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NoBoxHola mis amigos!

As I’m always saying – not that it’s my original thought or something – when it rains it pours, and it’s as true online as it’s not at all when it comes to the weather. Let’s be honest, this saying is stupid on the literal level – thankfully, not every rain is a deluge or all of us might as well be called Noah. But the saying sure is true when you take it to another level and in this manner it has never been more true than today.

Sieving through all the e-mails, news, updates, upgrades, scandals and controversies of last week, I cannot help wondering: why now? Is it just the natural course of things or is it something in the January water that makes people go crazy? Over the years I’ve mastered my personal theory that if something can go wrong, it will go wrong in January or September. It’s a whole huge dogma and I won’t bother you with all the juicy – albeit slightly insane – arguments, but believe me: it’s so on this time...

 

NEW PROGRAMS: NOBOX, SOL-R ENERGY, 72 BUSINESS, AD SOLID

As you should know by now, there’s nothing Money-Monitor appreciates more than transparency. That is why NoBox is a no brainer: an interesting program that is as far from anonymity as possible: founded by Karlo Marek of Santiago, Chile who has been an active InvestNote blogger for a couple of years, NoBox can pride itself in something more than a catchy name, a good slogan

(“Don't think outside the box...Think like there is No Box”)

and a well-designed website. First of all, it’s a hybrid that combines the idea of a HYIP, surf and ad platform. What’s more, the program’s “structure produces continuously revenue for the members” with some kind of an insurence scheme, that is a revenue-security holdback which is possible thanks to “banner ads, surf premium ads, text ads, affiliate revenue, cash-backs and referral commissions produced by Karlo’s investnote links”. Provided that there’s enough money, a user gets 2% per day until they achieve the 180% ROI limit. Naturally, one can also upgrade the account (with $4.99 or $6.99 per month) and, by doing so, increase the ROI limit to 250%.

Each of the three membership offers gives one different opportunities:

  • the Free Membership (minimum investment $5, non-returnable), the most basic one, requires daily surfing and limits the purchase of revenue packs to 200,
  • No Box Subscription ($4.99 a month) also requires daily surfing, but there is no limits as to how many packs you may buy, and you can “advertise 10 websites, receive 15 credits for premium ads (3 per day), receive 5 credits for manual ads (watch minimum 5, maximum 50 ads a day)”,
  • while NoSurf Subscription, as the name suggests, doesn’t require any surfing and gives one the opportunity to advertise 25 websites.

Another interesting No Box feature is called “cash back” which is a manually processed system that allows for a higher than usual affiliate commission for products from selected partners. At the moment No Box accepts LR, PM, EgoPay and STP.

 

Hybrids seem to be in fashion right now, since another newly founded program is one as well: AD Solid, a mix of HYIP, surf and ad platform. To add to this, AD Solid definitely got the security memo as it uses Staminus’ services, a unique script and SSL Thawte certificate. This Panama-registered program created in December 2012 not only offers a nice online experience with a pleasantly constructed website, but also five different investment plans:

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Related to: Stravia

StraviaYou know a company is pulling all the stops when they evoke same of the most famous pop culture references. Usually, it’s a big win – it’s a huge success when you no longer remember what was actually first: the reference or the company?

I mean, I know Santa has been around for some time, but when I was a kid I literally thought that he was the chairman of Coca Cola. You get the gist. Today’s protagonist, Stravia, has gone for one of the greats – Superman. With the image of a Clark Kent lookalike and the “Let us power up your investment” motto, Stravia Biz Inc. is clearly trying to boost our confidence in their services. Should we do that? Let’s take a closer look.

 

First of all, Stravia Biz Inc. is a Forex market oriented Panamanian company that is 2 years old and can pride itself in a pretty decently designed website. As it’s usually the case, Panama – a tax haven – is just a location, since the IP leaves one with a US address and according to the “About us” section Stravia is “active in the London and NY sessions”. Although the company reportedly was founded in 2012, the domain, stravia.biz, was registered on November 30, 2012, so one may conclude that Stravia has just begun its online journey. Perhaps that is due to the fact that Stravia’s investments “have performed incredibly well over the last 2 years, with 2012 being the most successful year so far” and the company “[has] seen rapid growth since September this year”.

What should be pointed out is that despite the freshness of the site, it is sufficiently protected against DDoS attacks (Black Lotus Communications) and has a correctly implemented Rapid SSL Certificate (GeoTrust, Inc.) that should last at least two years (bought on 12/8/2012, expires on 12/13/2014). Let’s appreciate that since some older programs still have major issues when it comes to their websites’ security. Not to mention the fact that most pages struggle with the right color schemes (Stravia’s may not be the most original or appealing one, but at least it’s consistent), good organization (we have all the crucial sections here: “About Us”, Calculator”, “Get Started”, “FAQ”, and so on) or explaining the plans exhaustively. However, one could only hope for some better “Contact” part of the website since, for now, not only is it hard to find, but one may also feel disappointed with the scarcity of options, namely a generic contact form. You can also call Stravia’s UK or US office (US: +1 302 261 9579, UK: +44 20 3286 8879), but we all know it’s rather pricey.

Newsletter: Stravia new program, Uinvest new project, IAmTrust website problems RSS - comments

StraviaHola mis amigos!

First of all, are you alive? Do you see any meteors heading in your general direction? Is Bruce Willis trying to rescue you? Or is it Will Smith? In fact, is anybody trying to save you right now?

If not, I think it’s safe to say that the Mayas simply run out of stones, or paper, or whatever it was, and just could not finish that silly calendar because of lack of resources. If we don’t survive until Christmas –- my mistake. However, I strongly believe that money-monitor can survive anything. Meteors? Aliens? Flood? Zombies? Bring it on!

 

NEW PROGRAM ADDED: STRAVIA BIZ INC.

For a change of pace, this week we have only one program to discuss at this point, Stravia Biz Inc., a Forex market oriented Panamanian – at least officially since the IP leaves one with a US address and according to the “About us” section they “are active in the London and NY sessions” – company that is 2 years old and can pride itself in a pretty decent website. The domain, however, was registered on November 30, 2012, so one may guess that Stravia has just begun its online journey. Perhaps that is due to the fact that Stravia’s investments “have performed incredibly well over the last 2 years, with 2012 being the most successful year so far” and the company “has seen rapid growth since September this year”.

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