Hola mis amigos!
Are your chestnuts roasting on an open fire (no pun intended)? Is Jack Frost, the wicked man, nipping at your nose? Have your country let it snow?
All in all, is the Christmas spirit upon you, amigos? Or are you ready for some money-related issues? Actually, it doesn't matter which answer you ticked as correct, you will be given some materialistic information anyway. After all, Christmas is all about getting recently, right?
NEW PROGRAMS: DIGADZ, ATREXTRADE, PHARMA-FINANCE
We have three new protagonists today, amigos. Yes, it's the abundance of riches. I've told you, Christmas time is near!
First of all, there is DigAdz, one of the most annoying and, yet, memorable names in the recent history of domain names (is there such a history? If not, there should be one). While the name evokes such life-altering images as the registration plate "2QL4SQL" in a Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen movie, the website is actually as cool as you think it would be. You get the "How it Works" site with some cool graphics and slogans, but also the rather informative "Faqs" thanks to which I can now tell you that DigAdz is a revenue sharing program that deals with ads (duh, I know) and all the "marketing solution services" attached to them. DigAdz has a point system called DigPoints and "every 1 Point will deliver $0.001 worth of Value ad to your account".
Bear in mind, "Points are your maximum earning potential" and you need to get them in an active way to earn with DigAdz, so watch all those ads and click away. What you do need are DigPoints for "Points ads" to receive ValueAds. I know, there are names for everything, but what it boils down to is this: when you get Value ads, your Points will be reduced and it will happen until all the Points are gone. Remember, "the more Points you accumulate in one go, the higher value ads in your account will begin to receive". What you want are the Value ads, obviously, because then you can "cash out as soon as you meet the minimum required, for your payment method of choice", which is usually $5. You can also get 10% for referring to Bundle Ad Purchase or 5% of the click value when it comes to Value ads.
A Bundle Ad ($1 each) is the pack you need as well, because bundle ads give you things like visits and web banners. The website is super-easy to browse, the logo is cute and the page has been implemented with Comodo ECC Domain Validation Secure Server valid until November 12, 2015. The domain was registered a month ago and will be around for 2 years, so it seems that DigAds has thought about everything. I, however, would add a guide to all the names and ideas presented there, because if somebody does not dig it, they will not get digging, if you know what I mean, homies… I mean, amigos. Although judging by the number of "likes" on Facebook (over 5,530), I think people are digging into it nevertheless.
Second of all, we've recently added a new program called AtrexTrade. AT is a company that started in 2008 and became public in 2012. Based in the Seychelles, AT deals with the Forex market in a short-term and a long-term way, which basically means that the plans do not have an expiration date, amigos. Since they came out just recently, the website is equally fresh with an extremely well-organized FAQ section giving the reader all the important information and being easy-to-comprehend at the same time. The domain was registered this year and will be valid until the year 2024. Yes, I did not make a mistake, 2024, amigos. The website is secured with Rapid SSL certificate issued on July 8, 2014 and valid for a year.
With a simple but comprehensive website, AtrexTrade is pretty easy to navigate: they accept EgoPay, Perfect Money and Bitcoin, you can call them (+44 20 3287 8253) on business days from 10-5 p.m. or send them a message using the standard contact form. There are four plans to choose from depending on the amount of money you're willing to invest and the share of daily profit you want: plan A $10-$600 and 50%, plan B $601-$6000 and 55%, plan C $6001-25000 and 65%, and plan D $25001-$60000 and 75%. You get paid from Tuesday to Saturday, and let me say that one more time (I feel like I'm in a video now…): there is no end date since these are non-expiring plans. You can withdraw your principal, but there are some "early contract termination fees" to consider and you cannot withdraw your money sooner than after 25 business days.
Last but not least, there is Pharma-Finance, the polar opposite of DigAdz when it comes to the youthful factor and the general coolness of being, well, cool. With a "we-mean-business" website and a tough subject matter, Pharma-Finance oozes seriousness: it is a company "occupied with financing [...] new pharmacological developments and medicines". The domain is valid for one year and was registered in November 2014, while the website is secured with Comodo RSA Domain Validation Secure Server valid until November 28 2015. Not much is known regarding the creators other than the fact that it's all about the medicine and they reside in Winterton House, Winterton Way, Macclesfield, United Kingdom. The company registration number is also given (08941372), but no phone number is available. You can contact them via e-mail (email@example.com), the standard contact form or using the live chat to find out more. Registering is easy and the plans equally straight-forward: you can make the deposits (from $10 to $100000.00) using Perfect Money, EgoPay, Payeer or Bitcoin; you can choose a plan out of 4 plans depending on the amount you're willing to invest and the profit you desire (there are 4 sub-plans in each plan) from 102.50% after 1 day to 4000.00% after 48 days. According to the FAQ section, "[t]he profit is accrued on 7 days" and you can "cash [it] out [...] profit every day". Payouts take from 10 minutes to 12 hours. There's also an affiliate program with which you can earn 3% commission.
When an admin adds some extremely lucrative options out of the blue, we usually know that something's up. So when EU5's administrator did that very thing so that people would invest more, we started to get suspicious. As it could have been predicted, the admin in question has stopped paying for the new "awesome" plan and although we're getting our money, we still have a PROBLEM with that.
Stay safe, amigos!