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Jjptr forexI'm Khen. I'm one of the victims of JJPTR's ponzi scheme. I invested $1,000 (Php 52,000) in November 2016 and $1,000 (Php 53,000) for my wife in March 2017. A total of $2,000. I never profited. They offer withdrawable capital but now (as of April 27, 2017), we cannot withdraw our capital anymore. I requested a withdrawal, but they denied my request. But still many investors are hoping. But me? I don't trust JJPTR anymore. Only IDIOTS believe in false hopes or false promises. I know the MINDSET of those who pioneered or who started early in JJPTR and those who are used to this kind of money game. Numb!

(Manhid!). Just for the sake to earn HUGE MONEY in a SHORT PERIOD OF TIME, they will hide the TRUTH from you. They're BLINDED by the MONEY they earn. I'll tell you the truth about JJPTR. Journalists, real financial market traders can spot my point here. So the main concern here is "Is JJPTR a Scam?" JJPTR (JJ Poor to Rich) JJ Global Network Founder. JJPTR's Main Source of Income and Businesses. JJPTR allegedly engages in trading foreign currencies (FOREX trading). Johnson Lee told during his visit here in the Philippines that he has an auto-trading software (robot) that can generate up to 50% profit per month. That's a total of around 500% annual return. Smells fishy, right? JJPTR promises to give 20% interest per month to its investors. So it's a total of 240% annual return.

JJPTR's other businesses are the newly bought hotel Krystal Suites which is not yet fully operational, few restaurants and cafes in Malaysia. JJPTR has a controversial tie-up of a popular media company in Malaysia, the uTopia. At first, I made to believe that JJPTR is real. That its forex trading profit is real. But a month ago after some researches and problems that JJPTR currently faces, I concluded that JJPTR is a scam . That's the truth. JJPTR is scam, a different type of ponzi scheme (pyramiding scheme). You can search the internet about Charles Ponzi, the person who was known and became famous about this fraudulent investment scheme. He became a millionaire in just a few months but later went to jail. JJPTR allegedly earns up to 50% per month in forex trading. Even if it promises to earn up to an average of 30% per month or equivalent to 360% annual return, it's beyond the boundary of the AVERAGE REALISTIC RETURN OF SOME OF THE BIGGEST INVESTMENT COMPANIES IN THE WORLD who engage in trading forex: Soros Fund Management (hedge fund owned by George Soros) - made 22% annual return in 2013 Ex-Goldman Sachs Trader David Tepper made 42% annual return Steven Cohen's SAC Capital made 19% in 2013 - this relatively low return outperformed most other hedge fund traders in the market Carl Icahn's investment fund earned 31% in 2013 James Simons made 19% annual return from his holdings in Citadel Larry Robbins' Glenview Capital hedge fund made 43% net annual return in 2013. Normal realistic return is 1% to 5% per month according to InsiderMonkey. com and A So, those big companies earn around 15% to 40% per year while JJPTR earns around 300% to 500% per year (assuming 30% to 50% monthly return). So, to whom will you believe? Likewise, the first Introducer Broker (IB) in JJPTR Philippines Alexander Soon Uy said this: But how come JJPTR pays all its investors at the start?

In a ponzi scheme, it will pay its investors at the start. But it cannot last. All ponzi scheme has a lifespan depending on the rate of return or daily (monthly) interest they offer. The higher interest, they offer, the shorter its lifespan. JJPTR pioneer (old) investors entice other people to join in the investment program. And those invites are also convinced to join especially if they see that the pioneer investors receive their promised return (profit). The new invites or investors will invite also other people to join. Thus, bringing in more people and more funds in the fraudulent investment scheme. The payout for old investors comes from the pay-in of new investors and top-ups (re-investments).

It's likened to a pyramid structure which is getting bigger. It's also like a time bomb ready to explode when it reaches its time limit (life span). Will JJPTR Last Long? No. JJPTR (version 1) is on the verge of collapse right now. Johnson Lee promises a new complan (compensation plan) which I think urge the members to invest again. He also promises to give all investors' principal (capital) which is not possible. Why? Funds are low. JJPTR scam news now spread in the web. JJPTR members are now hesitant to invest to the new complan. So, where will he get the funds for all investors' capital? Is JJPTR's forex trading in Metatrader (under JJPROFX Account) True? No. It's faked.

Why? Here are my reasons: 1. Around 300 million dollars of investors money is at risk in the market (appeared in MT4) while Johnson Lee is very busy in visiting other countries to launch the opening of new JJPTR branches. He is not afraid to lose that amount of money (if it's real). 2. Johnson Lee doesn't show his forex traders, how skilled they are, and what set-up they have. Just explore in Youtube how giant companies sets-up their computers for trading: 3 . Metatrader trading history can be faked. According to fxfisherman. com, " MetaTrader statements could be faked. The HTML file offers no protection to tampering, both manually by hand and automatically by software. Basically it's just an editable document, nothing more. The fool-proof method to verify the statement is by asking for the investor loginpassword to the MetaTrader account and check the trade history through MetaTrader client terminal by yourself. If I were you, I would also make sure the account is a real-money one, not a demo." "Yes, its relatively simple as the statement is just an HTML file, and many vendor and signals services filter out the losers." (source: goo. glW0JgPH ) Is JJPTR's Metatrader (MT4) Hack True? We already prove that JJPTR's Metatrader (MT4) chart is faked. So, I think it's useless to discuss this issue. If JJPTR's MT4 is true, why is Johnson Lee so CARELESS to keep his password in an UNSAFE PLACE?

But we will rephrase the question into "Is MT4 hackable by other MT4 programmers?" and "Is it possible to hack MT4 to change your trades after? No. According to forexfactory. com, "Directly manipulating your MT4 account is impossible unless you gave someone your password and he would not need to do that through an indicator." "I don't know if it is possible or not, but I can tell you with 100% certainty it would be illegal, and probably wind a person up in prison. And if somehow it didn't, it would still be extremely unethical." "If it would be possible, we would be all rich since long time!" source: goo. glMYQE55, goo. glELJ02q Since I'm here in the Philippines, who are the people behind JJPTR Philippines? JJPTR Philippines Officials and Staff. JJPTR in the Philippines has around 7,000 total members. These are the people who operate JJPTR in the Philippines. They're using the corporate name RVMRF Credit Corporation. RVMRF stands for Reynan, Vilma, Marites, Reggie, Fren. Reynan D. Sison - Introducer Broker (IB) and President Vilma Ramos Leonida - Admin and Vice President Darius Leonida - General Manager Marites - Accountant Fren Ellis - Admin Assitant Arthur Casaljay - Staff and Beautician Emily "Emz" Ramos - Staff Chandy Lao aka Andy Hao - FB Police Myrgel Abilong - FB Police Reggie - I don't know this person but he is involved with RVMRF. JJPTR Philippines Office.

JJPTR PHILIPPINES BANK ACCOUNTS. In JJPTR, your capital is withdrawable anytime. But as of now, you cannot withdraw your capital anymore. If you're one of the victims of JJPTR, you can file a complainT to the following: Police NBI Private Lawyer And report to SEC the following: Wala tayong pinirmihan na papel na we accept the risk of loss. Ang offer nila is WITHDRAWABLE ANG CAPITAL ANYTIME. Heto po mga COMPLAINTS natin sa NBI, POLICE AT SEC: 1. Hindi tayo makapagwithdraw ng capital. 2. RVMRF Credit Corporation is operating JJPTR in the Philippines and collects investments to the public which is against the law. RVMRF Credit Corp. has no license to sell securities or investments. Their SEC registration will be revoked or suspended if SEC finds out they collect investments in the public. Report RVMRF Credit Corporation to SEC that RVMRF is operating operating a ponzi scheme and acting as an agent in collecting investments in the public. Investment promises to give 20% interest per month.

What to bring: deposit slips, xerox or scan copy of deposit slip pictures of the JJPTR Philippines Officials and Staff picture of JJPTR Philippines Office Or you may call President Duterte Hotline Numbers: 8888. You may also call or report to Tulfo, media (ABS-CBN, GMA, PTV4, TV5, etc.). Are you one of the victims of JJPTR? Do you want to withdraw your capital? Just tell us in the comment below. If you like this article, we would really appreciate if you share this on Facebook, Twitter, or on any social media channels. Every share makes a huge difference and helps us write more articles like these. Thank You! A few days ago we published an article on Aureus Capital – a suspected Forex ponzi scheme which made more than a thousand investors US$20 million poorer. Since then, quite a number of readers have reached out to us asking for our opinion on JJPTR – a Forex investment company based in Malaysia. JJPTR stands for ????? (Saving the Ordinary People).

Founded by self-professed Forex trading guru Johnson Lee, it claims of a noble mission to help ordinary people make a passive income through Forex trading. Basically, an investor simply has to open an account with JJPTR, deposit some cash into their designated bank account and every month he will make a returns of 20% on his invested capital. Well, read on to find out more about JJPTR. Disclaimer – Alpha Play does not want to judge other businesses, but we will present some observations and facts for our readers to make their own conclusion. JJPTR Is Under The MAS Watchlist. JJPTR Gives 20% Returns Per Month. JJPTR Holds Expensive Gala Dinners. JJPTR's Founder Shows His Face. JJPTR Doesn't Ask You To Deposit Your Money Into A Brokerage Firm. JJPTR Is Soliciting Very Little Funds.

In Conclusion. After sharing all the above, we prefer that you make your own judgment on whether JJPTR is a scam or not. Our thoughts are that we should not assume something is not a con job just because it is a registered business entity, the founder dares to show his face or speaks well, it holds expensive gala events and it doesn’t set a high minimum investment criteria. If we were asked if we would invest in JJPTR, our answer is a firm NO . PROTECT YOURSELF FROM FOREX SCAMS. Learn how you can not only avoid Forex scams in our Forex Trading For Beginners Workshop but also learn how to make money in Forex. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR. The Gloom and Doom from the Scrapping of HSR by Mahathir. Rate Hikes – Fed signals 4 rate hikes for 2018… how did the USD move? Profitable Opportunities to Invest in Malaysia Right Now. Ponzis simply use the money coming from new recruits to pay up old members.

They don’t have a legitlive business that are verifiable. With JJPTR, if you’re doubtful, download Metatrader 4 and plug in user ID 700001 and password jjptr888 and see for yourself the running capital and trading history of JJPTR. You can access the Live Account on Saturdays and Sundays. On weekdays they’re locked as they do the actual trading. The CEO would like to show all members that the company is transparent; even their losing trades are there. As of today their capital is now $482 Million and running profit for the year is $219 Million. In addition, JJPTR deposits your money direct to your bank account, you cannot compound them or auto-reinvest. It is a safety net for added peace of mind lowering your risk as you receive your profit on your bank account. You can also withdraw your money “anytime”, no lock up with a minimal 1% processing fee. Also, JJPTR only pays commissions on single level (direct referral). They don’t pay referrals of your referrals like many networking companies do. They control the flow of money. Lastly, even if the company is on a watchlist, that does not automatically mean that it’s a scam.

It just means proceed with caution. With JJPTR, on your first 6 months, you are not allowed to invest more than $1000 and on your 6 month you already received your full capital in your bank (20%month x 6 months = 120%). You have fully received the capital you invested and after that are all profits. Hi Norma, you have probably heard of JJPTR’s recent debacle where Johnson Lee claimed that JJPTR’s trading account was ‘hacked’ into and 500 million Ringgit was lost purposely through trading in a matter of hours. If you are interested, we have written a detailed report regarding our thoughts on the matter – alphaplay. com. sgthe-fall-of-jjptr. A possible reason why investors are not allowed to compound or auto-reinvest is to prevent the fund size from getting too big, such that JJPTR would be forced to either get in more members at a quicker pace or wind up the game earlier (if it is a ponzi scheme). Anyway, a lot of people still seem to be in strong support of Johnson Lee and his organization. If you are a victim, we hope you come to your senses and do the right thing by reporting this to the police. Hi Alphaplay, please share this article to as much people as possible to prevent them from being scammed over and over again. Education is key for people to reject these schemes. If there is no participation, then the scams would NOT be so successful in the first place. JJPTR has been a well planned masterminded scam from Day 1. Is JJPTR really hacked ?

Read more about it here insider-scams-exposed. blogspot. com201705jjptr-hacked. html. Its certainly a scam. They just paid me 3 months dividends and stopped afterwards. Cant contact anyone, my capital is gone. They juat use new investors to pay older investers and so on until the wholw thing cracks and then they rename their websitr to JJJPTR instead of JJPTR and so on…. US Search Mobile Web. Welcome to the Yahoo Search forum! We’d love to hear your ideas on how to improve Yahoo Search . The Yahoo product feedback forum now requires a valid Yahoo ID and password to participate.

You are now required to sign-in using your Yahoo email account in order to provide us with feedback and to submit votes and comments to existing ideas. If you do not have a Yahoo ID or the password to your Yahoo ID, please sign-up for a new account. If you have a valid Yahoo ID and password, follow these steps if you would like to remove your posts, comments, votes, andor profile from the Yahoo product feedback forum. Last updated 24 Oct 2017 | Published on 20 May 2017 | Scams. JJPTR Forex Scam. JJPTR Forex Scam. JJPTR, also known as JJ Poor to Rich is an investment company that claims the funds from investors will be traded in the forex market. These funds are used as trading capital by the corporation on behalf of the investors. The company promised to offer a return of 20 percent per month to investors, which is unrealistic, as it had been observed earlier with Maxim Trader that struggled to pay a monthly 8 percent return to its investors, and ended up collapsing. It also claims to offer a 5 percent commission to members who brings in an additional member into the company.

The company was incorporated by Johnson Lee in Penang, Malaysia. It claims to operate in Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines and more countries such as Australia. It’s high monthly return on investment has made it spread widely especially in Facebook groups and even financial meetings. Typically a Ponzi scheme, where it uses funds of the new members to pay high values to current members, Its sustainability depends on the rate at which it attracts new members into the scheme by asking for small investment quantum, It targets those who are inexperienced in investment ventures and avoids registration with regulatory authorities. JJPTR Saga. Company Name : JJPTR Founder : Johnson Lee Website : jjptr. com Investment Amount : $50 to $1,000 deposit. JJPTR claims to be able to earn to 50% per month with their forex trading system. It means that within a year, they are able to earn up to 600% per year. The world’s best traders results averaged about 20% to over 40% annually. JJPTR held lavish dinners for their investors to attract new investors. With a referral commission of 5% for their members, this strategy attracted a lot of investors.

As long as there’s a constant flow of money coming in, JJPTR is able to pay their existing members the promised returns. On 20th April 2017, investors discovered that they were unable to login to their accounts. Various means to contact the JJPTR went futile. Johnson Lee finally spoke up after a few days of silence. He claimed that JJPTR account was hacked and the perpetrator had lost investor’s money through bad trades. Strangely, Johnson Lee asked the investors not to report the matter to the police and to continue to support him. He drafted out another scheme that promises to return 35% monthly which is higher as compared to the previous return of 20%. On 16th May 2017, Johnson Lee and some of his staff were arrested by the police. What Potential Investors should take note of in future. Before investing in any venture, an individual or company should consider various dimensions concerning the investment opportunity. From JJPTR scam, potential investors should take note of the following to avoid loss: Avoid investments that have been red flagged by financial authorities. JJPTR was not authorized by Singapore’s Monetary Authority Singapore (MAS) and Malaysia’s Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) to operate any kind of investment activities. Investment schemes like JJPTR excite investors especially the less privileged ones.

JJPTR claims to offer higher Return on Investment enticed many individuals before its fall. It is advisable for potential investors to carry out a thorough research on the company of interest before being carried away by higher interest offered. It makes no sense that in a market where a majority of the firms, even those perform better can only manage to generate 20% to 40% percent returns yearly, another one claims to offer 20 percent per month. And even still dare to promise a return of almost 35 percent per monthly in the future. Therefore, one need to be keen and consider various factors before investing. Diversification of Investments. Potential investors should avoid investing heavily in one basket. To avoid loss, investors should spread out their funds to a well-chosen set of investment within a particular asset category. When one investment ends up to be a scam or losses, you do not lose everything. Conclusion. It is therefore important to consider all the above factors when making an investment decision. Also, it is important to make sure that the relevant regulatory authority has registered the investment company of your choice and it adheres to all the rules and regulations put in place by the body. JJPTR Review – A Ponzi Scam or Legit Investment? JJPTR Review : JJPTR, also known as JJ Poor to Rich, is an investment company founded by Johnson Lee in Penang, Malaysia. The company offers high-return investment that promises 20% monthly profits on their participants’ capital.

It has enjoyed a growing presence in Malaysia and Singapore since early 2016. The investment amount ranges from $50 to $1,000 USD, but don’t rush head-on into the scheme before understanding its inner working. In this JJPTR review, I’ll talk about its investment structure, the promises given by Johnson and his company, some obvious red flags, as well as my experience with similar schemes that should be enough to deter you from the scheme. Name : JJPTR Website : jjptr. com Owner : Johnson Lee Price : $50 to $1,000 deposit. Recommended? NOT RECOMMENDED (full list of all reviewed scams) JJPTR Review: What is JJPTR? JJPTR claims to be a global company. JJ Poor to Rich, better known as JJPTR is a high profile investment company that has appeared all over the local Facebook groups and investment forums for their extremely high monthly ROI of 20%. They claim to operate in Malaysia, Singapore, Australia, Brunei and multiple other countries with over 120,000 members and $95mil USD under their management.

They also claim to be a Forex investment company that derive their returns purely from trading profits. Keep in mind that even the best fund managers in the world do not achieve this level of profits consistently. JJPTR promises extremely high returns on investment. It’s easy to join – fork out a minimum of $50 and you’ll secure yourself a membership, where you can enjoy a guaranteed $10 monthly return. Invest $1,000 and you’ll get $200 monthly profits. Active members are also promised an extra 5% commission for an additional member that they bring in. Obviously this sounds too good to be true, but it’s easy to get drawn into the money game if you are inexperienced with Ponzi schemes. In fact, JJPTR is not the first company that operates under this scheme. The scheme itself dates way back to 1920 . A Ponzi scheme uses the investment funds of new members to pay the high returns of the previous members. As long as the fresh investments outpace the promised monthly profits, a Ponzi scheme can usually sustain itself. Typically, a Ponzi scheme promises well above average-return on the original investment using vague verbal constructs such as “hedge fund trading”, “Forex investment” or “high-yield investment programs”. The main goal is to lure investors by taking advantage on their lack of investment knowledge or competence. Members are often kept in the dark, even after they have invested money into the scheme.

Members may be given a daily or weekly trading statement (which can be fabricated) with high returns to boost their confidence and keep them in the scheme, but it is merely a move to attract new investors and to lure current investors into adding more investment funds. The company doesn’t even have to spend on advertising, as members who are enticed by the 5% introducer’s commission effectively become promoters to the scheme and bring in new members continuously. JJPTR’s presence is growing rapidly. As of April 2017, JJPTR is still rising in popularity (especially in Malaysia), which means the participation rate of new members still outpaces the rate of withdrawal of current members. As long as there is a supply of fresh money into the scheme, JJPTR can continue to pay out the promised returns and organize events (such as elaborate Gala Dinners) to attract new investors. However, there will be a point where new investments slow down and the company starts having problems paying the promised returns. This is typically the tipping point for the scheme where it starts falling apart. Such liquidity crisis often trigger panics, as more people start asking for money withdrawal, which is similar to a bank run. Relying on a dangerous schemes with extremely high passive returns is never a good way to make money. If you want to build side income, consider building your own online business instead. Red Flags in JJPTR Investment Scheme. There are red flags that we can observe for these schemes, but most people who have invested into the idea and vehicle simply choose to ignore them. Again, these red flags apply not only to JJPTR, but to any investments and business opportunities that you may come across in the future. Scrutinize and consider every opportunity rationally to protect yourself from other Ponzi schemes, because new ones are bound to appear eventually.

With that said, here are some of the major red flags we can observe from JJPTR: Unauthorized by both Malaysia’s Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) and Singapore’s Monetary Authority Singapore (MAS) to conduct any kind of investment management activities. . The investor’s alert list by monetary authorities is often a good indicator for an investment company’s credibility. While it is not a blacklist, it serves as a wake-up call for investors and would-be investors to keep away from unlicensed and unauthorized investment schemes. . Most Forex investment companies that are marked by BNM and MAS are often revealed to be Ponzi schemes, including the infamous SingliForex and Maxim investment schemes that were active in Singapore circa 2014 – 2016. . Make it a point to check BNM and MAS websites before you invest into any new scheme that seems to promise higher than expected returns. More often than not, they have already been listed on the investor’s alert list. . Classic signs of a Ponzi scheme’s collapse. . On 22nd April 2017, JJPTR’s founder Johnson Lee shared a lengthy WeChat post admitting that the company’s trading account was hacked, resulting in RM500mil in losses. . But is it real? Nobody knows, but this can be an early sign of a Ponzi scheme’s collapse. Time and time again, unauthorized investment companies claim to be attacked by external parties, resulting in their collapse and having problems fulfilling their promises to their investors. . Of course, most of these are cover-ups and an easy way out for Ponzi scheme fraudsters when the scheme can no longer sustain itself.

. Malaysian media has visited JJPTR’s branch in Penang to get an explanation, only to find that it was shut down. . Investors are completely unprotected. . As mentioned earlier, since JJPTR is unauthorized by both BNM and MAS, the company is unregulated and investors are unprotected by the law. . JJPTR does not ask investors to set up a third party broker account and deposit their money there. Instead they are asked to deposit the investment funds into a JJPTR bank account. . This essentially means that the investors’ money is at JJPTR’s mercy. . Since their operation in May 2015, JJPTR has never once issued an official annual financial statement, leaving their investors in the dark. . There’s no telling when the scheme will collapse, but when it does, the investors will be the ones to lose money. Even now, there are a lot of JJPTR members vouching for the company’s authenticity. They claim to have withdrawn more than what they have invested and therefore enjoying free profits every single month. If you are one of them, good for you, as you are on the top half of the pyramid.

But refrain yourself from investing more or introducing new members into the scheme, or you are only creating more victims. Ponzi schemes typically collapse within 2 to 5 years, so JJPTR’s days may be numbered. My Experience with Ponzi Scheme. I’m not proud to admit that I have once invested into an elaborate Ponzi scheme disguised as a Forex investment company, losing $5,000 USD in the process. The said scheme was SingliForex, which operated mainly in Singapore. Unfortunately, I was naive and had limited understanding on Forex market as a whole, and I was convinced of its “potential” when the founder pitched it against me. I withdrew some of my profits early on with no issues, which boosted my confidence in the investment opportunity. Well, for a moment I thought I have found the holy grail of investment. The modus operandi of the scam was eerily similar to JJPTR, with a guaranteed 8% monthly ROI and a daily statement to show the paper profits from MT4 accounts. Of course, these statements have been manipulated and there was no real trades conducted at all. In 2015, it was put on the alert list of MAS but I did not pay much attention to it. In 2016, SingliForex’s bank account was frozen and none of the members was able to withdraw their profits. I had more than $6,000 USD in my account, with $1,000 of them as paper profits. Since then, I’ve made multiple attempts to contact the company’s representatives and the founder to get my money back. Needless to say, the Ponzi scheme has collapsed and the founder simply vanished.

I never got my money back. I took it as a lesson and moved on. The thing is, there’s no free lunch in the world, and by now you should have realized it. There will be a day when JJPTR collapses as a Ponzi scheme, so save yourself some troubles and stay away from the elaborate scam. If you want to make money from investments, please choose to educated yourself on proper investment vehicles. Learning more about index funds will be a good start. Bottomline: JJPTR is a Ponzi Scheme. JJPTR is an elaborate Ponzi scheme. I strongly advise you to stay away from the scam if you don’t want to lose your hard-earned money. You’ll be better off spending that money for a nice dinner with your family than to waste it on a scheme like this. Learn about real investment vehicles if you want to enjoy passive income. Of course, keep your expectations in check. 20% monthly ROI is simply ridiculous. However, if you are interested to learn some skills and build a sustainable income from the internet, I have a recommendation below.

Read Review of the Most Recommended Internet Business Opportunity Here. Have you encountered any other scams before? Personally I’ve fallen for a few before coming across the legitimate one, so let us know in the comments below if you have any personal experience to share! Earn 20% Monthly on JJPTR Global Forex Investment. Now a days Forex Trading especially Binary Option is most popular Forex Trading and has more than $5 Trillion USD transaction per day around the world. On this investment if you are not expert trader you will lost all your millions in one day however if you are an Expert Trader you will become millionairewealthy and one of this Expert Trader is Johnson Lee, he is the Founder of JJPTR who visited our country last 29 Oct. 2016 from Malaysia. He is very open and transparent Guy and You can rely on his expertise on Forex Trading and His vision is to make Poor person become Rich (Especially Employees who live from paycheck to paycheck) that is why JJPTR was created and JJPTR means came from his Father’s Name (John) and Sister’s Name (Jane) and PTR means Poor To Rich. His company JJPTR Global Investment Network is inviting all Filipino Investors who will invest their Savings from a minimum of $25 (P1.325K) to a maximum of $1,000 (P53K) see table below and he will give you capital gain of 20% monthly profit and if you want to refer somebody you can get 5% commission monthly as long as the capital is not pull out and these monthly profit and commission are deposited directly to your assigned bank accounts in the Philippines. According to Robert Kiyosaki There are four categories of people who are earning money as follows; one category is employee (This kind of earning you are bound to eight hours daily and your earning is limited, second category is self-employed on this scenario you are still working but your earning is limited only because you are single or maybe few are working with you, the third category is business man on this scenario you are still working and manage the business if you are clever you can gain profit but if not you will bankrupt and most problems although you have staff but you need still need to exert efforts and think deeply and report to work regularly because if you will not report your business might be failed and the fourth or last category is Investor the concept being investor is you let your money grows and works for you and even you are not reporting to the company or business and has a unlimited income and i call this SMART Investing and putting our money to the Expert is smart decision as far as I knew in America there are a lot of millionaires and investors and they put their millions to Hedge Funds and manage by the Experts and their capital grows faster. In JJPTR you just only put your money to invest and Johnson Lee and His Team of Expert Trader trade our money and each investor can invest with a minimum $25 or P1,350 and maximum of $1K or P53,000 and the policy of this investment is good for 18 months and you can top up or double your capital every six months from the amount of $25 to $1000 (see table above) to double your capital and there is no problem to withdraw your initial capital anytime from JJPTR only they will deduct 1% processing charge and you can expect to receive your capital within a week to get your capital back. When it comes to Forex Trading This Man is a Genius, Teacher and Expert. Today (14 Dec. 2016) Philippines has grown 10,000 plus members and 18 Countries are participating members. On this investment strategy they keep growing around the world because JJPTR is Global Investment Network and as of 14 Dec. 2016 they have 146.68 Million USD total capital + MTP4 and having 207,770 members or participants around the world (see photo below) With Regards To JJPTR Registration and License Please See Below Their Malaysia’s License: There are online and offline Businessmen outside or Naysayers reported that JJPTR is a SCAM and SCARY because of 240% returned per year and 100% Risk but don’t you know that all Business and Investment have all Risk and have small return but not in the case of Forex Business which you can earn more than 240% or even higher every year. The most advantage of JJPTR is they manage their Risk. You will be SCARY or AFRAID if you invest in someone else and promise to give you 20% return monthly profit but you don’t know where they put or bring your Capital in or what business they are doing.

Here in JJPTR at least we knew where they invest our capital and where they get our profits from. For me I knew Forex Trading how it works and I research this company for three months if it is legit and so far based on my research I didn’t see that JJPTR is a Ponzi Scam because they are legit company who invest in Forex Trading (Please see their Forex Broker’s Arm: jjprofx. comindex. phpen) and I didn’t hear any negatives from Filipino members and who did not able to get their profits monthly every Filipinos are very happy because of what they received monthly 20% returned passive income (See Facebook JJPTR Team Phillipines: facebook. comgroups1073487452715540) and for me and my family we decided to invest total of $4,000 USD (P212K) what I did is I invest first myself of maximum of $1K (P53K) and referred my wife and 2 kids to get the 5% commission of their $3K (P159K) maximum Investment capital and we are getting 21% or (P44,650) Monthly Profit Returned directly deposited to our assigned bank accounts. To show confident on the public please see one of the Investors of JJPTR name Cesar Salaum Jr of His Honest Reviewed below of JJPTR Five (5) days transaction ( From 31 Oct. to 4 Nov. 2016) jjprofx. comindex. phpen; As you can see, you can even log-in to the trading platform of JJPTR forex trading and view its trading activitieshistory jjprofx. comindex. phpen . You can see how profitable the trading is, losses are minimized.

As of November 19, 2016, I logged in to JJPTR trading platorm and viewed its trading account history, it accumulated a total of over 18 million dollars profit from October 31, 2016 to November 18, 2016 of trading forex. And Now Latest Reviewed by Cesar Salaum Jr. from (26 Nov. to 3 Dec. 2016) How JJPTR Earned $9.10 Million USD Profit in just five (5) days jjprofx. comindex. phpen ; With regards to JJPTR Founder Johnson Lee please see his photo below and background before he become successful; Johnson Lee established JJ Global Network. He was born in California in 1989. During high school, he scored good grades in both Maths and Science, but he did not manage to pass Malay language. Therefore there was no university to offer him a place in 2009. His parents sold their house in Malaysia and send both his sister and him to USA for studies. After one year in USA, he had spent all his money. He then became a private math tutor to earn a living. He gave private tuition to Chinese people and he earned 20k usd in 4 months time due to some reasons. He did not manage to apply for financial aids. So he worked 3 part time jobs per day. After 3 months, he felt sick. He lost all his friends and network since he joined network marketing business.

He was stubborn and did not want to go back Malaysia to work. That’s why he started to look for Binary options and forex from the Internet. In 6 months time, he started JJBINARY (binary option investment). Unfortunately, he lost all the money in a very short period. His mom sponsored him a 3k usd and he was forced to work in a Casino within 6 months, he got a big improvement in risk management and also emotion control. He found a new strategy for binary option and a strategy called “sure fire ” from the Internet. He started to enrol in forex & stocks training course. In 2014, he was back in Malaysia because of fate, he met a trader who is a financial market veteran and they became friends. That friend introduced him to other several professional traders and high net worth financial investors. And JJPTR strategy was created since then.

In 2015 May, JJPTR was “born” How does JJPTR Company Earn So Much in FOREX Trading? JJPTR professional traders utilize strategic trading. Even in downward trend (bearish market), JPPTR’s trading strategy can still profit in that trend. They’re using the “surefire”, “anti-surefire” and martingale strategy combined with technical analysis indicators (with focus on candlestick, heiken-ashi and renko) and with knowledge on the fundamentals of the forex market (see screenshots above). They have also an auto-trading system that is highly profitable and generates up to 50% monthly return. Trading EURUSD currencies even if the trend is downward, JJPTR can still profit with it’s strategic trading. Stock and forex traders know this. For video live presentation of Johnson Lee JJPTR Founder conducts lecture to all Filipino Investors on how he earned on Forex Trading Exchange. Click the Video Below NOW! This company is dedicated to the poor people who wants to achieve financial freedom. How the JJPTR Investment Works? If you invest in JJPTR, your money will be invested to the forex market thru its professional and skilled traders. Investment ranges from a minimum of 25 (USD) to a maximum of 1,000 (USD). You investment will earn 20% profit per month.

This 20% profit will be deposited to your bank account. No extra work needed from you. No selling. No recruiting. Let your money work for you. If you invest $1,000, you can earn $200 monthly profit. It will be deposited to your bank account. If you live in the Philippines, the company set the peso-dollar rate for pay-in which is Php53 per $1 (US dollar). While peso-dollar rate for payout is Php47 per $1 . So, if you invest $1,000 (capital) which is equivalent to Php53,000 (1,000 x Php 53= Php53,000), you will receive Php9,400 per month. That amount will be deposited directly to your bank account. See the table below for the investment threshold and their corresponding profit per month. If you are interested to joint here are the procedure are below; 1posit your capital from $25 (P1.325K) to $1,000 (P53K). And deposit or transfer the account to Reynan Sison who is the sole broker in the Philippine given authority by JJPTR (Please click this jjptr. com website now and you will see his name as the only Philippine Representative) And for the Wire Remittance Abroad Vilma Ramos Leonida, she’s the Secretary of Reynan Sison. If you become a JJPTR Investor you will be able to joint the Facebook Group JJPTR Philippine Team or click this link facebook.

comgroups1073487452715540 2. After deposit or Transfer the amount you invested into the bank account of Reynan Sison, Write down your Full Name on the Transfer or Deposit slip and submit to me or Reynan Sison or to Vilam Ramos Leonida for approval within 24 hours. 3. Submit also one scanned copy of Government ID or Passport. Below are the acceptable ID; 4. Submit Also You Bank Account Name and Bank Account Savings Number to where the Monthly Profit and Monthly Commission To Be Deposited. 5. Submit Your Home Address and Contact Telephone Number and Email Address. 6. Once We received all your documents (DepositTranfer Slips, Government ID, Bank Account, Mobile Number and Email address) I will register you using my affliate link jjptr. comaf214296 and wait for 24 hours approval from Reynan Sison (Philippine Broker) and Vilma Ramos Leonida (ReynanJJPTR Philippine’s Secretary). 7. After Approval, You will received your Agen’t ID and Password or Affiliate Link. And You can see your JJPTR Online or Profile Account including your downlines if you have any to refer. After this, you will wait for the schedule of Payout from the Reynan Sison or Vilma Ramos Leonida schedule date of release below; If you deposit on. Period Date JJPTR Received ProfitCommission Release Period. 1st Batch: 31st-9th day of this month >>>>>>> 10th – 15th day (Profit) and 16th-17th day (Commission) of Next Month. 2nd Batch: 10th-19th day of this month>>>>>> 2oth – 25th day (Profit) and 26th-27th day (Commission) of Next Month. 3rd Batch: 20th - 29th day of this month >>>>> 30th-5th day (Profit) and 6th-7th day (Commission) of Next Month. I'm Khen.

I'm one of the victims of JJPTR's ponzi scheme. I invested $1,000 (Php 52,000) in November 2016 and $1,000 (Php 53,000) for my wife in March 2017. A total of $2,000. I never profited. They offer withdrawable capital but now (as of April 27, 2017), we cannot withdraw our capital anymore. I requested a withdrawal, but they denied my request. But still many investors are hoping. But me? I don't trust JJPTR anymore. Only IDIOTS believe in false hopes or false promises. I know the MINDSET of those who pioneered or who started early in JJPTR and those who are used to this kind of money game. Numb! (Manhid!). Just for the sake to earn HUGE MONEY in a SHORT PERIOD OF TIME, they will hide the TRUTH from you. They're BLINDED by the MONEY they earn. I'll tell you the truth about JJPTR.

Journalists, real financial market traders can spot my point here. So the main concern here is "Is JJPTR a Scam?" JJPTR (JJ Poor to Rich) JJ Global Network Founder. JJPTR's Main Source of Income and Businesses. JJPTR allegedly engages in trading foreign currencies (FOREX trading). Johnson Lee told during his visit here in the Philippines that he has an auto-trading software (robot) that can generate up to 50% profit per month. That's a total of around 500% annual return. Smells fishy, right? JJPTR promises to give 20% interest per month to its investors.

So it's a total of 240% annual return. JJPTR's other businesses are the newly bought hotel Krystal Suites which is not yet fully operational, few restaurants and cafes in Malaysia. JJPTR has a controversial tie-up of a popular media company in Malaysia, the uTopia. At first, I made to believe that JJPTR is real. That its forex trading profit is real. But a month ago after some researches and problems that JJPTR currently faces, I concluded that JJPTR is a scam . That's the truth. JJPTR is scam, a different type of ponzi scheme (pyramiding scheme). You can search the internet about Charles Ponzi, the person who was known and became famous about this fraudulent investment scheme. He became a millionaire in just a few months but later went to jail. JJPTR allegedly earns up to 50% per month in forex trading. Even if it promises to earn up to an average of 30% per month or equivalent to 360% annual return, it's beyond the boundary of the AVERAGE REALISTIC RETURN OF SOME OF THE BIGGEST INVESTMENT COMPANIES IN THE WORLD who engage in trading forex: Soros Fund Management (hedge fund owned by George Soros) - made 22% annual return in 2013 Ex-Goldman Sachs Trader David Tepper made 42% annual return Steven Cohen's SAC Capital made 19% in 2013 - this relatively low return outperformed most other hedge fund traders in the market Carl Icahn's investment fund earned 31% in 2013 James Simons made 19% annual return from his holdings in Citadel Larry Robbins' Glenview Capital hedge fund made 43% net annual return in 2013. Normal realistic return is 1% to 5% per month according to InsiderMonkey. com and A So, those big companies earn around 15% to 40% per year while JJPTR earns around 300% to 500% per year (assuming 30% to 50% monthly return).

So, to whom will you believe? Likewise, the first Introducer Broker (IB) in JJPTR Philippines Alexander Soon Uy said this: But how come JJPTR pays all its investors at the start? In a ponzi scheme, it will pay its investors at the start. But it cannot last. All ponzi scheme has a lifespan depending on the rate of return or daily (monthly) interest they offer. The higher interest, they offer, the shorter its lifespan. JJPTR pioneer (old) investors entice other people to join in the investment program. And those invites are also convinced to join especially if they see that the pioneer investors receive their promised return (profit). The new invites or investors will invite also other people to join. Thus, bringing in more people and more funds in the fraudulent investment scheme. The payout for old investors comes from the pay-in of new investors and top-ups (re-investments). It's likened to a pyramid structure which is getting bigger. It's also like a time bomb ready to explode when it reaches its time limit (life span).

Will JJPTR Last Long? No. JJPTR (version 1) is on the verge of collapse right now. Johnson Lee promises a new complan (compensation plan) which I think urge the members to invest again. He also promises to give all investors' principal (capital) which is not possible. Why? Funds are low. JJPTR scam news now spread in the web. JJPTR members are now hesitant to invest to the new complan. So, where will he get the funds for all investors' capital? Is JJPTR's forex trading in Metatrader (under JJPROFX Account) True? No. It's faked. Why? Here are my reasons: 1. Around 300 million dollars of investors money is at risk in the market (appeared in MT4) while Johnson Lee is very busy in visiting other countries to launch the opening of new JJPTR branches. He is not afraid to lose that amount of money (if it's real). 2. Johnson Lee doesn't show his forex traders, how skilled they are, and what set-up they have. Just explore in Youtube how giant companies sets-up their computers for trading: 3 . Metatrader trading history can be faked. According to fxfisherman.

com, " MetaTrader statements could be faked. The HTML file offers no protection to tampering, both manually by hand and automatically by software. Basically it's just an editable document, nothing more. The fool-proof method to verify the statement is by asking for the investor loginpassword to the MetaTrader account and check the trade history through MetaTrader client terminal by yourself. If I were you, I would also make sure the account is a real-money one, not a demo." "Yes, its relatively simple as the statement is just an HTML file, and many vendor and signals services filter out the losers." (source: goo. glW0JgPH ) Is JJPTR's Metatrader (MT4) Hack True? We already prove that JJPTR's Metatrader (MT4) chart is faked. So, I think it's useless to discuss this issue. If JJPTR's MT4 is true, why is Johnson Lee so CARELESS to keep his password in an UNSAFE PLACE? But we will rephrase the question into "Is MT4 hackable by other MT4 programmers?" and "Is it possible to hack MT4 to change your trades after? No. According to forexfactory. com, "Directly manipulating your MT4 account is impossible unless you gave someone your password and he would not need to do that through an indicator.

" "I don't know if it is possible or not, but I can tell you with 100% certainty it would be illegal, and probably wind a person up in prison. And if somehow it didn't, it would still be extremely unethical." "If it would be possible, we would be all rich since long time!" source: goo. glMYQE55, goo. glELJ02q Since I'm here in the Philippines, who are the people behind JJPTR Philippines? JJPTR Philippines Officials and Staff. JJPTR in the Philippines has around 7,000 total members. These are the people who operate JJPTR in the Philippines. They're using the corporate name RVMRF Credit Corporation. RVMRF stands for Reynan, Vilma, Marites, Reggie, Fren. Reynan D. Sison - Introducer Broker (IB) and President Vilma Ramos Leonida - Admin and Vice President Darius Leonida - General Manager Marites - Accountant Fren Ellis - Admin Assitant Arthur Casaljay - Staff and Beautician Emily "Emz" Ramos - Staff Chandy Lao aka Andy Hao - FB Police Myrgel Abilong - FB Police Reggie - I don't know this person but he is involved with RVMRF. JJPTR Philippines Office. JJPTR PHILIPPINES BANK ACCOUNTS. In JJPTR, your capital is withdrawable anytime. But as of now, you cannot withdraw your capital anymore.

If you're one of the victims of JJPTR, you can file a complainT to the following: Police NBI Private Lawyer And report to SEC the following: Wala tayong pinirmihan na papel na we accept the risk of loss. Ang offer nila is WITHDRAWABLE ANG CAPITAL ANYTIME. Heto po mga COMPLAINTS natin sa NBI, POLICE AT SEC: 1. Hindi tayo makapagwithdraw ng capital. 2. RVMRF Credit Corporation is operating JJPTR in the Philippines and collects investments to the public which is against the law. RVMRF Credit Corp. has no license to sell securities or investments. Their SEC registration will be revoked or suspended if SEC finds out they collect investments in the public. Report RVMRF Credit Corporation to SEC that RVMRF is operating operating a ponzi scheme and acting as an agent in collecting investments in the public. Investment promises to give 20% interest per month. What to bring: deposit slips, xerox or scan copy of deposit slip pictures of the JJPTR Philippines Officials and Staff picture of JJPTR Philippines Office Or you may call President Duterte Hotline Numbers: 8888. You may also call or report to Tulfo, media (ABS-CBN, GMA, PTV4, TV5, etc.). Are you one of the victims of JJPTR? Do you want to withdraw your capital? Just tell us in the comment below.

If you like this article, we would really appreciate if you share this on Facebook, Twitter, or on any social media channels. Every share makes a huge difference and helps us write more articles like these. Thank You! Too good to be true: all the hallmarks of a Ponzi scheme. Collapse of JJPTR, the country’s biggest forex trading entity Alleged hacking job, investors risk losing as much as RM500 million Company not licensed to solicit investments from public JJPTR on Bank Negara’s Financial Consumer Alert list Founder Johnson Lee, 28, to reveal plan on May 1 on repaying investors by mid-May Lee said to be still in Penang, exact whereabouts unknown Southern University College in JB, where Lee’s father is a department head, investigating if students invested in scheme. One of the biggest money games in the country, JJ Poor to Rich (JJPTR) has collapsed. The country’s biggest forex trading entity, JJPTR was founded by Johnson Lee, 28. It claims to be an investment company founded in March 2015. Since Saturday, reports of JJPTR accounts being hacked – resulting in a loss of RM500 million and leaving a balance of only US$11,000 – have gone viral, creating panic among many investors. On Feb 20, Securities and Exchange Commissions (SEC) issued an advisory on JJPTR that it is not registered with the commission as a corporation or partnership. Having no primary licence, it is not authorised to solicit investments, which require a secondary licence. In short, JJPTR has no business soliciting investments from the public. According to SEC, unauthorised solicitation of investment from the public is illegal and those who act as salesmen, brokers or agents in selling or convincing people to invest may also be prosecuted and held criminally liable. JJPTR offers investors a monthly 20 percent fixed profit on their capital investment that starts from as low as US$5. The ‘lucrative investment opportunity’ was promoted through the Internet, presentations, and word of mouth. The investors are not only from Malaysia – mostly Penang where JJPTR is based – but also as far as the US, Canada and China. Investors range from those who invested small to substantial amounts. Some have received initial returns, while some received no gains at all, and some have taken back their capital but many have lost everything they invested.

Investors usually started with small sums, increasing their investments when returns were delivered consistently. Those whose investments broke even would continue to receive the 20% monthly returns as long as they did not withdraw the money. A commission was paid for recruitment of new investors. Investors were told JJPTR grew the funds through forex investments, and cafe and mini-market operations. Some investors still have faith in Lee, who said he would revive the business and help them recover their investments. He has posted a message on Facebook that he has a plan to repay investors by mid-May. JJPTR last night posted an audio recording of Lee on its official WeChat and Facebook pages, in which he claimed that he was still in Malaysia and that the latest solution would be unveiled on May 1. However, many investors were distraught that JJPTR locked its office doors last Saturday and Lee had not met with them. Concern also stemmed from recent dividends not having been deposited, unlike previous payments which were paid on time. In the latest development, the JJPTR office on Jalan Perak in Penang reopened this afternoon to allow investors to settle some matters. A JJPTR agent has said the founder is in Penang although his exact location is not known. The Sun Daily reported that JJPTR has called on its members to fill up their information and the balance of capital not yet returned to them in an online form. The offer is extended to members who did not break even in their investments.

Apparently, the message was sent to a total of 41 group chats with its 31,000 members via WhatsApp on Sunday. “We feel touched that many of our members are supporting us although we have been framed by others,” the company said in the text. However, the text did not state clearly that the company would refund its members’ capital. As yet, no police reports have been lodged against JJPTR. According to The Star, Penang Commercial Crimes Investigation Department chief Assistant Commissioner Abdul Ghani Ahmad said, “It is quite normal for ‘investors’ to wait six months to a year before lodging police reports in the hope of getting back their money.” “Penangites are always interested in taking part in such investment schemes to make fast money. There are still two or three such scams active locally,” he added. Major Chinese newspapers reported that Lee described the hacking job “the biggest mistake of my life”. According to the Chinese press, the initials JJPTR also represents ‘Jie Jiu Pu Tong Ren’, which in Chinese means ‘salvation for the common people’. JJPTR, JJ Poor to Rich and JJ Global Network are the three forex trading entities listed on the website jjptr. com. It has been reported that the three companies are on Bank Negara Malaysia’s Financial Consumer Alert list as of Feb 24. MySinchew reported that Johnson Lee is the son of the head of Southern University College’s Entrepreneurial, Incubation & Career Centre (EICC) in Johor Bahru. University authorities are investigating whether any student or teaching staff had been involved in the “JJPTR investment scam”. Rumour has it that some students took part in the scheme. JJPTR has all the elements of a story that’s been told too many times – get rich quick, high returns, and then, game over.

Reactions from investors have been mixed. Some do not believe a hacking took place. Understandably, some are distressed at losing their hard-earned money, and in some instances, their life savings. Incredibly, there are still some who are willing to continue investing in JJPTR, which begs the question of “Will some people ever learn?”



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