This scam keeps reappearing. It involves the scammer telling the victim that they can get huge returns on their investments by being let in on the “secret” investment portfolios of the world’s largest and most elite banks. You may be told that these investments are a secret and that only select banks and privileged investors are permitted access to these investment programs. In fact, it is so secret that federal regulatory agencies don’t even know about it. You may even be required to sing a nondisclosure agreement by which you promise not to divulge to anyone that you are one of the lucky few involved in this investment.
There is no such prime bank investment program. It is a scam. The fact that you are told that even federal regulatory agencies don’t know about this secret program is a good indication that it is nothing more than a scam. A good question to ask yourself is, “Why am I so lucky to be offered to participate in this investment program?” The answer is that you are lucky enough because you are targeted as a victim.