LATEST HYIP NEWS DIGEST NOVEMBER 17 2016

Updated: 11/17/2016 11:44
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Learn about lottery launched at Razzleton, Japanese language and LiteCoin added at RightRise, Capitaller new VIP plan, Zinc7 Payza account issue
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Learn about lottery launched at Razzleton, Japanese language and LiteCoin added at RightRise, Capitaller new VIP plan, Zinc7 Payza account issue

Get to know the latest news from the hyip projects online in the news digest at HyipNews.com. Razzleton launches the Donald Trump lottery giving a chance to win iPhone7 this Friday. There are 100 tickets in the lottery (00-99). 1 ticket represents one active $200+ deposit. One person may hold up to 3 tickets. The lottery will take place at 05:00 PM GMT on 11/18/2016. To determine the winner, the http://www.accuweather.com/ website will be opened and the sum of the current temperatures (°F) in Singapore, Athens, Manila, Dubai, and Miami at 05:00 PM GMT on 11/18/2016 will be calculated. The number of the winning ticket will be the last two digits of that sum. The winner's number and login will be announced in our Skype and Telegram chatrooms.

Capitaller, which has been listed at HyipNews for 100 days launches the new plan 7 Vip paying 1070% in 10 trading days. Deposit minimum $500. Hope adding the new plan is not a trivial attempt to attract new investors due to the lack of cash. If it actually is, then Capitaller becomes a risky opportunity to join, especially with large amounts.

There have been two updates from RightRise. On November 13 the admin reported adding LiteCoin as the new payment system due to numerous members' requests. Also the day before yesterday another news was published saying about adding the Japanese localization of the RightRise website.

Zinc7 also listed at HyipNews is having the Payza Merchant Business Account on hold due to some security check by Payza. The admin is sure holding procedure is temporal and once cleared it will allow the project to continue payments to members. Only Payza Users will be affected in this meantime. So far all pending requests have been canceled so users can withdraw other available balance from remaining processors, which are by the way working fine with no delays. Further updates on the situation with Payza payments will follow.


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