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Are there honest HYIPs or Online funds?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by BlackHatBloom, Mar 17, 2012.

  1. BlackHatBloom

    BlackHatBloom Junior Member

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    Hey everyone,

    Are there any honest HYIP programs out there? I mean like reasonable ones which give low profit, not the ones that promise 693% daily (LOL!)... for example i noticed there is a website called rothschild global that gives reasonable profit , and I want to put some of my money in... is that a good idea?

    If you know any HONEST online forex funds or any fixed-income funds, please let me know.. thanks
     
  2. Xeosnar

    Xeosnar Registered Member

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    I dont know ;D
     
  3. nickt

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    HYIP and honesty is like an oxymoron. Why risk it?
     
  4. BlackHatBloom

    BlackHatBloom Junior Member

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    I don't know man... I saw many good reviews and they have a reasonable profit
     
  5. arcticfang

    arcticfang Regular Member

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    Of course there are, but it's really hard to find them. Best advice I can give, if you're going to be investing into HYIP's, 1) don't invest for more than a month or 2, or whatever their lowest time plan is, 2) don't invest more than you can lose, and 3) don't invest more than $200-$250 at a time/on one account. The reasons for 'risking it' are obvious - profit. However, these 3 things should keep you somewhat safe. There's no real way to tell if an HYIP is going to last a long time or not, so it's best to lump them all into one group and treat/invest in them the same way.
     
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  6. BlackHatBloom

    BlackHatBloom Junior Member

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    Very informative... thanks...Whats the nature of their investments? I mean they make a shit load of money per day and they give you a high return back... What do they invest in to make such a huge amount of cash?
     
  7. arcticfang

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    Well, it really depends. I think the bulk invest in things like PPC/PPV, basically buying adspace and getting conversions from it. If you invest $250 in them, and they're making 70% ROI per week on their investments, they're making $175/week off of that one $250 investment, so that's why they can offer you such generous returns. Of course they're pocketing massively more than you, but that's beside the point. Aside from PPC and PPV, I'm honestly not sure, but it's obvious that they're buying traffic in some form to make sales.
     
  8. nickt

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    I wouldn't play this game unless I know someone who has had success with it. I've googled around and I've seen some sites that have a database of HYIP, but I don't really know how safe it is. You probably have to be really careful and watch your investments. I have my money in a high ROI investment in my country at the moment, it's a small sum invested but the gains aren't too bad. I'm going to take out my money soon though and no, I'm not sharing details about the company.
     
  9. BlackHatBloom

    BlackHatBloom Junior Member

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    Can a person invest in online loans? As in giving people loans and expecting a return? because if thats possible, then it could be the technique they are potentially using..
     
  10. arcticfang

    arcticfang Regular Member

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    Well, banks do it all the time, I'm assuming it's a possibility, although I doubt it's very widely used. The return would be extremely slow, way too slow to be able to offer what most HYIP's offer.
     
  11. T2tkid

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    All HYIP are Ponzi scheme. They usually stop paying before 4- 8months.

    I have done this before. Only invest the $$ you can afford to lose.
     
  12. smallgiant

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    I would suggest zeek rewards if you want to put money into something. It is not a hyip, but does provide good returns. Basically you are buying sample bids for their penny auction site and giving them to customers as samples. You then make interest based on your retail profit pool. The daily average has actually been increasing since I've been with the program. You can expect about 1.6% daily. The company is extremely legitimate and do everything to comply with us federal law.

    Honestly, the company is basically a combination of sales, MLM, and internet marketing. You can check out their news page at zeekrewardsnews.com or their main page at zeekrewards.com

    One thing to consider. Do not sign up a a free member unless you are going to upgrade within 15 minutes otherwise you lose out on your bonus.

    Anyways I suggest reading up on them. I know there is a thread buried here about it and you can ask me questions if you like. Of course I'm always looking to sponsor new people and would appreciate if you used my link to join.

    Also their parent venture company has been around for 15 years and the ne program has been paying out for more than a year now.
     
  13. nigel44

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    My best advice to the OP is dont do it, if you subscribe to one of the industrys Newsletters you will realise that if you put one edition into a folder and leave it there for 8 weeks, then go back to it, I can say with absolute certainty that none of the programs mentioned in that Newsletter will still be actively paying.
    I subscribe to one and the only one that pockets any change out of it is the author, The HYIPs like to keep him sweet so always make sure that he is paid both first and last time, and on top of that he gets paid for everyone of his readers that signs up under him and he has several Thousand readers.
    The number of programs that come and go is unbelievable and they all use the same script which you can buy for about $140.
    Millions of Dollars are made on a daily basis by these sharks and notice that they all use the same payment gateways.
    Leave well alone, I make 10% every day using Betfair but it is my money that I am using and I am in total charge of it, but once you give them your funds you have no control at all.
     
  14. ben10023

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    Check out this site: http://uk.zopa.com/
    I guess it's UK only at the moment, but I think anyone can invest. It's a real business and you're very unlikely to lose any money and although the returns are good compared to traditional investments you're not gonna come close to suggested HYIP rates.
     
  15. BlackHatBloom

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    Thanks man.. I will try to dig around and find stuff about loans

    I agree, and thats why i am looking for some reasonably paying ones..


    I am actually setting aside sometime for ZeekRewards since I have heard good reviews about them... They seem legit and they pay reasonably
     
  16. BlackHatBloom

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    Nice! I would love to chat with u at some point about Betfair.... plus they scare me out cuz they accept LR and PerfectMoney and these don't accept charge backs or disputes

    Zopa is awesome.. I know a friend who uses Zopa but I am from the U.S so I can't use it
     
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    Rule number one. Every HYIP is a scam, there are no honest ones. Like someone already said, they are all Ponzi's.

    I have invested in them before. The only way to stand a chance of profit is to invest in them within 2 days of launch, HYIP's payout for the first few members to get themselves more reviews to attract more investors. You also have to look for a HYIP that has invested money in site design and into getting into HYIP monitors. The more money they have invested to begin with, the longer they have to stick around to get a return.

    NEVER compound, all HYIP's close down, take your money as soon as you can get it and do not reinvest, go somewhere else.

    Even following my own advice I managed to lose my starting bank of $100. I started by investing $5 at a time into high interest HYIPs that had at least 20 paid for monitors, like I said I'd get in on the very first day. I was able to build my bank up, but then I started moving onto 10% a day HYIP and invested more like $20-$30 in each. I made 3 wrong decisions and my bank was wiped out, after that I couldn't be bothered to start again.

    Besides, its quite immoral to invest in HYIP's because you are helping them to perpetuate a scam to steal money off other people.
     
  18. 44proseries

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    Most HYIP's are Ponzi schemes, plain and simple. They are doomed to collapse at a certain point. Morals and ethics aside, it is possible to profit nicely in the beginning stages of a HYIP. The problem is identifying a HYIP that is actually going to pay out at all.

    I would not risk it. There are other ways of making money than risking it all with a HYIP. It is gambling, and that is ALL it is.
     
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    I mad 6k profit when Oilstucture was up and running but I got in at the beginning.
     
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    I have to disagree on that. They do invest in Online advertising but its less. Mainly they do Stock, Forex and Betting. How do i know this? My brother gets a very good amount from his HYIP investment. Yes there are scams, yes they go bankrupt but there are some that have been open for 2 years. Try hyipmonitor for researching. Investpedia is also a good resource and go for the ones with 2-4% daily profit. That should give you a good safety. Research on yourself.