Hyip site that accept alert pay with, anybody knows?

Philippines
April 12, 2010 11:03am CST
Hi everybody! I am looking for hyip sites that accept alertpay but with minimum investment of less than 10 dollars. I know Hyips are risky and I don't want to invest my earned money to one Hyip... I also cannot afford to lose more than 10 dollars... I am into PTC too and as we all know earning from them takes lots of time. I wanted to reinvest the money I earned from the PTCs I am into, in hope to make it a little bigger... Anybody knows paying HYIP sites? I am looking after intermed-investments.com, does anybody on it too? I browsed google and saw that they are paying. Guys and gals I want to here your personal experience about this site before I invested on it. Anybody knows other trusted Hyip sites too? Please share. Thank you so much!
3 responses
@1hopefulman (31539)
• Canada
14 Apr 10
Hi! I've been doing Hyips for a while and found so far that sooner or later they all close. I've been always hoping that I could find a genuine one but so far all have closed. So I wouldn't recommend any. Right now I have two that I'm doing that I've build to about $200. But if they close I will give up. The rule they have is never invest more than you're willing to lose.
• Philippines
15 Apr 10
Hi 1hopefulman! I agree with you, Hyip sites are really risky that is why I am only willing to invest less than 10 dollars per site. That is what I can afford to lose... Well good luck to your investment with that two hyip site that you are in right now. Hope you earn from them and they continue to operate for a long time... Mind to share what are those hyip sites 1hopefulman?
@1hopefulman (31539)
• Canada
16 Apr 10
Right now, they are West-finance and TopFinancial. If these two collapse, I'm giving up.
• Philippines
16 Apr 10
Well I hope too that they continue to pay their investors... The problem with hyips they can be here and listed in the paying hyips site but tomorrow when you check they are on the watchlist already or tagged as NOT PAYING anymore... That is exactly what happened to me with the hyip site I joined... I browse the net and see good reviews and comment about it, tagged as paying hyip but a day after I invested it turned scam!!! Too bad, I have invested already... I will check the two sites you memtioned 1hopefulman... See you around! Have a nice day!
@pierone (1895)
• Italy
15 Apr 10
You can try HYIFunds, they accept alertpay and the minimum investment is $5. Unlike other HYIPs, here you can't withdraw your principal, and the investment never expires. You can decide to compound the interests or withdraw them. If you compound the interests, the interest amount will be added to the principal and you will not be able to withdraw it, but your next interests will be higher. Best wishes ;)
• Philippines
15 Apr 10
Hi pierone! Thanks for a nice information. I agree with you HYIFUND is a nice site! I am a member of that before they increase their minimum investment with alertpay (before it was one dollar only) I remember responding to your discussion before regarding hyifunds, pierone. So what other hyip sites are you in aside from hyifunds?
@1hopefulman (31539)
• Canada
16 Apr 10
Are you talking about High Yield Investment Funds? Why do you think this one will last? What is the minimum investment?
@magtibaygom (4864)
• Philippines
11 May 10
I suggest you hold your $10. Don't invest them in HYIP. These scam sites are created by to enrich the owners, not you. They just create attractive sales pitch you will be encouraged to give them your money. After that, they will make you think they're managing the money for you like a mutual fund manager, but in reality, they are just waiting for the right time to run away with your money. A $10 is a $10. It's not $1 or $2. It's still big. And if you are thinking you are willing to risk $10 to HYIP, think twice. For every successful business person and investor, every dollar counts. Don't play with your money. Learn from the Chinese business tigers. Their Rule Number One is "Never Lose Money". And their Rule Number Two is, "Don't Forget Rule Number One!
• Philippines
11 May 10
Hi magtibaygom! Nice advice! Yes I will surely put that rule number one and rule number two of chinese in my mind. I agree 10dollar is a big thing especially here in online earnings!