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Stox Finance Review

By on February 28, 2013 in High Yield Investment Programmes with 0 Comments

Thanks for checking out my review of Stox Finance.  If you are considering investing in this High Yield Investment Programme I recommend that you read this article in full.

This article is one in a series of articles that we have written on High Yield Investment Programmes after a number were brought to our attention by our readers.

Stox Finance

Hong Kong based Stox Finance trades the Hong Kong Stock Exchange giving investors the opportunity to make colossal returns according to their website.  Stox Finance have been managing investors accounts for over 3 years now and investors are happy to return based on the results achieved, again according to their website.

Stox Finance have three investment options Starter, Premium and Elite all of which lock your investment in for 180 days.  The Starter plan requires a minimum deposit of $10 whereas the Elite plan requires a minimum deposit of $10,000.  Interest rates start at 1.5% through to 1.8%, all of the interest rates are quoted as daily.

Stox Finances website looks very professional albeit that the information provided is a little vague in places and there is a real absence of personality.  If this is a Trading House where is a picture of the Teams and the Head Trader.

Getting started looks really simple, just go to the Register Account link, complete the details on the following page and make your initial deposit.

Due Diligence

It’s extremely important that if you’re considering investing in a High Yield Investment Programme that you complete your own due diligence, speak to investors/members of the programme before you join but beware that in most HYIPs members can be affiliates.  Its important for you to know that I am not a member or an affiliate of Stox Finance.

I completed a WhoIs test on Stox Finance’s website, you can see the results here:

Is Stox Finance a Ponzi Scheme?

It’s difficult to confirm if Stox Finance is a Ponzi Scheme but from our experience a large percentage of High Yield Investment Programmes are Ponzi schemes.  Ponzi schemes are elaborate financial scams and are illegal.  A Ponzi scheme works by paying old investors returns from new investors investments essentially there is no investment it is just the passing of money from one individual to another.  Eventually, the scheme collapses and investors both new and old lose their investments.

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