NeoProgress has been operating for eight months paying instantly to three investment plans with principal return on expiry: 1.5% for 30 business days, 1.8% for 60 business days, and 2% for 90 business days. And today NeoProgress informs that instant payments are temporarily disabled due to strong hackers attack on an old payment server which had started two days before the update was published and is still going on. Therefore the security department of NeoProgress has decided to disable instant payouts feature, in order to avoid money theft.
These days payments are processed in manual mode (by one of the three operators who verify the IP address of the person who requested withdrawal and an e-currency account by comparing it with the account the deposit was made from). At the moment, the team of NeoProgress is changing the payment server and strengthens protection against hacker attacks. In case you have any questions you are asked to contact the administration by email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Of course, this action of the admin may be taken as a warning signal and may cause suspicions regarding cashflow issues. However, even though payments are not instant anymore, they are still processed pretty fast and much faster than in many other projects. So at the moment, there is nothing to worry about yet. Plus the admin promised to enable instant payouts within three business days and the update was published on November 1, so technically it should be done tomorrow. Therefore let's wait and see what happens.