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ProsperaNova reviewHola mis amigos!

In this day and age it may seem sometimes that people would do literally anything to be original, don’t you think?

It’s like nobody can give a straight answer to a question no more. What do I mean, amigos?

Let’s say you want to ask somebody about their hobbies. In the old days, people would typically tell you that they like reading, dancing or watching movies. Now, you will often hear words that aren’t words and names that sound made up. If you’re not into night-skating, molecular cuisine or some indie band called I Sniff Glue, you’re nobody. Really, amigos. That’s why more and more often I find simplicity relaxing and soothing. And that’s why I get really annoyed with making something more sophisticated than it should be.

Now, let’s talk new programs. As you know, most programs tend to advertise themselves as “professional”, “inspiring” and what-not. Prospera Nova went for the American dream metaphor,

“Dream it! Achieve it!”.

If only... First of all, if any of you ever read The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, you probably remember that having your dreams come true can mean being stuck on a dark island in the middle of nowhere, where all your nightmares keep on happening over and over. Secondly, however good a money-making program may be, it still won’t make me a Pulitzer winner, or an Oscar recipient, right? But let’s get to the good part: simplicity. That’s the area in which Prospera Nova truly excels.

Despite the fact that their logo is somewhat creepy – a huge sad eye with freakishly long eyelashes – their plan should not scare you. It’s simple: you get a 2% daily profit from Monday to Friday, and you will be getting it for 365 days. What you need to do first is set up an account, which won’t take more than a few minutes since you won’t even have to give them information regarding your source of income. It’s as simple as it gets: you don’t even need to reveal your surname, Prospera Nova wants to be on a first name basis with you. Naturally, there is at least one ridiculous “Secret Question” on the list, namely “What was your first phone number”, but maybe you’re one of those numbers freaks who always remember everything. In that case, congratulations, amigo. When setting up an account, you need to give them “Financial Information”, which means listing the payment processors that you use: Liberty Reserve, Perfect Money, SolidTrustPay or EgoPay. Then you deposit at least $1 or as much as... Well, you name it, since “Dream it! Achieve it!” is Prospera Nova’s motto, you can give them as much money as you dream.


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