JSS Tripler/JustBeenPaid Operator Frederick Mann Says He Can’t Appear At Prospective California Meeting For ‘Security Reasons’: ‘The [Government] People In Power — They Regard Citizens As Livestock’
The purported operator of a “program” that claims to provide a return of 60 percent a month cannot meet with participants because of “security reasons,” according to a recording of the Aug. 9 conference call for JSS Tripler/JustBeenPaid.
JSS/JBP’s Frederick Mann hinted to conference-call listeners that he could be arrested if he appeared at a prospective cheerleading session for JSS/JBP at a California hotel.
“The [government] people in power — they regard citizens as livestock,” Mann said, in declining an invitation to speak to the JSS/JBP troops in person. “They farm the livestock. They want the eggs that the chicken[s] produce. And if they think somebody tries to interfere with their farming operation, they don’t like that.”
Mann is a former pitchman for the AdSurfDaily Ponzi scheme. A “Frederick Mann” also is listed as an affiliate of the Zeek Rewards’ 1-percent-a-day scheme, but it is unclear if it is the same Frederick Mann who pitched ASD’s 1-percent-a-day scheme before the U.S. Secret Service raided ASD in 2008.
What is clear is that some Zeek affiliates also are promoting JSS/JBP, which has acknowledged it has no registrations to sell securities and does not reveal it base of operations.
Like JSS/JBP and ASD, Zeek has a presence on known Ponzi scheme forums.
JSS/JBP may have ties to the so-called “sovereign citizens” movement.
Mann has ranted against the government in previous JSS/JBP calls.