Three new investment packages have been added at MAHIFund (mahifund.com). The first new investment offer is a Delta Plan designed for 40 days. This plan offers investors 190%-210% after 40 days with principal included in profit. The minimum deposit is $5 and the maximum is unlimited. If you invest from $5 to $250, you will receive 190%; from $251 to $1,000 – 200% and for $1,001 and more – 210%.
The second investment package at MAHIFund is Sigma Plan that offers from 240% to 260% after 50 days with your principal included. 240% after 50 days will be yours if you invest $5-$250; a deposit from $251 to $1,000 will bring you 250% and you will receive 260% if you invest any larger amount.
The last new addition is a weekly paying investment package called Omega Plan. It pays from 30% to 32.5% weekly for 8 weeks and principal is also included. For deposits from $1,000 to $5,000 the interest rate is 30%, for amount of $5,001-$25,000 you will receive 31.25% and 32.5% for larger amounts. As you can see, the minimum deposit amount is very large and you should always think twice before investing such amounts.
Keep in mind that you can also invest the same amounts in EUR. So from now on you can make a deposit in these three new plans as well as in initially offered plans: Alpha Plan which pays 1%-1.5% daily for 15 days with principal back on expiry, Beta Plan (2%-2.5% daily for 25 days with principal back on maturity) and Gamma Plan (170%-180% after 30 days with principal included). Payments are processed instantly and the accepted payment processors are LibertyReserve, AlertPay and PerfectMoney.
Well, how should we treat the addition of three new plans? First of all, the reason for such a decision has not been explained by the administration. We can also see, that all new plans are longer than those that were initially offered and they also return all money (profit and principal) on expiry, which is very risky. I also always wonder why would admins add new plans if everything is going well. Maybe it means that there are some cashflow issues or they simply want to have more money because they are going to leave? Anyway, I'm not saying this is the case here but we can only wonder what the reasons are because there have not been any explanations from MAHIFund. It is up to you to decide, but if you are going to invest, you should understand all risks and blame only yourself in case you lose.