NEOPROGRESS HAS A CLONE TOO

Updated: 08/15/2011 14:11
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The situation when some successful program has a clone at some point of its development is a usual thing in a HYIP industry. For example, it happened...

The situation when some successful program has a clone at some point of its development is a usual thing in a HYIP industry. For example, it happened to a project WelchFund.com that was monitored by HYIPNews and is closed now. When it operated for almost a year a new project was launched and was named Welch-Fund.com. It looked absolutely different, however the admin of this program used monitoring icons of WelchFund.com that had a paying status on all monitors. The names of both projects were the same (and their domain names were similar too) so it was easy to fool investors (read this story here).

The same story happened to NeoProgress.com now. A project Neo-Progress.com is using its monitoring icons and you can see our icon with Paying status among others. The offered interest rates in this project are unbelievably high just like they were in a clone of a mentioned above program, so even this factor should scare you off and make leave that website immediately. The administration of NeoProgress says:

Please be aware from these scammers and don't forget we have only one domain name neoprogress.com, all other sites are scam. Please note: We never ask you to send us your password and/or login, we don't have any special plans and we don't receive any direct deposits, all deposits proccessing only from our website NEOPROGRESS.COM

P.S. I also want to warn you that even though the project WelchFund.com was closed and removed from our monitoring list it is still dangerous because it returned and announced a round two of its operation (we warned you about it in this news) and I hope no one has made a deposit since then. The website of a project is available again and even four monitors are still displaying a paying status, so be careful and be smart about choosing monitors. The website of Welch-Fund.com that used monitoring icons is also still online but its admin has removed the rating page because WelchFund does not pay anymore.


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