Originally Posted by madsquopper
(it's a JOKE, I'm Jewish myself)
Which means you're allowed. I guess I gave up my right to tell self-deprecating Jewish jokes when I signed the book as a Unitarian.
Originally Posted by daystar
You could be fine, or it could be a HUGE PONZI SCHEME.
While anything is possible, I wonder if a 30+ year old organization would be running a Ponzi scheme. They seem legit, for what they do: They own the building they're located in (they moved to Lake Mary from Altamonte Springs, seems like three years ago), and the records
show that they don't pay property tax (i.e., recognized as a legitimate religious enterprise in Florida). I found records
that they actually do underwrite mortgages for churches
. It could be all a setup, but if so it seems an elaborate one.
So I think this is just what it seems to be: An organization that tries to get people to invest their money in unsecured investment vehicles that benefit Christian ministries instead of banks.
It's still a very bad idea, imho, since I could find no reliable information about the reliability of this organization to pay its creditors.