Doing your due diligence so now you have a select group of Hyips that you would like to invest in. You’ve mapped out your plan to maximize your earnings, and you’re ready to set out into the Hyip world, and you’re going to rake in the dough! Not so fast. Before you put your money in the hands of an Hyip admin, it’s important to do your Due Diligence to find out more about the site and the admin before you hand over your money. Here’s how you can accomplish this.
Many Hyip investors get caught up in the game of profits. They spot the first Hyip that promises amazing returns, and they shove their money at it. Before you lose it all playing this way, let’s figure out who is behind these Hyips first. Do a whois information search on the site and see if there are any verifiable contact details in it. If it’s full of useless information, that means the admin of the site doesn’t want to be traced. Walk away.
Check out the site itself. If it looks like many other sites out there, they’re probably using a cheap premade script. This is a big red flag. Not only does it mean that they’re probably not in it for the long haul because they didn’t invest in a strong, independent script, but most of the premade scripts are easily cracked and intruded on by hackers who can steal your money and your private information. Also be sure to check all the pages on the site for text that seems copied from other sites. We’ve seen some excellent examples like site names that differed from the domain name. Big red flag, again. If they did not bother to create a trustworthy-looking website, why should you invest in them? You are more likely to see some return if you choose a company carefully, paying attention to all the aspects.
Forums and monitors are a great way to figure out who is paying and who isn’t. Look past the bickering that they bring and sift for useful information. It might make the difference between investing in a strong Hyip and a dead one.
And finally, you can just ask the admin some questions. Ask them about their background, why they think they can make money in the Hyip field, contact information, etc. If you don’t feel comfortable in their answers, don’t feel comfortable giving them your money.