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Date Posted: Tue, Jul 03 2007, 02:09:29pm
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's message, "Re: Lagaip Porgera Open 2007 GE" on Tue, Jul 03 2007, 10:23:55am
I hope he is not one of them the Central Bank has refered to in today's (3rd/07/07) newspaper advertisement about intending candidates claiming to have billions of dollars held back by the Central Bank.
It is becoming a common norm in Papua New Guinea, where someone claims to have billions or millions of USD or gold bullions in overseas banks. They can produce fake certificates and documents that shows they have the evidence to prove that. I have been approached by several would be investors in such shemes.
Not only is Anthon Pakena is fooling small people but, there is a big number of people, even well educated ones, who have this idea that, someone would just release a billion USD to them. It is quiet absurd, and does not make any financial sense.
If what you said is true, where did Anton Pakena grab hold of this gold bullions? is it from the porgera mine? absolutely not. Almost all of porgera's gold production and exports are common knowledge, except for gold dust. Maybe Anton Pakena has locked up several bottles of gold dust and he is think he has gold bullions. Very funny how desperate some people can get to suck out money from innocent people who dont know what is happening.
My advise to all those read this thread. DONT INVEST OR GIVE YOUR MONEY AWAY TO SOMEONE WHO CLAIMS HE HAS LARGE SUMS OF MONEY IN A FOREIGN COUNTRY OR GOLD BULLIONS WITH THE BANK OF PNG OR FOREIGN BANKS. THEY ARE ABSOLUTE CRAPS... If you have watched the 60 minutes program on SUnday, you will understand what i am saying. Nigerian Con schemes have mushroomed everywhere. It is no surprise, PNG has its own fair share with the likes of U-Vistract,,, etc.. Be aware of new con-man with new tactics who will appraoche you anytime and ask you for some bucks to get this huge money overseas..
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Date Posted: Tue, Jul 03 2007, 06:18:32pm
Like they say - "There is no such thing as a free lunch". If it sounds too good to be true, then that's just what it is - a SCAM!
I have read and know of people being scammed of their hard earned cash. I once came across a nursing office from Enga telling drs and nurses at PMGH that there was a large amount of gold ready to be airlifted out of Pogera but the owner wanted "investors" to help hire the chopper. These "investors" were promised 100-200% returns! I knew this was a scam of some sort but was more surprised and even shocked to learn that some drs and nurses did gave their money to her.
Did these people ever get any returns? NIL. The last I heard, the investors were looking for the particular nurse who disappeared!
Everytime I read or hear such scams, I just wonder, WHO IS THE BIGGER FOOL?
These scams are mordern day cargo cult. People must by know learn that THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS MONEY FOR NOTHING. You sweat, you have food. No sweat, no gain.
Are these kind of scams flourishing in PNG because we have beome lazy and seeking the easy way out in our efforts to reach the level of civilization and life style achived by western countries through years of hard work and even wars?
I feel sorry for the poor villagers. Their little understanding of mordern financial transactions also makes them a prey to scammers such as this candidate. Such people do not even deserve to be even circulating in the community.
Just remember - there is no such thing as a free lunch!
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