PurpleSkyz wrote:I sure do hope that those 18000 that have signed up to send this guy their currency think long and hard about doing that.
They won't be doing that until Dave gets paid out from Round 1. So the Round 2 people won't be sending any currency to Dave anytime soon.
Although like ZAP, Dave believes the funds for Round 1 could be here any day now, even before the Santa Ana workshop which is this Saturday.
Some other observations:
On his Oct. 19 radio show Dave states the personal maximum amount to be received in the private exchange is in the low 9 figures (hundreds of millions). If what is received personally is only 20% and 60% goes into escrow, then the escrow account for humanitarian projects could be in the billions.
Dave says they will not just hand out money like candy, yet he also says folks can direct the funds from the escrow account to their own personal foundation to give to friends and family.
Dave believes that there are people who will give to other people, hundreds of millions of dollars to use personally, and billions in an escrow account trusting that they will use it for humanitarian purposes, yet states they can transfer it to their own foundation to give out to whomever they please.
Dave believes that rather than use existing foundations and charities around the world to "get the money moving", they would use highly devalued currencies as a vehicle for distributing these funds, rather than seting up a foundation that would offer grants based on good ideas.
Dave says there are reasons for using the currencies as a vehicle, but he is not at liberty to disclose those reasons.
Lottery prizes are paid out every day, some are quite large, and they never have any problems paying out millions and tens of millions of dollars. So why do these folks proposing to exchange dinar and dong (and some limited Zim) fail to hold up their end of the bargain and then give Dave various excuses including the latest - that the banking system is "not safe"? Most people would conclude that it is fraud.
Dave believes them and all their excuses, whereas common sense says something is wrong with this picture.