Liberty Reserve Blocked a Million Dollar Account: the Reason of Avo.net’s Death? RSS - comments

avo.net problemIt has been a couple of days since the last time Avo.net was online and the investors got a hold of their money.

According to Avo.net’s Facebook page, all of the problems are a direct result of Liberty Reserve’s account blockage.

What’s more, Avo.net’s administrator has issued a statement in which he declared that Libert Reserve “put a limit on their funds” without any notice and because of that Avo.net has been struggling with “paying any withdrawals to their clients”.

If you were wondering why Avo.net is in so much trouble since they also have a Perfect Money account, the administrator has come up with an explanation for that as well: “even though we have a Perfect Money account we do not keep funds in it and we deposit/transfer all our money from PM into our LR account every time.

 When we need to pay PM withdrawals we transfer money from LR to PM but all money is kept in LR”. Although this policy may sound somewhat controversial, it is not even closely as controversial as the following announcement:

“we get very huge DDoS attack on our name servers from Liberty Reserve [...] after publishing that news in our website”.

One may have thought that all the explanation is nothing we haven’t heard before from all the failed programs trying to justify their actions. However, upon a closer examination (https://www.libertyreserve.com/en/services/info), it turns out that Avo.net’s Liberty Reserve account has over a million dollar balance (!). As shocking as it may seem, you can see that amount for yourselves:

 What does it prove exactly? First of all, since avo.net has published its account’s balance, it may seem that such an amount was in fact blocked by Liberty Reserve. 

To add to this, it proves Avo.net’s popularity seeing that the program has actually accumulated such an amount of money. Still, despite the obvious acclaim, the level of investments, not to mention previous withdrawals, resulting in a one million dollar account remains truly fascinating. Naturally, the first reaction to such a piece of information is the suspicion of manipulation, but the screen above comes directly from Liberty Reserve’s website and can be checked by anyone, all you need to do is enter the following account number: U5699172.

What remains to be examined is the future of Avo.net’s money and that is what money-monitor.com is going to investigate. For the time being, Avo.net’s administrator asks all interested parties to contact Liberty Reserve “by all means possible emails, support tickets, chat etc. requesting that they release the limits on AVO funds so we can pay withdrawal requests”. In case this does not happen, Avo.net asks you to “request your initial investment back directly from Liberty Reserve”.

 

Newsletter: Avo.net official scam status, Hyips turn to scam before reviewing... RSS - comments

avo.net scam and problem statusHola mis amigos!

Yes, that’s right, another week’s gone. Sometimes it seems to me that I may serve to you as a remainder of the time passed. It’s making me sad, amigos. So, let’s stay positive and imagine that I say this to you in a creepily happy voice: “Another week’s gone! Yeah!”. No, still sad. But, hey, at least Christmas is getting closer and closer. Are they playing “Last Christmas” at your malls and shops already? They should, in my humble opinion.

Other than getting older – hurray for that – not much has happened financially speaking. I think that I’ve taught you that’s it’s a good think over at money-monitor.com. No major disasters, no news flash about scams – that should make us extremely happy, amigos. Unfortunately, not everything is pink and sparkly today, but let’s not think about it before we really have to. First of all, let me introduce three new programs: Global On Fast (problem status), High Earn Investment and Supreme Riches (problem status). See? Even the names sound optimistic. But, to be completely honest, they always do in this business.

 

NEW PROGRAMS: GLOBAL ON FAST, HIGH EARN INVESTMENT, SUPREME RICHES

The problem with new programs is that – believe it or not! – they are new. I know, I know, it must have come as a surprise to you, but that’s the truth and somebody had to say it. What I mean by that – and I actually do have a point there – is that it’s just hard to write about something that barely started existing. Probably with the exception of cute puppies and kittens, but let’s not kid ourselves, what we can say about them usually consists of annoying sounds and faces and sentences like, “Oh, look how cute they are!”. Basically, that’s no Schopenhauer, right? Anyway, when it comes to two of our newest additions we have not even registered any payments so far, so it’s even more confusing to write about them. Still, Global On Fast, which page is currently unavailable making it even harder to review, is a company focused on “long-term and high-yield online projects all over the world”. From what we gathered, they offer plans that begin with $10 of non-returnable principal, they accept Liberty Reserve and Perfect Money, but, really, that’s all I can tell you right now since globalonfast.com is giving me some sort of message in Russian, which roughly translated amounts to “Globalonfast.com domain name has been successfully registered and is ready for use”. Honestly. What I do know is that the server of this “successfully registered” website is located in Ukraine, which seems to be a more and more popular choice these days. If you are looking for some variety in your life, though, another program, namely High Earn Investment, is registered in Turkey and the server is located in the States. What’s different about HEI is that we get to learn the name and some other basic information about the program’s creator, which is a rarity of unspoken proportions in this business. Although the website needs some major work done (and some nice editing as well), it’s rather user-friendly and seems to be decently organized. As one may learn from the “Plans” section, High Earn Investment offers ten daily plans, which vary between 1 and 10% interest and $1-5000 investment. The downside is that they accept Liberty Reserve only, but the upside is that the principal is returnable. However, one should take into consideration the fact that the website is not protected in any way, which is disturbing since they ask you for your full name and address upon registration. What’s also disturbing is the fact that HEI shares its IP number with a significant number of different online money making businesses...

Newsletter: ProBusiness, SureInv and Secure-Income adds, avo.net turn to scam? RSS - comments

ProBusinessHola mis amigos!

Last time we “spoke” I got scammed. Yes, there is no other word for it. Because what should one say when they try to inform the readers in a reliable manner all the basics regarding the new programs and the minute you publish your story, it turns out that the very program you just described is actually a scam?

Fortunately, I didn’t like the program from the get go, so I’m actually quite relieved that my intuition is intact. Yes, I’m all “glass half full” today, amigos. And yes, it’s because of the weather, as always. I’m telling you, when the sun is shining and the sky is blue not much can upset me. I’m that simple. So, let’s try to uncover this week’s scams and successes!

 

First of all, theoretically there are four new programs to enjoy – Secure Income, Sureinv, ProBusiness, Rise Capital – but the truth is that Rise Capital is already in trouble (NOT PAYING), so putting what I preach into practise, namely that one should learn from one’s mistakes, I won’t bore you with any details regarding Rise Capital, since it’s basically a(n) (un)done deal by now. It’s kind of ironic that Rise Capital stopped paying, because one of their “advantages” was that “All payouts are instant”. Got to love the irony, amigos!

 

When it comes to the rest of the newcomers, they all still have the WAITING status, but it seems normal since they are really new – giving them the benefit of the doubt is still in order. The Russian-themed ProBusiness has been with money-monitor.com for a week now, and despite some really questionable English present on their website, one may conclude that ProBusiness is all about the HYIPs. According to the properly-secured probusinessltd.com, it is an “investment project (company) raising finances of private persons with the purpose of further increase of each investor’s capital”. Moreover, “with the amount equivalent to 1500 USD we propose you to enter into an agreement of online money investment in form of the offer acceptance”. There are also two types of investment packages available: “packages with 10 day payments” from 2.45 % per 10 days (valid for 30 calendar days) to 3.67 % per 10 days (valid for 720 calendar days) and “packages with payments in the end of the term” from 9 % for 30 calendar days to 300% for 720 calendar days. There is also a bonus for those whose birthday overlap with the investment period: “1% of the amount on your account for each your birthday”. The payments may be done via Liberty Reserve, Perfect Money, WebMoney, bank wires, Ukrainian liqpay and many, many more. To add to this, you are allowed to withdraw your money earlier, however a 20% “penalty” will be taken from your account.

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