For tm4eva and any others who doubt this is fraudulent and believe the stories: Promises of "very soon" for over 5 years with never-ending stories of "one last thing" needing payment indicate the unreality of the promise.
I wrote off my loan to a friend over 5 years ago, but he has been promising "very soon" but asking for money for "one last thing" ever since.
Emil is no doubt committing criminal fraud. His helpers are either fraudulent, dishonest, deluded, or psychotic - either way, don't trust these guys.
The stories are so fantastic that they seem too extreme to be made up! One characteristic is usually that the payout is very soon, today, or tomorrow or in within the week. But there is always only one last hitch that needs some more of your money. And the promise of 3 times your investment is seductive, urging one to believe against common sense. But sooner or later one must admit that one has been duped. This is one case where optimism will not serve you.
They even try to convince you that the US Postal Inspectors (or the bankers, government agents, or judges) are criminal and are out to get the huge money for themselves. I urge you to contact the US Postal Inspectors and see for yourself. They have been very reasonable, helpful and trustworthy. The scammers would have you believe the authorities are the bad guys. As hard as it may be to admit you've been defrauded, I urge you to discontinue funding these schemers, and contact authorities. Don't waste any more money - if they tell you only one more little investment is needed, if it were for real they'll get the money from somewhere. Contacting US Postal Inspectors will clarify a lot, and you'll find them very helpful and straightforward. But you'll have to face yourself and that may be the hardest part. Avoiding admitting to yourself you've been defrauded may allow you to be preyed upon further.
tm4eva - at least decide how long you are willing to wait. If you won't stop funding them now, decide when or at what amount you will stop funding them, and then stop at that point. They will never stop trying to seduce you into spending more. You must stop yourself.
I hope that sharing my experience helps you to evaluate your own experience as soon as possible.