Maybe you have not considered these pretty important points when it comes to a HYIP media publishing a review. Since I will write three of them by next week, today I felt the need to discuss this topic with you :
( June 23rd update : Fact Union, Comex Fund and Money Hyteria all scammed . I still cleared a profit with all three of them because of good timing. Note that I don’t always win. I mentionned these three programs in that article because I was going to review all three of them within the following week. )
First, even if they might scam quickly, I did not deny to feature Fact Union, Comex Fund and Money Hysteria on The Private HYIP Blog. Why? Because they offer a good potential for profit right now . They bring some fresh air to my diversified selection and yes, they could afford my price ( see advertising page ) . This leads me to underline how bloggers manage the lucrative business of promoting HYIP websites. Most importantly, the influence of their words and the fact that they don’t always care about integrity, especially when money comes into play !
And you think I’m spitting on honesty too? Be it, because with so many crooks out there, how can I prove to you that I’m legit. I could lie and tell you I don’t receive a dime for reviews and that I’m 100% honest on my words while being a close promotion partner of a fraudulent , million-dollars worthy worldwide investment network . Well if you ask me, you would obviously notice one day. Or maybe I’m that good at lying ?
Don’t laugh at this imaginative scenario because with so many subscribers, I could definitively gather a team and start my own scams, promising dreams and catch the most naives. Better than that , without you knowing I’m behind the whole thing I could launch a well-thought, sustainable-looking and appealing investment business to attract the serious cash. I wonder why I don’t quit my daily work , buy a beach-front house in a loose jurisdiction and make this happen. Do you know? Just keep in mind that many wouldn’t hesitate a second!
So here I am with The Private HYIP Blog, accepting and denying high yield investment websites to enjoy a tremendous visibility . Should I write reviews free of charge? Should I ask you a membership fee to access my blog and the chat? Do you consider that I lose all my credibility when I accept money from a HYIP admin? Please, share your thoughts with me as I want to improve my blog.
In the end, when you see a HYIP reviewed on a popular platform, it should be seen as a pure promotion. No matter if the blogger got paid or not, because the consequences of that review will be more investors for the project. Even if the article is purely technical with no incentive, positive opinions for you to risk some money ; the important is that you’ll most likely visit that featured website. My problem with this fact ?
You’re asking me to share my honest HYIP choices but at the same time, I don’t want to advertise or recommend any HYIP. At least, I don’t want my opinions to be seen as advertisements. Only banners are paid advertisements on my blog. You can rely on my words and take The Private HYIP Monitor as my true selection , since, don’t you forget, I’m a HYIP investor prior to being a popular blogger!
Up next, my review of Fact Union, which has proven to be a profitable and solid project so far. By the way, I invested 250$ in Benson Union today.