Newsletter: TheBig5, JM-Fund, ProsperaNova adds, ProfitClicking beta tests RSS - comments

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 TheBigFiveThe school year started with an abundance of new programs, so be prepared! It’s just like checking if you bought all the notebooks and other supplies like, I don’t know, pencils and what-not. This time you have to make sure you’re prepared for not one, not two, but three new programs. Are you ready?

 

NEW ADDITIONS: JM FUND, PROSPERA NOVA, THEBIG5

The first new program on our list is JM FUND, a company that reportedly has been in business for 5 years, but went online just recently, that is a month ago. JM FUND is for those who enjoy simplicity and do not have the time to sieve through a plethora of plans. It’s not a program directed at the “compare and contrast” crowd, there is only one plan to choose and it’s as straightforward as it gets: you get a 10% profit within 15 business days. How does it work exactly?

According to the website, the “investment model is based on short-term and long-term investments (60% in short-term and 40% in long-term) and generates income way greater than most regular investment models do”. To add to this, JM FUND supposedly works with “state, local government and companies in Asia and Africa” and in doing so “[helps] local and state government” and aids in “[revitalizing] the economy and [creating] more jobs that are so desperately needed”.

Sounds a little vague, but soon we should be able to tell you more, or at least the JM FUND’s administrator will tell you more about the way the program operates. Yes, there’s an interview coming and you’ll be able to find all the possible answers to, let’s hope, all your possible questions about JM FUND. For now, let’s focus on what we know: in order to become JM FUND investor you need at least $10, setting up an account is easy and they do not expect you to share many personal details, the “business days” are your typical Monday to Friday, no big surprises there.

You can fund your account using all the major processors: Liberty Reserve, Perfect Money, SolidTrustPay and EgoPay, and withdrawals (minimum $0.01) shouldn’t take more than the standard 24 hours. The website itself is a little basic, but it is protected against DDoS attacks and uses the COMODO SSL certificate. Despite the fact that you can earn the money only 5 days a week, the support team works 24/7 and there is a live chat in case you have any doubts.

 

Prospera Nova is a little less mysterious when it comes to conveying its offer. PN has also been in business for some time now (according to the Legal Certificate displayed on the website, the company was created in 2012), the domain was registered on the 27th of May 2012 (and expires on 27-05-2014), but the online expansion started on the 5th of September. It seems that Prospera Nova mostly deals with forex investments, but “the] main portion of [PN’s] income comes from stock market activity". Unlike JM FUND, we know a little more about Prospera Nova’s whereabouts: “Prospera Nova LTD is a private investment program that is based in United Kingdom” and the server is located in the Netherlands. Becoming one of PN’s members is quick and painless, the minimum is set at one dollar only and PN’s accepts Liberty Reserve, Perfect Money, SolidTrustPay and EgoPay, and withdrawals take up to 24 hours (minimum $0.01).

The motto should have already been a clue, “Dream It. Achieve It”, but it still may come as a surprise that there is no maximum amount to spend. Sky’s the limit, apparently. Or perhaps not since, according to Prospera Nova’s FAQ section, “t]he profits won't reach the sky”... The compounding option is available, but beware: just like with JM FUND, the profit is earned on weekdays only. Also just like JM FUND, it’s not an offer for those who like to have options – there is only one plan and it’s the following: “[d]aily payouts of 2% (Monday to Friday) for 365 days”. Again, similarly to JM FUND, the website needs some major TLC, but it should be secure: PN invested in the RapidSSL Certificate.The support part of the website, on the other hand, could use a little diversity – in today’s world a simple ticket system just isn’t enough, even when it’s supposedly 24/7. By the way, should we assign the fact that JM FUND and Prospera Nova both offer 24/7 support but let you earn the money only on weekdays to some kind of new online eccentricity? Anyway, what’s important is that out of the three new programs Prospera Nova is the only one that gives you the compounding option and returns your principal.

 

TheBig5 takes a different approach towards investing: calendar days are what matters. However, as it’s usually in life, everything has its ups and downs. While you earn your profit every day with TheBig5 and the “support team [is] available around the clock” all you can do in case of an emergency is send them a ticket or an e-mail. Still, they are way more articulate than what we usually come across: TheBig5 is actually “a legal entity and registered as an offshore limited company in the UK” (Company No. 06818993, https://thebig5.biz/images/certificate.pdf), namely Investors Association LTD with its headquarters in London (21 Mansell Street).

A company that deals with “Forex, Real Estate, Precious Metals, Energy commodities and fixed income securities” and offers two investment plans: THE FIVE and Fixed 114. First of all, you should remember that investing with TheBig5 is not a one-dollar-deal: you need at least 20 of those puppies in order to make your first investment. Or as much as one million of them... THE FIVE is a 31 calendar days plan thanks to which you can earn 5% daily, which should give you 155% R.O.I. Fixed 114 is a short-term relationship, which lasts 10 days and offers a 114% R.O.I. which you will get after that period of time. According to the FAQ section, TheBig5’s “average monthly profit is around 56% to 67% which can be 1.86% to 2.23% of interest on a daily basis” and which is generated “online and offline".

When it comes to the basic how-to: setting up an account is not a big deal, you don’t have to tell them a lot about yourself; they accept Liberty Reserve, Perfect Money, EgoPay and SolidTrustPay; the minimum to withdraw is $1 and the process may take up to 48 hours. The website itself is user-friendly and actually rather pretty. But we all know that the looks is just a bonus, what matters is the security: thebig5.biz holds the COMODO High-Assurance Secure Server certificate.

All today’s protagonists offer the referral programs, JM FUND and Prospera Nova offer 2, 3 or 5% commission, and TheBig5 gives you 5% “on every new investment made by the investor you recommended” and you don’t have to be an “active member” in order to do so. The choice is yours, amigos.

Contrary to what you may think by now, other things did also happen last week. Here we go:

 

PIPSFUND IS TWO WEEKS OLD

After two weeks online, PipsFund has accumulated “over $30,000 in total deposits, 1,500 registered members and over 1,000 active investments” and “over 1,100 likes” on Facebook, according to PipsFund’s latest newsletter. In addition to this, over $850 was paid to those who referred to http://pipsfund.com/, which supposedly means that “at least 70% of [PipsFund’s] members were directly referred by someone”. Apart from the bragging, PipsFund has also reminded all interested parties that the minimum for the bank wire transfer option is set on $5,000 and $1,000 when it comes to the minimum withdrawal.

 

PROFITCLICKING BETA TESTS

ProfitClicking has been adding the “finishing touches on the dashboard in [the] customer account”. That notification might be understood as the final announcement that ProfitClicking will soon be officially open for business or, rather, that they are “beta testing” the services. The first phase of the beta testing is focused on “the areas to fund [the] wallet and purchase [the] ad packs”.

 

UINVEST: GUN ACADEMY, CROWDSOURCING AND FOODSTUFF MILL PROJECT

In the latest newsletter, UInvest is claiming the first prize on coming up with “crowdsourcing”, recommends the newest project “GUN Academy”, which is not as lethal as it sounds, and announces some new projects. Leaving the “who was first” debate aside, GUN Academy is set to “[unite] more than 80 agents from all around the world”, which is important because some of them “make thousands $$$ weekly”, according to UInvest. For those who are primarily interested in investing money, there was a new project available: a Ukrainian mill that produces sunflower oil and mayonnaise. However, UInvest’s Facebook page status clarifies that the shares got sold out within just 4 days. If you’re still interested in some mayonnaise, UInvest advises you to re-buy the shares from other “uinvestors”.

 

NEWGNI: NO MORE LR, WELCOME EGOPAY

Due to the well-known Liberty Reserve problems, newGNi decided not to cooperate with LR anymore and add EgoPay instead. As of now, there is no LR payment option available to newGNi members. However, it is still possible to withdraw money using Liberty Reserve – newGNi wanted to take into considerations those, who “believe in [LR] and don’t like to switch to another processor”. Those, who are ready to let LR go, “can exchange and withdraw” all LR “proceeds to Solid Trust Pay or Perfect Money”. What is crucial is that using newGNi’s Currency Manager is not free of charge, the following fees apply: LR to PM is 8% and LR to STP is 7%, and that the fees may change at any given time.

 

And that’s still not all, amigos. I’m afraid the time has come... The bad news almost literally started to overflow last week. I guess in order to make room for the new programs, we have to let go of the past, or something else that sounds zen-like...

 

PROBLEMATIC PROGRAMS:

Highline Finance has been experiencing some major problems. According to HF’s administrator, Liberty Reserve froze their account and he’s still waiting for any news on that from LR. All the proper documents have been sent so all there is to do now is wait. As you may have guessed, what it means to the users is that there may be some problems with payouts.

Klides, a relative newbie, has probably been hit by some major DDoS attack. For the time being the page is offline but you can reach it at: https://93.115.241.138/.

KBSO and Absolutiva get the NOT PAYING status this week and We Earn You Earn turned out to be a SCAM.

 

As you can see, school’s in session, amigos. Make sure you come prepared!

 

Yours truly,

mm_aficionado

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