Soliciting Investors on eBay: Movie Investors Wanted

I cannot imagine how this investment come on, listed in eBay Motors as a Ferrari 430 — ablatant grab for high net worth investors by Rabbit Investing — can possibly meet SEC regulations regarding either public offerings or private placements:

Please call or go to our site. We are a USA business located in Florida. We are doing alternate advertising to find movie investors for a particular project. There are smaller investments as well.

Please Call us at  877-XXX-YYYY for more information.

Working harder and faster for your investment return!
Rabbit Investment gives you more security than the stock market with better rates than banks and other investment companies.

Choose Rabbit Investment for a secure and more profitable  return in a shorter time.

Hop to earning more with Rabbit Investment. We pride ourselves in redefining the investment system that has simply complicated our lives. Rabbit investment is a new and secure investment company giving investors the highest return on their investment with 5 simple term choices. We invest in our investors. While other investment companies are focused on greed, spending profits in advertising, long-terms, low returns, and complicated processes and choices, Rabbit Investment is doing the exact opposite. We are sharing more of the profits with our investors by keeping advertising expenses to a minimum, providing secure short-term options with fast and high returns; putting more money in your pocket sooner.

Oh, and I tried to bid the million dollars that’s suggessted , but it required filling out additional online forms . . . 

The full auction listing is below; I captured the code ’cause I suspect eBay — or the SEC — will pull it eventually.

UPDATE December 5, 2005 5:01pm

eBay has pulled the listing

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