Discussion on Network Marketing on High Yield Investment Program aka (NW-HYIP).
As an old-fashioned HYIP (High Yield Invest Program) speculator, I run across new, awkward, suspicious investment programs all the time. It seems as if you can’t even trust any of these programs anymore, because over 99% end of being cheap scams run by crooks all over the world under hidden IPs and proxies.
If you’re familiar with the HYIP arena, you’re probably already aware that…
* The vast majority of HYIPs are just bombs waiting to explode and steal your money.
* Most HYIPs are run by scammers or boneheads that don’t have the slightest idea what they’re doing.
* Essentially all HYIPs have lousy, unrewarding “referral” programs: Either the commission is a measly amount, or the program disappears before you can even qualify to receive your rewards!
Ever heard of an “Offline HYIP” aka NW-HYIP
I had become completely sick of HYIP speculating turning sour, just as many have before me. Apparently, there are coming new trend of NW-HYIP program emerged , which are particularly popular in Eastern Europe and Asia.
In order for potential prospects to fully participate in a traditional offline HYIP program, a broker typically requires the investor to pay him the desired initial investment in cold hard cash. Then, the broker transfers the money to the program’s Administration team in return for a certificate. This certificate allows the new investor to have a credited account, depending on the level of initial investment. Once the investment matures, the investor is permitted to receive his principle and profit back from the broker whenever he so wishes.
NW-HYIP is coming strong as it generate the power from network marketing to pull many investors. Mouth to Mouth strategy indeed proven effective and successful, inviting more confident people rather from online. Of course when this new market's popularity increases, there is plentiful of rooms to unleash the full potential of NW-HYIP, despite against all odds pressure from the government, banks and or currency exchangers.