HYIPHigh Yield Investment Program
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You need to know that there thousands of people online who have their money invested in one HYIP or the other.
HYIPs are unregistered investments sold by unlicensed individuals using sophisticated-looking websites.
The con artists behind HYIPs are experts at using social media -- including YouTube, Twitter and Facebook -- to lure investors and create the illusion of social consensus that these investments are legitimate, but investors should know that HYIPs are just Internet-based scams.
By using Google AdWords, we are hoping to reach anyone searching the Internet for HYIPs before they fall into the hands of con artists.
HYIPs--Hazardous to Your Investment Portfolio outlines in detail the characteristics of HYIPs, the steps investors can take to protect themselves and where investors can turn for help if they think they have been scammed.
One of the main sources of the HYIP information are the HYIP monitors.
All HYIP monitors work in a very simple way, they just monitor all the HYIP programs and also sort them by payouts, age and their preferences.
Good programs are never marked with "not paid", so if any HYIP monitor claims that the program is not paying, stay away from it.
There are now hundreds of different HYIP monitors and most of them list hundreds of HYIPs, the competition is very high, though Goldpoll is one of the biggest HYIP protals.