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Dexau is now the only “Diamond” listing on the EmilyNews monitor.  It also has the distinction of being the longest-lived of our listings at the present time.  For that reason, it might be worthwhile to take a second look at the program. 

Dexau was listed with EmilyNews over three months ago.  However, the program was online for two months before that.  So, they have been online for five months now (over 20 weeks) which is quite an accomplishment in the HYIP business.  As a reader of EmilyNews, you might have noticed this and I suspect that two questions will quickly come to mind:

1.  Why has the program survived this long?

2.  Is it likely to survive longer?

The answer to the first question is simple.  In case you’ve forgotten, Dexau offers two investment plans, both of which pay very modest returns.  Here’s the way we described the plans in our “First Thoughts” article about the program when it was first listed on our monitor:

Dexau Enterprise offers two easy-to-understand investment plans.  The first plan pays a modest 13% weekly for 10 weeks and your return includes your investment.   The second plan pays an equally modest 0.3% daily for 150 days.  In this case your investment is returned to you at the end of the plan.  However, you can request a refund of your investment at any time and that will terminate the plan.  If this request is made before 10 days, you have to pay a $5 fee.  The acceptable range of deposits is limited. For the first plan it ranges from $25 to $250 and for the second plan it ranges from $50 to $500.  This is not necessarily a bad thing. 

Since the first plan is 10 weeks long, many investors have completed one cycle through it and are ahead of the game.  Some investors have undoubtedly invested in it again and might even be breaking even right about now.  In our review of the program, we found out that it takes eight weeks for this investment plan to break even. 

The second plan is a different story as the return is considerably less.  That plan is 150 days long, around five months — which is exactly how long Dexau has been online.  In this plan, the investor will only break even when his investment is retuned to him at the conclusion of the plan.  Prior to that, he would only receive 45% of his investment back in the form of his daily interest return.  So, right about now, Dexau will have to start paying back investments that were made five months ago. 

So, to answer the first question, although Dexau has had to make net payments to investors in their first plan, the company is only right now having to make net payments to investors in their second plan.  In short, aside from how much or how little Dexau is earning by trading cryptocurrencies, they are still probably “ahead of the game.”  And, this is at least one reason why the company is still with us today.

The second question concerning how much longer Dexau is likely to survive is a lot harder to answer.  I suppose that a person really needs a crystal ball to get the answer right!  However, the investor has to make a decision…

The answer probably depends on how much faith you have in the claims that Dexau makes concerning its activity in the cryptocurrency trading business.  If you DON’T believe that they are doing any trading at all, it would appear that the company will be on shaky ground right about now as they must start to meet their obligations to repay investors their investments in the second investment plan.  On the other hand, if you DO believe that they are actually in the trading business, there is the potential that the program could continue for a considerable length of time.  The returns that Dexau promises are low for the HYIP business and it might, indeed, be possible for a company to generate this level of income by trading cryptocurrencies.  The tricky question, of course, is how to determine if the company is real and, even if it is real, is it competent enough to earn the returns that it promises.  This, of course, is where you need a crystal ball.

In a situation such as this where a program has been online for five months or so, you have to make a judgement as to whether or not the company is viable or not.  All you have to go on is the “Legend” (see HYIP Insights #6 for a discussion of HYIP “Legends”) that a company tells about itself in its website.  When you read the “About” information in a website, you have to make a judgement as to whether it is complete nonsense or if it is a plausible explanation for a money generating business.  We have all seen HYIP websites that make a person roll their eyes in disbelief — like a company saying they are in the business of drilling for oil or have a huge solar farm supporting a crypto mining operation — or that contain photos of their operation that are obviously staged.  Well, these are million-dollar operations that won’t be bothered with $20 investments from an online investor.  In short, they are obviously nonsense.  So, you can expect them to die at any time. 

Thankfully, when you read the Dexau description of its operations, it does sounds plausible.  Crypto trading can be done on a small or large scale.  So, whether Dexau has two or 20 traders working for them, the description of their operations can make sense.  This is encouraging.

Of course, this isn’t doesn’t imply a definite “one year” or “two years” as an answer to the second question.  All we can say is that continued survivability of Dexau is a reasonable possibility.  That’s probably the best that can be said in HYIP world! 

I hope that this discussion has been useful to you. 

Good Luck!   

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