At 04:09 PM 1/10/00 -0800, Alex Heard <email@example.com> wrote:
>hey, andrew, this is alex heard at wired magazine. i had the same reaction
>when i saw the web site of this place. it seems like an obvious pyramid scheme.
>had you heard of this before? i'm interesting in finding out more about
>it, and about whether this has been investigated or not.
13 months ago, when I heard of StockGeneration, I spent
about 4 hours analyzing the game and its rules. I came to
the conclusion that it was very well designed, could last
a long time, and could make me a lot of money.
I put in $6,000. I've taken out over $90,000 in cash. I have
$664,000 left in my portfolio. I'm in a position to take out
about $20,000 per month.
SG is based in the Commonwealth of Dominica.
Their Ministry of Finance has a website at
The website includes a "LIST OF LICENCED AND
FUNCTIONING INTERNET GAMING COMPANIES
and also a "LIST OF INTERNET GAMING COMPANIES
WHICH ARE NOT IN GOOD STANDING AND INTERNET
GAMING LICENCES WHICH HAVE BEEN REVOKED"
on the same page.
The probability is good that this year I'll be able to
take out more than $200,000 from the SG game.
See Freedom Business Opportunities
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