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VIVO Credit Review

By on February 26, 2013 in High Yield Investment Programmes with 0 Comments

If you are looking to invest in VIVO Credit then I would recommend that you you read this article to the very end before you get started.

This article is one of a series of articles that we have produced following a number of emails from our readers.

VIVO Credit

Are a High Yield Investment Programme that has become very popular in recent months.  According to VIVOs website they are a Financial Service company that offers advice to clients on all aspects of Finance ‘around the world, around the clock’.

One of the things that struck me about VIVO is that their website is awful.  It looks like it was built in 1980 and as such makes it really hard to understand what they are offering investors or how an investor might get involved in the programme.

I did note on their Terms of Service that they consider all transactions to be private which they believe excludes them from several US Acts including:

  1. US Securities Act of 1933
  2. US Securities Exchange Act of 1934
  3. US Investment Company Act of 1940 and all other rules, regulations and amendments thereof.

This I find rather alarming and non regulated Financial Services firms are to be considered a very high risk.

Here is a screenshot of their website so you can see the poor layout and design for yourself.

Due Diligence

If you are actually thinking of investing in VIVO Credit then it important that you conduct your own due diligence.  It is important to know that I am not associated with VIVO Credit nor am I a member or affiliate.   When doing your due diligence perform as many background checks as you can.

Here are the results of a WhoIs search that we performed on their domain: http://whois.domaintools.com/vivocredit.com

Is VIVO Credit a Ponzi Scheme?

Very often you will find that High Yield Investment Programmes are in fact elaborate Ponzi schemes design to scam investors out of their hard earned cash.  Ponzi schemes normally offer investors very attractive high returns for short periods on investment.  To keep investors money in the scheme they often offer compounding.  What a lot of people don’t realise is that these schemes pay old investors with new investors money which makes the scheme unsustainable and illegal, might I add, because when the new investors slow the scheme collapses and people lose their money.

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