Money Maker Group and Talk Gold, two of the largest Ponzi schemes online have since disappeared from the Internet without information on what happened to them.
There are no proofs of Money Maker Group and talk Gold are related but the timing of the disappearance is not only curious but disturbing to their investors.
Before its ‘collapse’, Money Maker Group used to promise their investors and affiliates at least 1% RoI on their funds daily which tally up to 365% annually.
Money Maker Group claimed its program is intended for “people willing to achieve their financial freedom but unable to do so because they’re not financial experts. money-maker-group.net is a private investment program backed by cash-based investments. We provide a premier range of products to institutional and individual investors”.
“our group is focused on forex, property and other infrastructure assets. We believe that superior investment performance is achieved through a skillful balance of three core attributes: knowledge, experience and adaptability. There is only one way to be on the cutting edge – commitment to innovation. We do our best to achieve a consistent increase in investment performance for our clients, and superior value-add. We pay on daily basis minimum spend is $10 and maximum is $100,000 Use our profitable referral program and earn 20% of ( Referral Deposits )”.
“A way that allows you to participate in worldwide markets, without the complications, while investing the amounts you choose to invest. We have seen many people suffer loses from various internet opportunities that can not meet their promises, thus we feel that there is a need for people like you to make a steady gain in income without risking large amounts of money. Don’t wait hurry up to make your”.
This might be a simple case of collapse and investors of both Money Maker Group and Talk Gold might have to lick their wounds and move on.
Ponzi schemes are bound to collapse no matter how far or early they in their lifespan. The message is simple for investors if it sounds too good to be true, it is not true.