As you know by now, successful investing into HYIPs is all about risk assesment and forecasting their inevitable collapse. Our basis for this is the
, but there are also a few factors that can act as early warnings
Watch these factors closely and on a regular basis - not only in phase of the HYIP Rotation System, but ideally at any point.
- Changes in interest rate: Huge red flag!
If the HYIP has been running with 2% daily interest and all of a sudden the owner announces a reduction to 1.5%, thats a sure sign of impending doom. No matter how well they argue their point in any blog post or forum, consider the HYIP busted and scale out as fast as possible. Some excuses you might hear: Keeping the project sustainable, funds for developing a new whatever
, more staff hired, bad market conditions. Don't believe any of them
- New user registrations:
This one can be hard to judge depending on the plattform. Some (less professional) projects contain a user ID in their profile links - thats super easy. Others offer a chatroom with the number of online users. Others post milestones on social media (less trustworthy)
- Withdrawal Check:
We recommend you withdraw a tiny portion of your profits every now and then, only to verify that the withdrawal process is still working. If there are unusual delays (or straight up no payment at all), this is another red flag!
- Social media involvement:
The HYIP has its own subreddit or forum? Monitor the activity there, especially from admins and moderators. If you notice a steady or sudden decline, be very cautious
- Support resonse times:
Send an inquery about some random question to the support and note their response time. HYIPs close to collapse usually receive so much requests, they can't answer them in time or go completely quiet
- Changes in affiliate programs:
This one is not as bad as changes to the interest rate, but its still a hint. Exceptions are changes very early to end special launch promotions
Something we didn't include here intentionally: Do not trust reddit or any other external sources. Don't fall for trolls that report not being paid, only to spread their referral links to a new HYIP. Do your research and draw your own conclusions. In the field of HYIP nobody is your friend and you should vet every external information for yourself!