Almost all programs have FAQ sections on their websites that contain the answers to general questions. However, there are some programs that do not have such section at all, or questions and answers are not original and we've seen them in million other programs. Sometimes they are original but some points could be explained better and then investors start sending emails asking to clarify some points or asking questions that can not be found in FAQ. The administration of Opulentia have received a large number of e-mails with nearly identical questions, therefore they decided to clarify some answers and updated the FAQ section.
The first question is regarding the schedule of accruing profit. Here is the answer: Profit in Daily plan is paid on each working day. That means 5 days a week, Monday to Friday. Saturday and Sunday are not working days, therefor there is no trading and no profit as well. The second part clarifies the compounding system: Compounding percent is the percentage of profit you want to compound, which simply means adding it to the principal. If, for example, you set the compounding percent to 50%, half of your profits shall be added to the principal and the other half will be added to your available balance. In the case you invested a 100 dollars in the Daily plan that split would mean that 1.075 USD gets added to the available balance and that the other 1.075 gets added the principal.
And the last clarification is regarding a minimum withdrawal: The minimum for a withdraw on Liberty Reserve and Perfect Money is 0.01 USD. The minimum for AlertPay is 1 USD, for SolidTrustPay 0.5 USD and for GlobalDigitalPay it is 0.1 USD. The differences exist because of the limitations of payment processors. If you still don't have a deposit in Opulentia, keep in mind that it offers two types of long-term plans: a Daily Plan that pays 2.15% on every business day for 365 days and a Weekly Plan paying 11% for 55 weeks with principal returned on expiry. The accepted e-currencies can be seen above. For more information read a Review of Opulentia.