Hola mis amigos!
In recent weeks there have been some controversy regarding my reviews.
I’m not saying that to complain, I actually cherish any controversy, I think that my job would be basically pointless without causing a stir. There’s only one thing I feel that I need to clarify: amigos, when I judge I judge completely. And, yes, I realize that we’re all in the online money making business, but that does not take away from the fact that a program would not be whole without a decent website, interesting logo, well thought out texts, high level of security, etc. Maybe I’m a weirdo, but don’t we live in times when weirdos and freaks are celebrated? Dare to be different, or something, right?
This week’s protagonist, Latter-Day, is no freak and no weirdo. It’s a regular program with a regular website and a rather unusual and interesting offer. Being superficial and all, I’d like to start with the way Latter-Day’s creator present themselves online. Have you heard that thud? That was actually my head hitting the wall, which means that almost nothing can be found about Latter-Day’s background, which is why I’m left wondering whether they are religious, or second, or late, or just truly apocalyptic.
I mean, why “latter”? Are we dealing with Mormons? My favorite to-go move, a whois search, gives me a Kiev, Ukraine, location, and it seems that the hosting is provided by Kiev-based Delta-X Ltd. The “sponsoring registrar” was OnlineNIC, a Chinese “internet services company that provides a suite of complementary and excellent wholesale internet services, including domain name service and other related services”. The domain is a fresh one, it was registered on February 18, 2013 and remains valid for another year. Is there anything personalized about Latter-Day? From L-D’s nice to look at website one learns that its mission is to “become one of the best HYIP”.