As many of you have already read on various sites in the dinar world, there is an accusation floating around that TNT Tony has been named in a Federal indictment for wire fraud involving an alleged $5 million Ponzi scheme. Along with this accusation is an incriminating indictment PDF that many of you have read.
Coming to his apparent defense, there are also various TNT Tony supporters and “gurus” who tell us things like, “It’s not him. That’s a different Anthony Renfrow.”
And, so wanting to get to the bottom of this ourselves, we decided to do our own research. We started out over a year ago by offering a reward to anyone who could provide evidence, one way or the other, that this was or was not the same Anthony Renfrow named in the indictment. Unfortunately, nobody claimed that reward in either direction. And so, we decided to investigate it for ourselves to find out the truth.
1. We have found significant evidence that would convince us personally that TNT Tony is the same Anthony Renfrow named in the Federal indictment, which would mean our TNT Tony is very likely a long-time con-artist and scammer, and not merely the “friendly, funny, helpful and giving” Tony that many assume he his.
2. We also found that he appears to have a criminal history that, according to California court records, includes an earlier conviction for theft and conspiracy that saw four others convicted alongside him in 2002.
While we find this evidence to be extremely compelling to where we no longer personally doubt that TNT Tony is, in fact, Anthony Renfrow – ex-convict and current Federal indictee – we won’t state this as a fact. Instead, we will let our readers – who claim they desire only “real dinar news” – let us know clearly that they WANT to see the evidence we’ve put together that has brought us to our own personal conclusion that it is indeed TNT Tony who is named in that Federal indictment involving 14 Daily Plus.
If our readers let us know clearly that this is what they truly want, and that they don’t care if it pops their dinar “hopium bubble”, then we’ll share it. Otherwise, we’ll conclude that our readers just don’t care about truth all that much and would prefer to remain high on hype and hopium and that they don’t care if they get their “intel” from someone we find to be a criminal and professional con-artist.
No matter what, we’ll continue sharing almost ALL dinar news, rumors and intel with you – whether we believe it or not – and let YOU, the reader, decide for yourself if you wish to believe it or not.
However, we also offer you our strongest words of caution regarding not believing what you are hearing from many of the so-called “dinar gurus” out there including TNT Tony, Mnt Goat, Bluwolf, Okie, and many others. They are not only inaccurate – in our opinion, many are also professional con artists acting in conspiracy with one another. This can be partly evidenced by their horrendous track records and stories that play off one another. Simply search our site to read their inaccurate RV predictions going back years and how their stories simply keep morphing and changing to keep you interested and believing in them.
In any event, it’s refreshing to read many of your comments on dinars.me lately, which would suggest that many are waking up to the ongoing disinformation campaign we’re seeing put out by many “gurus” and that you’re doing plenty of questioning on your own. We encourage this and encourage you to question the “gurus” point-blank on anything you find doubtful or nonsensical, as it is very likely deliberate disinformation you’re receiving.
Always do a “gut check.” Does what they’re saying feel right and pass your common sense filter? Or does it smell like bs? If it does, it most likely is.
Do you want to review the evidence we found that would convince us personally that TNT Tony is indeed Anthony Renfrow who is named in that Federal indictment? Or, would you prefer to ignore it, continue worshiping TNT Tony as “the patron saint of the Iraqi dinar,” and maybe attack someone who might dare print a doubtful word against “loveable” Tony? It’s up to you.
The ball’s in your court. You have to let us know if you truly want both sides of the story, or if you only want hype, endless rays of sunshine, bottomless rumor and marketing rhetoric.
Also, there’s no need to attack us for sharing our doubts regarding TNT Tony with you today. We have good reason for believing as we do. And, if you’re unhappy with that, and you’re reading this in an email from us, please — right now — click the unsubscribe link at the bottom, and you won’t hear from us ever again. Just make sure you unsubscribe all email accounts if you think you might have duplicate subscriptions with us, as we really don’t wish to bother you again.
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Finally, while we welcome spirited and intelligent debate and questioning of what we put forth, if you simply choose to attack, belittle, bully or insult us out of anger or ignorance, be forewarned that your message might end up as the next Dinars.me Mailbag item with our very public response. So, kindly keep your responses civil and you’ll likely get a very polite and civil response from us privately (or even publicly if you wish) in return.
We’re tired of the liars and disinformation artists, and so are numerous readers who’ve written us lately and posted comments. One reader asked us last night to balance things out more. We’re more than happy to do so, but we wanted to make sure they were in the majority that desired this before we did so. It’s hard to tell sometimes, as often when we post our criticisms we get attacked in return – but this is likely just from a highly vocal and hopium-addicted minority or from the “gurus” themselves who sign up for our list under fake names.
So, what do you say? Would you like us to share what we discovered? If so, let us know and be sure to subscribe to our newsletter at dinars.me if you’re not reading this in an email, because we’re not sure yet if we’re ready to post that information on our site or if we’ll simply share it privately with our list members who’ve requested it.
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We have just received confirmation this evening (6/10) in the form of a civil complaint against Sterling Currency Group LLC alleging that there are one or more "dinar gurus" suspected of being paid by Sterling Currency Group/Dinar Banker, including TerryK who was allegedly paid $150,000 by Sterling to essentially "pump" dinar sales. As such, we will no longer be sharing any rumors or so-called "intel" from ANY such "dinar gurus" as all such information should now be considered potentially tainted by advertising dollars. We expect to comment more on this in the coming days and weeks. -Dinars.me