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06/03/2015. PokerAutomatics Review and Daily News from the HYIP Industry


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

Hi everyone! Hope you’re all looking forward to the weekend, especially if the weather is finally beginning to thaw out after the winter. I have a couple of news stores to get through for you today which I’ll be getting to in due course, but first something new. I suppose regular readers will have noticed that there’s a lot less new programs being added now than let’s say this time last year. The upside of that however is the ones that are being added are by some considerable distance far superior to most of the new programs on other monitors, the majority of which are either dreadful scams a child could see coming or just badly run disappointments from first time amateurs. So it’s with that in mind that I’m really pleased to be able to review what I think could really be an outstanding performer in the industry (yes, good programs really are still out there!), PokerAutomatics.
By no means a new program as such, PokerAutomatics made it’s first appearance back in August 2014. Since then however while it has been a perfectly good functioning program (i.e. not a “sleeper”), it has been quite low key. As the admin has made some significant improvements to the site, and with more in the pipeline, it’s beginning to look more and more like the finished article and something finally more suitable to be presented on MNO for more experienced industry players to examine. It’s also quite a low ROI investment program by the way so don’t let the age of PokerAutomatics put you off. If anything I would say the program is barely getting warmed up around now and could I hope have quite a lengthy future in front of it.

I’ve said this many times before, and it’s no less true than with PokerAutomatics – the first thing successful HYIP players will always look for in a program they want in their portfolios is how does the admin combine profitability with sustainability, the two cornerstones of any good opportunity. If that’s what you also look for, then you won’t be disappointed. The only thing is that you might think the investment plans look a little complicated at first. This isn’t really the case though you could be forgiven if that was your first impression. It is true that the PokerAutomatics plans are organized somewhat differently than most of the programs you might be familiar with, but that’s nothing to be afraid of. In fact there has been a couple of highly successful programs in the past that used a similar model, and they ran for years. Anyway, I’ll try and explain it as best I can below, and if you have any questions you can either refer to the PokerAutomatics website or else just contact me if you prefer.

So let’s start with the numbers. As I said PokerAutomatics is a longer term program and you can join for a minimum deposit of $30. There are several different levels of membership, and the size of your deposit determines the length of your investment term. For example, if you deposit from the $30 minimum up to a maximum of $299, that puts you into Level One which runs for 30 calendar days.

The interest rate you are paid is not exactly fixed in the regular sense as such, but is rather based on a profit sharing scheme. That is to say the money PokerAutomatics manages to earn by using your deposit is split between you and them. You get the larger share because you finance the program and take the financial risk, and they get a cut because they’re the ones doing all the work. Sounds fair enough to me. The bigger your investment, the bigger the share of the profits you are entitled to.

Before I get to the actual number crunching I need to make one thing extremely clear to everyone – PokerAutomatics make variable payments that will rise and fall from one day to the next based on the program’s performance. The rates themselves are what would be described in the HYIP industry as low, and generally fluctuate very slightly above and below 1% per calendar day. Your exact final earnings are impossible to predict. This will be different for everyone and will be based simply on the luck of the draw, such as what day of the week you first join the program. For the sake of a clear and concise review I am going to work off the assumption that the daily profits will be 1%, which is close enough to average I think. Historical rates can be viewed on the PokerAutomatics website, and remember that the profit is unlikely to actually be exactly 1% on any given day, but it should be close enough.

Let’s take a practical example and see if that makes it any easier for you. We’ll say you invest $100 (nice easy number) which puts you into PokerAutomatics Level One. Now, let’s say the admin uses your hundred dollars to generate 1% profit. That 1%, in this case $1, is shared between you. You receive 40% of it ($0.40) 23% goes to cover expenses, 15% goes to a reserve fund (I’m guessing this means a sort of nest egg to cover payments to members on the slower days), and the remaining 22% goes to the admin. If that reflects a typical day in the program then by the end of the term which is 30 calendar days in this case your interest payments should add up to 12% net profit, and your principal is then returned on expiry. Granted you can make (or at least be offered!) a lot more money in some other programs, but the key issue here is can the admin consistently come up with that kind of money from one cycle to the next? In my opinion yes, it’s very possible. In fact it’s infinitely preferable to be offered 12% and receive 12% than it is to be offered 100% and receive nothing from some cheap scam, right?

That’s pretty much how the rest of the plans continue to work in practice, with only a variation in the actual figures as I shall explain. So for a deposit between $300 and $999 you will be placed in Level Two. This means that your investment term runs for 45 calendar days, and your share of the profits increases to 50% of what is generated from your principal, again returned on expiry. In more practical terms then let’s say your deposit here is $500, and PokerAutomatics make a 1% profit on that in a day. This is $5. From that $5 your share now increases to 50% (which is $2.50) with the remaining 50% going to cover expenses (18%) reserve fund (12%) and the admin’s share of 20%. At that rate you would realistically expect to complete the 45 day term with profits totaling 22.5% on top of your initial principal which is then returned.

Once again, at the risk of repeating myself but I cannot overstate this fact, I’m basing this final return on average performances. Exactly what you might get paid for participating in this (or any) plan might be very slightly above or below that figure depending on how PokerAutomatics have been doing over the course of the term, but honestly it shouldn’t be too far away in either direction from that figure.

So, I think you should get the general idea of things by now, so I’ll just give a brief description of the remaining plans. They’re mostly too expensive for the average player anyway, but if interested it’s quite easy to do your own calculations. Level Three membership costs from $1,000 to $2999, runs for 60 calendar days, and offers members a 60% split of the profits generated on the day with principal back on expiry.

Level Four sees PokerAutomatics take opening deposits from $3,000 up to a $9,999 maximum. For this your share of the profits will be 65% of whatever is generated, and your principal back on expiry of a 90 calendar day term.

The remaining plans are probably out of reach for all but a handful of the most dedicated players, continuing with Level Five for which PokerAutomatics require $10,000 to join. Anything up to $29,999 sees investors collect a 70% split of the generated profits, and expires with your principal returned after a 120 calendar day term.

Anyone with a spare $30,000 lying around with nothing better to do with it is offered a 75% share of any profits generated from PokerAutomatics Level Six. Deposits here go as high as $49,999 and expire with your principal returned after a 150 calendar day term.

And finally for deposits ranging from $50,000 and upwards, PokerAutomatics place you in Level Seven for a 180 calendar day term, offering members an 80% split of the daily profits and your principal back on expiry.

Incidentally, if you do wish to make a bigger than average deposit but really don’t like to wait for the expiry of the longer terms to get your principal back then PokerAutomatics have a perfect solution. You can make as many deposits as you like, just make smaller ones into shorter term plans. For example, let’s say you want to invest $1,000 but don’t like the idea of a 60 day term. You can in that case simply make four individual deposits of $250 all at the same time into the 30 day plan instead. Keep in mind that by doing so you are surrendering a somewhat higher daily interest rate, but if your choice to get your principal back sooner takes priority then that’s the trade-off you need to make.

If you like the plans then I think one of the most impressive features of the program is the number of payment options. In fact PokerAutomatics have really pulled out all the stops here to make this as appealing and convenient as possible, accommodating investors from around the world no matter what their background or preferences. For the more traditional HYIP minded players that make up most of the MNO readership there’s all the usual familiar names such as PerfectMoney, Payeer, BitCoin, and the somewhat lesser used OkPay. The most significant and noteworthy development here however, a “statement of intent” if you will, is the more recent inclusion of SolidTrustPay. This is something that if used and marketed correctly can really open the floodgates for PokerAutomatics, allowing a lot more of the bigger spending more serious investors to get on board. Not only is their account there fully verified with an automated payments button, STP have also allowed PokerAutomatics on to their approved merchants list, something I can’t say I remember happening with any other online HYIP in my own memory. Other less traditional payment methods include Qiwi, YandexMoney, WebMoney, NixMoney, and even direct Bank transfers for some Russian banks.

Withdrawals are made manually by the PokerAutomatics admin and so need to be requested from inside your members account area. Please note, and I can’t stress this enough as it’s very important to remember, payments are only made on business days. Yes, you earn a profit from PokerAutomatics seven days per week, but withdrawals will only be processed between Monday and Friday. Therefore any profits you make on Saturday and Sunday can only be paid on Monday. The actual processing time is something of a gray area by the way. Because, theoretically at least, your principal is tied up in actively making profits, withdrawals could possibly take some time. Personally my own payments have all been made promptly within one business day. Strictly speaking however you will need to allow anything up to five business days for your withdrawal to be completed. I know that sounds like a lot but personally I wouldn’t really worry about it for now. This would mostly only apply to the return of your principal, but your day-to-day interest payments will most likely take no more than 24 hours when requested on regular business days.

In other news the PokerAutomatics admin has promised to get started on the addition of Payza, Neteller, and Skrill in the coming weeks, something which if true is also a hugely exciting and positive development. Keep an eye on MNO and I’ll make sure this is the first place you hear about when it happens, because it’s going to be what could possibly tip PokerAutomatics from being just a good quality HYIP to being a serious industry giant.

Moving on now to the more technical, design, and security aspects of the program, PokerAutomatics looks to measure up favorably to most of the other more established programs. Hosting for instance is on the ever dependable DDoSGuard, who are keeping PokerAutomatics on a dedicated server protected from malicious attacks. The script was bit of an eye-opener however, as I almost didn’t recognize it myself. It’s under license from H-Script who are themselves a well enough known provider, except in this case the PokerAutomatics admin has had almost the entire thing rewritten and modified to suit his own program’s requirements quite an impressive job was done on it as well, so kudos to him and the programmer behind it. One of the main features of this script remember is that you will first need to add funds to your account when you join, and then after that you distribute those funds between the plans you are interested in, so keep that in mind when you first sign up. To help with safer browsing and more secure transactions you will also find a valid SSL certificate from EssentialSSL. The PokerAutomatics domain is registered for an unprecedented fifteen years (in fact I think you can even trace it as far back as 2004 if you want to go looking for it), something I know is easily done but still, it does lend a good first impression and shows an admin who likes to think further ahead than just where the next couple of dollars for himself will come from.

Among the other interesting features of PokerAutomatics is a so called “demo account”. Let’s say you’re interested in the program (especially but not just newbies) but have your doubts about how the whole thing works or whether it’s all a bit too complicated for a first time investor to manage. No problem. PokerAutomatics offer a sort of demonstration only account with a $1,000 “play money” balance. That is to say, it works just like a real account except of course there’s no real money in it. Just “virtual” money that you can’t withdraw, but can play around with as if it were real just so you get the feel of the program, figure out how it all works with zero risk to your own finances, and decide if you like playing or not. If it suits you then you can go ahead and open a real deposit with your own real money, and of course accept all the real risks that go along with that.

The only serious criticism of PokerAutomatics, though something that’s thankfully easily fixed as the admin has shown, is connected with this demo account. The thing is that everyone is given a demo account by default whether you ever actually use it or not. Fair enough I suppose, it serves a purpose and can be quite handy for getting acquainted with the program. The problem arises when you have a genuine account with real money. Virtual transactions and real money transactions then blend into one in your account area, causing a lot of confusion when it comes to separating the demo payments from payments you can actually withdraw. This is particularly true if you have a downline as you there are also “virtual ref commission” payments which of course you don’t really get to withdraw. Anyway, if this is a problem for you then it’s a simple matter of asking the admin to remove the demo account for you after it has served its purpose. I myself see absolutely no reason to keep it once you have a real active deposit and understand how everything works.

If you have any further questions for the admin or account related issues you need to have looked in to then there’s a couple of different ways to get in touch. In fact the entire customer support network is also pretty extensive, better than most of the competition, and another good selling point for PokerAutomatics. The first port of call with any good website is the FAQ which is well written, easy to read, and covers just about every angle on the program. If you still need to write to the admin then perhaps the most useful/popular channel is the online customer support form. Just fill in your details and submit it via the contacts page. There are several other methods available as well of course, so something is bound to suit you. PokerAutomatics have for example a lengthy list of e-mail addresses you can write directly to if you prefer, with each address dedicated to a particular department within the program. For Live support PokerAutomatics have a Skype account where you may be able to get your questions answered in real time if an operator is online, and for fans of social networking sites PokerAutomatics have profiles on most of the main sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Google+, VK, even YouTube, and so on. I was pleased to see however that unlike most other programs the admin here is quite active on social media, something that’s going to be very beneficial for the longer term success of his program.

Aside from a visible and active presence on social media sites, something else that will go a long way towards endearing PokerAutomatics to a wider more international audience is their multi-lingual website. Not just the usual online based auto-translation tool (which has its uses, but to be honest is limited), the PokerAutomatics has a proper professionally translated version in English (obviously!), German, Spanish, Indonesian, and Russian. There are also plenty of reviews and testimonials on the website, both written and in video format, predictably filled with praise from satisfied investors worldwide. You can watch for yourselves what others think of the program and feel free to make something about your own experience in whatever language is strongest for you. There’s no payment as such on offer (aside from perhaps your ref link) but remember that anything that benefits the program also benefits the investors of PokerAutomatics collectively as a group.

For anyone interested in the alleged business activities of PokerAutomatics, well, the clue is basically in the name, isn’t it? They claim to be involved with online poker games, tournaments, etc, except using computer software, or “bots”, to beat the competition. I wonder what happens when a PokerAutomatics bot comes face to face with some other rival bot? Anyway, they’ve made a strong enough case for this to not only be allowed a verified account in SolidTrustPay but also to most unusually be allowed on to SolidTrustPay’s list of approved merchants. I myself as most readers know remain skeptical about any cover story I see in any online HYIP, this one being no exception. No matter how feasible or believable it sounds to be able to use bots to play online poker, my question about HYIPs is always the same – if you have a guaranteed money making scheme with no risk, why do you need to investors that require such a massive share of the profits you could keep for yourself? Anyway, I’m not being negative or anything, just saying that’s one of the things you need to accept and get over if you want to play the online HYIP industry. The same rules apply to PokerAutomatics as any other program, even if it is somewhat better than average. So if you like it, and I suspect a big number of you probably will, then just remember to stay well within a comfortable spending limit that you can afford to lose, and if joining PokerAutomatics at all then they are best kept as a smaller part of a wider more diverse portfolio.



No less than eight (!) investment plans were announced and added by the admin of UnitedMicroCredit last night, joining the original investment plans paying 2% to 3.5% for a period of 78 business days with principal back on expiry (you can read more about them in my detailed review of UnitedMicroCredit published here). I’ll try to explain the new investment plans first for the benefit of the current and future investors of UnitedMicroCredit and then give my own evaluation.

So for the basis we need to assume that unlike the older plans, the newer ones pay on calendar days with the term measured in calendar days too. That’s the main difference between the old 2%-3.5% for 78 business day plan which is still available for deposits starting from $10 minimum. Along with that I’d like to remind you that UnitedMicroCredit is one of the very few programs in the HYIP industry that accepts so many payment methods it can literally be joined by anyone with a bank account. The list includes PerfectMoney, Payza, EgoPay, Payeer, BitCoin, Skrill, Neteller, OkPay, AsMoney, Western Union and direct Bank wires. As for the newer investment plans they will mostly benefit the larger investors and can be sub divided into two categories – paying daily or paying once on expiry. The shortest daily paying plan offers 4% every calendar day for 22 days with the original principal back on expiry for a minimum of $500. 5% for 30 calendar days with the principal back requires a minimum of $1,500. If you’re feeling lucky enough to invest in the 6% for 40 calendar days with principal returned on expiry you’ll need at least $2,500, and for the bravest gamblers there’s an even higher paying 7% for 45 calendar days with principal return on expiry plan where the investment minimum starts from a jaw-dropping $5,000. As we can clearly see, the main selling point for the new plans is the higher returns, but in exchange UnitedMicroCredit also asks for some seriously big deposits which will not sit well with the vast majority of more savvy investors, so I doubt very much it will find many serious takers. Anyway, it’s totally up to you if you want to take the admin up on that offer and perhaps, you might even be paid for some time. However as for the next four plans paying on expiry some ridiculously high returns you should avoid them like the plague. These plans make some pretty unlikely promises, including 200% after 15 calendar days ($1,000 minimum), 350% after 22 calendar days ($500 minimum), 500% after 30 calendar days ($400 minimum), and 750% after 41 calendar days ($300 minimum). Usually such high paying plans are introduced when an admin has a reduced cash flow and is hoping for an influx of funds. I have some doubts now about the future of UnitedMicroCredit, but am also keeping my fingers crossed that the admin will do his best to run the program for as long as possible, as anyway, he has proved he can do so for the last several months online. The latest newsletter in full introducing the new plans in UnitedMicroCredit can be read below:

UnitedMicroCredit is Now added 8 new investment plans (After and daily)
UnitedMicroCredit Advanced Analytic Center has Recently announced 4 new special After plane offers. New plans have attractive and profitable interest rate with guaranteed return. Depending on selected investment option our investors will take advantage of the following Package:
1. Make deposit for STAR plan and get Return 200% after 15 Calendar Days with Principal included
2. For Executive plan and get Return 350% after 22 Calendar Days with Principal included
3. For Gold plan and get Return 500% after 30 Calendar Days with Principal included
4. For Diamond plan and get Return 750% after 41 Calendar Days with Principal included
Taking into consideration suggestions of our investors UnitedMicroCredit administration adds 4 new Daily investment offers:
As investment climate gets better day after day, UnitedMicroCredit economic performance tends towards a new record. Corporate profitability has increased significantly. In this regard our financial council decided to enhance dividends rate for all our investors and partners.
1. From now on CORPORATE Daily Plane 1 length is 4% Daily for 22 Calendar days only with a total 188%.
2. Daily Plane 2 length is 5% Daily for 30 Calendar days only with a total 250%.
3. Daily Plane 3 length is 6% Daily for 40 Calendar days only with a total 340%.
4. Daily Plane 4 length is 7% Daily for 45 Calendar days only with a total 415%.
If you have any questions about your account or any other matter, please feel free to contact us at or by phone at: + 447937410660 (UK),OFFICE SUITE 101,1ST FLOOR, 9-17 TURNER STREET, LONDON, ENGLAND


I’m aware of that fact that Payeer scored no points in the recent poll on the MNO TalkBack page asking readers favorite payment option, but still the payment processor is alive and active and working on the introduction of some new features as covered regularly in the news section of the website. So when trying to login to my Payeer account I noticed that the system forced me to change the password (possibly for security reasons) and I also noticed the Live Chat between members that you can see in the members area now. I’m not quite sure how a public chat without any admin’s involvement is supposed to help anyone, but hopefully Payeer will think about improving this feature in the near future. I also recently heard on forums that the administration of Payeer is currently working on the introduction of their own international debit card which could be launched as early as this summer. That would certainly be great news for all Payeer account holders so I’ll report about that on my blog when it happens. Anyway, for those interested in opening a Payeer account (as it’s widely accepted by most HYIPs at the moment) you can click here to do so, and see for yourself if you like what’s been offered. As for the latest short news update for account holders, read below:

On Monday, March 2, 2015 for users safety will be launched the change password process. Also will be be launched “chat” on the main page of your personal account page.


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 listCryptoStrategyRockfellerBITC1, BTPerfex, SilveksMooreFundRollNRichAtrexTradeUnitedMicroCredit, PokerAutomatics.
From MNO Standard list: CompassBusiness, HashCoin.
From MNO Basic list: ForexShareOgdenOrganization, JumeirahInvest.

That’s all the news for tonight, guys. I hope you’ll be more active in discussing the HYIPs monitored on MNO on the new ShoutBox, registration for which can now be done without prior approval. I’d also appreciate if you could vote in the MNO TalkBack poll asking about your profit/loss results during the winter months as a whole. So far the leading answer seems to say most people made decent profits (possibly, they follow the MNO monitor closely with almost no fast scams for a long time now!) is in the lead with 46% of the vote. So what were your results for the winter? Please vote here and check the preliminary results on the MNO TalkBack page with the final results to be drawn next week.

Enjoy the rest of the weekend guys, and see you all on MNO again soon. If you like my site please bookmark it, subscribe to the daily news via email which is already read by approximately 3,500 readers daily, or follow me on Facebook and Twitter. You can also always contact me via this page and I’ll be glad to answer any questions on the HYIP industry in general and especially the programs monitored on MNO – the most popular investment blog in English for elite programs only!

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