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Is it just me or is it harder than ever to find a well-designed website?

What is wrong with the world? Shouldn't it go the other way round: the older the Internet gets, the better the websites become? It should, right? Believe it or not, I somehow get the impression that programs care less and less about the way their websites look, as if that's not important when you deal with your clients online…

This introductory rant should give you the idea of what it's been like to deal with ugly designs, counter-intuitive and poorly prepared pages I deal with sometimes. Also, it should not surprise you that our today's protagonist is… Just the opposite of everything I loathe.

 

To start with, you immediately know who you're dealing with. WealthGroups, or WG FX Limited, is a UK-based company and "one of the investment funds that based its actions on the Forex market". Dealing "mainly with Forex market", WealthGroups has not forgotten about the first rule of the Internet: presentation is everything. While the "About Us" section may consist of some done and done cliches ("Our employees have many years of experience gained in the financial markets", but we do not learn more about neither the employees, not the markets), you can also find a PDF file of Certificate of Incorporation (https://wealthgroups.com/docs/certificate.pdf) from which one may learn that WG FX Limited is a private limited company number 8655589.

To add to this, a whois search reveals that the domain was registered on 2012-08-02 by Frank Roger (9 Prebendal Court, Oxford Road, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire). One must not forget about one of the most crucial facts: the domain shall be valid for another 10 years, which is why you may read "© 2013-2023 WealthGroups.com, Incorporated Company in the United Kingdom" on the bottom of wealthgroups.com.

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Hola mis amigos!

It's been a hectic week, but – don't fret – nothing majorly tragic happened. It's just that we've added three new programs.

When you add the fact that things seem to finally start happening again all around – remember that awful boredom that we call December – and that the snow is just everywhere, it all seems to be back to normal. Let's get on with it then, amigos!

 

NEW PROGRAMS: 3PAMM, WEALTHGROUPS LIMITED, CHIGANKA

Apparently taking part in the "Most Peculiar Domain Name" contest, 3pamm.com is one of the newest additions to our list. Although the domain might be difficult to remember, there is not much to trouble your mind with since the registration process is pretty straightforward. Choosing a plan shouldn't be a bother either: there are five plans and they last 12 to 85 days. You can start investing with just $10 and go as high as $20000.00, unless you're considered a VIP member, then you can go as high as $60000.00.

If you're an indecisive person, you should think twice before investing your money because "one can withdraw funds only at the end of the investment period, so make sure to set financial priorities properly". Bear in mind, however, that upon maturity of your plan "you will receive the deposit + income in full amount". The interest on deposits is accumulated 7 days a week and you can withdraw "deposit fees can be withdrawn at the moment they are deposited". Payouts take no more than 24 hours, but the amount you can withdraw is set separately for every plan. Unfortunately, there is not much to say about the creators of the program, but the domain should be fine for six more years, which is always a nice touch.

Also, in case you were wondering, 3pamm is in the "fund trust management" business and a "PAMM-account is an instrument for simplifying the process of funds transfer to the Trust account Manager (Managing company). It automatically performs all spreads and income and expenses calculations for both parties". All you need to start your 3pmm day is an EgoPay, Payeer, Perfect Money account, or you can just send the money via bank wires, or use one of many e-currencies they accept (e.g. QIWI, Liqpay).

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