LACK OF MONEY IN HYIP

Updated: 12/03/2010 15:45
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The problems with payments have been chasing the market leader CherryShares lately. Now another leading program called SwProfits has payment delays of...

The problems with payments have been chasing the market leader CherryShares lately. Now another leading program called SwProfits has payment delays of up to 72 hours. Today we found out that liteinv.com and fibotradepro.com are also delaying payouts. The program compaxtrade.com has been paying manually for two weeks. What's happening?

For those who love conspiracy theories I offer a theory that the market is operated by only a few main creators of HYIP projects. Now some of these groups suffer from funding cuts or they did not expect that investors would actively withdraw money a month before the holidays this year. For those who understand communications, I offer another explanation. HYIPNews.com currently controls the situation enough for us to find out about almost all delays that exceed 24 hours. Because it happens almost immediately and first-hand (ie from investors of these programs), there is a clear tendency of these delays.

Personally, I do not reject any theory and admit that there are other explanations. However, I do not want to ignore the fact that several accounts of several programs have been hacked at the same time. I doubt about oilstructure.com (they swore they did not keep their money in their accounts) but it is quite possible that other attacks are real. Programs just need to somehow protect investors' funds. As a result, there is no money in the accounts, and it is not always possible to predict investor' actions. That's how delays happen.

I would advise investors to carefully check the information on programs and not to panic. Now that you have a deposit in a "problematic" program, try to use all ways to get it out of that program. Write to the administration, call them, keep a track of updates. If you still do not have a deposit and want to make it, then check the efficiency of the program twice. If the administration did not properly calculate the required amount of capital, then it is senseless to invest in it. Choose less popular but of course qualitative project.

Administrators need to understand that this year they won't have money rain for Christmas. Most likely investors have become more cautious and it is not that easy to make a lot of money anymore. They should also take risks, sacrifice and give everything that investors ask. Let's hope that most admins will do so.

, HYIPNews.com


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