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Thursday, December 1, 2016

"Decoding A Dinarland Scam" - One Who Believes - 12.1.16

Entry Submitted by One Who Believes at 2:18 PM EST on December 1, 2016

(Image: Cartoon green fish on a hook.)

Decoding A Dinarland Scam

This is how a Successful Scam is created. It is just like catching a Fish. I am going to break it down for you so that you can keep from being "Caught" by a Scammer!

The Bait

If you want to catch a fish, it is best to use REAL Bait. Real bait would be actual food, the real thing, that smells good, tastes good, and looks good, BECAUSE IT IS REAL. That is the trick, the Bait is REAL.

This is how scammers and disinformation agents catch their prey. They tell you real information, about real things and real dates and times, and often include information (Bait) that is not otherwise available. That is what fakes people out. They say "That information is True, and that other information is true, and he has other inside information that I haven't heard from anyone else!"

Oh!!!! That Bait looks so good, doesn't it? It smells right, looks right, and you can even taste it. The naive ones declare "That is REAL and MUST be true!" Interestingly, they are right, it is REAL. That is why it is the bait, it has to be real to be believed. In fact, scammers go out of their way to give you so much REAL Bait, that it is beyond question.

That is no different for a fish. They look at the Bait and it's real alright. They smell the bait, and it's real alright, and they may even take a little taste of the Bait and declare, "This is really food, It's REAL!" Of course that is the last thing they say before they become the food. They make the classic mistake, they didn't consider the HOOK!

The Hook

The hook is hidden and for the most part, is undetectable. It needs to be. If the hook were seen or detected, the fish would spit the bait out of their mouth or ignore it altogether. Frankly, there are times that the Bait is so tempting, that the Fish will take a chance, even though they know there is a catch, (the hook). BUT, you NEVER get to have the Bait, without being hooked. They are a package deal.

My Friends

So I have heard from several of my friends about "Dave Schmidt" over the years and I have cautioned them appropriately. Still they are so drawn in by the Bait, that they get the newsletters and still pay attention to him anyway. They are trying to get that Bait, the up to the minute information, and swear to me that they will not be caught by him. That is a dangerous place to be. You keep sniffing that bait, and coming around to hear what he has to say, then all of a sudden, when you least expect it, he jerks the line, with a great video, and before you know it, you have sent him your currency.

Even today, I have received emails that say listen to this video, and I click on the link and it is "Dave" giving his smooth speech, making that bait look so good. The only problem is that I can "Sense" that it is a scam through my abilities. I know it is a trap and I don’t even want to hear it. Everything I need to know will come in a "Legitimate" way, and not some scare tactic.

Sure It sounds good, But there is a hook. Sure he has some inside information, that is the Bait, and importantly, there is a hook. Sure it seems to make sense, it is supposed to and by the way, there is a hook. Anyone who says you have to be in a group is lying, whether they know it or not.

Should I Warn Dinarland?

That is a tough question. On the one hand I want everyone to make it through this process all the way to their own personal exchange intact. But, on the other hand, everything happens for a purpose, and even the scammers have a place in the World. They pick off the weak separating them from their currency early in the game. Frankly, those who would fall for a scam now, would probably fall for one later when they have millions of dollars. Who is to say it is wrong for them to lose their money now instead of later? I wrote a Post on this:

"Removing The Weak From Dinarland" - Guest Post by One Who Believes

My Point Of View

Instead of trying to save everybody, I instead post encouragement and information that helps people understand what is going on, like this post that you are reading now. If people are supposed to have this huge money, they will find and read posts like mine and decide to keep their currency. They will truly be the "Chosen Ones." If they lose their currency instead to some scam, then they must not have been a "Chosen One."

Frankly, if someone gets scammed that doesn't make them "Losers," it just means that they were not supposed to be the "Money Person." They may be better at having the Ideas to direct someone else's money, or the actual workers who get the projects done. There is a place for everyone in this new World. You have the Money people, The Idea People, The Doers who get the work done, and finally, you have the people who are getting the help. I wrote a post on this as well:

"You Can Have It All" - Guest Post by One Who Believes

The Bottom Line

The bottom line is that some people are going to get scammed as a natural function of nature. Who is to say if they were supposed to have the money or not? There are plenty of lottery winner stories where people ended up worse off as a result, if not dead, from having that much money. We can't say for sure.

However, know that this whole Financial Reset is designed to get big money into lots of hands to help the World. It is not designed for special people or special groups. The meek shall inherit the Earth, not the special groups. Be confident, trust yourself, and trust that you are not going to miss out, no matter what the scammers say. If you are one who has sent your money to one of these people and end up losing it, don’t worry, there will be millions of people looking for someone like you to help out. It just means that you have a different part to play, and no one part is any better or more important than another.

May You Get Everything You Want and Live The Life Of Your Dreams

Signed: One Who Believes



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