In Emily News we have the policy of accepting the “Legend” presented by an HYIP on its website as true.  For those who came in late, an HYIP legend is the story told on a website of how a company generates its revenues and what it will do with investors’ money.  There is an HYIP Insights article about this that you can read here.  We have done this TAKING THE INVESTOR’S POINT OF VIEW, which is usually that he hopes the company he is investing in is the real thing, a legitimate enterprise that will survive for a long time so that he will earn a reliable passive income.  So, we speak of these companies that a person might invest their hard-earned money in as though they are the real deal — even though it is a fact that most are not.  We see the chief purposes of Emily News as providing an accurate explanation of a company’s investment plans as well as an overview of the company itself.  The overview is based on the Legend that the company provides in its website.

The Honest Admin.

But, what is the Admin’s point of view in all this?  In a way, it’s the same as the investor’s; he wants to make a lot of money too.  Let’s suppose that he’s an honest guy that has a legitimate money-making idea and that he needs some outside funds to make it a reality.  So, he puts a website together to raise the funds.  He offers high interest rates to investors because he really thinks his idea will pan out.  But, maybe it doesn’t!  Like nine out of ten small brick and mortar businesses (small stores, construction companies, computer repair shops, etc.), his business fails.  Does this mean that his business was a scam — and that he is a crook?  Are all the brick and mortar businesses that fail scams?

Scam or Closed: Which Will It be?

Yes, the business might be a scam, just some guy that slapped a website together with a fictional Legend who collects investors’ money while sitting on his living room sofa.  And, after he collects enough or when revenues vs. expenditures slow down, he closes the website and vanishes with the treasury.  Yes indeed, that kind of guy is a crook.  But does that mean that EVERY Admin is a crook?  If I were an honest Admin with a legitimate project that — unfortunately — failed, I would be offended if I were branded as a scam artist by every HYIP monitor in town.  Even if only one in one hundred Admins is in this category, why can’t we be polite to him?  In fact, why can’t we be polite to ALL Admins — honest and crooked?  We try to take the investor’s point of view.  From now on, we at Emily News will also TAKE THE ADMIN’S POINT OF VIEW as well.  What does this mean?  It simply means that we will be polite.  From now on, in this website, there will be NO MORE SCAMS!  There will only be programs that CLOSE THEIR DOORS or simply are CLOSED!  When a legitimate company goes out of business, it closes.  In the same way that we take an HYIP’s Legend at face value, we are implying that, when such a company closes its doors, there might be legitimate reasons for doing so. 

What will be the effect of this change?  Nothing really!  If a company is “closed,” the investor should still “beware and not invest there.”  We have only replaced the word “scam” with “closed.”  However, the entire point of view is different.  We feel this is a better way to treat other people and hope that this little change will be a first step in bringing the HYIP industry to a higher level.

Emily News is a DIFFERENT kind of monitor.  We are dedicated to providing accurate and honest information.  Now, you can see that we are also dedicated to treating people right — to treating them just the way we would like to be treated ourselves.

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Please don’t forget that you can post your screenshots of payment, scam, or other proofs related to a program by clicking on the “Details” button in the Emily News monitor.  Also, don’t forget that you can add your referral link when you post your proofs — another way to build your downline.

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