Name: Heaven Paid
Type of Business: HYIP
Overall Rating: 35/100
So I was asked to do a review on Heaven Paid by a close friend of mine. Just like everyone and their mothers, he wanted to know if he could really make money with this, or if it’s nothing but a scam. Everyone has their opinion and so do I. The difference is that I don’t leave anything out. Here is a complete review of Heaven Paid.
What it is
Heaven Paid is nothing more than another HYIP (high yield investment program). Some quick advice. If you have no clue as to what these are, you might want to do a little research (like you did here) before joining any of them.
Heaven Paid works in a very simple way and there is nothing left out, which is why I have a different view on every single one of these programs.
This is a VERY HIGH RISK gig and you are completely taking a risk. It doesn’t come with a refund and you are not guaranteed anything.
Who This is for
This is for anyone looking to make some quick cash. However, these programs are what most would consider a Ponzi scheme. To me, it really depends on what you are willing to risk.
Trust me, you will have the ones that are making money with this (or waiting to make money) praise it like it’s the best thing since sliced cheese. Then you’ll have the ones that didn’t make money calling nothing but scam on Heaven Paid.
If you are willing to gamble, these schemes might work for you. If you don’t have some extra cash to be playing around with, you might want to stay away.
How it Works
There is no other way this “business” is ran, but by having a bunch of people invest into a program, just to payout the people at the top. So yes, “the early bird gets the worm”.
If you do plan on investing into something like this, Follow this, and you will be fine. Here’s what the seasoned HYIP people do.
- Find a new HYIP that’s about to launch
- Secure their spots (invest)
- Invite others to join (Payday!)
Of course you will find some positive reviews about how this program will make you some crazy amounts of money and that is totally fine. Just remember that they are already members and in order to get paid, they need people like you to join, whether it’s through them or not.
Can You Really Make Money?
Heaven paid is just a modified MLM business, which WILL have some losers once the dust settles. To make myself clearer, not everyone will get paid.
I have done my share of HYIPs and I have made some good money with some. I have also lost some money, which I knew I was never going to get back.
There are some people that have cashed out some serious cash with this, but unlike you, they got in super early. In the end, you can make money with Heaven Paid.
Pros & Cons
Although I can call something a scam, there are actually some things I like about certain programs. here are the good and bad that come with Heaven Paid.
- Can make you money
- Does not require recruiting (I hate recruiting!)
- Can make you money by referring (15%)
- Fairly small investment
- Very risky
- Doesn’t use Paypal
- Is a pyramid scheme
- Currently NOT PAYING
Is Heaven Paid a Scam?
Yes, Heaven Paid is nothing but a scam. Although you can make money, it is very, very risky. In most cases, you need to get in the “good ole boys club” if you want to make money.
You will have the owner as well as his select few that will be at the top of this chain, so you can expect a couple of thousand dollars to be dished out to them, before others get paid. Once they get paid, then come the lucky ones that got in early.
Heaven Paid and many other scams like it, don’t accept Paypal as one of their payment options. Who doesn’t accept Paypal?! Another red flag.
Name: Heaven Paid
Final Verdict: Scam! Not everyone wins and according to its members, Heaven Paid has stopped paying. Definitely not recommended!
What I Think
Think about it. If you’re going to make $400 off a $50 investment, how would that be possible? It’s actually really simple and this is also why a lot of people don’t make money.
In order to get your position “cycled”, you will need 8 positions to be purchased before you can make any money. If there were 50 positions purchased before you, that means you will have to wait for 400 more before you get paid. If my math is wrong, I really don’t care. You get my point.
I hope you enjoyed this review of Heaven Paid and hopefully you have a better understanding of how this and every single other one like it works. If you have any questions or have had any experience (good or bad), please leave your two cents in the comment section below.
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