Money Tree, a big operation

Money Tree, a big operation

There are 446 comments on the The Post-Searchlight story from Sep 3, 2010, titled Money Tree, a big operation. In it, The Post-Searchlight reports that:

The Money Tree is a big operation, its president told the breakfast crowd Thursday at the Chamber of Commerce breakfast.

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observation

United States

#2 Sep 6, 2010
It's poetic justice don't you think? A crook working for crooks.
smile

Sugar Grove, IL

#4 Sep 13, 2010
the whole operation is about greed and they are all crooks
tmt employee

Waterloo, Canada

#5 Sep 14, 2010
I've got to disagree NOT everyone who works there is a crook. I know quite a few of the employees including myself who are not crooks. We are just trying to earn a living just as everyone else is!
Wondering

United States

#6 Oct 19, 2010
How big is Money Tree?
truth

Sugar Grove, IL

#7 Oct 6, 2011
Wondering wrote:
How big is Money Tree?
i heard the money tree is not sending out checks = and not refunding or buy back their bonds = is this true
Wondering

United States

#8 Oct 6, 2011
Why was there a guard at the door yesterday???
Edith Bunker

Albany, GA

#9 Oct 6, 2011
Word is they couldn't pay anyone's dividend check this quarter and one man came up there to get his money with a .45 .
Wondering

Leesburg, GA

#10 Oct 6, 2011
Why couldn't they pay dividend checks???
Edith Bunker

Albany, GA

#11 Oct 7, 2011
Wondering wrote:
Why couldn't they pay dividend checks???
Bad market, high risk investments!
AMG

United States

#12 Oct 7, 2011
Maybe he should not have bought that useless twoseater half million dollar Mercedes Mecleren sportscar and he could have paid the divided!
That thing registers 240 on the dash and imported from Germany where they mostly are found on the autobon!
Wondering

United States

#13 Oct 7, 2011
Who did that?
lucky

Tifton, GA

#14 Oct 7, 2011
that would be the president of the company..brad bellville..they are filing a chapter 11 and closing down stores. i hope those investors can get their money out before its too late.

Since: Oct 10

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#15 Oct 7, 2011
If they could not pay dividend checks , there is no money for investors. Most likey all gone,
WOW

Sugar Grove, IL

#16 Oct 7, 2011
After doing a little investigating online, it looks like the uppers of this investing fiasco are jumping ship and quitting or retiring. Recent paperwork changes with the SEC with the way they operate reads that they are no longer honoring the demand notes (as they had promised all these people). Looks like they owe approx. 74 MILLION DOLLARS to investors who won't be getting a dime! I wouldn't be surprised if somebody don't kill somebody over this $hit!
Ready for change

Valdosta, GA

#17 Oct 8, 2011
Like going to Vegas. You gambled if you put your money in their bonds with chance of high interest returns. Looks like you lost if you did this. No pity, Looks like greed on both parties. I'm sorry for those that will lose, but they chose to play the game.
No different than the Park Avenue Bank shareholders- lost it all when PAB failed
let me see

Sugar Grove, IL

#18 Oct 8, 2011
Ready for change wrote:
Like going to Vegas. You gambled if you put your money in their bonds with chance of high interest returns. Looks like you lost if you did this. No pity, Looks like greed on both parties. I'm sorry for those that will lose, but they chose to play the game.
No different than the Park Avenue Bank shareholders- lost it all when PAB failed
did anyone chech what the grade of these bonds were like A B C A+ is the best

Since: Oct 10

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#19 Oct 8, 2011
It is real simple, greed. When people can not pay rent, light bill or water bill, what makes anyone think they will pay back a high interest loan. Times are harder than ever for working people. People should have known these loans would not be paid. When times are bad the first person you do not pay the guy, screwing you as much as he can. MONEY TREE.
AMG

United States

#20 Oct 8, 2011
Can you say PONSI SCEME! I knew when my daughter was shopping for another car and she asked me to look at one at there dothan rd lot I said run from there! I went anyway and there it was that F'ing black v12 twin turbo Mercedes sitting there! Oh he comes out its a friend of mine from destins and I will sell it to you cheap its not very practical being a two seater but it will run over two hundred miles an hour! I said who the [email protected] needs or wants that? Maybe if you lived in Miami and went to south beach to get chicks or something! Jeesh that told me right there I didn't want to even be on his property!
AMG

United States

#21 Oct 8, 2011
He's selling five thousand and less junk vehicles for fifteen with thirty percent interest and driving a half million dollar car when all of america is waking up to excessive spending and greed well you just got juiced!
Bearcatz

Moultrie, GA

#22 Oct 8, 2011
AMG wrote:
He's selling five thousand and less junk vehicles for fifteen with thirty percent interest and driving a half million dollar car when all of america is waking up to excessive spending and greed well you just got juiced!
You are a little misinformed. Yes, that Mercedes was an AMG but by no means was is a half million dollar car. They were only asking $30 or $40k for it. I was looking at it but decided against it because it had a salvage title to it. It would run like a scalded dog but was no McLaren...not even close. The owner of Money Tree only wished he could afford the McLaren.

I also feel for the investors if what is posted is true. Unfortunately, it was a high risk investment that may end up costing a lot of people...just like the PAB deal or any other stock investment. If you want your money guaranteed, then invest in a CD that is insured!!!

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