Individual schemes come and go, so I do not know for a fact that the promises of any specific individual someone is now referring me to actually fall under that category, but based on my experience in life and an extensive one with investing, I would advise anyone to use extreme caution before embarking on any schemes promising extremely high returns, especially when no verifiable track of success can be provided.
One of the most touching stories documenting such abuses to be posted on the Internet is "Albert Jaquier, Diary of a dying scientologist". I personally knew Albert quite well. Based on my first hand experience with Albert, I can state that his story as compelling as it was is merely the tip of a monstruous and most pernicious iceberg. I know first hand dozens of stories equally devastating (see the link for a more detailed account)
privileged" and has the folders containing such "confessions" so stamped. A number of disenchanted Scientology celebrities are currently being kept at bay through the "intelligence" so gathered through such chicanery. Without doubt the same fate awaits any current Church celebrity should they one day decide to defect.