‘Achieve Community’ Huckster Rodney Blackburn In New Ponzi-Board HYIP Scam: Rockfeller Asset Management Limited
UPDATED 9:54 P.M. ET U.S.A. It’s called “Rockfeller.” Like the massive TelexFree scam in Massachusetts, it is using the address of a Regus office center — only this time the facility is in London.
A Ponzi-board scheme similar to Rockfeller — Profitable Sunrise — may have swindled tens of millions of dollars before disappearing two years ago. While Profitable Sunrise claimed a daily payout of up to 2.7 percent. Rockfeller says it pays up to 5 percent daily.
Note that the scheme’s name is very similar to the name of Rockefeller, the famous American family of financiers and politicians. Scams routinely trade on the names of famous entities or people, sometimes using slight variations of the names.
Speaking in hushed tones in a 9:33 YouTube pitch for Rockfeller today, Rodney Blackburn suggests the “program” is operated by the Rockefeller family.
“Guys, this is a very top-notch, high-quality company,” Blackburn says in a video titled “Rockfeller Asset Management Limited – Review Earn Daily!!!”
“No, I have not talked to the owners of this company. I’m assuming that they’re not going to let me talk to the Rockefellers,” Blackburn says.
The PP Blog this evening sought comment from Sen. Jay Rockefeller through the Council on Foreign Relations. Rockefeller, a West Virginia Democrat, is the former chairman of the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. He retired last month from the Senate and joined the Council on Foreign Relations as a distinguished fellow.
One of his interests is cybersecurity.
The PP Blog is waiting to hear back on its request for comment on the Rockfeller “program.”
Blackburn is promoting multiple schemes with a presence on well-known Ponzi-scheme forums such as MoneyMakerGroup. These include “Achieve Community,” currently the subject of an investigation by the Colorado Division of Securities.
Other “programs” promoted by Blackburn include “BRING THE BACON HOME,” purportedly operating through “Sherilyn” of “Singapore,” and “Trinity Lines,” which is trading on the name of God.
Blackburn also is promoting “Unison Wealth” and other schemes.