So You Want To Make Some Money in HYIP’s? Out of all the HYIP’s listed in GoldPoll around 100 have got past 100 days with around 50 of those getting past 200 days and 20 or so progressing past one year. After all, programmes like NMC etc all started at 0 days lifetime and the way to make money is to get in at 0 days or at least in day 1 or 2. My research suggests that 35% of all new programmes will go down before they reach their break-even point but the remainder will carry on for varying lengths of time. Don’t take my word for it. Check it out for yourself at http://www.goldpoll.com/ So how can we exploit those statistics to our collective advantage? Simple! Join every new HYIP and stick $50 into each. OK! $50 may be a little too much but what about $20? That is still too much for one person and not forgetting the work involved, but not for a group. For such a scheme to work a working capital of $2,000.00 would be needed at $50 per head. That’s 40 people. Any lesser amount per head would make the scheme too unwieldy to be practical. But there is nothing to stop 5 people getting together with their $10 and one of them join in. Make no mistake – what I am suggesting will mean a positive commitment to be active every single day for the foreseeable future. The scheme would work like this: General Manager. I would use the defunct StarkFund LR account to collect the $50’s and publish the usual web page to keep everyone informed of the state of play. HYIP Source Manager. Would keep an eye on GoldPoll every day and send the name and URL of the new HYIP’s to the Referral Managers, spreading the load between them as evenly as possible. 6 Referral Managers. They would be obliged to get a new email address and open an LR account using that email address and not use it anywhere else. Those people would have to supply photo ID of either driving license or passport and a scan of a Utility bill showing their home address. Those people would need to have a secure computer with a decent firewall and anti-nasty software kept up to date and follow the guide lines for passwords etc. We will not accept “My account has been hacked” as an excuse for funds going missing. I would transfer some funds (say $50 to begin with) to each of those LR accounts to enable the holders to join every new HYIP that comes on stream with the minimum deposit. They would then send me the referral URL of each HYIP. Any referral commission plus withdrawals would then be used to join new HYIP’s as they come on line. When that LR account reaches a balance of more than $100 then $50 would be transferred back to the main LR account. Each Referral Manager would have total control of his/her batch of HYIP’s (probably about 30) and make withdrawals and recycling of the principle as required until the inevitable end. The Referral Managers would be required to publish a screen grab of the LR account once a week, preferably on the same day each week. Using the collected funds, I would join each HYIP with a $20 deposit, or the minimum if it is more than $20, using the supplied referral URL and then pass the credentials to another partner (HYIP Control Manager) to keep track of it and make withdrawals etc. Over time every partner would have a few HYIP’s under his/her control. But the withdrawals would go to the main LR account for periodic distribution to the partners. I reckon that eventually we would have a deposit in over 150 HYIP’s. That is each HYIP Control Manager would have control of about 5 HYIP’s at any one time. In other words each partner would have an active part in the scheme and that would make them really feel a part of the scheme and not just a bystander. All communications between partners would have to be by email. PM’s are too unreliable at the moment with GT suffering a certain amount of down time for some people. Speed of operation is vital. I have no forecast as to how soon we will see something back for our $50 but it could be as long as 2 months. But once we start getting something back it should be pretty regular thereafter. So let’s talk about it. Find any flaws and offer solutions to them. Think “what if”. There is no rush at all to set this up. We have all the time in the world to get this right first time. However if we work together as a real team I feel that this would work. There is no “I” in team, partner or manager. We could even have a dummy run to see how it works.