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You pricks offered me the world and gave me nothing. Robot my arse, you scammed me and lied and lied about the returns and I did nothing but lose $4000.00 over three months in my betting account not too mention the $4,400 you took from me for your sh*thouse "membership". You thieving arseholes. Hope you rot in hell somewhere pricks!
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It is also now very obvious that the owners of ozripoff.com who are Larry Pickering and Wayne Evans are also involved with PGI as they keep taking any comments regarding PGI straight down off there site so it doesnt affect there wallets.
I have experienced with them (well their supposedly affiliate company Worldnet Corporation). The history: I joined up back then with Worldnet Corporation (same people as PGI but different name). Was told to transfer money to their trust account and Jonathan (PGI's director - ASICS told me) actually email me (have a copy of that email) and told me the money I put into that account for trading doesn't belong to the company because it is held in a trust account. Everything was fine, receiving updates through emails (one of the email coming from PGI though, that's why I know they are one and the same).
One day they claim because of legislation changes the investment scheme is facing technical difficulties but to show that they are committed the account is tranferred to their affiliate company and that company is, yes you guess it, Prosperity Group International. They then try to get me to join their trader program. I receive an email from Robin Panozzo that I have around $3800 in my account and if join their trader program I don't have to pay anything but I'll be left with $200 in my account. I refuse to join and now can't contact them. Everytime you call, the receiption will pretend to find Rob for me but he is always unavailable and will call back, but guess what, didn't hear anything from them. Ask for Jonatahn and told he is working from home but they refuse to give you his direct number. So you decide whether they are scammer or not.
Then this pathetic reponse from one of the directors...
We are a completely legitimate organization. Just because people don't make the returns we tell them doesn't mean we are a scam!
All we have to do is send them the trades each day and we are immune from prosecution. Who cares if the trades don't win most of the time? If you're dumb enough to buy a betting system then you have to accept the risks.
Prosperity Group International
Well it's Friday afternoon and I had some time on my hands. I wonder what "thorough" investigation techniques ScamWatchAU used in assuring us Prosperity Group International Pty Ltd (PGI) and their Autotrader software wasn't a scam?
Let's have a little look at PGI and their claims...
Yes, apparently this company can make returns of 70%, unlike any other business in Australia! What's that you say Year on Year? Nope - Month on Month!
Tax Free Returns
-Because you're betting on markets you don't have to pay tax! Guess what else? PGI don't have to have a AFSL so there's no oversight or compliance! Actually considering the 30% margin on your profits plus the $40 a month service fee, maybe you'd want them to be taxed so you could at least claim expenses.
By now you've heard how the Commercialising Emerging Technologies (COMET) has thrust legitimacy on this product. But this grant was given to "Insider News Pty Ltd" a company based in SA, who don't mention PGI the Queensland company who apparently have "secured worldwide distribution rights".
But wait there's more!
Looking at Insider News Pty Ltd's registrant contact email address you see [email protected] When I search this name I get a couple of results, but I'm betting (pun intended) this isn't the dentist, but rather the Tony Rotondo whose use of copryright infringing horse racing software BettorData landed him with a $760,000 fine. Tony's partner in the BettorData fiasco is Dominic Dibiani who was convicted for a Mobile phone spamming and betting scam.
This raises questions about why the government is funding dodgy business practices, but luckily my previous worries about Insider and PGI being unconnected was allayed: guess where Tony lives? The Gold Coast.