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Hola mis amigos!

What a nice, slow, easy-breeze week it was! Almost like a well-deserved holiday. Since there’s literally nothing bad to report, let’s go straight to the point, amigos.


Last week we’ve added two new programs to our mix: VladimirFX and Easy Growth., as one can judge by the name, is a Russian website and only portions of it are translated to English. Since I haven’t mastered Russian, I’m afraid that I can only tell you the VladimirFX basics regarding the plans and the website itself.

First of all, VladimirFX deals with the Forex market: its owner, Vladimir Kotsyuba reportedly is an “independent trader” with “first experience with Forex in 2001” and at the moment he “specializes in the GBP/USD pair”.

Secondly, to invest you need at least $50 (the principal is not really returnable but it can be withdrawn afterwards) and the profit directly depends on the amount of money you decide to put into VladimirFX: “from $50 - you get 50% of profits, from $1000 - you get 60% of profits, from $5000 - you get 70% of profits, from $10,000 - you get 80% of profits, from $50,000 - you get 90% of profits”. As you can see, the rules are simple, compounding is available, all transactions are handled manually, and it apparently deeply affects payout time since it takes place during weekends only. VladimirFX accepts Liberty Reserve, bank wires and WebMoney. The website is secured with GeoTrust RapidSSL certificate, but you can see it only when you attempt the Russian signing in/up.

Easy Growth has the “English advantage”, so more is known to an average user. Plus, (secured with COMODO SSL certificate) is actually rather appealing so searching for information is not a drudgery. To start with, according to FAQ section “Secure Income is an international investment company officially incorporated in Dominican Republic and doing its activity in compliance with all applicable policies and regulations of Dominican Republic’s government”. So “Secure Income” or “Easy Growth”, amigos? I’m confused...

Anyway, the minimum to invest is set at $10 and, theoretically, you can withdraw as little as $0.01, but Easy Growth a.k.a. Secure Income warns potential members that it’s only true when it comes to Liberty Reserve and Perfect Money, because “the minimum amount that can be sent to Solid Trust Pay is $0.50” and that’s why you should “refrain from request smaller amounts to Solid Trust Pay system as these requests will be declined since they are impossible to be processed”. The whole process is handled manually and “on average all withdrawals are processed within 1-3 hours upon approval” but EG’s team “reserve the right to hold your funds for up to 12 hours for review before paying out”. No compounding is available, but the principal should be returned to you without any problems upon maturity.

The plans do not have any cute names and, naturally, the main difference between them is how much money is requested up front and how much money you can earn: 125% after 1 day, 225% after 3 days, 475% after 7 days, 2225% after 30 days, all including the principal investment.

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Hola mis amigos!

 Have you ever wondered how beautiful life would be if everything was actually black and white? How easy investing would be? How straightforward online businesses would appear?

I guess that’s the implication Black & White Fund Ltd. wanted to imprint onto our minds. As far as business ideas go, it’s a good – albeit not all that original – one. Has B&W succeeded? Let’s take it one step at a time.

First of all, a black and white business strategy would involve complete transparency on the company’s side. And what do we know about BW-Fund? To be blunt: not much. A whois search leaves you with nothing but the ubiquitous WhoIsGuard Protected message. The domain was created on the 7th of January 2013 and expires within two years. The “About Us” section doesn’t explain that much either – one gets the basic “private investment group operating in the world securities and financial markets” info, which seems to appear on each and every Forex-related website. The details aren’t that, let’s say, specific as one may have wanted:

“Black & White Fund Ltd. started offline operations in 2010 but website went online in just now in Jan-2013”.

What has BW-Fund been doing since 2010 exactly? “Having started as a small investment group operating only on the UK stock market, we have gradually expanded our investment activities on all major financial markets of the world” while still dealing with “Forex & commodities markets” “all over the globe”. The company’s mission seems to be enclosed in the following slogan, “It's Never Too Late to Make Money” which, again, does not reveal much, although it seems to be inspired by nursing homes’ mottoes. The promise that BW-Fund “will earn profits from world's biggest market worth 4 trillion dollar with our professional experience and as we will earn, definitely you will earn being our partner” doesn’t sound plausible either, especially thanks to the “4 trillion dollar” line, which makes BW-Fund look – sorry to say that – quite anti-business-y, if you will. To sum up: transparency? Not so much.


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