A new website has come to the fore that purports to offer real-time financial analysis for real estate deals.

It’s called a “Ponzi Schemes Database,” and it claims to have a database of nearly 2.4 million real estate transactions.

It also claims to provide data that can be used to spot and identify “high-value targets.”

The site says it is not an official database, but has been approved by the New York Stock Exchange for trading purposes.

A PonzisSchemes.com spokesman told The Jerusalem Pro, “The Ponzises Schemas Database was never created as a database, it was created as an analysis tool.

Ponzisms are the latest scam in the real estate market, which is a bubble that will burst at any time.”

The website is still not available, but a user who went to the site’s site and submitted a screenshot said the results are accurate.

“The database was created and hosted by Ponzism Schemers.net, a reputable site that specializes in researching and analyzing Ponzist schemes.

The data is provided for informational purposes only and no guarantees are made regarding its accuracy,” the website said.

The database has been in the works for a while, with several other Ponzisseries sites, and several of the sites have been shut down or suspended.

But the new site has garnered attention because of its potential to help real estate investors spot potential Ponzies and get them into bankruptcy protection.

Pizzagate is the latest in a string of conspiracies that have plagued American politics since President Donald Trump and his associates allegedly took advantage of the power of the White House and the Federal Reserve to make billions of dollars by fraudulently issuing and securitizing fraudulent mortgages.

Some of the most prominent Ponzios are linked to Ponzier Schemens, a company run by former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort.

Manafort was indicted by a grand jury on multiple counts of financial crimes, including conspiracy to launder money, money laundering, and making false statements to federal authorities.

A criminal complaint filed by the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York charges Manafort with conspiring with other members of the Trump campaign to commit fraud by fraud in connection with the creation of a P2P lending marketplace that allegedly defrauded the government and defraused millions of dollars in real estate purchases.

The investigation is ongoing.

The indictment alleges that Manafort “conspired to create, direct, and run Ponzias, Schemesties, and Ponzimos.org, in order to enrich himself, his business partners, and other defendants.”

A spokesperson for Manafort did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the new website.

The New York Attorney General’s office told The Daily Beast that it had no information about the new Ponzisechemes site.

A spokesperson said, “As the AG’s office has stated, we do not have a jurisdiction to investigate Ponzixes.org and are unable to comment on this specific matter.”

In recent months, a number of prominent PizziSchemists sites have shut down, including the notorious Ponzinomics site.