Hola mis amigos!
I don’t know about you, but lately everything seems to be spinning around me, and not in a hot-pants-Kylie-Minogue kind of way. Is that just me or was last month incredibly busy? I know we have been truly active over at money-monitor.com. So as not to waste your precious time, let us begin.
NEW PROGRAMS ADDED: MARICO TRADE AND TRUSTED PROFITS
To start with, despite lacking some major tlc (but it may be due to the fact that the website was created on 2013-01-11), Marico Trade’s page is rather easy to navigate. However, the compliments end there since it’s not properly secured and they demand your full name upon registration while close to nothing can be found about the program’s creators, which I find truly hypocritical (although a whois search reveals the following info: “Admin Address: 103 Student Drive P.O., Muscle Shoals 2603, Alabama, US, firstname.lastname@example.org, +1.8005551212).
Other than than, setting up an account is a piece of cake and can be done within seconds. According to the rather poorly developed “About Company” section, Marico Trade’s business model is “really simple” and that means that “investors entrust MT with their funds; Marico Trade, in turn, trade them in a wide variety of investment tools - both online and offline - to provide the yield way above the market”. Not clear? How about now: “we have Rent Heavy Equipment as Main Business and Trading Gold Business”?
I thought so, amigos. Let’s just make this clear: it’s a hyip that is “backed up by Forex market trading”. As far as the money issue goes, you have to spend at least $10 (non-returnable) using LR or PM and “depending on each plan”, the interest is acquired “Daily, Weekly, Bi-Weekly, Monthly and Yearly and credited to your available balance at the end of each day”. The interest varies between and among the Basic and Locked Plans: with Basic Plans that last 90 or 180 days it is 2%-2.80%, with Locked Plans (also 90 or 180 days) it’s 2.4-3.2%, depending on the amount you choose to invest. When withdrawing, remember that Marico Trade has a 8% withdrawal fee. According to the FAQ section, “funds are usually available within 12 business hours”.