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Hot Earning Limited Review

By on February 10, 2015 in High Yield Investment Programmes with 0 Comments

Thanks for taking the time out of your day to check out my review of Hot Earning Limited.  Hot Earning Limited or Hot Earning as it is shown on their website came to my attention because right now they are shown as one of the top High Yield Investment Programmes (HYIP) on the HYIP Monitor, HYIP Explorer.

This blog is dedicated to reviewing High Yield Investment Programmes so when a programme hits the top of the monitor charts I like to take an objective look to see whether it is worth investing in.


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I have reviewed quite a number of HYIP during my time of running this blog and I have to say that in terms of branding and presentation standards are certainly increasing considerably.

Hot Earnings website at first glance looks great, it has a nice big slider on the front page with a smaller slider below really showcasing what they have to offer as a business or investment house.

In terms of detail about how your money will be invested with them there really is very little detail other than the large paragraph on the home page which suggests that they use Forex Trading.

The company claims that it is registered in the United Kingdom as a Limited company unfortunately this offers very little protection for you as an investor and actually offers more protection to the Directors of Hot Earnings allowing them to operate under the auspice of Limited liability.

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Something that really concerned my about the site was the page ‘Investors Top 10’ where it claims that individuals are depositing huge sums of money into this programme.  I’m sorry but I simply do not believe this.  People who invest these kind of sums (one is over 0.75m) do not invest in these types of programmes.

Hot Earnings investment plans range from 3% return to 1500% return with deposits being held between 35 and 45 days respectively.

The Terms and Conditions on the site seem to be the same set of terms and conditions that most if not all HYIPs use which includes the following worrying paragraphs:

HotEarning.com is not available to the general public and is opened only to the qualified members of HotEarning.com, the use of this site is restricted to our members and to individuals personally invited by them. Every deposit is considered to be a private transaction between the HotEarning.com and its Member.

As a private transaction, this program is exempt from the US Securities Act of 1933, the US Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and the US Investment Company Act of 1940 and all other rules, regulations and amendments thereof. We are not FDIC insured. We are not a licensed bank or a security firm.

Personally I find it strange that a company based in the UK is quoting US Law especially when they would be regulated by the FCA here in the UK.

The most concerning and alarming thing about Hot Earning is that there Head Office is a end Terrance House in Greater London which you can see on Rightmove.co.uk here

Hot Earning Limited Head Office

Is Hot Earning a Scam?

Its very difficult for me to categorically state that Hot Earning Limited is a scam because I do not work for them, I’m not affiliated with them and I do not have funds invested with them however what I can say is that most, if not all High Yield Investment Programmes, are Ponzi schemes and therefore scams.  Investing in them is not an investment it is gambling, a game of risk.

My Recommendation

Hot Earning doesn’t look like a safe bet for your money so I would avoid investing with them.  I personally make money online every day using a simple system. Click here to watch a free video presentation that explains the simple yet effective system I use.

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