I can assure you that, after conning you, the scam artists get together in bars and restaurants and have a jolly, good laugh at your expense.It is all rather sad." David Marchant, Editor, Offshore Business, scams arise from how the concepts are implemented and the claims that the promoters make regarding the benefits that are available with various structures and concepts. litigation system and to do business on an international scale.There are entirely legal concepts and structures that can be used to have access to investments not available in the U. To a limited extent, there are some offshore concepts that also offer tax deferral or tax exemption.
But what many of these people are after is merely the cost of the book, but they want that cost from as many people as will pay it to them. According to their promoters, there are five simple steps to building a huge fortune in a couple of days: Well, this is how is supposed to work anyhow. It doesn't, for obviously as you can see above there are several critical flaws -- probably the most important being that nobody is going to loan you from 0 million to 0 million unless you're Bill Gates or some lesser billionaire, or a publicly-traded corporation with lots of assets to seize if you default. Just walk into your local major bank and tell them you would like to take out a 0 million loan; and don't mind that jacket they give you with the long sleeves, they're just being courteous. What self-liquidating loans are (these are also sometimes called "Arbitrage Loans") is best explained by how they purportedly work."There is no such thing as a high yield investment program.They do not exist, no matter how much you want to believe they do.
Every year, thousands of people around the world lose millions of dollars trying to obtain a Self-Liquidating (Arbitrage) Loan for themselves.