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http://DailyCashGifts.com for MoRE information how this cash gifting activity can change your life like it did mine, visit my website and I will see you there, let me help you!Thanks What is cash gifting? April 28, 2008 9:42 AM RSS feed for this thread Subscribe What are the specifics of "Cash Gifting"? All I can figure out is that it is a rip-off Ponzi scheme, but I can't find any specifics. I saw some youtube videos about people getting boatloads of cash in the mail overnight, but some details are interesting. When I google it, I see only asshat promoters of it. The specifics that I wonder about are the similar phrases and logistics of the videos. The basics are that people send large amounts of cash to each other. The cash comes in a UPS envelope, containing a magazine. Inside the magazine is an envelope with the recipient's name on it. Inside that envelope are some legal forms they refer to as "the gifting form" and a "non-compete", with a bunch of cash ($1500 or so). So what are the mechanics of this scam and what other names might it go by? What are those legal forms, and what is the method that these people are using to make it not appear to be a straight pyramid scam? As far as I can tell, this is how most of them work: One individual scammer pretends to be part of a large, successful, non-scam "Cash Gifting Network". They vaguely describe great their system is, and encourage victims to send them money as a gift to join. They make sure to explain that there is no direct payoff to the gift, but that by joining the network the victim will be able to make tons of money. Once a victim sends them a gift, they tell the victim to ask other people for gifts. If the victim complains that they didn't get what they were promised, the scammer notes that the victim gave the money as a gift, and therefore have no legal recourse. I'm not entirely sure, but here in the Caribbean, something seemingly similar happens. http://www.DailyCashGifts.com A group gets together and agrees to take part in this savings/winning ...

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