The WebFinance project (presented here) was launched on February 16 and initially offered just one investment plan paying 2.5% daily for 120 calendar days with a minimum deposit amount of $10, which made it a long-term project. And suddenly two days ago its admin announced the addition of a short-term plan that lasts just for 7 days and offers 2% daily. The minimum deposit amount is the same - $10 and a deposit can be made via LibertyReserve or PerfectMoney
Such additions of short-term plans usually scare investors and may be a bad sign. So, why would the admin of WebFinance launch it? The obvious answer is to attract investors. However it is not clear whether things were going bad with that one long-term plan and the cash flow was low, therefore the admin made a decision to introduce a new plan. Most likely he is not going to disappear because the plan does not look suspicious (the minimum deposit is just $10 and the daily profit is 2%, so you will have just 14% of pure profit after a week) and may well not mean anything bad.