This is the part 2 of the article. Read the Part 1.
As you can see, a glut in the funding of the HYIP leads to premature scam, and both investors and the administrator suffer from this. Despite the administrator returning his investments in any way not staying in the red, I reckon him to be a victim, because he had other aims preparing his project. It is not about losing anything, but about failure to get enough. No, I am not sorry for the admin, the administrator is the one who is to blame, but more on this later.
Who is Guilty of Money Pelting? In order to determine the guilty, you need to make a list of suspects and versions for each of them, and these are:
- The investor. His role in money pelting is significant, and the involvement is direct. The investor pelted the project with his money making it impossible to develop and work.
- Monitors and blogs. It was they who led the investor who pelted the HYIP with money destroying it by that.
- The admin. In fact, the project admin is the only guilty party here. It is the admin who must forecast the permissible load on the HYIP, both as for deposits and payments! It is the administrator who must protect the HYIP from money pelting! The admin’s task is to think over the smooth development of the project, excluding both money pelting and periods of the project being quiet!
The admin alone can and should protect his project from money pelting. Monitors and blogs post advertisements for which they were paid, it is the admin who should think wise and know what effect this or that advertisement will cause. Investors may not know the HYIP capacity and do not know the amount of investments reliably, they simply do not have the opportunity to know all this.
Yes, it is not easy for the admin, there are a lot of problems with projects in addition to money pelting, and even experienced admins cannot always manage the project perfectly. As a result smart projects go scam for various reasons, let us assume it happens rarely. In general, the admin’s work is not simple, on the one hand, the project should be attractive, profitable and promising, and on the other, you need to do something for the project not to be invested excessively at once in spite of it being attractive. But the administrator also earns much more, so the golden rule works — “if you want more money — use your loaf».