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How to Earn Money from Hyips

Jeremy
Jeremy Posts: 13814 Points

HYIP stands for High Yield Investment Program. Supposedly, the online HYIPs owners/administrators are market experts who generate big profits by taking our money deposits and trading foreign exchange (Forex), investing in bonds, stocks etc. (Note: Real Forex trading through brokers is indeed one of the few serious online money-making opportunities). However, it is more or less confirmed that 99% of them are not involved at all in these activities and sooner, later or even much later they are going to scam the investors, run with the money, and open a new HYIP. Besides, even if the HYIPs are really involved in Forex, stocks, precious metal trading etc (the remaining 1%) there would also be a high level of risk in this volatile market.

This does not mean that we can’t make money out of HYIPs while they are still online, running and paying. We have to accept the fact that the HYIP players (not really “investors”) are essentially gambling most of the time. Yes, you can make money but you can also lose very easily. So, never spend in HYIPs more than you can afford to lose.

If you think that you’ll make money just by depositing to an HYIP that simply looks good to you and offers high returns, you’re dead wrong. Successful HYIP playing is something that demands study, research, planning and a bit of luck.

Start by looking at the HYIP monitors. A good place to search is allhyipmonitors.com. There you can check the status of a certain HYIP at many monitors in just one page. However, have always in mind that some HYIPs owners bribe some monitors in order to promote their programs and show them as “Paying”; others make selective payouts, with monitors included in these payouts of course, so that they do not lose their “Paying” status. Do not get fooled if a HYIP is listed in “premium” class. Most of the times, it means nothing except the fact that the owner of the HYIP in question paid higher fees to the owner of the monitor in order to have his program listed as “premium”; it is not an indication that this HYIP is more reliable or going to last longer. Among the few good monitors is Goldpoll.

Continue by searching in forums, like talkgold.com. In forums beware of fake votes made by paid posters/promoters. They use the same, more or less, wording in their posts just praising the HYIP and/or the admin but without giving any details such as dates of the alleged payment and transaction numbers (batch & account numbers); this does not mean though that every such post is fake. Also, in forums ignore the HYIPs that have “I was paid” posts only from members who at the same time own a monitor. You can recognize these members easily from their forum signature where their monitor is being advertised. Choose HYIPs that have “I was paid” posts mainly from simple forum members, old ones and newbies alike.

Make a simple Google search adding the word ‘scam’ after the name of the HYIP in question. You can also conduct a search by using whois.net or centralops.net or whois.domaintools.com to find domain registration details as well as other useful information. For example, you can find out if the HYIP is online for as long as the owner claims, if the website is DDoS protected, hosted on a dedicated server etc.

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