JSS Tripler/JustBeenPaid Now Soliciting $20,000 ‘Purchase’ Amid Claim Of $400-Per-Day Payout

EDITOR’S NOTE: The JSS Tripler/JustBeenPaid “program” may have links to the “sovereign citizens” movement. Potentially signaling a change in the “program’s” status quo, JSS/JBP has not posted a recording of its weekly conference call since June 7. As the screen shot below shows, JSS/JBP also now is soliciting “purchases” ranging from $1,000 to $20,000, suggesting the $20,000 purchase will produce a return of $400 a day.

The PP Blog accessed the JSS/JBP website (and the ad captured in the screen shot below) today through an ad on a site known as “ADsactly.com.” An ad for the purported Zeek Rewards MLM “program” also was featured on ADsactly.

Zeek and JSS/JBP are using at least two of the same offshore payment processors: SolidTrustPay and AlertPay (now Payza).

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15 Responses to “JSS Tripler/JustBeenPaid Now Soliciting $20,000 ‘Purchase’ Amid Claim Of $400-Per-Day Payout”

  1. It doesn’t seem anyone is complaining. Everyone is getting paid and has been since it started.

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  2. They are offering returns multiple times of any from most successful investor. Yes, it will end well. Just kidding. It will end as always with ponzies.

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  3. Jon: It doesn’t seem anyone is complaining. Everyone is getting paid and has been since it started.

    Gee, Madoff said the same thing!

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  4. K. Chang:
    same thing!

    And Marsden, McKnight, Bowdion, ad infinitum

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  5. I hope those mods on the JBP Conference Chat will get in trouble, telling empty lies to investors.

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  6. Let’s do the math:

    1) $400 “earnings” per day on a “purchase” of $20,000 is an annualized return of 730 percent (it’s the same rate for other size “purchases” as well).

    2) $20,000 times 730% for one year is $14,600,000.

    3) I think we’ve just found a way to eliminate the U.S. national debt!

    -PWD

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  7. Oops! Decimal in wrong spot in previous comment.

    Starting Amount: $20,000
    Daily Interest Rate: 2%
    Start Date: 6/24/12
    End Date: 6/24/12
    Days In Year: 365
    Interest Earned: $146,000
    Future Value: $166,000
    Annual Percentage Yield: 730%

    Let it accumulate for seven years and it becomes $1,042,400

    So, for a one-time “purchase” of $20,000 one can become a millionaire in seven years!

    There’s no reason to doubt that, is there? Step right up, folks; the line forms to the right…

    Source: http://www.pine-grove.com/online-calculators/simple-interest-calculator.htm

    -PWD

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  8. “JSS/JBP also now is soliciting “purchases” ranging from $1,000 to $20,000, suggesting the $20,000 purchase will produce a return of $400 a day”

    $400/day X 50 = $20,000

    50 days before the “purchaser” covers the $20,000 cost of his purchase and even begins to think about profit.

    At this end of the lifespan of a HYIP ponzi, that’s “bend over and kiss your a** goodbye” territory.

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  9. Well JBP is having a lot of “issues” and all the “I got paid” posts are not drowning out those posting payment issues, payment processor issues, tripler position issues, and even some of them are questioning the “I got paid” posters truthfulness. Toss in the use of the dreaded “P” word, for those of you who do not know what the “P” word is, it is Patience. Not a good sign. Makes you wonder if the wheels are starting to come off the bus?

    With all the money tossed at Fred from those thinking the restart was imminent, and when he did such a blip of a restart, they think they are good for 75 days. If he is forced to do one real soon, there is going to be a lot of really upset members. Not looking good right now.

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  10. I decided to test the JSS Tripler opportunity over 6 months ago. So far, everything is fine. They have had growth issues, but the restarts have performed perfectly converting unsustainable growth into longer term, restructured matrix growth. This seems to keep everything in balance and the company in the black. As far as I’m concerned every part of this program was fully disclosed before I paid one dime. I don’t see what the big deal is when ever detail is disclosed up front? The restart absolutely eliminates any form of ponzi, so I have no idea how people can make that accusation.

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  11. Please before comment try first jbp member at least 5 months; you will understand more than your comments patrric pretty

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  12. jbpmembers: Please before comment try first jbp member at least 5 months; you will understand more than your comments

    I understand all I need to understand about JSS Tripler/JustBeenPaid, jbpmembers.

    It’s an HYIP Ponzi scheme purportedly being led by a former pitchman for the AdSurfDaily Ponzi scheme and numerous other schemes.

    One man who sounded to be an older man told Frederick Mann that he’d recently had a stroke and would like Frederick Mann to help him restore access to his JSS/JBP account. That man got booted off the call.

    A woman who sounded like an older woman with English as her second language told Frederick Mann that she has heart problems and was concerned because she was managing three JSS/JBP accounts that had been hacked a month ago and said her “sister borrowed on her house [to] put money in JBP.”

    I humbly submit, jbpmembers, that those things should concern you — not that JSS/JBP’s annualized return of 730 percent should not be of concern to you.

    Patrick

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  13. Why aren’t you complaining about the Federal Reserve? They use the American people to repay the computer generated dollars handed over to banks, who do the same thing over again. All the debt is a computer entry. By comparison to the dangers of the financial system, programs you cover are like the occasional cold. There are Ponzi schemes, Geitner schemes and Summers scheme.

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  14. *yawn* another one that got in too late and knows he’s not getting his money back. You clowns need a new argument.

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  15. What you guys missed was that unlike all the other programs, JBP has a restart feature, where every 90 days they take triplers and convert them into JBP matrix positions. Why do that do that? Because it slows down them paying you. Hence its why the program has lasted longer than any other program. Its just a really clever way to hide a delay of payment.

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