Attention, Currency traders

Screen Shot 2015-01-18 at 2.06.50 PMReceived this incredible investment opportunity in the mail today and, while I’m temporarily financially embarrassed and can’t take advantage of it, it seems like a perfect vehicle for Forex traders. If you have any money left, that is.

I want you to lend me (or invest) $1,350,000.  $350,000 will be used to purchase 130 Main Street in Rancocas, NJ ( a mixed use property with two apartments and two commercial units, one of which is the local U.S. Post Office) to serve as our office and headquarters for our supported charity, Sickle Cell anemia & Charity, Inc. (SCAACI). [ **** See follow up, below- ED]

$1,000,000 will be used to purchase INSURED*, short (90 day) term notes at 80% discount.  Imagine getting 20% ROI every 90 days!! In six months, we will return your million dollars with no interest. (Although you might ask us the keep it as an investment in a “green” electricity generator that uses no fuel and produces no emissions.)  

Here’s why you should lend the money:

  1. We will get you an income tax deduction for the full amount of the loan (REALLY)*                     
  2. We will give you a corporate bank account that will allow you to do business income tax free.
  3. We will enable you to make major purchases free of sales tax!! (auto, boat, plane, art, jewelry, etc.)
  4. We will help you buy real estate at a substantial discount and enable you to offset capital gain when you sell.
  5. You will be helping a very worthy cause while making money for yourself!
  6. Finally and most important, we will give you the contact so you may purchase these notes yourself!! You can invest as much as you wish and earn 20% every 90 days!! Collaboration with SCAACI can enable the return to be income tax free!

Here is our full use of the money….

  1. Purchase 130 Main Street, Rancocas, NJ to serve as our headquarters. It is a mixed use property with two commercial units and two residential units and produces good rental income. The net rental income is sufficient to make regular mortgage payments.
  2.   Launch a program to help many of the 6,000 Atlantic City casino layoffs (see  We developed this program to help the casino workers but it can help any employee being laid off.

Full details, including a business plan are available upon execution of the attached NDNC and intake sheet. While we plan to use $1,000,000 of your money to buy the aforementioned notes, there is a deeper, long-term purpose. The basis for the discounted notes is a “Green”, portable, electricity generator that uses no fuel and produces no emissions or emissions.  We are already negotiating with the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) to supply all federal agencies with them.  This could be one of those paradigm shifts economists talk about. I also have a Disabled Veteran Owned Business(DVOB)*** to do business solely with government agencies. The DVOB status provides a mandated advantage in doing business with the Fed.  We plan to buy a distributorship from the generator manufacturer to sell these devices to the biggest customer on the planet.  We hope to attract another funding partner for this effort.

*Insured by AIG

***Government Contract Professionals registered with the DLA (CAGE CODE 79RD2)      http://treymand2/

Wm McGill, Phoenix Consulting      609-893-0619    C: 609-284-8606            Fax: 866-734-1191 for details and NDNC, email with “20% Notes” as the subject.  All questions submitted via email be answered.


*** Follow up:the property is currently listed for sale for $325,000.


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4 responses to “Attention, Currency traders

  1. weakleyhollow

    What could possibly go wong?

  2. Rosst

    Pray tell what the heck do you know about currency traders? Seems the big scam is real estate. As in charging a muppet 5 pct for the privilege.

    • AJ

      I think the boy has a history in a past life of holding them upside down by the heels and shaking their pockets dry as recompense for their sins.

  3. housecat

    Damnit, did dat bitch just bogart my email scam?