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     For those that are experienced with HYIPs, there is one question that they have to figure out. It is when to leave the HYIP and go to another one. This is a hard one to figure out because HYIPs are unpredictable. There is no way to tell when they are going to stop paying. The fact of the matter is that the more sessions you pay for, the more likely you are going to lose the money that you have invested. Perhaps the best bet of not getting scammed is to only pay for one session with an HYIP. 

     In most cases, an HYIP is only going to last one day. Even the ones that last longer are going to eventually die out. The best thing to do before investing in an HYIP is to wait until it is determined that one is paying or not. Then proceed with caution so that you will be prepared to lose the money that you invest. Even when you do pay, it is important to not invest a very high amount of money into the HYIP because you could lose all of the money that you invested. That could come as a huge blow to your financial circumstances.

Factors to Look for

     When you look at an HYIP, you have to look at many factors. You have to look at the reviews of the site. In many cases, the HYIP only pays the reporting site. A lot of HYIPs are selective paying. As a result, a lot of people are cheated. At the same time, it also makes the listing site look bad. So it is important for the site to at least allow other users to leave their comments so that the user could have a better idea as to whether or not the site is paying or not for him.

Signs of Scam

     Sometimes, the HYIP is a scam from the get go. One sign of a scammy site is one that offers a huge amount of returns in a ridiculously short amount of time. While there are sites that offer these types of returns in a day. There are site that offer returns within hours. Admittedly, if they pay, they most likely are going to pay for the first couple of investments. This is because when they pay interest, the interest comes from other people that invest their money into an HYIP.

Risk Factor

     HYIPs are very risky to invest in to begin with. If you are not comfortable with taking the risk, then it is better to avoid HYIPs. For those that are interested, it is better to look for longer term for investing. The ones that offer lower percentages of profit are the ones that are likely to yield profits to the user. Even then, it is important to take precautions to look at the listings of this site on other boards. If you are comfortable with taking the risk, then you can sign up and fund the account according to the payment processor of your choice. Then wait for the investment period to laps.