QUOTE(roguemoney @ Feb 10 2012, 07:56 AM)
So we have Liberty Reserve, Perfect Money, and on and on, right?
I'm looking at Alert Pay and I'm noticing two different phrases: "Receive Funds" and "Deposit Money". Ones free and one comes with a fee.
So when an HYIP is paying out to an E-currency provider, am I paying the points on it or not?
I'm just putting in due diligence into HYIP, and haven't invested in any of it, but it seems common sense that the best practice is small amounts spread out between multiple programs. Small investments with frequent payouts means low dollar payouts. If it's paying daily, and you're paying that .25 per transaction (rates the same, so who really cares, that per transaction hurts) it ads up.
So other than that (probably kind of stupid) question,
What are the best practices in optimizing e-currency exchanges dealing with multiple HYIPs, and should transaction costs be a consideration in determining investment amount?
Thanks to everyone in advance.
If you want to cash out every day for example.. You have to take the transaction cost as a cost of doing business.. Maybe you should just wait until you got a fair amount at the different hyips and the withdraw.
For example you could withdraw when you have the principle back into your hyip account.. That is what I would have done!