Hola mis amigos!
It’s not often that I get to tell you about a program that has been around for more than a month. Usually, my job can be compared to assessing whether the new-born pink baby has got what it takes to become a fully developed money-obsessed toddler.
That’s why I cherish these moments, amigos, since what we have here is a one-year old (according to the website’s news section, the first birthday party was celebrated on June 2, 2013), who joined the online world on December 22, 2012 (the domain is valid for one year).
I know, I know, children shouldn’t be exposed to the Internet at that age, but you know, amigos, the times, they are changing. Plus, it’s only a metaphor, so get over it.
Australian Business Group, or ABG as I will call it henceforth, is “a private investment club” dealing mainly with the Forex market. To be specific, as one may read on australianbusinessgroup.net, ABG “examines the current exchange rates, gold, stock and foreign exchanges”. With a website that seems to be aimed at those who are just starting the Forex adventure – you even have a separate “About Forex” section – ABG gives quite a comprehensive view at what Forex actually is. Unfortunately, some of the subsections are still not available on the website and – what’s truly confusing – there’s no FAQ section; it’s all somewhat disappointing as the page has been online for quite some time now. However, as we all know, it’s a tough business and in the celebratory one-year piece, ABG mentions coming upon some major obstacles last year:
“blocking of the domain site, DDoS-attack, moving to a new hosting, closing Liberty Reserve”.
Regrettably, the page is still not secured with any SSL certificates, which is pretty surprising when one takes into consideration what ABG has been through. As far as the documents go, what Australian Business Group does have is a separate section in which you can find the paperwork they decided to publish.
The page has two language options: English and Russian, which is always a plus. While the website may seem rather complicated at first I can ensure you that it’s just the first impression and it’s probably because of the fact that the plans appear every time and take up half the screen. After a while, one can get use to that and start to appreciate having them displayed openly to consider the options. And there’s a lot to consider, amigos. Australian Business Group has not one, not two, not three, but five investment plans to offer. The plans are called accordingly, so the names should tell you a lot: ABG Start, ABG Light, ABG Trust, ABG Gold Forbes, ABG Stability.
Choosing ABG Start means that you want to start investing up to $300 for 15 days and earn 1%. ABG Light starts at $301 and lasts 30 days (1.4% profit), while ABG Trust ranges within $2501 and $4000 and requires 55 days of your commitment (1.8% profit). ABG Gold Forbes is the most expensive and seems recommendable for those who enjoy long-term relationships: 80 days, $4001-$15,000, and 2.2% profit. All the plans mentioned above let you earn your profit only on working days and ensure a returnable principal. The last plan, ABG Stability, which requires an investment of $200-$15,000, is quite different: you get paid 7 days a week for 90 days, the profit is the highest, 3%, but the principal will not be returned to you.
Once you’ve made up your mind, it’s exceptionally easy to join the group of Australian Business Group clients: a pop-up will appear as soon as you click “Invest” or “Registration” and, after giving them some pretty basic information, you will log into the “Members area”. Choosing a plan is more than straightforward and to fund one’s wallet just go to “New deposit” and choose one of the payment systems: SolidTrustPay, EgoPay, Perfect Money or QIWI. You can also decide whether you’ll pay in USD or EUR and if you want to go with the compounding option (0-100%: 0%, 10%, 20%, 30%, etc.). When it comes to withdrawing your money, you can start at just $0.01, but you might need to remind yourselves to be rather patient since the whole process is handled manually and may take up to 48 hours. What’s more, be sure to check your calendar, because ABG does not process payouts on weekends and public holidays. If you’re feeling anxious, you can always go to the main page and watch the calming video prepared by ABG, which – if you are a geek, and I’m not implying that it’s true – may remind you of a cross between the Lord of the Rings merchandise and some Stephen King adaptation.
If that doesn’t help you, you can always contact ABG in one of the following ways: by phone (+61-280363179), using the contact form online or using the live chat. As one who have tried and tested the ultimate option all I can say is that they are quick to address your issues. To add to this, as one may judge from the website, the social media means of communication are “Coming soon”. Naturally, if you feel lonely you can always visit them in Australia (or in China, if you take into consideration the whois search results). But, let’s be honest, if you really need that kind of support you’re the child in this conversation. Shall we play now?