Updated: 03/05/2012 14:58
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One of the most recent additions in our monitoring list is a project called Rockferry Fund . When it started operating it accepted LibertyReserve and...

One of the most recent additions in our monitoring list is a project called Rockferry Fund. When it started operating it accepted LibertyReserve and PerfectMoney only, however in the latest update posted on the website it is informed that AlertPay and SolidTrustPay are planned to be added soon in order to expand the list of accepted e-currencies and to attract more investors. Another way used to attract them was changing the investment plans and making them more profitable.

So at the moment Rockferry Fund offers three investment plans:
Starter: 110-140% after 5 calendar days ($5-$5,000)
Standard: 140-160% after 10 calendar days ($5-$10,000)
Advanced: 10-12% daily for 20 calendar days ($50-$15,000)

However, you should note that they are all PROMO plans and will be available till March 25, 2012. It is stated on the website: “We've represented these high-rate plans to attract more clients and provide the best opportunity to get more income in the industry. After 25rd March the rates will be reduced!” Such an introduction and a decision to state a date when the plans will not be valid is a clear marketing toll and there is nothing bad about it because any admin wants to make his project attractive for investors.

I am sure you understand that investing in the shortest plan as well as investing reasonable amounts is least risky, however, it is up to you how to invest.

About the author

Walter Anderson used to work as a creative freelance writer with three years experience in the industry working in print and online media. I used to search for exciting new projects and hence launched the monthly online newsletter, which has been supposed to increase any website traffic by 40%. Since 2010, Walter Anderson has been officially hired by media portal first for the position of the article and news writer writer and then starting from 2012, the vacant position for the chief writer at HYIPNews has been taken by Walter Anderson and is still taken by now.
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