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"Programs" in UK
Posted: Friday, August 12, 2011

Posted: 1/11/2000 4:27:59 PM

By: James Bensen

I have some info and I am interested in yours as well. Please email me privately. Thanks, Bensen

Posted: Friday, August 12, 2011

Posted: 1/11/2000 8:45:44 AM

By: David Marchant

Dear Mr. Anderson,

I write about HYIP scams virtually every month. Most recently, I've written about Accord Insurance, Imperial Consolidated Securities and the International Financial Privacy Association. Accord is run by two Brits out of Antigua, ICS is based in the UK but has offices in several countries, including the Bahamas, Cayman and Grenada, and IFPA is based in the Bahamas and run by a Canadian.

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Posted: 1/10/2000 6:44:11 PM

By: Jim Anderson

If anyone has heard of any new "programs" being offered in the UK, please let me know via either e-mailat or here. People I've mentioned in prior questions, I believe, are trying to place investors in UK programs. These might include Blocked Funds, Letters of Credit or Intent, HYIP's and the like. The SEC and other official entities would be interested, I believe as well as they have some information already to try and stop or catch these people.

Posted: Friday, August 12, 2011

Posted: 10/9/2002 4:32:11 PM

By: JW

Hi, have you ever heard of Mark Pidsley of the UK?

Posted: Friday, August 12, 2011

Posted: 1/11/2000 4:59:17 PM

By: jim Anderson


I appreciate your reponse. And yes I do know that your time is valuable and should be compensated with a subscription to your reports. I probably will do this. I've spent money hiring a private investigator into one of these people. I've got documents from one who is promoting these programs. I've subscribed to Goldhaven's newletter. And I'll probably do the same with yours. My search is for some very select names though. I'm in contact with the SEC, Attorney Generals office and the treasury Dpt. Debt recovery division. The more information we get out seeking to find if someone else has run across these people the better. If you tell me the information I seek is in your reports, then I will follow your advice and subscribe. I've enjoyed your responses and insights as well as, I'm sure of it, tremendous help to many in their due diligence to these things. Thanks for your time and I feel the frienship I'm trying to look out for and protect is worth whatever I have to do to uncover any possible improprieties.


Posted: Friday, August 12, 2011

Posted: 1/11/2000 4:48:08 PM

By: Jim Anderson

Unless I don't know where to look I apologize I didn't get your e-mail address where I can respond to you. Please e-mail me at with your e-mail address.

Thx. Jim


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