There’s a few unusual features to Pay Get to set it apart from a lot of the other mid-term programs that so dominate the HYIP market at the moment, something which I guess the admin has to accommodate if he wants his program to stand out from the crowd. Of course on the other hand one needs to remember there can be a very fine line between innovation and just plain novelty sometimes. So let’s take a closer look at Pay Get and see if you like it enough.
Pay Get have one very simple plan, but it’s organized along some very unusual lines. You can join Pay Get for an affordable minimum deposit of just $10. The investment term runs for 30 calendar days, and every day members will earn 5% interest. Pay Get include your principal as part of the payments, and so will not be returning it on expiry. Therefore by the end of the term, your total earnings come to 150%, made up of your own money back plus 50% net profit. There is no upper limit to what you may spend in Pay Get, however no matter how much you invest the same terms and conditions apply, so it’s a final return of 150% whether you’re spending just $10 or $10,000.
Pay Get have a very unusual and unique payment schedule. You see, you will always get 5% during the course of a calendar day, but the make up of the payments will be different. Here’s how it works. For the first ten days of the term, Pay Get will make hourly interest payments. These are to the amount of 0.20833%. With 24 of these such payments in a day, that’s 5% interest every 24 hours in total. Things slow down a bit during the second ten day period (days 11 to 20 inclusive) when members only receive one payment of 2.5% made every 12 hours, though obviously you are still getting 5% in total over 24 hours. Then for the final ten days of the thirty day term Pay Get finally begins to resemble a regular HYIP, paying members just once per day at the full rate of 5%.
So let’s take a simple monetary example of how that might work and say you invested $100 with Pay Get. As you already know your money is now tied up for the following 30 days, that being the length of the term. For the first ten days Pay Get make a small payment every hour of just under $0.21. Over the course of one full day these payments gradually add up to $5 in total. In the middle of the term from days 11 to 20 the frequency of the payments slows down to one payment every 12 hours, but the rate increases to 2.5%. So in the case of our $100 deposit that’s $2.50 which is still $5 per full calendar day. It’s at this point, i.e. 20 days into the term that you reach the break-even point as Pay Get have been counting your principal as part of their payments. For the final 10 day stretch of the term therefore, days 21 to 30, everything you earn is net profit and pure passive income. Pay Get at this point continue making just one single payment of 5%, in our case $5, per day. The term ends with you collecting a grand total of $150, or your own money back plus an extra $50 on top for your investment.
To be honest I’m not fully sure that I like it or not. I mean there’s nothing bad about it, I’m just not sure that I see the point. Is it being different just for the sake of looking to be different, or is there a genuinely good reason for doing things this way? Like I said at the start, is it original and innovative, or just a novelty? That’s up to the investors to decide, and I guess we’ll have our answer within the next couple of weeks depending on whether Pay Get becomes a popular or not. I doubt it will hurt the program though, given that several of the more popular programs offer competitive rates for similar terms then we already know the business model is popular, and if a novelty is what it takes to make Pay Get jump off the page and grab your attention then fine.
Another unusual feature is how payments themselves are processed. They’re entirely automated, so the investor has absolutely nothing to do. You get paid automatically by Pay Get without the need to log into your members account area, make a request, and then cross your fingers while looking at the clock and waiting. Obviously I would strongly urge all of you who do join the program to monitor your payment processor accounts very closely to make sure these payments do indeed get made – take nothing for granted after all – but once the first one is received the others should follow in a regular pattern. Also try and keep track of exactly where you are in the cycle so you know exactly when Pay Get will switch you from hourly to twice daily and finally to once daily payments.
On the subject of payment processors by the way, the choice is reasonable enough. If any program wants to make it big these days, they simply have to have at least one transparent and verifiable option, something that Pay Get have in the form of Payza. The situation with Payza requires some expansion on a couple of points which I’ll give you in a moment, I just want to remind you that if you prefer then Pay Get are also accepting deposits using PerfectMoney, Payeer, BitCoin, AdvCash, and NixMoney. All payments are instant and as I explained automatic, so no need for you to do anything other than make sure you receive them. Payments can only be made to the processor you joined with. Smaller investors in particular should keep in mind that different processors have different minimum transactions. This is especially relevant to Payza where the minimum is $1, so you may not receive your automatic payment if you are not owed at least that amount.
Also on the subject of Payza, at the time of writing all deposits are still being made in manual mode. As the Pay Get admin has shown me, both of his accounts with them are business verified, so we can only speculate that the delay in approving their payments button is because of an ongoing historical backlog affecting several of Payza’s services due to their struggle to keep up with a rapidly increasing demand. If that bothers you then by all means feel free to wait until Payza deal with the situation, I can however confirm that despite the deposits being done manually Pay Get are still making payments via Payza automatically just as they are to all other processors.
Looking into the more technical aspects of the program such as design and security, I can tell you that Pay Get runs off a licensed version of the H-Script. I don’t know how many of you would have recognized it in the first place (it’s not as popular as GoldCoders despite being every bit as good), however in this case its been significantly modified to accommodate all the different payment schedules and of course the automated payouts as well. It’s all quite user friendly and easy to navigate though, and nothing over-complicated. Aside from the Pay Get logo bearing an uncanny resemblance to PayPal (something I doubt is mere coincidence!) the website is otherwise well constructed and professional looking. Pay Get is available in two languages, English and Russian, with the Russian version being the stronger. For a host the Pay Get admin has opted for what is perhaps the leading service provider in the HYIP market at the moment in DDoSGuard. They are providing the necessary technical support and protection, and are keeping the Pay Get website on a dedicated server. For an additional layer of security as SSL certificate from Comodo helps with safer browsing and securing the transactions. The website’s homepage features a promotional video introduction to the program, and like the rest of the website is available in English and Russian. Other features include members testimonials, all the most recent payout stats, and a graphic description of the investment plan which includes a “sliding calculator” where you simply drag your cursor along the chart to see how much you might expect to earn from the amount of money you are looking to spend.
For any follow up questions you might still have for the admin or any account related issues you need to have dealt with there are a number of ways you can get in touch with either the admin or the Pay Get support. The best place to start is of course always the Live Chat support which is ready to help answer your queries in real time. You’ll see a little pop-up window in the bottom left hand corner which you just need to click on in order to open. If that doesn’t do the trick then write to the admin by filling in your details on the online customer support form and submitting it via Pay Get‘s contacts page. Fans of social media/networking sites may also be pleased to see that Pay Get also has accounts on Facebook and VK that you can use to connect with them. The admin has also proved quite communicative in the past, frequently updating members on his program’s latest developments on the website’s news page and running a number of cash prize promotional contests to encourage members to spread the word about Pay Get.
Finally, no doubt that Pay Get is a better HYIP than most of what you see listed on other monitors. Creator’s are professional and they’re quite serious about their project. I hope they’ll understand the psychology of investors and will run this project for a longtime. Anyway, don’t invest more than you afford to lose.