Hola mis amigos,
I know that Dan Brown is probably not as "cool" as he used to be (side note: was he ever cool?), but still, whenever I see a symbol or an acronym I go into a detective mode and seek hidden meanings.
Which is why I got so excited when I first saw Manara Capital’s website. Why, you might ask? Oh well, nothing much, but there is a freaking Holy Grail in their logo! Yes, I know, I am paranoid - tell me something I do not know, amigos. But still, you have to admit that it looks like the whole Mary Magdalene-Jesus-offspring shenanigans (spoilers ahead, I guess. However, if you do not know what the subject matter of The Da Vinci Code was, you had been living in a cave and it is definitely not my fault). Having said that, imagine my surprise when I discovered that Manara Capital is not located in Paris or, at the very least, the Vatican. To add to this, I have not found a single coded message or a treasure map. But that does not mean that I have stopped looking…
According to the map they provided online, Manara Capital is actually located in a far better place than Paris or even the Vatican, namely the Seychelles. Yet I think it’s safe to say that they do not expect your visits, so maybe try reaching them via regular means of contact, such as a contact form (https://manara-capital.com/contact), an e-mail (email@example.com) or the pop-up chat online which was working any time I happened to check. You may ask, "Why would I want to contact Manara Capital?". It’s a very good question and it also attests to the fact that I have kept you in suspense long enough.
Manara Capital is "an independent privately-owned financial company operated by a team of professionals with a wealth of experience in capital markets. Our business model combines Asset Management and Investment Management Services". It is an active company incorporated on March 2, 2017 in the UK as "Manara Capital Uk", at the following address: Flat 5, 19 Wellington Street, Leeds, England, LS1 4JF. As one may read in their documents, it deals with "activities of open-ended investment companies" and "buying and selling of own real estate", which sounds about right. If you want the details, what we also know is that their incorporation statement establishes their capital at GBP 10,000 and their director is a Taylor Swift contemporary, but of Italian decent.
How do you make money with Manara Capital? Naturally, you start with setting up an account. Registration is easy: you enter your name, e-mail address, you choose your login and password, and you give them your payment information (PerfectMoney, Bitcoin, AdvCash, Payeer). It really takes seconds to become a user, but make sure you tell the truth as a "member agrees to provide actual, accurate and comprehensive data and other relevant information". Once you are in, you get to see a very simple and sufficient dashboard: there is your account information, deposit and withdrawal, transaction history (where you can also check your pending withdrawals and profit), the referral section and settings. Let me be frank here, manara-capital.com is not a very pretty or cute page, but it gets the job done, so to say. Now that you are an inside man/woman, you can also appreciate the security status (or, if you're anything like I am, you do it before you sign up, because being paranoid sometimes helps you along). The website has been secured with the latest favorite, that is COMODO RSA Domain Validation Secure Server CA, which is valid until March 2018. It coincides with the domain validity, as it was registered on March 6, 2017 and expires in March 2018 as well.
Now that we know how to do it, let's talk about the money. You need at least $10 and you may go as high as $50,000. You can invest as many times as you want/need. Profits are accrued every day, once a day. If you want to withdraw, the minimum is set at $0.1 or 0.001BTC, which is to say – it's very, very low. Bear in mind, though, that your principal "is divided into each date of payment (60 days) and returned to you along with a daily profit equal parts". Also, withdrawals are handled the old school, human way (which is why I included the information regarding where to find your pending withdrawals). When it comes to the plans and profits, it's easy to calculate your desired outcome with their "Calculate Profit" section. There is just one plan, "3% daily for 60 days", so if you go with the bare minimum, you may get $0.30 daily and $18 total and if you choose to go all in, the maximum seems to be $90000,00 total.
I keep searching for hidden messages and symbols, but all I can see is the "trouble-free platform" motto. I think there's something there, amigos. And I can't help but wonder: what "trouble" could a platform make? What "trouble" could a platform get into? Is there a bridge over a troubled platform? I don't seem to recall Simon or Garfunkel singing about platforms. Maybe if I start referring people to Manara Capital, and receive 1%, 2% or 15%, I'll be honored with the secret knowledge of platforms and grails? Or maybe if I become a representative and get 2%, 3% or 15% for referring people to Manara Capital (once I have invested $500 to become one), I'll start to understand the message hidden behind this lovely expression? Or will it forever remain my Holy Grail – the impossibility of understanding? Wow that was poetic, I have managed to surprise even myself. But you have to admit, that logo is just teasing us "with that Illuminati" thing, to quote Queen Bey. See you in Paris, amigos! I'll be the one with a laptop adorned with The Last Supper cover. Oh yeah, they exist.
Si, por favor!
– No hidden fees.
– Low principal.
– Strong support system available 24/7.
– Spelling mistakes that make the page and/or content look sloppy ("STANDART" "REPRESANTIVE", "Principal Include").
– The Mirror in Snow White would not answer with "You're the fairest of them all" to the website's question.