I thought I heard it all here on the wonderful Internet, but a few days ago I experienced something new. Apparently there are people that still fall for the same old scams which have been covered on the main stream news stations. The scam I am speaking about is Cash Gifting and the person behind this perculiar operation goes by the name Q. Now don’t get me wrong, he is not responsible for the “cash gifting” idea, as it has actually been around since the 80s. He is responsible for using unique marketing techniques which are edgy and in your face.
At the end of this blog entry I will include some of the videos he uses to entice perspective members into joining this virtual pyramid scheme. The idea of cash gifting has to do with joining a program like Q’s and sending cash in a box people which have joined the program before you. There is also an administration fee for being in the program and according to websites I conducted research on, proceeds from every fifth user goes directly to Q! Now get this! This will really get your stomach churning. It costs $6,000 to start.
Now lets get on to my main point, the main domain name which is being used for this scam is TooDamnEasy.com and it has sleazy written all over it. Apparently Q is operating in another country and likes to tell people he is helping them during these tough times. Programs like this have existed since the 80s, but they tend to flourish during bad economic times. What I can’t seem to understand is how someone operating under the alias of Q is capable of getting people to fork over cash. Who in there right mind would believe a person that they can’t see and entrust them with several thousand dollars worth of cash.
I just don’t get it and if I ever get a chance to meet this guy I will make sure he gets slapped with the left hand. And you thought that Hank Alvarez was bad, wait till you get a load of this guy! I’m going to let the videos do the talking. Now I just need to know how this postcard arrived on my stair case! That means someone in my neighborhood probably fell for this program. I truly do feel sorry for those who are desperate enough to join programs of this nature.
If you want a good laugh call (800)320-5645 and input extension 9715. This recorded message is about as funny as it gets. Listen to Q as he pitches on why you should join his scam! This scam artist has no limits and maybe one of these days justice will be served and he too will be forced to make friends behind bars. Something tells me that he won’t be caught anytime soon as he covers his tracks pretty well. Scum like this should have to face serious jail time stealing for hard working people.
I wrote this entry to spread the awareness of such a scam, if you or anyone you know has been effected by this particular scam artist please report it to your local authorities. Although nothing may be done anytime soon at least you can help save another person from being taken advantage of. I leave you with some videos: