You have to love some people's ability to just scam you. I mean, the sheer gall of these people: they brought their website all the way from 1997 to let us know that we can live again in, like, 2297. The Time Travel Fund has your back in the future, and for ten bucks they will take you or a friend or a loved one (even a currently dead one) into the future. They also throw a mean Christmas Party. Their totally rational FAQ explains:

We establish a fund in current time. You make a small contribution to the fund, and in a few hundred years that small amount grows to a very large amount. From that fund, moneys will be taken and used to retrieve you, perhaps seconds after you join, perhaps even moments before your recorded death, perhaps some other point in your lifetime. Further, the fund may even pay to have you "rejuvenated" medically (assuming this is scientifically possible at that time,) and support you financially for a number of years. (Note: Retrieving you just before the moment of death is just one possible scenario, but one that would avoid any Star Trek(TM) type paradoxes. There are an unlimited number of other possibilities, and we do not know what they will do, we can only make reasonably informed guesses.)

Hey, they're willing to save you and prevent you from wearing a red shirt for eternity for the price of twenty-four inches of low quality sub. You cannot beat that price. I, however, want to package this legitimate time travel business with some real estate futures I have acquired. Wyominghippie's Totally Real Futurism Preparedness Kits for $50. On the other hand, seriously, for $10 —it's almost worth the investment risk. You get a snappy certificate!