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The Critical Success Factors of the Pyramid Scheme and Cone Organisation

F. N. Heinsius

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Comparison of the Pyramid Scheme (Money Fraud) and the Cone System (Work Fraud) on the
critical factors of its successes

Image1 Pyramid Symbol

First the Money Fraud variant

Investments follow a square that grows into a pyramid after a couple of years

The Golden mountains high returns is the fairy tales

Bank is the clients contacts

High return with low risks, certified etc., is the talks

Participants lose all money after a while and in the end nothing is left

Excessive noise is the final call


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Starts with how to get in and changes in how to get out of they

Organization is completely handed over to lawyers and more justice comes up

INDIVIDUAL LOSS: DREAMER / SAVINGS

MONEY = MONEY but its character changes to investments becomes the outflow

FRAUD = DURATION IS A SECRET (IT LOWERS TO ZERO IN A COUPLE OF YEARS)

Image2 Cone Symbol

Now the Work Fraud variant

Works follow a chain letter wise circle that is growing into a cone in the end

Fairy tales is this strange idea that has to be worked out

Labour office is the clients contacts

Well to do job without trouble is the talks

Participants lose all free time

Participants do not get paid while there is some work that needs to be done

Low noise, no one sees anything is the final call like finish it, please

Starts with how to get in and changes in how to get out of they

Work gets paid no more, even can cost them money to get rid of it. In the end all is gone.
Organization is completely handed over to lawyers and even more bureaucrats come and do
the work instead

COLLECTIVE LOSS: SOCIETY DOES THE WORK/ THE TAX MONEY IS PAYING

WORK = WORK but its character changes because it gets worse all the time

FRAUD = HIDDEN WORKLOAD IS THE SECRET (IT ARRIVES IN A COUPLE OF


WEEKS AND GETS WORSE EVERY MINUTE)
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Key of working paper: taylorisms and more management theories, process theories with constant
increasing complexity (murphys laws, etc.), and constant increasing works in the bureaucracies,
all illegal fraude gets legal bureaucracy in a couple of years and in the end the society pays the
bill always even when the work keeps them going on and on and so on.
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