“Legal Blackmail” Supercharges Your Investment

When I say that the Stock Gumshoe readers are the wisest souls on the Internet, I don’t just mean in North America — we’ve got a pretty fair crop of friends around the world here, and I like to take a look at non-US teasers every now and again.

Two of the countries that boast a pretty strong newsletter industry that’s heavy on the teasers (and whose language I can understand) are the UK and Australia, and today we’re looking at a British teaser — for the Profit Hunter from Fleet Street Publications, edited (and pitched) by Manraaj Singh. We’ve seen this newsletter before in these parts, and scoped out one or two interesting companies as a result … so let’s see what’s on offer today …

Singh has been using this same ad for more than a year now, though it changes a bit to keep up with the times — but I’ve never written about it, and the company is certainly very obscure to US investors, and probably to those in London as well, though it carries a famous name. How does he tempt us? You can see the ad in its entirety here if you like (and enjoy the much clearer and more prominent disclaimers that they use in the UK), but if you just want a taste and the solution, here you go …

“Your chance to take advantage of the most cut-throat, greedy (and richest) racketeers on the planet… it’s a “PRICE FIX” that could supercharge your investment by 288%, it’s… ‘LEGAL BLACKMAIL!!’

“Act fast and YOU could make spectacular gains from it without writing the ransom note, issuing demands or even breaking a sweat…”

What he’s talking about there, and goes on to explain over the course of a few long winded pages, is OPEC and their continued focus on extracting higher prices for oil. But this isn’t really an oil investment, he goes on to say that providing services to oil companies is the stronger growth idea (lots of folks agree with that assertion, to be fair), and that this tiny “7p company” has a lock on a critical asset that oil companies need.

7p means seven pence, for those of you who are a bit currency illiterate — it’s a company that trades on the AIM exchange in London (sort of like AMEX used to be — a junior exchange with lighter rules and lots of penny stocks), and the pound has been recovering a bit of late from its free fall so 7p is now worth almost 11 cents in the US.

So what is this key asset? I have to include a bit of the story from the ad here:

“The 7p* US oil panic share you should load up on today – before the cat gets out of the bag…

“Here’s the deal…

“A secret supply of 1.1 billion barrels of oil is hidden under a country far from the clutches of the Middle East and could help solve the US energy crisis – for DECADES…

“The exploration work has been done… There are no barriers to drilling… But there’s one snag: before the Americans can take this oil home, they need to obtain special permission from one AIM-listed company… a firm that has completed one of the shrewdest oil deals of all time!

“America desperately needs this “last piece of the jigsaw” to secure it’s energy future… act quickly and you can buy a stake in this small firm for just 7p*… Read on and I’ll explain…