Danger! Danger! Danger Will Robinson! You are about to be scammed! 🙂 I think that would be a pretty funny audio message that Pecunix should implement to go along with that menacing red skull and crossbones sign.
My dear readers, as you can clearly see in that big picture above, Pecunix has decided to take the offensive in the war against ponzi scams.
For the last 6 weeks, Pecunix has been ‘piloting an experimental scheme’ and taking a very unique proactive approach to this problem.
What is this so called “experimental scheme”? I’m glad you asked. It goes something like this. From now on Pecunix accounts are now actively monitored for suspicious HYIP activity and each account that fits the pattern will be “flagged” or “marked”. After the account gets flagged anyone attempting to make a payment to it will see that nice big red warning sign you see above.
If you want to see this new system in action check out the link below:
In my humble opinion this new policy is a good idea, and I fully support it. There is however there are some issues that need to be addressed. The first that comes to mind is just how does one go about removing the warning from one’s account if Pecunix wrongfully “marked” the account. What documents are required to prove to Pecunix that the account is being used for “legitimate” purposes. Also Pecunix doesn’t state what their filter considers “hyip” or “ponzi” patterns of account activity, so you’re just going to have to trust Pecunix and hope they know what they’re doing.
First e-gold, now Pecunix. Which e-currency will be next? E-bullion, if you are listening, this is a hint to jump on the bandwagon and join the ponzi vermin hunting party.