Hi everyone! As the week slowly begins to come to an end, as indeed does the month and the summer, I’ve got a couple of new programs to discuss with you that were recently added to the MNO monitor. I know many of you are expecting bigger and better things from the industry come autumn, hopefully starting now. The first of the programs which were introduced on my blog in last night’s entry is called CryptoGlory. It just started on Monday this week and came straight to the MNO Premium List where I don’t mind telling you has caused something of a stir among some industry observers with its interesting mix of plans. In fact CryptoGlory has several features to endear it to investors, both new and experienced, and I’ll try and cover all of them for you in today’s update before we move on to the news section in the second half. So, let’s see what CryptoGlory are all about and whether you think you have room for them in your own portfolios.
What better place to get started then than the investment plans. Oddly enough despite only having two of them, CryptoGlory still manages to come up with a relatively diverse and wide mix encompassing short, medium, and longer term options depending on what suits you best. I’ll begin with the more traditional style of the two, which runs for a fixed length term of 10 calendar days. You can join for a minimum deposit of $10, and the upper limit is $10,000 so that more or less includes just about everyone no matter what your budget. All investments are treated equally in terms of interest rates, with the smallest deposit getting the same rate as the biggest. For the term’s duration CryptoGlory are offering members a single one time on-expiry payment of 110%, principal included. So that’s your own money back plus 10% net profit.
To express that in simple monetary terms then and take a typical example of how it might look in practical terms, let’s say you were to join with $100. Your money is locked in for the next ten calendar days (about a week and a half) on expiry of which CryptoGlory should then hand you back $110 in total. That’s your own initial hundred plus an extra $10 as your reward for joining.
The second plan is a bit more complex. I mean the terms themselves are still relatively simple, it’s just the possible outcomes are much more diverse and dependent on the investor’s personal strategy. Here’s how it works. CryptoGlory still ask for a very affordable $10 minimum to join, and will accept anything up to a $10,000 maximum. This time however the interest rate is paid daily, and there is no expiry date. Your first earning of 2% will appear after 24 hours, and every subsequent 24 hours from that point on for as long as CryptoGlory stays online.
Don’t worry though if such “perpetual payment” style programs aren’t quite your thing, CryptoGlory will allow you to set your own investment term and leave when you want with the return of your principal. The “catch” if you want to call it that is that you are committed to a minimum term of 30 calendar days. That gives you at least a 60% net profit, at which point you can re-assess the situation and decide for how much longer you want to stay an active member.
Personally, from the point of view of assessing the program’s sustainability, I think this is a good thing. You see, no-expiry programs that allow members take their principals back anytime can be very fragile things. I mean, what happens if everyone wants their money back at the same time in the first week? The program collapses with almost no one in profit. I think CryptoGlory have done a lot to turn this around by locking everyone into at least a 30 day plan, so you can have a certain degree of confidence the hit-and-runners won’t do too much damage here. And if you don’t like it, well, there’s always the ten day plan for a faster if somewhat reduced profit.
After the first thirty days have passed I can’t really offer any examples of what you might expect from CryptoGlory as the rest is entirely your decision. The minimum profit should, all things going according to plan, be 60%, and after that it’s up to you. You may have a particular financial target in mind before leaving, maybe a fixed date, or else maybe you prefer to judge how stable you see the program performing on a day to day basis. Personally as a monitor I’m committed to staying with CryptoGlory right to the very end, and while for me that’s a professional arrangement you can do it as well. Literally what ever suits you best is all that matters here.
If either of those two plans can tempt you to part company with your money then the next thing you probably want to find about are what your payment options are. I’m pleased to see that right from day one this is something the CryptoGlory admin has got right, with just about all the popular HYIP industry service providers included. These include Payza, OkPay, PerfectMoney, Payeer, BitCoin, and AdvCash. What’s more, something that won’t do the program’s chances of success any harm is the addition of instant payouts. Just log into your members account area as usual, place the request for the amount you are owed, and you should then find the money in your payment processor account in under a minute. There’s just one minor restriction in place here, so please pay attention and be careful you understand this fully to avoid any complication. CryptoGlory have a minimum withdrawal policy which is based on the processor you are using. For PerfectMoney the amount is just $0.10 so no problem there. However for all other processors the amount is $1, so please be aware of the difference so as not to cause any problems with the customer support later.
Moving on to some of the more technical aspects of the CryptoGlory website now such as design and program security, everything is up to an acceptable standard. Most of you being regular industry players will probably recognize the script CryptoGlory is running off easily enough. But just in case you didn’t, there’s a reason for that. It’s from GoldCoders but has been nicely modified to accommodate the admin’s personal specifications and requirements. Once you get inside your members account area however don’t worry, CryptoGlory still has all the hallmark easy to navigate and user friendly features that have become synonymous with any GoldCoders product. Equally dependable is the hosting provider which is DDoSGuard. At this point they’ve probably stolen the edge over just about all their competitors to become the most respected service providers around. They are keeping CryptoGlory on a dedicated server with their tech support and protection from any malicious DDoS attacks. Adding to that, CryptoGlory investors will find an extra layer of protection in the Extended Validation Green Bar (the superior version) SSL certificate supported by Comodo for safer browsing and more secure transactions.
One feature that may prove popular, not to mention practical among international investors is having the CryptoGlory website made available in five different languages. And this is right from the very beginning as well. So alongside the main English version you can view the site in Russian, Chinese, German, and Spanish. These are professionally written interpretations too by the way, not the gibberish you would find generated by auto-translation bots so are going to be genuinely helpful to those who need it. For promotional/educational uses CryptoGlory members can find a video presentation on the site, also embedded now on the MNOVision page if you prefer to watch it there. There’s a handy little investment calculator built in to the CryptoGlory website as well by the way, so if you need it it might give a better picture of what your overall earnings might be from your deposit.
Any further questions for the CryptoGlory admin, any account related issues you need to have dealt with, or anything else you think I might have missed out on in this review can be sent through a number of different channels. In most cases the first place members need to look for answers is Live Chat support if it happens to be available, which in this case it is. I tried it out myself and found them to be quite useful and helpful. If that doesn’t work for you then you can always just write directly to the admin at the listed e-mail address. Fans of social media networks will find CryptoGlory keeping active profiles on the main sites, such as Twitter, Facebook, VK, and YouTube. The one method which as usual I suggest you ignore is the postal address in the UK where CryptoGlory got itself registered as a company. Easily done of course and without any great expense but still, it always looks good and gives a good first impression to newbies. The address itself of course may well be genuine in the sense that it really is there, it’s just more likely to a virtual hosted office space and not where anyone connected with CryptoGlory is physically located. That being said, the address is at least accompanied by a telephone number, so feel free to try it out if you think someone might actually answer. Something else that might interest you is the regional representative scheme, either as a customer or a participant. A lot of programs do this so I imagine most of you will have the basic idea of how it works by now. If not then what happens is that regular CryptoGlory investors offer their services as customer support operators in their own local areas and languages in return for improved referral commission payments. You can find a list on the CryptoGlory website, or else contact the admin if you’d like to participate.
My own overall first impression of CryptoGlory was positive, and indeed it seems to have been received quite favorably right from the start by many investors. I guess a lot of people are hoping that it’s just one of many more high grade HYIPs we might see once the autumn season starts to set in. For the record the alleged line of business CryptoGlory claim to be in in order to finance the payments to their members is BitCoin mining and trading, plus ForEx. OK, not exactly a first for the HYIP industry and as usual there’s not a great deal of evidence on hand that you can independently research. And again just for the sake of newbies, remember that even if any of this turned out to be true then there still isn’t anything that can guarantee it ever necessarily has to be profitable. Best use some common sense then as you should with anything you find in the HYIP industry, and treat it as a form of high risk gambling. Set yourself a sensible spending limit that you can comfortably afford to lose if things go wrong, and easily recoup from other income sources. And if joining CryptoGlory at all then make more effective use of them by keeping it part of a wider more diverse portfolio.
If you are already familiar with CryptoGlory then or have already made a decision on what you think of them, I hope you won’t mind sharing your thoughts with your fellow readers. I would appreciate it if you would please take a second to answer the following opinion poll, and remember it will be completely 100% anonymous at all times. I think it will be extremely interesting to refer back to in the coming weeks and months once the degree of success obtained by CryptoGlory becomes apparent. The question is:
DAILY NEWS FROM THE HYIP INDUSTRY
PAYZA – INTERAC DEPOSITS NOW AVAILABLE FOR CANADIANS AND HOW TO CHOOSE MOST COST EFFICIENT DEPOSIT METHOD
With all the programs listed on the MNO monitor still paying fine (check out the latest Top Five list here for instance) the only highlight of the news section on my blog tonight is a handful of updates from one of the most popular payment processors in the HYIP world – Payza. The first two of them will most likely apply more to Canadian residents, as from now on they will be able to take advantage of the lower fees when depositing with Interac Online payments. The last update posted earlier today on the official Payza blog also touches on the subject of deposits into your Payza account by comparing the fee structure that might help you find the most cost-efficient method to refill your Payza wallet directly from your bank account or credit card. I believe that if you are ready to start investing with HYIPs and choose programs that accept Payza as listed on the MNO monitor such useful tips and comparisons will be helpful. And of course, do not hesitate to contact Payza‘s friendly customer Live Chat support during business hours Monday to Friday, or submit a support ticket if you have any personal issue with your account. Below you will find all three latest updates from the Payza blog for your information (take note of the first two updates only if you reside in Canada though!):
“Payza Incorporates Interac® Online Payment Method for Canadian Consumers and Businesses
Canadian members can fund their Payza accounts or pay participating merchants, both domestic and international, via direct debit card transactions
LONDON, UK — August 23, 2016 — Payza, a leading global payment platform, is pleased to announce their integration with Interac®, Canada’s interbank network for transferring funds electronically. Canadians can now add funds to their Payza accounts directly through their online bank account via the “Add Funds by Interac® Online” option within their accounts. Additionally, Payza Businesses worldwide can directly accept Interac® Online payments from Canadian members.
Payza members can load their accounts by transferring money from their Canadian bank accounts to their online Payza accounts for a flat rate of $1.50 CAD per transaction, up to $500 CAD. Payza merchants can accept payments from Canadian consumers via Interac® Online for fees starting at 2.5% + $0.79.
“Canadians love their debit cards and use Interac®, the debit system powering Canada, 16 million times a day on average to shop online and in stores, and to send money electronically to friends and family,” explains Firoz Patel, Payza’s global executive vice president. “By providing our Canadian members with a service they know and love to easily fund to their Payza accounts, we are proving our commitment to delivering preferred local payment options to our global customer base, one market at a time.
“We are also giving our business members, both inside and outside of Canada, a new way to attract and retain Canadian consumers by removing some of the friction in the purchase process,” continues Patel. “Although Canada is a relatively small market, with Canadians predicted to spend $39 billion online by 2019, cross-border dominates the industry as 7 purchases out of 10 are made to international ecommerce merchants. Making that international purchase a little bit easier on the Canadian consumer and more affordable for the merchant just makes sense, and we’re proud that Payza can provide that solution.”
To learn more about Local Payment Options, visit https://www.payza.com/local-payment-options and sign up for a free Payza account at https://secure.payza.com/signup.
Payza is a leading online payments technology platform used by licensed entities around the world. Payza’s highly secure platform provides businesses and consumers with convenient and flexible solutions for sending and receiving payments worldwide. The company offers access to payment services in both traditional and emerging markets, as well as a host of tools and services including: fraud screening, dispute resolution, currency exchange, global payouts and disbursement services. With millions of members, Payza offers its services around the world in 21 currencies and is proud to provide its merchants around the globe with a complete solution for accepting payments and managing their businesses.
More information is available about Payza on its website, http://www.payza.com, Facebook, Twitter and the company’s blog.
Payza is a wholly owned subsidiary of UK-based MH Pillars Ltd. and operated by Mazarine Commerce Inc. in Canada.”
“O Canada! Make Payments with Interac® and Save On Transaction Fees
Interac® Online payment method is now available to our Canadian members for checkout payments and deposits.
As part of our expansion of affordable local payment options, we at Payza are excited to announce the launch of our Interac® Online services in Canada. The Add Funds by Interac® Online feature allows our members from Canada to transfer funds from their Canadian bank accounts to their Payza account using the Interac® network. Additionally, you can now use most Canadian debit cards to pay for items sold by Payza merchants across the globe.
The low fees and rapid processing for Interac® transactions give you another fast, affordable and secure online payment method.
Low transaction fees
Interac® payments are affordable thanks to their minimal transaction fees in comparison to most other payment methods. Payza charges a flat fee of $1.50 for Interac® deposits, regardless of the amount. For transactions over $30*, Payza members will benefit from significant savings when using an Interac® debit card instead of a credit card to add funds to their account.
All Payza payments made using Interac® Online are free of charge. Just like when you shop at Payza merchants using credit cards, the amount paid using Interac® Online is final. There are no unexpected fees at the end of the month.
Great security with fast transaction times
Our Fraud Prevention Team will review all deposits within one to two business days, making the process of adding funds with Interac® highly secure. Deposits using this method are faster than bank transfers or wires and just as safe. Also, online payments made with Interac® are instant.
There is a precautionary transaction limit of $500 to further protect your card and your account.
Adding funds with Interac® is straightforward and so simple that you can get started right away. Just log in to your Payza account, click “Add Funds” in the top menu, select Interac® Online, then follow the instructions on the screen. Your deposit will be set up in no time!
* For a $30 transaction, it costs the same to add funds by credit card (5% fee) or by Interac® Online ($1.50 flat rate).”
“Reduce Transaction Fees by Choosing the Right Deposit Option: Credit Card Versus Bank Account
Payza members often ask, “How can we lower our transaction fees?” This post will help answer that question.
Adding funds to your Payza account is always easy but some methods cost you more than others. Many Payza members add funds to their Payza account using credit cards, but that isn’t always your best option. Very often, adding funds by bank account will cost you less, and the more you deposit, the more you save!
The Cost of Convenience: Lower fees or faster transactions?
To help you decide which one is right for you, here’s a list of the pros and cons for each deposit option: Bank Transfer, Bank Wire, or Credit Card. If you’re looking for speed, then adding funds by credit card is for you. If you’re looking for the least expensive option, then adding funds from your bank account is usually the better choice.
The two most important differences between the deposit options are the fees you’ll be charged and the time it takes to process the transaction. Unfortunately, not all of the methods listed above are available in all countries. You can visit our Local Payments Options page to find out which deposit options are available in your country.
How you can avoid paying higher fees on larger deposits
Let’s take a closer look at how much money you can save by adding funds from your bank account instead of your credit card. Consider the examples of depositing $100 and $1000 USD to your Payza account and a comparison the exact fees for each transaction.
Fees to deposit a relatively small amount of $100 USD range from $2.00 to $8.00, but a sizable deposit of $1000 USD incur fees that range substantially, from no fees at all to a significant $50-charge for a credit card deposit.
Although bank transactions take two to five business days to process, which takes more time than credit card deposits, bank transfers are the best method to minimize or even eliminate deposit fees. As a general rule, it’s a good idea to consider alternatives to credit cards for large deposits into your Payza account.
Before making a transaction, it is worth taking the time to consider more affordable deposit methods and decide whether the speed and convenience of credit card deposits are worth the fees. Other deposit methods are more affordable—sometimes even free! —especially since Payza recently reduced transaction fees for bank wires and bank transfers.”
Here is the list of the programs from my monitor that paid me for the last 36 hours:
From MNO Sticky list: –
From MNO Premium list: BandeiraCorp, ArdexFunds, TrustInvest, Capitaller, CryptoGlory.
From MNO Standard list: XCBForex, LaraWithMe.
From MNO Basic list: HYIP-A.
That’s all for tonight, guys. Hope you enjoy reading MNO and will come back over the weekend too, when I will try to make sense of the very different and unique program LaraWithMe that will require a more detailed explanation than usual. I will, of course, keep an eye on the MNO monitor for the time being and will change the status of any program the instant I hear of any problems from my downlines. In order to contact me please use the form on this page or write directly to firstname.lastname@example.org – I always try to do my best and reply to your queries within 24 hours. Meanwhile, do not forget to vote in the this week’s running poll on the ways of you use BitCoin which is available here and the final results of which will be counted next week. Thanks for staying with MNO and see you all soon!