Investproxy program administration has provided a long explanation on how to understand and use Payment proof page:
A number of people have written to us to explain to them the texts on the payment proof page (https://www.investproxy.com/payproof.php). For the benefit of all, each of the 4 payment proof tables is going to be explained.
The first table on the left of the page has the heading: :: Oldest 30 Pending Cashout. If it is not self explanatory, it means pending cashouts. When you withdraw money from your InvestProxy account, it is first placed here before the cashout is processed and the payment sent to your payment processor. Whenever a cashout request is made, this is the table where it is first displayed before being processed.
The second table on the left of the page has the heading: :: 40 Latest Paid. All recently processed cashouts are placed here. In other words, when your cashout has been processed and your money has been sent to your payment processor, then the cashout is shown under this table. Only 40 recently paid cashouts are shown here. So this is frequently updated when new cashouts are processed.
Now, the first table to the right of the page with the heading: :: Top 10 buyers. There are actually 20 top investments listed here. That heading will be changed accordingly. What this table does is, it displays a list of top investments. From the highest investment down in a list of 20 top investors. If your investments have not shown up on this table, it means it is not yet within the first 20 investments. The investments shown here are cumulative. An aggregate of all investments by an investor.
Finally, the last table (bottom) to the right of the payment proof page with the heading: 50 Latest Ads Buying. This table simply shows recently made investments. Any new investments made are displayed here. From $5 to any amount. As new investments are made by investors, this table will continually be updated with the investments throughout the day.
The best way to understand this page is to refresh the page after a few minutes. Something would have changed. Either a new withdrawal had just been made, or a new investment added.