tasman1 » Post #9

Thu Jun 22, 2017 01:03 in General Talk

pipster1234 wrote:
Quote:topic is about number of people not size of city

logic son, you can put more people in a larger city.

google this "Cities by population density"




ok here it is [ but that was not my original topic ], top 3 here

Dhaka, Bangladesh

Pop: 15,669,000 // Density: 112,700

2,Hyderabad, Pakistan

Pop: 2,920,000 // Density: 104,300

3.Mumbai, India

Pop: 17,712,000 // Density: 83,900

And the rest are all Asia

10 biggest cities in 2030...tasman1 » Post #7

Thu Jun 22, 2017 00:35 in General Talk

pipster1234 wrote: bejing 6,336 mi²

new york 304.6 mi²

for your list to have any meaning to it, you need to address size..



topic is about number of people not size of city

checklist on 21.06.17 » Post #2

Thu Jun 22, 2017 00:06 in Success Stories

nice one , congrats

10 biggest cities in 2030...tasman1 » Post #5

Wed Jun 21, 2017 23:44 in General Talk

sweetpie3000 wrote: New York have 50 million people



Pardon me , what planet are you living

what a busy wednesday » Post #3

Wed Jun 21, 2017 23:42 in Success Stories

wow , wow , perfect , congrats

10 biggest cities in 2030...tasman1 » Post #3

Wed Jun 21, 2017 23:41 in General Talk

sweetpie3000 wrote: No New York, San Francisco Chicago?


New York , just a small town of 8.5 million

10 biggest cities in 2030...tasman1 » Post #1

Wed Jun 21, 2017 23:34 in General Talk

10. Mexico City, Mexico: 23.9 million people

9. Lagos, Nigeria: 24.2 million people

8. Cairo, Egypt: 24.5 million people

7. Karachi, Pakistan: 24.8 million people

6. Dhaka, Bangladesh: 27.4 million people

5. Beijing, China: 27.7 million people

4. Mumbai, India: 27.8 million people

3. Shanghai, China: 30.8 million people

2. Delhi, India: 36.1 million people

1. Tokyo, Japan: 37.2 million people

Would you quit your job for full time Clixsense » Post #2

Wed Jun 21, 2017 23:19 in General Talk

Min pay for full time work in Australia is 40 000 a year

If CS can pay me that min 40 000 a year will think about

Ops , forgot , plus 12% in retirement fond

PS , think this post of you is a bit stupid


OK .OK . That was a joke

Reality , why work for CF full time and earn that 40 000 ?
At this stage I work only 3 hours a day here at CS and earn around 3000 a day
That is around 1 million a year
In short , who care for 40000 a year , it is a way to low for me :mrgreen:
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