TETRA FUNDS FEES APPLIED AND WITHDRAWAL LIMITS REMOVED

Updated: 05/17/2013 16:51
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Tetra Funds has introduced withdrawal fees and removed minimum withdrawal amount limit. In the very beginning of the latest newsletter from Tetra...

Tetra Funds has introduced withdrawal fees and removed minimum withdrawal amount limit. In the very beginning of the latest newsletter from Tetra Funds, the new program added to HYIPNews listing 10 days ago, which is paying 2.5-3% daily for the term of up to 120 business days, the admin is showing gratitude towards all, who joined the project and has shown trust to the investment opportunity offered by this program. As claimed, Tetra Funds "...will help you to achieve 'financial freedom' and that we are going to build a strong business relation with you..." We'll see how it actually works out, so far so good. As of now all monitors, where Tetra Funds is listed are showing Paying statuses.


There's also a report concerning removing the withdrawal limits for Liberty Reserve and Perfect Money transactions. Any amount preferred can be withdrawn from now on. As for SolidTrustPay and EgoPay - limits have been reduced to $1.
There's also another addition. Along with removing the limits, some fees have been applied to e-currency transactions. The fees are 1% for LR and PM, whereas 3% applies for STP and EgoPay.



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