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Beware! AppStorm has stopped paying! Do not invest there!

Hello everyone! There’s not a whole lot going on in the HYIP industry at the moment worth talking about, hence the shortage of news stories, though maybe that’s not entirely a bad thing either given that bad ones have outnumbered the good in recent weeks. What I do have for you today however is a closer look at a brand new program called AppStorm. This is a long term HYIP and just launched about a week ago, so it’s very much still in its infancy and joining now gets you in “on the ground floor” so to speak. There’s bags of potential in AppStorm, that’s for sure, so we’ll see how things play out in the coming weeks and months but for now let’s see what it’s all about and whether you think you have room for them in your own portfolios.
We have three investment plans to discuss with AppStorm, all of which are very much long term. They all run for the same term length, with typically for online HYIPs AppStorm offering the higher rates of interest on the bigger deposits. The minimum you will need to join the program however is just $20 for an entry level deposit. That much, and anything up to a maximum of $2,000, gets you into AppStorm‘s first plan which runs for 90 business days or 18 weeks. Every day between Monday and Friday members are offered an interest payment of 2.2%. This adds up to 198% by the end of the term, which then becomes net profit once AppStorm return your principal as promised.

To see how that might look in a practical monetary example, let’s say then that you join AppStorm with a $100 deposit. They should then pay you back at a rate of $2.20 per day, Monday to Friday only, for the next 18 weeks. By the time the term comes to an end that would leave you with $198 in total interest payments, and then your original hundred added to that as well. So from the $298 total, $100 is yours to begin with and $198 is net profit. Perhaps a more important statistic is the break-even point, in other words when do you earn back an amount equivalent to your investment therefore making it impossible to lose money no matter what happens with the program next. This happens after 46 payments (46 business days), or just past nine weeks.

For bigger spending players then prepared to join AppStorm with a minimum deposit of $2,001, the term is still 90 business days but the interest rate goes up to 2.6%. This of course is still only made between Monday and Friday. This adds up to 234% in total by the time the final payment comes in, making it your net profit once AppStorm return your principal on expiry as promised. The maximum limit for deposits in this plan is capped at $20,000.

I guess that pretty much covers everyone, but for the record AppStorm also have a third plan for anyone spending upwards of $20,001. The term length stays at 90 business days, but the interest rate goes to 3% per day, Monday to Friday. Payments should add up to 270% in total profits, on top of your principal which is then returned on expiry. The maximum limit allowed by AppStorm in this plan is capped at $200,000.

If you like any of the plans enough to join, and can afford them, then the next thing we are going to have to talk about is what are your payment options. As things stand at the time of writing my own feelings are a bit mixed, though the AppStorm admin assures us things will improve. For now however the only available payment handlers are anonymous and unverifiable, and include PerfectMoney and Payeer if you prefer the more traditional processors, and BitCoin if using a more modern digital e-currency. Just for your information for members using BitCoin, your deposit is credited to your account automatically after three confirmations when using a BitCoin wallet. The admin says the list of payment processors will be expanded with over time so keep an eye on MNO and I will make sure you hear about it here first if and when that happens. But perhaps slower and more gradual development and growth is what AppStorm really needs at this early stage and just joining the MNO Premium list makes more sense for now. Anyway, payments themselves are instant so that’s always a plus. You still need to log in to your AppStorm members account area to make a withdrawal request as usual, but once you do then the money should be with you in under a minute.

If you think I might have missed anything important about AppStorm in this review, have any further questions for the admin, or have any account related issues that need to be dealt with then you can get in contact using several different channels. You can either fill out your details on the online customer support form and submit it through the AppStorm website. Alternatively you can always just write to the admin at the address provided and wait for a reply. AppStorm include a postal address in the UK, though as I’ve pointed out many times before these are usually just for registration purposes, and virtual serviced workspaces rather than where you will find anyone physically located. The address does have an accompanying telephone number though so you can try that if you wish to speak with someone directly. Fans of social media networks will be more pleased to see AppStorm keeping up such a very visible presence on the main sites. You’ll find active profiles on the likes of Facebook, Twitter, and VK (which is similar to Facebook, just more closely focused or popular with Russian speakers though free to use for everyone). AppStorm also have a regional representatives scheme, where members can act as customer service reps in their local areas and languages in exchange for a higher rate of ref commissions.

Looking into the more technical side of the AppStorm website now such as the design and site security features, everything is up to an acceptably high standard. The layout is easy on the eye and AppStorm is powered off a script under license from GoldCoders. Most of the regular industry players will probably have recognized it anyway, so expect all the trademark user friendly and easy to navigate features to the AppStorm interface that go with it. The AppStorm website can be viewed in different languages with a proper professional translation into Russian (which is a crucial part of the HYIP market now) by clicking the flag icon and other languages using the built in auto translation tool. For a hosting provider and protection against possible malicious attacks the AppStorm admin has opted for the always reliable DDoSGuard who are keeping the website on a dedicated server. A superior Green Bar Extended Validation SSL-certificate by Comodo adds an extra layer of security, with safer browsing and more secure transactions.

Just for anyone who might be interested in the alleged business activities claimed by AppStorm to be supporting payments to investors, we are told this is software development. Strange then that they are using a script from GoldCoders, but there you go. Regular HYIP players won’t pay that much attention anyway, but for the sake of anyone less experienced I need to repeat that this is not something you should be taking all that seriously. Joining in online HYIPs is something akin to high risk gambling, and anyway, even if it was true remember there is never a guarantee that any business necessarily has to be profitable all the time. So you really need to treat AppStorm as you would any other online HYIP. Set out a sensible spending limit that you can comfortably afford to lose without suffering any serious personal issues, and easily recoup from other income streams. And of course if joining AppStorm at all then keep them as a smaller part of a wider more diverse portfolio.



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: BetStarArdexFundsBTCHourly, CryptonusBandeiraCorpCryptoStability, Golden8, AppStorm.
From MNO Standard list: BTCino.
From MNO Basic list: LottoSyndicat.

With absolutely nothing to report on my blog tonight and all the programs monitored on MNO paying fine at the time of writing, I’ll have to conclude this as it is and say you goodbye. I’ll be back with more news and reviews of any new programs pretty soon, and meanwhile I would appreciate if you had some time to answer the new question posted on the MNO TalkBack regarding your plans for the summer (click here to vote if you haven’t done it yet). So far, it looks like the majority of you do not plan to reduce your investment activities, and that’s probably fair due to possible new hits launching later this summer. Make sure you bookmark MNO and visit regularly as the most elite programs with the highest advertising budgets run by experienced admins will surely be found here in due course. Stay tuned for more news (if there is any!) later in the week and thanks for your reading.

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