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Jul 05, 2006 11:49 pm re: [OPP]***GPP Is Amazing** $2000 Per Referral
Reg Charie
From the website that Gunther sent:
Based on our extensive experience and vast contacts in financial world during the last few decades, we have succeeded in establishing a very unique plan around the basic idea of pension insurance with a reputable partner. By becoming a member of Global Pension Plan, You will get the pension insurance for a minimal flat rate of $35 . The fee includes all the expenses (processing, handling, anonymous debit card, shipping etc.) involved into Your Global Pension Plan membership and you will not be asked to pay any additional fees or expenses to receive the Compensation and the Loyalty Program Rewards.

The next step towards the completion of our business plan is that our organization pledge the pension insurance contract of yours for 60% of the face value of $200,000 giving a liquid assets of $120,000 to proceed further (please see the accurate calculations below). Out of this amount will be paid the single premium payment of member's insurance policy, worth $41,000 (the anticipated average premium of 34 years old person).

(Mortgaging the pension insurance contract is similar to property mortgaging when using the property itself as a collateral. The policy is a legally binding agreement given by a reputable insurance company.)

The most tempting item of expenditure from the member's aspect is the one-time Compensation of $55,000 paid out few months after the sign up and the closure of the program from new sign ups. On the very same date of the Compensation payout the Loyalty Program Rewards will also be processed and paid out (please see more details below).

This looks like you buy an ins policy for a whole $35 and they leverage it to pay out on a mortgage, which is then used to pay the premium and you.

Sounds highly illegal.
What happens if the mortgage is not approved? WHo is responsible for the $41,000 premium?
> gunther kestemont wrote:
> Hi friends,
>Take a look at this,
> Launched on the 23rd of May 2005
> Sign up fee $35 - No further fees
> Compensation $55,000
> Loyalty Program Rewards $2,000 per member / 12 levels
> "$1M For Children" Charity Plan
> Only 100,000 members accepted
>Check it here:
>One time opportunity,
>To Our Succes,
>Gunther K.

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