HYIPs, as well as many other types of earnings on the Internet, have been changing over time. They used to be more reliable, technically poorly staffed and had mostly low returns. For example, the yield of over 18% per month a year ago was considered huge, whereas current 16-60% per month is an average-yield HYIP. Let’s look in detail at what has changed and what remains topical in HYIPs at present. A lot of things have lost their topicality.
Including the deposit body in payouts
For example, the project offers 20% of net profit for 10 days and the deposit is included in the payment. Therefore you receive 12% a day until reaching 120% of the profits with the possibility to withdraw interest every day. Previously, such a tariff plan was considered the most reliable, now due to recent scams of similar projects, there is little difference between tariffs with the deposit body included to payouts and refund of the deposit body at the end of the period. The tariff plan where the deposit is not included in payouts is not safe as well.
“Social projects” or “mutual funds” is the trend of the end of 2015. The legend is that money is not kept by the project administrator, but by custodians — who, if desired, may be each HYIP participant. In fact, it was not quick for funds to go from administrators to custodians and most of the projects did not pass even a single life cycle.
Green Bar SSL Certificate
Availability of Green Bar SSL Certificate is no longer an indication that the project is designed to work long. As such a certificate can be just bought for $ 500. However, the availability of the certificate may indirectly indicate that the project was not made in haste only to pump money from investors.
Legends of the Forex / Dubai
Legends associated with the business in Dubai (sale of cars, gold, real estate) and Forex-trading are no longer interesting to people as a half a year ago. The inflow of funds in HYIPs with such legends has dropped significantly.
If HYIPs with many payment systems had previously been considered as an advantage, now the existence of such systems as Qiwi and YandexMoney can be attributed to cons of the project. As at the most inappropriate moment, they can block funds, which lead to scamming.