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Global Pension Plan playing mind games?…

July 30th, 2011 | Posted in global pension plan, Reverse Pension Plan

It’s been known for some time that the Global Pension Plan site was not accessible. The Turing code feature appeared to be disabled. For many, myself included, this strongly signalled that we’d reached the end of the road. They were long gone.

But wait, wait…what’s this the site is back again! Am I to be proved wrong in the end? Will the phoenix rise from the ashes and deliver on its promise?

Who can tell, I know I can’t. Is this just more teasing or a genuine attempt to re-establish contact? So many questions, so few answers.

When I logged in all my account details were correct, my downline is still intact and the earnings figure is still the same. And yet there is no announcement or update…total silence.

Are they playing mind games with us to see whether we’ll fall for more deceit or will the payout happen, who knows.

My sceptical antennae are working overtime at the moment. I still remain to be convinced that we’ll see any money. But at least they’ve re-ignited some interest in Global Pension Plan so expect more speculation from all sides…including me.

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