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"Where is the Scam?" - Anonymous Guest Post

Entry Submitted Anonymously at 10:37 PM EST on November 7, 2016

Hi all,

Someone please correct me if I'm wrong, but I can't see how this whole situation is a scam. The reason for me thinking thus is this: scams make money. That's the point of them. Now I don't know about you lot, but I bought my currency off a complete stranger on eBay who was selling it as a collectible. I didn't buy it from the people telling me that it's worth something.

This is a big point, I think. The only way a situation like this one functions as a scam is if EVERYONE bought their currency from the SAME person - that way it's actually profitable to the person running the scam. It's like me saying that in a year you can exchange a pencil for a million dollars. Unless I'm selling those pencils, where do I make money? And how am I scamming you out of your hard earned dollars if I'm not selling you anything? The only people getting money there are the people making pencils.

I find it very hard to believe that this is a scam. If it was, Yosef & other intel providers would be selling us these currencies personally.

The only other scam possibility that I can see is asking for handouts while providing this intel. Even then, if this scam does exist, and you fall for it - where do you lose? Yeah, you gave away twenty or so dollars - but you were acting in service to others, and God loves you for that. That matters a lot more than money does.

Hold on, people. I feel like we're almost there. Let's push over the line, and remember to ALWAYS CHOOSE LOVE FIRST. Not fear.


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