Newsletter: a new listing - XGolding, Christmas updates, new payza features RSS - comments

XgoldingHola mis amigos!

Ho, ho, ho, amigos! It’s my utmost pleasure to welcome you during this lovely, albeit snowless, Christmas season. Do you feel like you’re stuffed beyond your natural capacity? Do you feel like George Michael actually was a part of your Christmas dinner? Do you smell like a forest? If so, you can checked the Christmas off, you’re done. Ready for some money making?

 

NEW PROGRAM: XGOLDING

There’s not much to write about xGolding – besides the fact that it seems as if all the good names have already been taken and now all we are left with are names that sound like they are stright from a whole lot of different line of business, ekhm – since it still holds the money-monitor’s WAITING status. What should be said, however, is that xGolding’s website definitely gives one a lot of reading material. Also, the page seems well-prepared and thoroughly organized, which makes making one’s mind up that much easier. xGolding is “an investment company investing in the creation and development of small and medium sized businesses and sharing the dividends with final end investors”, which sounds somewhat vague, but the to-the-point FAQ section provides you with all the answers you need, e.g. “the minimum investment is $10”, “the maximum investment is $250,000” and “the investment term pays 2% for 150 business days”, that is Mon-Fri “excluding banking holidays”. xGolding accepts LibertyReserve, PerfectMoney, EgoPay and SolidTrustPay. Thanks to the “Getting Started” subsection, signing up is pretty straightforward but if you still need some help, the live chat should make that a piece of cake.

 

CHRISTMAS TIME: SUREINV, BENSON UNION & NEWGNI

Sureinv has been around since November but only lately we were given the opportunity to get to know Thomas Jenkins, sureinv’s administrator (http://thehyipbulletin.com/bulletin-exclusives/special-interviews/sureinv/), who hopes to “break the 1000 client barrier before Christmas” and according to whom, thus far sureinv’s has only encountered “minor problems”. Besides the interview, the latest newsletter contains mostly Christmas wishes and reassurance that “sureinv is not using the upcoming holidays for excuses to not to pay you:

interest will be credited as usual each day from Monday until Friday and we will process withdrawal requests on the public holidays in our country as well, which are Dec 25th, 26th and Jan 1st”.

Benson Union: Principal Confusion RSS - comments

On Friday “all accounts received double profit”, which should explain the lack of interest paid on Monday. However, on Tuesday everything should be back on track, profit-wise. When it comes to the principal, it turns out that there were “multiple some (sic!) support requests” regarding the fact that it was “not getting released”.

To clear things up, Benson Union reminds the members that “[t]he principal releasing system works a bit different way”, meaning that “[i]f you see 0 days in Remaining days on My deposits page it means that principal will be released NEXT business day so everything works normally and there is no reason to think that something is wrong".

Newsletter: TheMoneyGalaxy, Royal Traders and StallionGold adds and other news RSS - comments

TheMoneyGalaxyHola mis amigos!

Remember when I used to complain about the lack of action? Those good old days of summer, when I tried to suck anything interesting out of the most mundane pieces of news ever? I kind of miss those days, amigos. The days of yore, when there weren’t three new programs to learn about every week. Talk about cornucopia and never too much of a good thing... Yes, I do realize it’s ironic. And to quote the ever-quotable Phoebe Buffay from Friends, “and given my life long search for irony, you can imagine how happy I am” right now.

First things first, as I advertised before, there are three new programs added to the money-monitor list: The Money Galaxy, Royal Traders Capital and StallionGold. Let’s start with an excerpt of a rather thorough, might I humbly add, review of The Money Galaxy.

 

NEW PROGRAMS

THE MONEY GALAXY

Reviewed here 

Remember Star Trek and that whole “final frontier” idea? Did you ever think that someone would apply the same metaphor to an online investment company? Would you ever expect to read “We know how to dominate the skies” in other context that, for instance, on an airplane company’s website? The inspirational quote comes from a new website, https://themoneygalaxy.com, home of The Money Galaxy Inc., “a private investment firm legally registered in Delaware”. As you should probably deduce by now, the sky and space references are a part of the whole The Money Galaxy brand. I hope you deduced that, otherwise I’m just worried. About mankind in general, amigos. The Money Galaxy has been around for some time: the domain was registered on the 28th of June 2011, and the company was officially registered on the 28th of November 2008. What The Money Galaxy aims at is “to get as much earning from Forex, Stock Market and other markets as possible”. So, amigos, sky is literally the limit, it seems. I should probably warn you: there are many space-related references ahead... According to the website, the Delaware-based The Money Galaxy Inc. “invests in all types of financial products, such as bonds, equities, money market instrument and many other investment funds”. The “Masterpiece Financial Strategy” that makes one of the headlines on the page is basically “conserving capital, spreading risk, regular investment and balance portfolio”, the last one meaning that they “make you invest in all types of financial products”.

Here’s what The Money Galaxy has to offer: an extremely well-thought through page with all the right sections. It’s one of those rare cases where you don’t have to hire a PI to learn who they are. There even is a link to Delaware’s official website where you can look up the Money Galaxy https://delecorp.delaware.gov/tin/GINameSearch.jsp. You can learn their full address, how long they have been in business and they even understand that we live in the age of pictures, so you have the photos of Delaware on the website just to make the company seem more real. We can’t learn the names of people behind the Money Galaxy, but that, unfortunately, seems to be the official policy of online money-making businesses. However, The Money Galaxy does not shy away from someday meeting you face to face: according to the comprehensive FAQ section “in the next couple of months [they] are going to open several offices in North America, Europe and Southeast Asia”, so maybe then The Money Galaxy will become even more open to clients.

What about security, you ask? First of all, again, you don’t even have to look for the information yourself. It’s the first time since, well, I can’t remember when, that I didn’t have to check all the certificates myself. The Money Galaxy put every possible information in the FAQ part of the website. See, Other Programs? It’s not that hard. Anyway, The Money Galaxy “has Global Sign extended certificate” and “is using enterprise DDoS protection of www.vistnet.com”. Moreover, they implemented a “crypto card” system, which in not-nerd-language means that once you are a member you get an e-mail with a card that “contains a table of codes and numbers which will be used for editing your information”. Also, “[y]ou may [...] use it as log in PIN or for recovering your account information”. Naturally, there is also “the secret question and secret answer” possibility, but I have a rather low opinion of that option, to be honest. Come on, how many people around you know “the name of the street where you grew up”, a.k.a. your first address? Or the place you were born? If you ever watched an episode of some CrimeSomethingTvSeries, you know that most criminal acts are committed by close friends on close friends. Or spouses, who obviously know all that stuff about you. But, again, I’m getting into that paranoid mode, sorry. In case you tend to get paranoid as well, amigos, if you are a TMG member you can “review all your log in attempts and log in IPs in the ‘History Logs’ section of your account cabinet”.

Benson Union Payment Changes RSS - comments

BitCoin is the new e-currency introduced by Benson Union. From now on a “third-party API service BitCoin 24/7” will process all BU deposits and withdrawals. The advantage of this new arrangement should be instant withdrawals. That’s not everything on the payment options front: Benson Union now also accepts PexPay and SolidTrustPay. Talk about options!

Benson Union Payment Changes RSS - comments

BitCoin is the new e-currency introduced by Benson Union.

From now on a “third-party API service BitCoin 24/7” will process all BensonUnion deposits and withdrawals. The advantage of this new arrangement should be instant withdrawals. That’s not everything on the payment options front: Benson Union now also accepts PexPay and SolidTrustPay. Talk about options!

Newsletter: Klides and Mini-Invest add, ProfitClicking problems, Absolutiva news RSS - comments

KlidesHola mis amigos!

Welcome back to the real life! No more daydreaming of sandy beaches and barely-clad representatives of the opposite sex (yes, I’m trying to be politically correct, amigos).

It’s school time and no matter how old – or young, if you prefer to still think of yourself that way – you are, there is that sense of finality in the air and you know it.

Call it years of indoctrination or, more or less voluntary, slavery, but somehow our whole systems feel that once August is over, it’s serious. Now, I definitely didn’t expect this, but the world of online money making does not seem to follow this unwritten rule. When it comes to reporting news, never did I experience a week as uneventful as the last one. Did all the programs’ owners never go to school or something? Don’t they know that September should mean big changes? Never mind, actually, maybe it’s the way it’s supposed to be. After all, let’s all remember: no news is good news.

In order to breathe some life into the stagnated world of money making – but only only because of that, don’t you worry – we added two new programs to our list and they’re called The Klides and Mini-Invest.

 

NEWEST ADDITION: THE KLIDES

Although www.klides.com domain is only 52 days old, the company itself claims that it has been around for some time now. In fact, one can find the following information at the very bottom of the page: “2007-2012 The Klides Ltd. All rights reserved”. According to the “About the Klides” section, the Klides investing company is composed of “a team of financial managers which in late 2009 successfully created and developed from scratch their own platform to manage assets and integrated it into the Internet environment”. In other words, by the means of their own “technology” named Cross.skim Trading®, The Klides “performs automatic monitoring of all orders and deals on basis of which it further releases an analytical report which in turn serves as a base to the automatic placement of orders to buy/sell stocks and other stock instruments”. In plain English? The Klides basically deals with gold-mining, oil, electrical power engineering, financial sector and telecommunication companies securities. The thing that may somehow set this program apart from all the rest of such speculators would be that The Klides “invest 85% of assets in those securities which are maximum crises and volatile trends resistant”.

Despite the fact that The Klides is claiming to be planning ahead, for example to “start publicly keeping the books and publish reports” by 2015 and some further expansion “by early 2016”, not much can be found on the founders of the company/program. Yes, the domain name expires on the 11th of July 2017, which is so far ahead in the future that I can’t even see it clearly, but apart from some basic information not much can be said about the whereabouts of The Klides.The IP number search, depending on a search tool, gives you either the Czech Republic or Russia, and the basic whois search leaves you with the following location: “1536 Leomon st, Evergaldes FL 36058” (http://www.who.is/whois/=klides.com).

Benson Union Update RSS - comments

As per some of the clients’ requests, Benson Union decided to broaden its horizons and added EgoPay to the accepted list of payment processors. What’s more, soon there will be yet another addition: SolidTrustPay.

Newsletter: Goldenarium and Pipsfund adds, Liberty Reserve is back! RSS - comments

GoldenariumHola mis amigos!

This week I'm going to test the theory that simplicity is always the best option. No narratives this time, amigos. No complaints about the workings of the world, no sadness over the end of summer, no rambling about the scarcity of interesting news.

No, amigos, the following newsletter will be a one big positive message: no major drama took place last week.

Besides the fact that one of our newest programs decided to add some music to their page. Why would I call it drama? Because I did not expect such travesty and I left my speakers on. What a delightful surprise it was, I've got to tell you. What am I saying: you will hear it for yourselves....

NEW PROGRAMS: GOLDENARIUM AND PIPSFUND

It may seem that the world of online business is suffering from: a. some kind of a writer's block, b. a major domain shortage. One may say that the names of the up-and-coming programs get weirder and weirder every day. I'd like to present you with two brand new examples of the aforementioned phenomenon:

Goldenarium and PipsFund.

While I get that "Goldenarium" is a semi-suitable name for a company which deals not only with Forex business, but also invests in gold, silver, or oil, I truly hope that PipsFund ("investing in the Forex market", especially "USD/GBP fluctuations") has nothing to do with the orphan from Great Expectations or a birds' disease. What's more, when Goldenarium goes for the James Bond imagery with the guy in a tux and a drink and a golden girl in the background, PipsFund may have some more lofty aspirations which are reflected in its Tolkien-originated motto: "The greatest adventure is what lies ahead". Let's hope that doesn't mean we have to go on a trip that's going to last over a year and after which the only place suitable for us will be the land of the elves or something. However, at least PipsFund's page is not irritating.

What do I mean about that? It does not, for instance, have streaming videos that play whether you want them to or not, or music, or too many pictures and, basically, too much of everything, vide Goldenarium. Aesthetics aside, what are the programs all about, you ask?
Firstly, Goldenarium Ltd. is a London-based company (which may come as a surprise considering the bad grammar and spelling mistakes present on the page) registered in the UK (https://goldenarium.com/img/IncorporationCertificate.pdf). The website was created on the 8th of March 2012 and its expiration date is the 8th of March 2015. It holds a COMODO EV SLL certificate, and also "a website identity assurance warranty of $250,000", which theoretically means that "you are insured for up to $250,000 when relying on the information provided by IdAuthority on this site".

With as little as $10 or as much as $250,000, you can invest in one of the three plans Goldenarium offers: Bronze, Silver, or Golden Plan, which should give you a daily profit of 2.45-3.5% (you can calculate your exact earnings using the calculator implemented into the website). The plans last 90 (Bronze and Silver) to 120 (Gold) business days and after that time your principal will be returned.

Once your account is set up, which shouldn't take you more than 5 minutes, you can fund it via Liberty Reserve or Perfect Money. The optional compounding is available, you can compound "any amount between 0% and 100%", and you can make multiple deposits. Withdrawals are possible starting with $1, but since they are process manually, it can last up to 24 hours. Goldenarium also offers a rather generous two-level affiliate option, namely up to 15% referral commission.


At the very first glance, PipsFund seems way less open about its roots, but it is a whois search that leaves you with the strong conviction that PipsFund founders do not want to be found (sic!). Using WhoisGuard Protected company, PipsFund managed to cover its tracks thoroughly. Maybe it was supposed to shield the staff from spammers, or maybe it's all about the privacy? Either way, one may think that at least some information regarding the company should be available to the potential members.

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