This article focuses on the visual analysis of a HYIP website. We will not touch the subject of short-term highly profitable HYIPs, because in most cases they do not meet virtually all the requirements. We also strongly recommend beginners even not to consider such projects for investment. In the future, when you get more experience in the analysis and HYIP investment, you can try to take the highest risk and to conduct a transaction with short-term HYIPs.
It is not quite easy for beginners to evaluate the project design potential. For these purposes you’d better consult an experienced HYIP investor or webmaster, who will be able to evaluate uniqueness at first and then and an approximate cost of the website design.
If, however, the project, which is positioning itself as a long-term reliable one, uses a standard free design template, it is better to miss such a HYIP and to keep from investing in it.
Also pay attention to the website layout and possible discrepancies that evidence haste work. These oversights can be: lack of text alignment to the margins, overlapping pictures with a text, links mismatch and other errors that experienced Internet surfers immediately notice.
An alternative to the website layout analysis, place a HYIP address in the form on the website http://validator.w3.org. If the test is passed successfully, the HYIP is worth paying attention to. If the test validity shows a lot of errors, this site is made with a minimum of cost and involvement of an inexperienced coder; respectively, we should not be interested in such work.
First of all, look for errors in the text. It is also possible to evaluate the quantity and quality of the text information on the website. Then you can compare texts with other HYIPs, check the text uniqueness and graphic content.
Naturally the project priority will be higher if the site has a lot of unique and high-quality texts and graphic information. It is possible to check the text uniqueness by just copying various parts from the website and inserting them in Google search. The same can be done with the image uniqueness through Google Image Search service. Note the section FAQ / Q & A. short-term HYIPs most often copy from other colleagues.
If the site contains various language support, not only through the menu, but also the translation of all text and image data – this may indicate the seriousness of the organizers’ intentions and may even be evidence of work with foreign investors.
If there are a systematic design and site content updates, it is also a good sign, but not the most significant. The same can be said about the opposite – the absence of new articles, images, or minor changes of design details do not necessarily indicate the project “neglecting”. There is the service that allows you to track how the site looked in the past (provided it has existed for more than 6 months). Visit https://archive.org/ site and type the project address in the top line. According to various dates, you can track changes in the website design. Also, using this resource it is possible to estimate the site life-term.
Availability of online technical support on the site, which answers your questions in real time, is also a significant plus in favor of the project. If it is absent, write to support service at the specified e-mail addresses or via the feedback form.
Quick response to your appeal (within a day) is also a good reason while the lack of response – on the contrary.
In addition to e-mail or online messengers’ data, it is good when there is the phone and address of the company. Certainly, the address is most likely to be fake or offshore. You can also check it by copying in the search service line and by analyzing the output.
Compare the data listed in the contact section with addresses and telephone numbers listed in domain registration according to who is (see below). These data will match in relatively long-term projects.
Availability of documents
Some projects publish registration documents, tax returns, certificates and licenses on their websites. You can check their authenticity by putting the registration number in the search form or contacting the organization that issued the documents. Even if there are such documents together with confirmation of their authenticity (which is more typical for serious offline financial pyramids than HYIPs) you should not too delude yourself on this occasion. Do not forget the basic rules of investing, as even reliable banks can scam from time to time – declare bankruptcy at the slightest problems and do not pay.
Legend and other information
According to the legend, we can find out information about the type of investment. Of course, it is not necessary to trust this information in any case, but you can draw some conclusions. If the HYIP organizers bother to think a good legend, which is partly confirmed by licenses and contacts, it is possible that the project intends to work for a long time.
Similarly, following the information available on the site, you can determine the maximum profits and loss, work days, ways of withdrawals and other information that is worth studying and analyzing. Next we will look at these details more closely.
According to the options of depositing and withdrawing you can also determine the seriousness of the project, its founders and thus long-term functioning of the HYIP. In addition to standard electronic payment systems used by HYIPs, it is preferable if there are more reliable EPS (eg, PayPal), as well as bank transfers and cards (which is unlikely).