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True Self Organics
01-30-2014, 12:54 PM
They're a company based out of Hong Kong with a second office in NYC. They have 3 different plans to choose from all require a deposit of $100. First (less risky plan) is offering 1-1.5% per week within 30 days, the second you can earn 2-3% per week within 90 days, and lastly 2.5-5% per week withn 180 days. Who's in?

owesem75
01-30-2014, 05:42 PM
Mutual wealth is very interesting but I am doubtful about their scheme, especially that I found out that they are a company registered in Cyprus (http://www.mutualwealth.com/mw/servlet/template/about.page). If you will check the website of companies offering binary options, they are also registered either from Cyprus or Greece. I dont know, maybe I am wrong.. but are you already a member of this group? Can you tell us your personal experience about it? Thanks.

True Self Organics
01-31-2014, 11:16 AM
Thank you for the input. I am not already a member, but I was definitely considering it. So, based on your knowledge most companies registered in Cyprus and Greece are red flags? I'm ready to make a move, but want to be make a an educated risk.

myepicdemise
01-31-2014, 12:12 PM
Thank you for the input. I am not already a member, but I was definitely considering it. So, based on your knowledge most companies registered in Cyprus and Greece are red flags? I'm ready to make a move, but want to be make a an educated risk.

All HYIPs, no matter where they are registered in, are red flags. Of course you can invest in them if you want, but I don't think the countries they are registered in matters, since you don't even know whether they are telling the truth or not. The rule of thumb is that the HYIPs with a lower interest rate usually last longer.

gHiros
02-03-2014, 11:33 PM
In the world of HYIPs, you need to know when to hold'em, know when to fold'em, and know when to run away ... just like that old Kenny Roger's song.

Yes, I agree that majority of HYIPs out there are total scams, but, there are gems out there. And moreover, I found a gem of a resource, too. It's a website operated and managed by a sweet person called Rebecca. Her site is http://ourmoneymattersblog.com/, and you can check out her "Current HYIP List" page where she's showcasing the HYIPs she's in. Her mission is to find the good HYIPs and expose the scammers. BTW, Mutual Wealth is one of the HYIPs she's in, and according to her blog post, her plan ends this month. Hopefully it will good news for her.

That said, check out her website, subscribe to her email list and follow her. I followed her recommendations on FX-9.net, and so far, so good.

Good Luck!

rsodell
02-04-2014, 09:19 AM
I am currently invested with them, but will not know...at least for myself...until it matures at the end of this month (02/2014). I can tell you that I got into the program because of their business model and structure. Since I first got into Mutual Wealth and HYIPs in general...I've found that ONLY about 5% of them are truly legitimate business ventures. The rest are nothing more than SCAMS! I'm now devoting my life to seeking out the "good" ones and exposing the SCAMS as well as the SCAMMERS in this industry as there are MANY other forms of SCAMS that have derived out of the HYIP industry! PLEASE go to my website (I affectionately call it "OUR" website for the many people that have chosen to follow me in my quest: http://ourmoneymattersblog.com/about-us/. Within the site is a list of the HYIPs that I'm now involved in and am monitoring for my "followers". You can find the list here: http://ourmoneymattersblog.com/current-hyip-list/