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Hola mis amigos!

There is nothing I enjoy more than coming back from holidays and finding out that not much has changed.

Do you get those anxiety attacks while being away from home? That your house collapsed, your dog is now a werewolf and – worst of all – your line of work does not exist anymore? Plus, if you're in our line of work, there's always the possibility that some payment system decided to come out and proudly admit that it was all a freud or that some sort of agency decided that some currency is illegal. You know how it goes, amigos, right? Imagine my joy when I realized that things have remained pretty much the same and that websites such as PerfectAdSolution are still being launched every day. I mean, that's no wonder – people have always loved earning money just by surfing the Internet and watching ads.

 

Thus, it won't come as a surprise that PerfectAdSolution is one of those programs that let your be a part of their revenue (revenue sharing called Perfect RevShare) and employs a matrix system (Perfect Matrix). However, before you do anything, you need to, let's say, buy in, to use the terminology usually reserved for casino patrons. Here, you have a monthly membership fee of $3. How do you become a member? It's not complicated: they require your first and last name along with your e-mail. The terms and conditions are also equally standard. You do not need to worry since the website is secured with Comodo RSA Domain Validation Secure Server certificate valid until May 14, 2015. What you might worry about is your eyes since there are just so many different things happening on the website. And some of them keep on moving. While the page is definitely not cutting edge, it works fine. I would, however, change the way the program is explained in "How it works" from the link that sends you to another website filled with nothing but .png format and some rather elaborate graph-like depictions since it feels a bit lazy, but maybe that's just me.

 

AltTrade.org review RSS - comments

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Hola mis amigos!

First of all, it has been awhile, right? Not much is happening in our alternative world. Peaceful times, boring times.

Still, we should be grateful since the saying goes "May you live in interesting times". In fact, it's an old curse, so we should be truly happy to be bored.

I have a gift for you today: a new review of a new program. I have used the word "alternative" for a reason – yes, I'm very sneaky – because the program, "a service trader", is called AltTrade although it doesn't seem very unorthodox. What's actually alternative is the currency: AltTrade offers arbitrage and "trading between exchanges", that is altcoins and bitcoins, hence – possibly – the name. Unfortunately, not much more can be found as concerns the company behind the very apropos name. No headquarters, no country of origin, no names. Nada, amigos. What I did manage to find out is that the domain was registered on February 23, 2014 and it expires within a year. Yes, that's it since the rest is secret thanks to the Whois Privacy Protection Service. There is just one more piece of solid information available, namely the particulars regarding the SSL certificate implemented into the website: it's a standard Comodo EssentialSSL certificate that was purchased on May 9, 2014 and is also a one-year deal.

 

Speaking of the website, it provides the user with the most important data and instructions when it comes to the program itself. The page is well-organized, pleasant to look at and easy to browse. Registering is a piece of cake, but AltTrade requires your full personal data, by which I mean your full name, address and birthdate. Bear in mind that there is a limit of one account per person. We do not learn a lot as far as the investment plans details go, but the FAQ section (the link can be found on the bottom of the page) combined with the Terms and Conditions give us a sneak peak into the AltTrade's ideas. What AltTrade does is "trading on the primary crypto currency markets, seeking daily profit opportunities of up to 5%". What you get is a "minimum ROI of 1.2 per day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year", so the profit is variable day to day, but the margins stay the same.

WealthGroups review RSS - comments

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Hola mis amigos!

Is it just me or is it harder than ever to find a well-designed website?

What is wrong with the world? Shouldn't it go the other way round: the older the Internet gets, the better the websites become? It should, right? Believe it or not, I somehow get the impression that programs care less and less about the way their websites look, as if that's not important when you deal with your clients online…

This introductory rant should give you the idea of what it's been like to deal with ugly designs, counter-intuitive and poorly prepared pages I deal with sometimes. Also, it should not surprise you that our today's protagonist is… Just the opposite of everything I loathe.

 

To start with, you immediately know who you're dealing with. WealthGroups, or WG FX Limited, is a UK-based company and "one of the investment funds that based its actions on the Forex market". Dealing "mainly with Forex market", WealthGroups has not forgotten about the first rule of the Internet: presentation is everything. While the "About Us" section may consist of some done and done cliches ("Our employees have many years of experience gained in the financial markets", but we do not learn more about neither the employees, not the markets), you can also find a PDF file of Certificate of Incorporation (https://wealthgroups.com/docs/certificate.pdf) from which one may learn that WG FX Limited is a private limited company number 8655589.

To add to this, a whois search reveals that the domain was registered on 2012-08-02 by Frank Roger (9 Prebendal Court, Oxford Road, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire). One must not forget about one of the most crucial facts: the domain shall be valid for another 10 years, which is why you may read "© 2013-2023 WealthGroups.com, Incorporated Company in the United Kingdom" on the bottom of wealthgroups.com.

3PAMM review RSS - comments

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Hola mis amigos!

If there is one thing of which we do not witness enough on the Internet it's… No, you did not guess it, you dirty-minded people, you. It's the sense of humor, obviously!

All the things we deal with on a daily basis are so serious: the payments, the deposits, the withdrawals, checking the certificates, domains and IPs.

It's tiresome, right? And, what is even more depressing, so adult. I know, I know, we're all supposed to be glad that we're all grown up, but don't you miss the funny nicknames and games we used to have when we were little? Well, maybe nobody misses the nicknames, but you know what I mean. Anyway, here comes our today protagonist: 3pamm. Don't you feel younger already?

Having scored 6 out of 10 stars in our grading system, 3pamm is already quite well-established in the online world. Even though it has been online less than two months (the domain was set up on November 22, 2013), it seems that the name became recognizable in this short amount of time. As we learn from "About" section, the company was founded in May 2010, following a scandal concerning "one of the world’s biggest financial monsters, Forex PAMM Traiding", when five of the Forex PAMM Trading employees left and set up their own company, 3pamm Limited.

It turns out that the risk paid off since, according to the website, "[i] 18 month the new company caught up with the Forex PAMM and by the end of 2012 the elder firm lagged so far behind that major investors fled it, preferring the younger competitor". This happy end was not as joyful for the original company as it declared bankruptcy in 2013 and 3pamm is still active, serving as "an instrument for simplifying the process of funds transfer to the Trust account Manager (Managing company). It automatically performs all spreads and income and expenses calculations for both parties". Oh, it took me only five sentences to change the mood from being young and carefree to going bankrupt, I'm sorry, amigos. Take into consideration, though, that the fun-sounding name probably alludes to Percent Allocation Management Module, and you'll be just as mature as I'm trying to seem.

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RemiTradeHola mis amigos!

There are programs that are flashy and glittery and you pay attention to them immediately because of all the dazzling.

There are also programs that grown on you the more you peruse them and the more you look at the chilly and understated design. Our today protagonist definitely falls into the latter category.

Remi Trade is a company with its seat in Dominica (8 Copthall, Roseau Valley, 00152, Commonwealth of Dominica), which is always a nice place to have a place in, right? Naturally, it's all about the business aspect of such a decision, but you know that I always enjoy the administrators sipping drinks on a beach. It's just so much better. Moving on, as Remi Trade proudly announced "We are not so young". Indeed, according to the website the company was founded in 2002 and was apparently waiting to appear online, which happened in 2009 when "online opportunities for trading and investments were introduced [...] for public in general not for practitioners solely. There was also an increase in our initial capital. The increase gave us an opportunity to make a serious reserve fund in order to have deposits from investors insured".

And then the proper Remi Trade emerged with a domain created on November 12, 2013 and GeoTrust SSL certificate implemented three days later (valid from (11/16/2013 to 11/19/2014). While the first move was perfectly executed – the domain is valid for another ten years, I have some doubts whether optioning for an optional "https" is necessarily the right choice. Sure, your data are "protected by 128 bit SSL encryption; if it is activated, you will see a closed padlock in the status bar of your browser". However, you do need to know that beforehand, so just be sure you see the "padlock" as RT suggested.

When it comes to navigating the website, it could not get any simpler. As I've mentioned in the introduction, the website is not one of the most innovative and groundbreaking pages in the history of the Internet, but it's crisp and user-friendly, which is just as well. The only problem I have personally encountered has to do with the registration process. First, let me assure you, it's a pretty obvious process and needs no explanation, really: you just give them a name and surname, your e-mail address and some password information. Then you have to answer a secret question and Remi Trade chose the "family set" with questions like "Mother's maiden name" or "Mother's birthday", which I always enjoy.

I don't know if it was my infamous bad luck, but I could not log into my account. Having copied everything from the confirmation e-mail received seconds before, I clicked on the "Forgotten Password" option – thinking "I must be going senile and I've already forgotten my password" – and received another e-mail with… A different login ID and the same password. For some strange reason, the confirming mail says one thing (your name is your ID), the password reminder tell a whole different story (it's your surname). But, amigos, we can always attribute all that to my luck, right? OK, once you're in, you need to… Fill out more forms, I'm afraid. As soon as you log in you get the following message "Attention! Please fill you contact details. Click here to proceed. To finish registration enter personal information: User Settings" (the details in question are the address and your birth date). I skipped that part and I'm still alive, so I think it's not as urgent as the message makes it seem.

Funds Trade Club Review RSS - comments

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Hola mis amigos!

If your mind is all agile, you haven't eaten too much butter in your life, and – the most important thing – you read our newsletter carefully and regularly, Funds Trade Club should not be a new name to you.

Introduced on money-monitor.com over a month ago, FTC now holds the 19th place on our list with the so-far solid PAYING status. What else do we know about Funds Trade Club?

To start with, the name is quite cool, right? It evokes all the pleasant imagery of games and merry-go-rounds and fairy tales. To add to this, Funds Trade Club actually lives up to its name, at least website-wise. With a colorful and easy to navigate page, FTC makes quite the statement in the HYIP world. Dealing with the full spectrum of online money making, FTC takes interest in investing in online businesses, the Forex market, online "physical businesses", oil and stock, to mention some. Naturally, Funds Trade Club is not only about having fun, the team consisting of "a group of professionals with a couple of years of experience in various business segments and sectors - both online and offline ventures [that came] together to provide you with a real investment venture".

I know, I know, it sounds pretty generic. What we do learn about the creator is that his name is "Mr. James Ci" and… Oh, yes, that's it. A whois search doesn't help much since all you get is a "PrivacyGuardian" information regarding the owner of the domain. What we do find out is that the domain was created on September 9, 2013 and should remain valid for another 3 years. As far as the dates go, the website is, of course, secured with EssentialSSL certificate issued by Comodo on September 11, 2013, but which expires soon, on December 11, 2013.

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 AlbionUnion reviewHola mis amigos!

Have you ever had one of those days when you just want something to be simple and clear? When it rains and all you want to do is just look at the bright, blue sky? When all the paths you've chosen proved to be difficult and all you wanted was a shortcut?

Well, amigos, it's been one of these days and it doesn't seem to end. Luckily, AlbionUnion did nothing to complicate my day even further. Just quite the opposite: perusing their website turned out to be one of the shortcuts I anticipated.

 

Let's start with the basics: according to the information found on the bottom of the website, AlbionUnion is "Operated by SWISSAL LTD. Company no.: #08312005". Just a quick investigation should tell you that this private limited company does indeed exist outside the Internet and was registered in London, UK (Enterprise House, 21 Buckle Street) on the 29th of November 2012. When you look at the part where they talk about themselves (and I don't mean the introductory video, we'll get to that soon enough), you'll read that "AlbionUnion was founded in 2012 by a group of skilled analysts and experienced traders to create a secure and highly profitable investment opportunities. [...] In 2013, AlbionUnion started submission secure investment opportunities to internet users worldwide". Yes, I know, rather disappointing.

 

Given that the page itself is so straightforward and easy to navigate, one would expect more than the same "skilled","experienced" and "highly profitable" cliches. If you hoped that the welcome video would tell you more about AlbionUnion, you may be dissatisfied: it's a nice enough video, sure, but all you get is the "competent team, skilled experts, professional analysts, customer support 24/7, worldwide satisfied customers", slogans that you're used to getting.

Going back to the Need To Know pieces of information: AlbionUnion's domain was registered on April 11, 2013 and doesn't expire for another ten years. Just recently, the website has been secured with RapidSSL and the certificate will be valid for fours more years. As you may have noticed, AlbionUnion seems to be all about the long term commitment. Are their plans following the same rule of thumb?

 

AU offers seven investment plans to choose from:

Start, Advance, Expert, Professional, Deluxe, Premium and V.I.P,

Brows & CO review - browsgroup.com RSS - comments

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Hola mis amigos!

When writing a review of a program I always try to, first and foremost, get all my facts straight and do the necessary research.

After taking all the notes, immersing myself into the creator's mind and all that, I browse through the website as any regular user would. I try to get the feel of the program, of the website, of the idea. As you know, I am also a fan of frequently asked questions, which usually tell me more than the cute pictures and IP address search. Only after completing all these steps do I sit down to pen my review, amigos, and I must say this time it was a little bit different.

Brows & CO is a NY-based company registered under no. 079120147 in the Seychelles (Tenancy 10, Marina House, Eden Island, Mahe, Seychelles). I could go on and on about the sandy beaches and drinks and the warm breeze from the sea, but we all know that in our business Republic of Seychelles is nothing more than a convenient place to set up a company. Not that they don't have the beaches, the drinks and the breeze, it's just not the time and place to discuss them, amigos.

The geography might have been quite confusing here since Brows & CO are actually located in New York (U.S., New York, NY, 10004, 33 Whitehall Street, Suite 1702) and the website displays pictures of the Gherkin, some bridges, the Eiffel Tower, and so on, but it's probably because of its international scope of business. Speaking of the website, it's extremely well-designed, pleasant to look at and international-user-friendly by which I mean that there are three language versions available: English, Russian and German. Setting up an account takes less than 5 minutes, but they do require your full name and phone number.

The domain was registered not a long time ago, in July 2013 and expires in 2020. As long as I'm throwing all the dates at you, here's another one: the SSL certificate issued by Thawte is valid from September 4, 2013 to September 4, 2014. My usual favorite part, FAQ, is decent and answers most of the crucial questions. According to the FAQ, "BROWS & CO company is a public private investment fund based on private and institutional investors voluntary confidential funds transfer in order to generate income. The main purpose of BROWS & CO is to bring maximum profit for its investors". In case you want more information regarding the company itself, you may find it in the "About Company" section which should give you more insight into the workings of Brows & CO, e.g. the fact that the company "was founded in 2006 and had a status of private foundations" until 2013 when "in circumstances of tightening financial regulation in UK, the heads of BROWS & CO decided to restructure the company and open a public fund".

Just-Income review RSS - comments

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Hola mis amigos!

Whoa, it's been so long I've almost forgotten what it's like to address my esteemed readers, a.k.a. you. And I bet you have forgotten by now what it's like to read all my ramblings.

Let me give you a short recap: I usually discuss a program, its possible creators, its website (which may mean everything from the design through the content to the security), the investment offer and such, and, last but not least, sometimes the general "feel" of the program. Up to the challenge, amigos?

 

Let me start by introducing today's protagonist: Just Income is "a new investment fund on the market" with "many years of experience in providing financial services". According to the information on justincome.biz, this Costa Rica-registered (company address: Calle 9 San José, Costa Rica 2223 1909) company consists of 17 people "of which 15 are experienced stock market investors". Just Income is all about the Forex market and "went to the internet [...] to give you the opportunity to entrust your money for experts". Despite all the aforementioned pieces of information, one still doesn't know much about Just Income's creators, not even their country of origin. It may be deduced that the owners are not necessarily English native speakers due to some small language mishaps but – just as well – they may simply not be "men of words".

What can be found, however, is that the website has literally just been created: the domain was registered on August 13, 2013 and expires within a year. The website is secured with a standard RapidSSL certificate that will also last a year: from August 14, 2013 to August 17, 2014. Apart from this, one cannot find much more since the information is "WhoIsGuard Protected" and the website, while rather user-friendly, is not the most informative page ever.

 

Catena Finance review RSS - comments

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Hola mis amigos!

I really appreciate complicated and multifaceted books, movies or websites. It's nice to have a thing or experience that you need to get back to in order to understand all its aspects.

However, having said that, sometimes simplicity is just... nice. Especially when it's this hot and my keeps on mind going to the holidays that will not come my way any time soon. Catena Finance provided just what I needed, a nice break from reading into the innuendos, digging for the dirt and doing all the double-checking my life seems to consist of on day-to-day basis.

 

Catena Finance's motto, "invest with confidence", seems to sum up the general feel of the website. With the main photo of an attractive guy sitting by the sea with a laptop, the message seems to be: just lay back and we'll take care of everything. It reminds me of a SPA, somehow, and if there's something I like more than vacations, it's the whole SPA extravaganza. OK, I promise, that's my last digression, amigos... The website itself is definitely not complex or hard to navigate. Setting up an account, for instance, takes literally less than a minute and you don't need to be all that effusive; they do, however, require the full name.

Once you're a member, things do not get complicated either: the members area isn't that much different from the regular page. By the way, the website is supposedly protected against DDoS attacks, although I couldn't find any information regarding the company responsible for that. What one can easily find, on the other hand, is that the page is secured with RapidSSL certificate issued by GeoTrust Inc. on May 29, 2013 which expires within a year. As long as we're being technical, the domain was registered on March 21, 2013 and is also valid for a year. Now that you know all the details, maybe it's time to reveal what Catena Finance is all about?

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