As you have already understood from the headline, the administration of FinFunds (finfunds.com) has introduced a new limited offer. It is informed that the decision to surprise investors has been made due to success in trading and great efforts of technical team. I'm sure that you find all new limited offers very suspicious, just like we do. However, I propose to look at the new plans in comparison to the standard ones so that you can see the difference.
There are two new plans:
- The first one is called Schwab Target 2011 Funds Investment Plan (SWBRF). The investment minimum is $5 and the maximum is $10,000 (the same as in the current one). However the interest now is much higher “ 3.2% daily instead of 1.9% daily. Investment period is 1 year (without changes) and total ROI after investment period is 832% (it is 494% in a standard plan).
- The second plan is called Schwab Target 2011 Funds Investment Plan (SWBRF2). The required investment amount is the same as in a standard offer ($10,001-$100,000) but the daily profit is much larger “ 3.6% (2.2% in a current offer) with total ROI 936% (instead of 572%).
Interest is available for withdrawal anytime. There is also an opportunity of reinvestment. The deposit can be made via LibertyReserve, PerfectMoney or Bank Wire. As you can see, all general features of the new limited offers are the same, except for the interest rate which is much higher.
The new offer is great and has been obviously introduced with an aim to attract new investors to the program. FinFunds.com has been online for three and a half months paying out without problems. It is a program with good reputation however we do not see why the administration would choose to pay more money if everything is going great even with currently offered interest. The new limited offer seems to be even riskier than it could have been taking into account that it has been made now, in the Christmas period.
By the way the limitation of the new offer is not explained in the update, therefore it remains unknown. You know that it is up to you to decide whether to risk or not. The question is why the offer has been really made. Is the admin going to leave or move his program to a new level? We like this program and really hope that FinFunds.com will stay with us for a long time.
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