Friday, December 7, 2012

Prospera Nova Discussion on How to Fund E-Currency

Prospera Nova, a long term investment program running for 92 days now and paying for 2% daily up to 365 business days sends out another "how to" newsletter.

Prospera Nova has created its trademark by this so called "how to" newsletters and the most common ones are its "security improvements lecture." Do take note that Prospera Nova is also ranked 6 in our Top Most Favorite HYIP and I believe their newsletters plays an important role for that.

This time around, the said newsletter is all about how to fund your E-currencies. This is a very important information and is very valuable both to an old timer or newbie investor in the HYIP industry. I believe that the said "how to" newsletter this time is packed with very valuable information and everyone should read it.

Here is the entire newsletter:
"Dear investors,
Although we done short reviews of all the processors we accept we still receive many emails from users wondering how to fund their accounts. Because of that we have decided to go for a more detailed write up of the process and hopefully answer some of those questions.

-Liberty Reserve and Perfect Money are, as you know, quite alike and are best as far as privacy is concerned. As well, one of the good things about this pair is that there are no chargebacks, meaning that your money stays put once you get paid. Bear in mind that it can be a double edged sword due to hacking so we advise you to take all the steps you can to better your security.
How do you transfer money to one of these processors? You can not do that directly with Liberty Reserve. You need to use one of their exchangers. A list of them can be found here:
Next to each exchanger on the list you can find the ways to transfer money to them and you should pick whatever suits you the best. The most commonly used methods are wire transfer, which can be done from your bank or a WU transfer which you can use from any Western Union branch. Depending on your country, you might also be able to find a local exchanger. If a local exchanger is indeed available, they usually are the best option.

Perfect Money has a similar list as well. Everything we said about LR stands for Perfect Money. The list can be found here:
The only significant difference is that you can fund Perfect Money directly, using a wire transfer, but you must verify your account first.

-SolidTrustPay is, as you may know, slowly raising up as direct competition to PayPal, but as a more secure option with less frauds, chargebacks, etc. You can fund SolidTrustPay directly via wire or bank transfers. Credit cards can also be used. On the other hand, the STP account verification process is very demanding, the fees are high and the limits are low.

-EgoPay is, as we stated before, best described as a Payza proxy and there is not much need to go into detail here. It is, after all, mostly used by Payza users who know how it works. As far as our experiences with it go, EgoPay has very good support and does not seem to be a bad processor. The problem is with Payza, as they seem to be having trouble with deposits as well as withdraws at the moment. Due to that we can not recommend this option.

That would be that in a nutshell. Please do not hesitate to contact us should more questions arise.

Thank you for your trust.

Best regards,
Prospera Nova Support"

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