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David PROVES his IGP ACCUSATIONS AT LAST!!
Anonymous
Posted: Friday, August 12, 2011

Posted: 1/25/2001 8:36:24 AM

By: Jorgen

Bulletproof David your wisdom is useless. It doesn't take alot of time at this message board to see right through you. Too bad, you could be spending time helping people instead, God bless.


Anonymous
Posted: Friday, August 12, 2011

Posted: 1/24/2001 9:00:23 PM

By: David Marchant

Let's see, off the top of my head, here are some of the speakers at Global Prosperity conferences:

Yank Barry, one criminal conviction, currently under indictment, had his company listed on the sham World Investors' Stock Exchange

The World Investors' Stock Exchange itself provided speakers, was part of the First International Bank of Grenada group that collapsed last year with a minimum of $150 million missing

Ian Renert, spends investors money on buying himself a house, had his group put into receivership in the Bahamas last year, where it was operating mutual funds without a license. Raised approximately 75% of his funds at Global Prosperity conferences.

Need I go on. Now, let's play a game. You give me the name of one credible speaker and his background. Oh I forgot, the names of speakers are a secret.

Now, let's see, of the three people behind IGP, one is a former bankrupt and one is a cvonstruction worker. Hardly a recipe for financial success

It is truly a sad person who enjoys seeing people defrauded of their life savings.

David Marchant


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Posted: 1/24/2001 6:08:14 PM

By: Edward100

Attn: David Marchant

I was hoping that you might answer some of the allegations you have disseminated, at least for my peace of mind. I quote your “Breaking News” report, asking specifically about the following items:

1. "highly dubious speakers"
2. "pitching various 'get-rich-quick' schemes"
3. "that always seem to end in failure", and
4. "scams being run by people who raised money by speaking at Global Prosperity seminars"

These comments are quite dramatic and slanderous, and being a self-proclaimed “expert” in the industry, I am certain you will provide facts or documentation to verify these rather bold comments, n’est-ce pas?

And of course, you will do so FREE-OF-CHARGE, lest your critics say that you are simply trying to cash in on the anti-Global media hype by selling your opinion to a hungry and frightened public.

I anxiously await your intelligent response, David.

Sincerely, Edward


Anonymous
Posted: Friday, August 12, 2011

Posted: 1/28/2001 12:00:49 AM

By: tony fanto

Edward

What a great response!

David Marchants findings are perhaps 80% garbage which is about his average.

He has to make a buck too by feeding the ignorant with oversensationalized scripts.

tony


Anonymous
Posted: Friday, August 12, 2011

Posted: 1/25/2001 2:26:05 PM

By: Edward100

David, thank you for your prompt response.

DM: “Yank Barry, one criminal conviction, currently under indictment, had his company listed on the sham World Investors' Stock Exchange”

I cannot stand up for the character of these other people, but - to quote an expert - “let's play a game”. Criminal conviction for what? Does “under indictment” mean “proven guilty”? Were any legitimate companies also listed on WISE?

DM: “The World Investors' Stock Exchange itself provided speakers, was part of the First International Bank of Grenada group that collapsed last year with a minimum of $150 million missing”

Most domestic Mutual Fund Companies/Brokers provide speakers: that by itself is not evidence of any crime, is it? Otherwise, let’s throw Anthony Robbins in jail. And exactly what “part of the First International Bank of Grenada group” did Yank play? I did ask you to provide documentation, David.

DM: “Ian Renert, spends investors money on buying himself a house, had his group put into receivership in the Bahamas last year, where it was operating mutual funds without a license.”

Again, David, I cannot stand up for the character of this person, especially since I have never heard of him before, and you have not provided documentation to support your allegations. But let’s assume you actually did provide some facts, David, I put this to you:

Would he be the first person to put a business into receivership? To break SEC regulations? What about Lloyds of London? To defraud the public? To manipulate funds to his own advantage? Look at our own Government, for God’s sake, OR THE IRS! Why don't you preach about THEIR crimes, or are you afraid of losing your funding?

DM: “ Raised approximately 75% of his funds at Global Prosperity conferences. Need I go on.”

As a matter of fact, yes, you should go on. Dates, names, actual references [read: FACTS] would definitely help me see your point. Anyone can say anything about anyone. For example:

“David Marchant, the self-proclaimed guru of offshore wisdom, who fled to Miami in 1996 after being kicked off the Island of Bermuda for attempting to blackmail certain high-level Government officials there, has recently been forced out of hiding by the FBI. Having laid charges of money laundering, US Government officials have indicated that his International connections now include members of a Russian-based Child Pornography and drug trafficking ring…”

Did you see how easy that was David? This is obviously not a true statement, but I simply would have to post that on the web and people will pay me money to read more.

By the way, I saw about 20 speakers at GII; you have named 2 people, one of which I have never heard of. How current is your information David?

DM: “You give me the name of one credible speaker and his background.”

How about if you were to prove your allegations first? Or does the law not apply on this website.

DM: “Oh I forgot, the names of speakers are a secret”

THE TRUTH COMES OUT! You have never even attended a Seminar, have you? I believe the root of the word “expert” is “experience” – how can you make claims about something you have never experienced first-hand? Should I ask a monk to describe for me the pleasures of sexual intimacy? Elsewhere you referred to the GI Audio Seminar as “sh*t” – have you ever listened to it, David, or did you just read the 3-year-old transcript posted by one of your allies?

DM: “Now, let's see, of the three people behind IGP, one is a former bankrupt and one is a cvonstruction worker. Hardly a recipe for financial success”

Donald Trump is also a former bankrupt. Albert Einstein was a high-school dropout and Colonel Sanders was a dishwasher who once attempted child-abduction – and your point is? Let’s not forget, you are a mere REPORTER David, and at least Dan Anderson can spell “construction worker”!

DM: “It is truly a sad person who enjoys seeing people defrauded of their life savings.”

First of all, I don’t know if con men actually “enjoy” defrauding people, but I know personally of several GII attendees who have enjoyed watching their wealth grow at extraordinary rates, cashed investments in to spend freely, and all this without taxation or fear of seizure by litigation or by the same people who probably finance this website!

I eagerly await your documentation, David.

Sincerely, Edward


 

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