OK, first of all let’s just agree on something, amigos: first impression is crucial. I know it’s a cliche and that we all know it, but let’s TRULY know it, acknowledge it, live by this very simple rule.
You must have read tons of articles about how the first impression matters when you apply for a job, or go on a date, or even to the dentist. So imagine my frustration when I started writing this review and the website of the program I was to write about suddenly disappeared.
What my first impression should be? I’m so confused now. On one hand, it shouldn’t be too good since a not working page rarely does boost one’s confidence in what they sell. But on the other hand, who here never had similar problems with any of their favorite pages. I mean even gossip columns sometimes just don’t load, right?
My frustration is doubled by the fact that the program apparently tried to ALWAYS make a good first impression: why else would they name it Strong Investment?
You hear the name and immediately you feel more confident about their work, right? Or do you get more suspicious, amigos? Like “Why are they claiming to be strong? What’s wrong with them? Maybe it’s actually a sick joke? Or some twisted metaphor for weakness?”. But, let’s face it, if your mind works in this particular way it would be best if you were transferred into a nice, cozy and safe padded white room with no knobs. Admit it.
I had to wait a while, but when Storng Investment’s page came back on, it was really on. I’ll be straightforward: I like the website. It’s clean and simple, a little Facebook-y, but that seems to be the hottest trend now. It’s easy to navigate and the F.A.Q. section is a true blessing. It takes my mind off things like... The terrible “mottoes”! “There’s never a bad time to make a good investment” – really? How about when I’m in the shower singing “Crazy in Love”? Does it really sound like a good time to make an investment? Or when I suffer from some soul sucking disease? Or, yes, I will go there – if I’m somewhat occupied, take it as you may? The “Make your dream come true” is one of the least original things ever, but at least it’s not as annoying as the assumption that Strong Investment knows something about me that even I don’t know. Like, you know, the fact that I enjoy making investments in the middle of vacuum cleaning.
Let’s move forward amigos, because we have so much ground to cover and by that I mean Strong Investment’s plans. It may get tricky, amigos. You might want to involve your thinking cap, if you happen to have one: there are six investment ranges to choose from (beginning with $10 - $100 and going as high as +$10,001) and four different options when it comes to the investment period (from the 60 days plan to the ambiguous “long-term”, about which one can read that no “specific period on Long-Term plan” has been assigned so that “your investment will be active as long as you decide to release the deposit”). The profits vary between 1.1% and 5% daily and the compounding option is always available. Strong Investment really seems to be all about free will (e.g. you can create multiple accounts and you family members can create accounts from same computer and IP address” – all you have to do is “provide separate account number and contact email for each account”).s wrong with them? Maybe it
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