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22nd December 2008
Filed under: HYIPs,Warning — Ben @ 9:39 pm

Just for fun, here is a summary of Stella’s Global Pension Plan status updates over the past couple of years.

If I have missed any, please do let me know… Enjoy!


September 28, 2007

We have 94.601 members at this very moment, who would be accepted as a Compensation receiver by the insurance company. 

We have a little more than 100.000 members already, but not all of them qualify because of their age (they will qualify, however, for the Loyalty Program Rewards) or because of the incomplete information in their profile. 

October 21, 2007

All Members hereby have the chance for MULTIPLE POLICIES IN GPP!

We have a limit of 250,000 additional policies altogether

October 22, 2007

We have finally figured out the deadline for the program, and here it comes! This is going to give the members a clear schedule how to work towards the rewards.

– program will be closed on the 31st of December 2007

– documents have to be provided during January 2008

– payout will be between the 15th and 29th of February 2008

December 31, 2007

So, the new plan is, that all the purchases are ceased on the 31st of January.

January 26, 2008

The Trust Partner and the financial companies representatives had meetings with several high level government officials and they finally found the way to produce the Banking Solution You need. The license necessary to conduct such a business/service is being applied shortly and while it’s been processed the technical side of the Banking Solution is being created.

January 30, 2008

The company, who’s going to provide the solution, is applying for the financial license shortly

The Trust Partner has asked me not to close the site, i.e. the sign ups and additional policy purchases until the Banking Solution is ready and is being launched. Hence you can, if you so wish, sign up and buy additional policies without hurry.

We will go in one month steps from here, meaning that the site is open for one full calender month until the situation is reviewed again. For example, if the Banking Solution is fixed during February, I will close the site in the end of February and no more purchases is accepted. I think it’s better to know this in advance and not trying to guess the date in case this and that happens.

March 3, 2008

Our current schedule depends on the banking license at the moment. We haven’t been given a date when it will be granted, so I’m unable to promise the payout to happen any specific time

May 6, 2008

Please continue with your normal life, earn your money you need for your living, keep yourself updated in our forum and do what we tell you to do and then some fine day not very far from now anymore we will let you know that your money is on your account! So please don’t spend the money just yet!

July 16, 2008

We are now ready to start accepting the documents…

August 21, 2008

We have almost made it! Everything looks really great! GPP is actually done! There is nothing else we need now except the 100.000 documents. And this is a FANTASTIC NEWS!!!

The deadline for sending in the documents is hereby extended to the 15th of September 2008.

We have very precise rules and these will not change.

Of course the sign up functions for new and additional contracts remain open until then

November 20, 2008

Dear GPP Members,

First of all, the most important figures of the week:

76.001 (or 76% from the required 100.000 sets of documents)

The Final Deadline: 31st of January 2009

This date is absolute and means, that we MUST reach the initially set target of 100.000 qualified members. Otherwise the program closes without payout.

Please note the decreased sign up fee of 20EUR!


Obviously, these are just snippets from Stella’s updates but I think that it shows the timeline quite well.

Comments are closed on this post but most welcome on the main GPP post:

Global Pension Plan – Do Your “Due Diligence” 

2nd December 2008
Filed under: Horse Racing — Ben @ 6:05 pm

My morning routine usually consists of a quick check through my bank account and then a trip over to the Racing Post website to see if there are any selections for the day.

Now until today this was an easy task – I would simply log onto the site, choose the course and then click “view all races on one page”.

The site would then give me all the runners for the day and the betting forecast for each race so I could scan through them all and quickly pick out any races that matched the criteria I am looking for.

Unfortunately they’ve thrown away that useful site and sometime over the last 24 hours have published a new “good looking” site which isn’t easy to navigate.

First of all, during the day I use my work’s proxy for connection to the internet. And I also use the Opera web browser. Together, these made navigating the RP website pretty much impossible.

The new site is much more resource intensive it seems – and my poor net connection and incompatible browser were causing timeouts.

No problems, I thought, I’ll switch to Internet Explorer and see if that helps.

No luck – the RP website informs me that I need to use IE7 to access their site. I guess they are happy to block a huge proportion of internet users who are still using IE6 and below.

So, I can’t get the site to work all morning and miss three races.


Now you may be saying – “quit complaining Ben, the site’s free to use”

Fair enough, I shouldn’t expect bells and whistles for nothing but I do contribute in my own way.

For example, if I am signing up for a new bookmaker, I will try and go through the Racing Post’s links so they get some commission. It’s the least I can do to say thanks for such a great source of racing info.

However, I feel I’m going to get tire very quickly of seeing the following ‘loading’ image each day:

Edit: Perhaps I was a little premature with my criticism. I’ve just logged on and I see that my “view all races on one page” selection is available again:

Fancy a free flutter? Sign up for Betfair and use the code CVEHKGCGF when filling out the registration form under ‘Refer and Earn’ and you’ll receive a free £20 bet.

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