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What do you look for in a HYIP? My Top 5 List.
1. They have a 'rate us' page
2. Plans last for less than 10 days
3. 1%-5% daily
4. Either Recently Opened with a few (good) reviews, or quality, old, HYIPS, (stoic-capital for example)
5. Support Team
-They have to answer support emails, right?
Anyone care to add to this list? Thanks!
Have a great day! -Edward Brown
nice to get this info!!
Last edited by forwardone; 08-22-2009 at 09:12 AM.
1. Regular payments
I hope you'll find some of the information here useful. Personally, I don't like to 'play' the short- term plans (5-30 days) without the program having an established history. True the shorter term plans suggest you will receive your profits more quickly, but usually because the ROI is so high, they can not last for long.
a good hosting is very important.
I would like to add :
- the site should have a member's area.
- the site's content should not contain obvious mistakes
- the script should not call other scripts from 3rd sites (excluding generally trusted or e-currency) or place 3rd party's cookies.
- SCI/API interface should be built in for deposits/withdrawals
- the hyip should have a referral program , but %% should not be too high, up to 10%.
- the reinvestment directly from the internal balance should be available
- the program should exist more than 2-3 weeks
- it must be represented in some well-known forums and monitors
- of course , should not be present bad votes there
Good list, Stock999. I would caution that referral comms greater than 5% create referral hounds, not active investing members.
Sadly, I'd bet that at least 50% of Hyipers reading your list know what it means.
You are right regarding referral hounds, it creates a lot of spam .
Originally Posted by zen
But it's correct only if a program allows a commission for not active members or has a very low minimum . A spammer may catch referrals for free or even may spend 1-2 bucks , but never such person will spend $30-$50 or more.
So i should add to my list:
-the commission higher than 5% should be in combination with obliged own deposit and a high deposit minimum.
I love these kinds of non-paid advice