You’ll hate this review if you invested in the famous ReproFinance recently. I invite you to get back down from the clouds and see which imminent signs should have rung the alarm for a Repro Finance scam. Let’s start by comparing with Macro Trade :
Believe it or not, several of your fellow investors still dream of Macro Trade to pay again. Heck ! I first listed them on problem status in October 2011 and even refused their banner advertisement on my blog ! That was mainly due to selective payouts complaints and fake debit-card annoucement. Even more amazing?
Macrotrade.com continued to pay the majority of small money investors and to advertise on major medias like talkgold.com for more than 2 months! Thanks to a well-established, quite effective selective payout scheme and a loose monitoring network . Are you surprised to see some monitors still listing MT as paying ? Just get an idea by visiting http://www.allhyipmonitors.com/details/macrotrade.com … it was worst earlier this month. Indeed, Macro Trade definitively stopped paying everyone just before 2012 kicked in.
Repro Finance not paying ?
Of course I’m trusting some of my readers more than others, due to an accurate and long-time relation with veteran subscribers. That’s my best way to monitor the project in which I’m not active. So because I never risked my money in Repro Finance , I thought of doing a quick poll to see if you guys have a scam warning to make public, especially the bigger investors :
Thanks for your participation, as it will provide a good picture of the situation to all of us. Because right now, I’m getting paying reports from my readers while a few are apparently victims of selective payouts. With the classic ” conference meeting ” tactic to gain more credibility and attract more investors, I suspect that Repro Finance walks in the track of Macro Trade. Note that such a scenario becomes possible only for ” rich ” HYIPs out there ; those programs which could convinced several of your fellow investors that +10,000$ was a safe!!! decision…
Will I have to dance naked in the snow to stop people from investing too much in HYIPs ? Or maybe I should shut my mouth so the selective payouts scams flourish better and for longer periods of time ? That could put a big smile in the face of the thousands of small investors you know! Who cares about the minority of rich fools involving too much?… Occupy Wall-Street 2.0? I’m on the ironic side a bit here but you see the dilemma : I chose to broadcast the information and step over censure.
Find me irrelevant at will if you like, I just feel the need to stress how much Uinvest separates from all this shaky, scammy business. You see, Uinvest connects with their members , works to improve its platform and especially, do not behave like any HYIP I tracked so far, since 2006! In short and for other reasons, it can’t be classified as a HYIP, or even compared with the most successful of them like Macro Trade and Repro Finance. I’m more and more thinking of hosting my Uinvest performances on a separate blog.
By the way, I finally decided to buy two more shares of the Grain Complexe for 440$ yesterday. No delays for Liberty Reserve cashouts and some positive steps for Paypal and AlertPay requests made me act in that sense. Most importantly, Uinvest stick to their words and don’t build on empty promises. They keep delivering the goods and I like that as an investor. Seriously, can you compare the professionalism of Uinvest with what any HYIP can offer, including Repro Finance? It’s alright if you answer yes ; not that I’m also keeping some reserves concerning Uinvest, even if I list them as my number one opportunity. For instance, I wouldn’t be so suspicious if Uinvest would hold a conference in California ; I would be very curious and take this opportunity to get a feel of their work. But today, we’re talking about HYIPs, not about Uinvest…
More than 600 paying days puts Repro Finance on top of your profitable HYIPs if you invested early. For the future, you should learn to capitalise your earnings by getting out of your most lucrative projects before it’s too late. For example, I don’t want to turn the knife in your wound, but I cleared a profit at Money Hysteria by cashing-in as soon as my 3 days plan expired last week. Now, I don’t suffer of their current problems. In fact, you already know I’m getting in-and-out of most of the high-paying, short-term HYIPs I join, right?
Finally, you’ll do what you want simply because you’re your own boss here. Still, I consider that risking new money in ReproFinance right now would be like throwing your cash in a fire. If you ask me, I consider that Repro Finance is on the verge of total scam , even if we could wait more than a month before seeing them down for everyone ( even the penny investors ).
Seriously, among the several thousands of HYIP investors, I think you should congratulate yourself to be among the few alerted ones. Imagine if you couldn’t understand English , didn’t know about Google translate or just never came a across my blog? I’m really bold here and maybe I should use some modesty, I know… It’s just that it warms my heart so much when I read your compliments to my work here at The Private HYIP Blog. About Repro Finance, you know I was never so keen for a late 2011 investment, as mentionned in my top 10 article of November.
Next, we’ll talk about e-currencies and referrals. Note that I also invested in Vasco Forex last week.