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14) Always follow the safety rules
As it has already been explained in detail in the chapter “Basic safety tips,” you need to take seriously all the safety requirements. Especially you cannot do the following: use the same login / passwords for different HYIPs and electronic wallets, as well as to use your e-mail passwords for programs, too. It is also not always necessary to specify all your personal data.
Some HYIP administrators abuse data and sell users’ personal information: names, passwords, the amount of investment, number of wallets, etc.). This can lead not only to capital loss, but also to more serious consequences. At least, try to avoid such unpleasant situations.
15) Be careful with the comments on forums
If you want to take part in discussions of HYIPs on monitoring sites / forums, try to be both wise and neutral. If you’re very encouraged by a program in which you have earned a good amount or just want to promote its referral link, you will mar your reputation very much in case the HYIP stops operation.
Afterwards, it will be much more difficult for you to ask experienced investors for advice, or persuade forum members to take part in any project, just placing results of payments, and leaving comments.
For the same reason, do not react very emotionally on the forum, if a particular HYIP disappears / closes / doesn’t longer pay.
To crown it all, do not write negative posts directly when you have the payment of money delayed. Perhaps this is a temporary program problem. Therefore, you should recheck all for a thousand of times before writing something. Many investors simply do not want to invest in this program, which will reduce its popularity, the outflow of profits, and its subsequent closure. All of this will impact directly on your capital too!
To be continued. Watch out for updates in the blog!