SEAL FOREX CLOSED

Updated: 06/21/2010 16:06
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It is assumed that programs with weekly or monthly interest have higher potential. Maybe because they pay less to its investors

It is assumed that programs with weekly or monthly interest have higher potential. Maybe because they pay less to its investors which means they should last longer even if they are pure Ponzi. Yet hyip investments work on another principle. And practicability is beside the point here. For example if it is granted that a program with weekly interest is more dependable then we can expect that the sums of deposits here are always larger. But the thing is the bigger the sum the bigger the risks. Especially in pyramids where the progress of growth is important not the size. And now we have a formula that turns this law AGAINST the investor, making programs with weekly interest more risky than the ones with daily interest.

This is surely just a theory, empty words, yet the mechanism should be evident to you. HYIP investments is not just kidding. And even such project as SealForex, having attractive design and serious terms (7-11% weekly, $15 minimum), can turn into zilch one day.

All this happened to SealForex after 2 months of work, yesterday. Investors tried to open sealforex.com and found out the project was closed. The administration promises to return all funds and pay the profits. Yet I wouldn't trust them. Although…Look for continuation of the story later.

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