What Are High Yield Investing Programs (HYIP)

Today I want to learn you how to make money investing online with HYIPs and protect yourself against scams.

Today I want to learn you how to make money investing online with HYIPs and protect yourself against scams.

So let’s begin with Definition: A High Yield Investment Program is also known as a HYIP. Many HYIPs are Ponzi Schemes, however some of them (very little % ) are legal businesses but because the majority of these High Yield Income Programs are some type of fraud you should always remember The Golden Rule: Do Not Spend More Than You Afford To loose!

What Is R.O.I.?R.O.I. is the return of investment. You will see that some investment programs promise a R.O.I. of 400%-500% after just one day! Think about it?! Nowadays  that is really impossible, so you must always remember the golden rule.

To my mind the best HYIPs are programs offering a real profit about 0.5% – 3% daily. Remember that I talk about real profit NOT magical profit. For example, if you invest in a plan called 15% daily for 10 days and the principal is NOT returned, the real profit will not be 150%, you will have a R.O.I. of 150% but a real profit of 50% so the daily REAL profit is not 15% it is 5%.

Let’s see the example: – if you want a real profit of 1.5% daily for 10 days than the R.O.I. of your investment should be 115% after 10 days. Don’t forget to conduct your Due Diligence (DD) on a program to find if their address or phone number is correct and try to find more information about their domain registration and so on.

Always check what kinds of changes were made to the program, for example if a program was having Instant payments but at some point payments are not instant anymore then that could be a BAD sign.

From my experience Investment Programs offering 10%-20% HIGH referral commission usually become scams very fast.

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