You know, after an article about short-term programs published last Friday, we received some very interesting results. Firstly, this week the most short-term of these projects called Evoincome closed. Its shortest plan offered hourly interest accrual. If you calculate the received profit during a day, you will see that it is not so much of pure profit but despite this fact, the project operated for a very short period of time. It operated for just a week.
Lux Invesment also stopped paying. It distinguishes from Evoincome by another extreme feature. They did not offer suspicious hourly charging of interest. They offered a suspiciously high daily interest accrual. Meaning they did not pay 100% + profit after some number of days, nut they paid more than 15% a day for a short period of time.
And then again, if you calculate the total profit, you will find out that they did not pay too much of pure profit. However, I'm sure you understand how investors see such an interest rate. As a result, the program worked for about 10 days. As you can see, the very first week of scrutiny to such programs has provided a lot of instructive information. And it's not all.
BOTH projects from the article about short-term programs published last and were not members of our catalog were CLOSED. And if the closure of stable-roi.com is not surprising for me, the loss of richiefund.com made me very upset. It had a very attractive design, it was actively supported by MNO and judging by their statistics, promoters managed to refer a lot of investors to the project. But, unfortunately, it did not help. Perhaps the site was hacked or there were too many deposits and administrator did not see the reason to continue.
Unfortunately, there aren't many new short-term projects joined us during this week. More precisely, there is one – Forex Element. It offers 110% after 1 day, 155% after 5 days or 10% after 7 days. That is, they do not have plans that last for longer than a week. Unfortunately, the administrator does not actively respond to our emails, so we can say that this is a typical short-term program that has been operating for 5 days. Last payment has been received today, before this article was published.