This project was moved on Problem status! Do NOT invest there at the moment..
Two days ago, you read “First Thoughts” article about ExBonds LTD. We slightly touched two investment plans of this platform. Here is what we’ve said exactly in that article:
ExBonds LTD offers 2 investment plans:
- Standard Plan – 4.00% Daily For 50 Days (Principal Return after completion OR at any time with 10% fee). Min. deposit for this plan is $10.00
- Premium Plan – 5.00% Daily For 50 Days (Principal Return after completion OR at any time with 10% fee). Min. deposit here is $10,000.00
There is a lot more information about the platform in the internal area (in personal account), so you’d probably better to see, to check and rate it yourself after registration on ExBonds LTD.
So now is the time to do our usual calculations to see the details.
We take Standard Plan, as it is obvious that this will be the most popular and used one.
This plan (both of them actually) is in Calendar days so there is no need to use conversion factor of 30/22 (calendar days/business days).
The interest rate we have is 4% daily. First let’s count when we break even if we join ExBonds LTD and we decide to go through all 50 days, because ExBonds LTD has PB (Principal Back) anytime option which you can use even after lower number of days. Thus your profit will be different from this example. Dividing 100% by the 4% daily return we receive 25 days (our halfway).
*And again, you should take into account that you have the opportunity to return your deposit at any time with a commission of 10%, so after 3 days, having received 12% of the profit, you already go to the break-even level, but with a very small profit. (100% – 10%) + 12% = 102%.
But let’s continue on the basis of 50 days. Our Total Gross Interest is 300% and it’s shown on the website as well. 50 x 4% = 200%. + 100% (PB) you get 300% ROI from which Total NET Profit you can earn is 200% of deposit.
What about DNI (Daily Net Interest). If you are a newbie, take a minute and read EN HYIP Insights article #12 Part 3 and Part 4 first. That will be very useful for your further investments as well. If we divide Total Net Profit (200%) by 50 days of plan – we get a DNI of 4% which is our fixed interest rate because at the end of the plan you get your deposit back anyway. That’s why this plan is a High Interest plan as you can see.