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PostSubject: JAMES MENDEZ 2011 : PORQUE CERRASTES EL THREAD QUE HABLA DE LOS ESQUEMAS DE LOS DINARES ?   Tue Feb 22, 2011 10:33 pm

SALUDOS A TODOS,

PEDRO CULO CALIENTE POSTIO UNA NOTICIA SOBRE LOS ESQUEMAS DE LOS DINARES EN UTAH PERO LA NOTICIA NO ERA DEL AGRADO DE JAMES MENDEZ Y LA MANDO A CERRAR !




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ESTA ES LA NOTICIA QUE HABIA POSTIADO PEDRO Y RECUPERADO POR FORO COQUI DINARES :

Investment scams aren’t leaving Utah in 2011

By Tom Harvey

The Salt Lake Tribune
First published Dec 31 2010 03:33PM
Updated Dec 31, 2010 10:02PM

Affinity fraud popped into the vocabularies — and pocketbooks — of more Utahns in 2010, and the scourge looks to remain a huge problem in the new year, state regulators say.

The fraud, in which a con artist targets fellow members of a group who share like interests and often emotional ties, is No. 1 on the Utah Division of Securities Top 10 Investment Alerts for 2011.

In Utah, members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints have been caught in multimillion-dollar Ponzi schemes and other forms of fraud conducted by fellow church-goers. Deaf people, the Vietnamese, military families and co-workers also have been targeted.

"Affinity fraud would be on the top of my list for the past several years, and I imagine it will be on the top of the list next year, as well," said Keith Woodwell, director of the Utah Division of Securities, which enforces state investment laws. "That’s because it is the overwhelming theme in most of the complaints that come into our office. Whatever the scam is, whatever the investment offer is or the can’t-miss deal, generally the way we see those scams marketed in this state is through affinity fraud."

To be sure, that type of fraud wasn’t the state’s only problem. Last year, the Utah Securities Fraud Task Force, made up of local, state and federal agencies, said it was investigating cases that involved $1.4 billion and 4,400 people. The FBI also recently put the Salt Lake City office in its top five Ponzi hot spots nationwide, in company with Los Angeles, New York, Dallas and San Francisco, which have much larger populations.

"A lot of what we see is affinity fraud-based," said James Malpede, the special agent in charge of the white-collar crime unit at the FBI’s Utah office. "So it’s going to be an ethnic population, ties to a particular church, or some other relationship."

The state’s Top 10 list also includes a new scam that has surfaced and roped in a number of military families, Woodwell said.

The pitch from Utah-based entities involves investing in Iraqi currency, the dinar, with potential buyers told they can earn as much as a 1,000 percent return when the currency appreciates in value, sometimes because they claim a U.N. or World Bank program will revalue it.


"It’s frequently targeted to military families," said Woodwell, "Particularly men and women who have served in Iraq have been victims of this scam."

Utahns who bite are actually getting dinars delivered to their home, he said. The problem is the victims are paying way above market value, and the currency is not freely convertible, meaning it can’t be easily traded for dollars.

" Even if you can convert your dinars, you’re not going to get anywhere near what you paid for them," Woodwell said.


Also on the list are structured investment products, which are complex investments that can be linked to stock indexes, currencies or bonds. They commonly promise protection of your principal, but are backed only by brokerage houses such as Lehman Brothers, which went out of business in 2009 and made those guarantees worthless, Woodwell said.

"Investors need to be a little bit wary when approached with a thing like this and find out first the costs and fees and commissions you’re paying that tend to be higher on these products," he said. "When you’re told your principal is protected, you need to look hard and see what that really means."

One other alert concerns companies pitching investment pools that purchase nonperforming loans or distressed properties, claiming there are big profits to be made in collecting on the loans or in fixing up and selling the properties.

"There’s a reason those loans are nonperforming," Woodwell said. "In many cases, there’s no demand, there’s no market to sell the property, even if you do fix it up."

In releasing the list, Francine Giani, executive director of the Utah Department of Commerce, asked Utahns "to add financial resolutions to their New Year’s lists."

tharvey@sltrib.com
Copyright 2011 The Salt Lake Tribune. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/money/50960272-79/fraud-investment-utah-state.html.csp

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PostSubject: Re: JAMES MENDEZ 2011 : PORQUE CERRASTES EL THREAD QUE HABLA DE LOS ESQUEMAS DE LOS DINARES ?   Tue Feb 22, 2011 10:38 pm

Estafas de inversión no están dejando de Utah en 2011

Por Tom Harvey

La Tribuna de Salt Lake
Publicado por primera vez 31 de diciembre 2010 15:33
Actualización 31 de diciembre 2010 22:02

el fraude de afinidad apareció en el vocabulario - y los bolsillos - de más habitantes de Utah en 2010, y el flagelo parece seguir siendo un gran problema en el nuevo año, los reguladores estatales dicen.

El fraude, en el que un artista con los objetivos de otros miembros de un grupo que comparten intereses similares y, a menudo los lazos emocionales, es No. 1 en la División de Utah de Valores Top 10 de Alertas de Inversiones para el 2011.

En Utah, los miembros de La Iglesia de Jesucristo de los Santos de los Últimos Días se han visto atrapados en varios millones de dólares los esquemas de Ponzi y otras formas de fraude realizadas por compañeros de la iglesia de cine. las personas sordas, a las familias vietnamitas, militares y compañeros de trabajo también han sido blanco.

"El fraude de afinidad sería en la parte superior de mi lista de los últimos años, y me imagino que será en la parte superior de la lista el año que viene, así," dijo Keith Woodwell, director de la División de Utah de Valores, que impone las leyes estatales de inversión. "Esto se debe a que es el tema abrumadora en la mayoría de las quejas que llegan a nuestra oficina. Cualquiera que sea la estafa es, cualquiera que sea la oferta de inversión es o no se puede perder mucho, por lo general la forma de ver las estafas se comercializan en este estado es a través del fraude de afinidad. "

Sin duda, ese tipo de fraude no era el único problema del estado. El año pasado, los Valores de Utah de la Fuerza Especial contra el Fraude, integrado por agencias locales, estatales y federales, dijo que estaba investigando casos que involucraban a 1,4 mil millones dólares y los 4.400. El FBI también recientemente la oficina de Salt Lake City en sus primeros cinco puntos Ponzi caliente en todo el país, en compañía de Los Ángeles, Nueva York, Dallas y San Francisco, que tienen poblaciones mucho más grandes.

"Mucho de lo que vemos es el fraude de afinidad con sede", dijo James Malpede, el agente especial a cargo de la unidad de delitos de cuello blanco en la oficina del FBI en Utah. "Por lo tanto, va a ser una población étnica, los lazos de una Iglesia particular, o algún otro tipo de relación."

El estado de la lista de Top 10 también incluye una nueva estafa que ha surgido y con la cuerda en una serie de familias de militares, Woodwell dijo.

El tono de las entidades con sede en Utah implica invertir en la moneda iraquí, el dinar, con los posibles compradores les dice que pueden ganar tanto como un retorno de 1,000 por ciento, cuando la moneda se aprecie, a veces porque la demanda de las Naciones Unidas o de un programa del Banco Mundial va a revaluar .


"Es con frecuencia dirigidos a familias de militares", dijo Woodwell, "especialmente los hombres y mujeres que han servido en Irak han sido víctimas de esta estafa."

Residentes de Utah que muerden son realmente conseguir dinares entregado a su hogar, dijo. El problema es que las víctimas están pagando muy por encima del valor de mercado, y la moneda no es libremente convertible, lo que significa que no pueden ser fácilmente intercambiados por dólares.

"Incluso si usted puede convertir sus dinares, no vamos a llegar a ninguna parte cerca de lo que pagó por ellos", dijo Woodwell.


En la lista también son productos de inversión estructurados, que son inversiones complejas que pueden ser vinculados a índices bursátiles, divisas o bonos. Suelen promesa de la protección de su capital, pero sólo están respaldados por las casas de bolsa como Lehman Brothers, que quebró en 2009 e hizo las garantías sin valor, Woodwell dijo.

"Los inversionistas deben ser un poco cautelosos cuando se acercó con una cosa como esta y buscar, en primer lugar los costes y los honorarios y las comisiones que paga, que tienden a ser mayores en estos productos", dijo. "Cuando te dicen el director está protegido, hay que buscarlo y ver lo que realmente significa."

Una de las demás empresas de alerta se refiere a lanzar fondos de inversión que compran los préstamos en mora o propiedades en apuros, afirmando que hay grandes beneficios que se avance en la recogida de los préstamos o en arreglar y vender las propiedades.

"Hay una razón por los préstamos son incobrables", dijo Woodwell. "En muchos casos, no hay demanda, no hay mercado para vender la propiedad, incluso si lo hace arreglarlo."

Al dar a conocer la lista, Francine Giani, director ejecutivo del Departamento de Comercio de Utah, pidió a residentes de Utah "para añadir resoluciones financieras a su lista de Año Nuevo."

http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/money/50960272-79/fraud-investment-utah-state.html.csp

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PostSubject: Re: JAMES MENDEZ 2011 : PORQUE CERRASTES EL THREAD QUE HABLA DE LOS ESQUEMAS DE LOS DINARES ?   Tue Feb 22, 2011 10:39 pm

Coqui wrote:
SALUDOS A TODOS,

PEDRO CULO CALIENTE POSTIO UNA NOTICIA SOBRE LOS ESQUEMAS DE LOS DINARES EN UTAH PERO LA NOTICIA NO ERA DEL AGRADO DE JAMES MENDEZ Y LA MANDO A CIERRAR !




http://www.iraqdinares.com/converse.php?u=2862&u2=16455

ESTA ES LA NOTICIA QUE HABIA POSTIADO PEDRO Y RECUPERADO POR FORO COQUI DINARES :

Investment scams aren’t leaving Utah in 2011

By Tom Harvey

The Salt Lake Tribune
First published Dec 31 2010 03:33PM
Updated Dec 31, 2010 10:02PM

Affinity fraud popped into the vocabularies — and pocketbooks — of more Utahns in 2010, and the scourge looks to remain a huge problem in the new year, state regulators say.

The fraud, in which a con artist targets fellow members of a group who share like interests and often emotional ties, is No. 1 on the Utah Division of Securities Top 10 Investment Alerts for 2011.

In Utah, members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints have been caught in multimillion-dollar Ponzi schemes and other forms of fraud conducted by fellow church-goers. Deaf people, the Vietnamese, military families and co-workers also have been targeted.

"Affinity fraud would be on the top of my list for the past several years, and I imagine it will be on the top of the list next year, as well," said Keith Woodwell, director of the Utah Division of Securities, which enforces state investment laws. "That’s because it is the overwhelming theme in most of the complaints that come into our office. Whatever the scam is, whatever the investment offer is or the can’t-miss deal, generally the way we see those scams marketed in this state is through affinity fraud."

To be sure, that type of fraud wasn’t the state’s only problem. Last year, the Utah Securities Fraud Task Force, made up of local, state and federal agencies, said it was investigating cases that involved $1.4 billion and 4,400 people. The FBI also recently put the Salt Lake City office in its top five Ponzi hot spots nationwide, in company with Los Angeles, New York, Dallas and San Francisco, which have much larger populations.

"A lot of what we see is affinity fraud-based," said James Malpede, the special agent in charge of the white-collar crime unit at the FBI’s Utah office. "So it’s going to be an ethnic population, ties to a particular church, or some other relationship."

The state’s Top 10 list also includes a new scam that has surfaced and roped in a number of military families, Woodwell said.

The pitch from Utah-based entities involves investing in Iraqi currency, the dinar, with potential buyers told they can earn as much as a 1,000 percent return when the currency appreciates in value, sometimes because they claim a U.N. or World Bank program will revalue it.


"It’s frequently targeted to military families," said Woodwell, "Particularly men and women who have served in Iraq have been victims of this scam."

Utahns who bite are actually getting dinars delivered to their home, he said. The problem is the victims are paying way above market value, and the currency is not freely convertible, meaning it can’t be easily traded for dollars.

"Even if you can convert your dinars, you’re not going to get anywhere near what you paid for them," Woodwell said.

Also on the list are structured investment products, which are complex investments that can be linked to stock indexes, currencies or bonds. They commonly promise protection of your principal, but are backed only by brokerage houses such as Lehman Brothers, which went out of business in 2009 and made those guarantees worthless, Woodwell said.

"Investors need to be a little bit wary when approached with a thing like this and find out first the costs and fees and commissions you’re paying that tend to be higher on these products," he said. "When you’re told your principal is protected, you need to look hard and see what that really means."

One other alert concerns companies pitching investment pools that purchase nonperforming loans or distressed properties, claiming there are big profits to be made in collecting on the loans or in fixing up and selling the properties.

"There’s a reason those loans are nonperforming," Woodwell said. "In many cases, there’s no demand, there’s no market to sell the property, even if you do fix it up."

In releasing the list, Francine Giani, executive director of the Utah Department of Commerce, asked Utahns "to add financial resolutions to their New Year’s lists."

tharvey@sltrib.com
Copyright 2011 The Salt Lake Tribune. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/money/50960272-79/fraud-investment-utah-state.html.csp


RELATIVAMENTE LO MISMO QUE JUNTO A LOS DE JESUS Y GARCIA DICE JAMES MENDEZ, QUE ESTO DE LOS DINARES DE IRAK ES UN PROGRAMA FEDERAL.....

MALHECHORES Y PARA JODERNOS CON CLASE...QUE SE VAYAN A UTAH Y HAGA EL PROGRAMITA DE WKAQ 580 ALLA QUE AL OTRO DIA LOS VAN A LLAMAR EN LA CARCEL LAS PUERTORICAN DANCING....
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Y NO PODEMOS OLVIDAR LA DICHOCITA SUPUESTA NOTICIA FALSA CON LA QUE JAMES SE TUVO QUE LIMPIAR UN DIA LOS MOCOS PORQUE NO LE QUEDO DE OTRA CUANDO COQUI LE DESCUBRIO LA VERDAD Y LO TIRO AL MEDIO.....
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PostSubject: Re: JAMES MENDEZ 2011 : PORQUE CERRASTES EL THREAD QUE HABLA DE LOS ESQUEMAS DE LOS DINARES ?   Tue Feb 22, 2011 11:00 pm

EL MODUS OPERANDI DE JAMES MENDEZ SIEMPRE FUE TRATAR DE CALLAR MI VOZ DE ALERTA !!!!

ESE TIPO DE NOTICIA NO LE CONVIENE A JAMES MENDEZ YA QUE LE AFECTA SU BOLCILLO Y MIENTRAS PUEDE MANIPULAR LA PERCEPCION PUBLICA PARA HACERLES CREER EN LO CONTRARIO, EL VA A CONTINUAR MANIPULANDOLOS A TODOS USTEDES Y EL LO HACE CON EL FIN DE QUE USTEDES NO SE ENTEREN DE LA VERDAD DE LOS DINARES !!!!!

LA NOTICIA PROVIENE DEL ESTADO DE UTAH !!!!!!




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PostSubject: Re: JAMES MENDEZ 2011 : PORQUE CERRASTES EL THREAD QUE HABLA DE LOS ESQUEMAS DE LOS DINARES ?   Tue Feb 22, 2011 11:07 pm

Megustadinar wrote:
Coqui wrote:
SALUDOS A TODOS,

PEDRO CULO CALIENTE POSTIO UNA NOTICIA SOBRE LOS ESQUEMAS DE LOS DINARES EN UTAH PERO LA NOTICIA NO ERA DEL AGRADO DE JAMES MENDEZ Y LA MANDO A CIERRAR !




http://www.iraqdinares.com/converse.php?u=2862&u2=16455

ESTA ES LA NOTICIA QUE HABIA POSTIADO PEDRO Y RECUPERADO POR FORO COQUI DINARES :

Investment scams aren’t leaving Utah in 2011

By Tom Harvey

The Salt Lake Tribune
First published Dec 31 2010 03:33PM
Updated Dec 31, 2010 10:02PM

Affinity fraud popped into the vocabularies — and pocketbooks — of more Utahns in 2010, and the scourge looks to remain a huge problem in the new year, state regulators say.

The fraud, in which a con artist targets fellow members of a group who share like interests and often emotional ties, is No. 1 on the Utah Division of Securities Top 10 Investment Alerts for 2011.

In Utah, members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints have been caught in multimillion-dollar Ponzi schemes and other forms of fraud conducted by fellow church-goers. Deaf people, the Vietnamese, military families and co-workers also have been targeted.

"Affinity fraud would be on the top of my list for the past several years, and I imagine it will be on the top of the list next year, as well," said Keith Woodwell, director of the Utah Division of Securities, which enforces state investment laws. "That’s because it is the overwhelming theme in most of the complaints that come into our office. Whatever the scam is, whatever the investment offer is or the can’t-miss deal, generally the way we see those scams marketed in this state is through affinity fraud."

To be sure, that type of fraud wasn’t the state’s only problem. Last year, the Utah Securities Fraud Task Force, made up of local, state and federal agencies, said it was investigating cases that involved $1.4 billion and 4,400 people. The FBI also recently put the Salt Lake City office in its top five Ponzi hot spots nationwide, in company with Los Angeles, New York, Dallas and San Francisco, which have much larger populations.

"A lot of what we see is affinity fraud-based," said James Malpede, the special agent in charge of the white-collar crime unit at the FBI’s Utah office. "So it’s going to be an ethnic population, ties to a particular church, or some other relationship."

The state’s Top 10 list also includes a new scam that has surfaced and roped in a number of military families, Woodwell said.

The pitch from Utah-based entities involves investing in Iraqi currency, the dinar, with potential buyers told they can earn as much as a 1,000 percent return when the currency appreciates in value, sometimes because they claim a U.N. or World Bank program will revalue it.


"It’s frequently targeted to military families," said Woodwell, "Particularly men and women who have served in Iraq have been victims of this scam."

Utahns who bite are actually getting dinars delivered to their home, he said. The problem is the victims are paying way above market value, and the currency is not freely convertible, meaning it can’t be easily traded for dollars.

"Even if you can convert your dinars, you’re not going to get anywhere near what you paid for them," Woodwell said.

Also on the list are structured investment products, which are complex investments that can be linked to stock indexes, currencies or bonds. They commonly promise protection of your principal, but are backed only by brokerage houses such as Lehman Brothers, which went out of business in 2009 and made those guarantees worthless, Woodwell said.

"Investors need to be a little bit wary when approached with a thing like this and find out first the costs and fees and commissions you’re paying that tend to be higher on these products," he said. "When you’re told your principal is protected, you need to look hard and see what that really means."

One other alert concerns companies pitching investment pools that purchase nonperforming loans or distressed properties, claiming there are big profits to be made in collecting on the loans or in fixing up and selling the properties.

"There’s a reason those loans are nonperforming," Woodwell said. "In many cases, there’s no demand, there’s no market to sell the property, even if you do fix it up."

In releasing the list, Francine Giani, executive director of the Utah Department of Commerce, asked Utahns "to add financial resolutions to their New Year’s lists."

tharvey@sltrib.com
Copyright 2011 The Salt Lake Tribune. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/money/50960272-79/fraud-investment-utah-state.html.csp


RELATIVAMENTE LO MISMO QUE JUNTO A LOS DE JESUS Y GARCIA DICE JAMES MENDEZ, QUE ESTO DE LOS DINARES DE IRAK ES UN PROGRAMA FEDERAL.....

MALHECHORES Y PARA JODERNOS CON CLASE...QUE SE VAYAN A UTAH Y HAGA EL PROGRAMITA DE WKAQ 580 ALLA QUE AL OTRO DIA LOS VAN A LLAMAR EN LA CARCEL LAS PUERTORICAN DANCING....
.

LOS DINARES NO SON UN PROGRAMA FEDERAL COMO LES HACE CREER JAMES MENDEZ !!!!

EL UTILIZA LA COMBINACION DE LA FRASE DE "PROGRAMA" BASADO EN QUE EL RATE OFICIAL DEL DINAR DE 1170 Y ES UN "RATE PROGRAMADO POR EL FMI" Y POR "FINCEN" ESTAR FISCALIZANDO LOS DEALERS DE DINARES EN LAS VENTAS DE LOS DINARES ES QUE DICE QUE ES UN PROGRAMA FEDERAL PERO NO LO ES !!!!!

QUE NOS MUESTRE DONCE DICE QUE LOS DINARES SON UN "PROGRAMA FEDERAL" ?

ESTUPIDO !!!!!



lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol!

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