Updated: 07/17/2009 23:02
Hyip Monitor

Back in a days there was a popular belief that it's a bad thing to invest in the projects which are including the names bank, group, etc. Because if the HYIP was named as the bank, it means that you will be scammed. But, as a matter of the fact, all HYIPs are scams it's just a matter of the time. As the experience shows us, even the banks can be a scam. In this case old popular belief is proving. One of our readers has wrote:

Invested money in realonlinebank. To date no acknowledgement of the receipt of the
money, or any interest, despite numerous emails. Just silence. Smells as a scam to
me. The web site www.realonlinebank.com/ boasts the following stats
Started Oct 1, 2008
Running days 287
Total accounts 8315
Active accounts 5131
Total deposited $ 34,711,582.75
Total withdraw $ 27,964,257.31
Visitors online 37
Members online 10
Last update Jul 15, 2009

I think if the HYIP is keeping the silence since the beginning it's a fraud. But if it keeps the silence after some term of the work - get ready for the problems. That's ok if the administrators are not responding to us , monitoring sites( which are black mailing them annoying) but the are obliged to answer the individual investors. So, it smells like a closing. By the way I'm sure that the date when the work was started is fake.

, HyipNews.com

About the author

Eric Marriam is a young writer. Even though he is not experienced he is able to make really high quality work. Eric is able to identify a problem people have and break it down, able to appeal to emotion through emotive writing, can change style of writing to cater to different audience. Eric Marriam is able to work creatively and effectively with staff and managers and despite his young age, he proved to be a clear and effective writer and speaker, committed to maintaining quality and efficiency, seeking for professional growth and development.
You May Also Like