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#1 UGiles

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Posted 15 May 2014 - 08:36 PM

Hi, I am a stay at home mum in Dunedin, New Zealand, I have 2 daughters a 6 month old and a 2 year old. My husband has recently become unable to work so I have been stressing about money lately, while looking at bit coins and various cryptocurrencies I found a link to a hyip program, I thought it was to good to be true but decided to look into it more and through various links and google searches ended up here, thinking I'd like to have a go and see if I can make some money with this. I'm going to have to start really small (like $5-10) though.


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Posted 16 May 2014 - 05:55 AM

hello UGiles, welcome onboard  :)

 

you have found a good source of information here, there is a lot to read and a lot to learn about hyips.

i think you have already noticed that there is a "get started section" here:

http://www.privatehy...p-journey-here/

with all the basic infos about this strange industry.

your idea to start with very little amounts is right, remember that there is nothing certain and nothing 100% transparent in the hyip world and building a stable income from it is very hard, if not impossible. yes, as you mentioned everything seems to good to be true.

you have to consider it as a big casino where you can build some strategies, but still it has many similarities to gambling.

the golden rule here is very simple: never invest more than what you can afford to loose without affecting your offline life.



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Posted 16 May 2014 - 03:20 PM

Hello UGiles, welcome to PHF !

 

First, can you tell us if you need a stable income every month ? Hyips = no stable income. Perhaps an income stream but not the main one. If you really need money quickly, it will not be possible online in the first months - Slogans like "Make $1000 in your first month" is just pure lie, perhaps you will make $1000 a month but to acheive that, you will have to work regularly to build a solid business.

Now earning 1k per month with hyips is very difficult, particularly in the current hyip situation.



#4 UGiles

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Posted 17 May 2014 - 09:16 AM

While a stable income would be nice, it's not crucial, I'm actually in the process of starting a cloth nappy home business atm and hopefully that will eventually provide our stable income and in the mean time we have enough (just) to survive. I'm more looking at hyip's for something that could give us a bit of extra spending money and mean things aren't quite so tight.

 

I've already had a good look around the getting started section, I did have a couple of questions that I couldn't seem to find any discussion on, about who the best exchangers and payment processor are? and how it works? by that I mean the mechanics of it like if I wanted to buy a loaf of bread locally, the steps would be go to the shop, select bread, take to checkout etc, etc. sorry if that seems like areally dumb question but none of the sites have very detailed instructions and I've got rather confused. I also have the added complication of being in New Zealand and am not sure about how to get the small amount of money I can afford to start with into the account from here. I've signed up to perfectmoney but they have a min bank transfer limit of $100USD which is way more than I can afford atm.

 

I see that Perfectmoney has a lending facility, could this be a way to get the few dollars I can afford to start with, without messing around with international bank transfers or should I stay well away from it?

 

I'll no doubt have more questions soon, but in the mean time thanks for your replies and advice.

 

Ursula



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Posted 17 May 2014 - 10:09 AM

Getting some possible extra money with hyips - This is the right mentality to have with hyips, you can have a main business you build little by little and use some little money to boost it if possible to help your main business growing or please your family with some extra.

 

You will find some interesting threads to read in our eccurencies section. I will try to compile here some interesting read in our forum and also which are more related to your country.

 

This one is a must read as it gives some important facts to know about eccurencies like Perfect Money, EgoPay, SolidTrustPay :

http://www.privatehy...and-exchanders/

 

Currently the most popular eccurencies used in hyips are :

- PerfectMoney : This one is interesting because of low fee

- EgoPay : The problem of this one is the high fee

- BitCoin : Very interesting because of very low fee. Popularity of BitCoin is growing in hyips.

- Payeer

- SolidTrustPay : SolidTrustPay is very strict to approve payment gateway for a hyip plus fee are important here. So you will not find many hyips accepting SolidTrustPay but those hyips which are approved by STP tend to be quality hyips.



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Posted 17 May 2014 - 10:16 AM

It's important to consider eccurencies accounts not like bank accounts. They are not safe - More than one year ago Liberty Reserve was the most used eccurencies in the hyip industry. Sadly, they were sizzed by US Government because of money laundering activities and fraud.

We suggest you to have funds distributed into many eccurencies as possible and to keep only minimum to invest in hyips. Typically, profits earned should be withdrawn to your bank account.



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Posted 17 May 2014 - 10:24 AM

Here is a link I found in Money-News-Online portal (this is the most famous hyip blog in the hyip industry) where you can find the most reliable exchangers :

http://money-news-on...ved_exchangers/



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Posted 17 May 2014 - 11:12 AM

To have the best exchange rates, you can also use this site :

http://www.bestchange.com/



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Posted 17 May 2014 - 11:53 AM

There is a problem with lending facility. Borrowing money to play hyips is not the right thing to do as you have no guarantee you will have your money back.

Can you have UKash in your country / city ? There are ways to convert UKash to perfect money, bitcoin,...looks like it's possible in NZ.


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Posted 17 May 2014 - 12:12 PM

Here is a video in youtube which explains how to fund perfect money account and withdraw :



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Posted 17 May 2014 - 12:24 PM

Here is another short guide :

http://www.perfectmo...tprocessor.html



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Posted 21 May 2014 - 12:42 AM

if you are new to hyip, then i suggest you only invest on NEW GOOD launched ones. It will reduce your risk and let you learn some experience with hyips(from starting phase to end phase).

Don't invest on OLD programs listed in the forum.


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Posted 21 May 2014 - 03:56 PM

if you are new to hyip, then i suggest you only invest on NEW GOOD launched ones. It will reduce your risk and let you learn some experience with hyips(from starting phase to end phase).

Don't invest on OLD programs listed in the forum.

 

Thanks for sharing your experience sandwraith  B)



#14 UGiles

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Posted 21 May 2014 - 08:04 PM

Thanks for your advice sandwraith, but how do I tell if something is a good one? and what counts as new? a month, a week, a day? please don't take that the wrong way I really am grateful for your advice, just a bit (a lot) confused atm :D



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Posted 22 May 2014 - 12:35 PM

Thanks for your advice sandwraith, but how do I tell if something is a good one? and what counts as new? a month, a week, a day? please don't take that the wrong way I really am grateful for your advice, just a bit (a lot) confused atm :D

 

there are no fixed rules to define a program as "new", basically we can say that it depends on the plan: short term programs (those where your deposit expires after a week or sometimes even after a day) are "new" for their first two-three days online, then they can be cosidered at high risk because they're "old". on the other side, a program that pays a little % everyday for months (1% or 1,5% daily programs are very common) can be consider "new" for a week or ten days...

longer the term of the investment, longer the period that a program can be called new.


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