Good Day Everyone! Another newsletter came in today from Jurgen, the administrator of one of the public’s favorite investment programs NewGNi. Regardless of whether you are planning to join this program with active deposit or not, I recommend everyone to create your own NewGNi account, so that you can start receiving program’s not formal (therefore valuable) newsletters first hand. You will also gain access and see the whole load of interesting extra website content, which is NOT available to non members. Keep also in mind that some of these newsletters are NOT published on the main website and this is why I am quoting the current update publication for non members to read just below. Please do read it through (including some extra comments of mine at the end), as some of the information provided (specifically, on payment processor SolidTrust Pay) may directly affect you and it is for sure will be of great interest to the rest of the readers.
Dear clients, friends and fans
I trust you are all doing well. We had an exiting week here at newGNi: A lot of new members joined during the last 7 days and we’d like to welcome you all. Thanks for being with newGNi! We will try our very best to exceed your expectations.
I have quite a few things to report this week.
First things first: I would like to congratulate our winners for our May 2012 Sweepstakes contest. Congratulations to Deborah Lincicum, Dina Lindquist and Shelly Herzhaft, you will all get a $50 iTunes Gift Card. Please check your emails for further instructions.
Seems all our winners are Ladies this month! Compliments to all our female members, we really do appreciate all your efforts.
Can the men do better? Maybe with our upcoming contest – more later.
Now, lets get serious for a moment.
We have received a few inquiries from some US based members, using SolidTrust Pay (STP) as their favorite payment processor.
As many of our US members are aware of, the US enacted new laws recently to enforce companies involved in financial services to acquire licenses in all states where their clients are located.
We have learned that SolidTrust Pay has begun this process. While the process is ongoing, members in various states will have full access to view and update their STP accounts, change passwords, submit verification documents, etc.
They will however not be able to deposit or receive funds, which is unfortunate, but a reality and we will all just need to accept it and be patient with.
newGNi is not aware of which states are affected by now – but we are confident that STP will comply with the current legislation and do their best to obtain the necessary licenses. At the moment most states are not affected at all and probably STP will have obtained the necessary license until they are.
So far we had only a very few members where withdrawal requests were refused by STP.
What does it mean for your newGNi account?
1. Nothing, if you are living in a state that is not affected by the current legislation yet.
2. If you are living in a state that is affected, we advise:
a) If you like to deposit with newGNi: We’d suggest to use one of the other payment processors accepted. For reliable and swift exchanges from your bank account to any of the accepted payment processors we recommend Swapgold.
b) If you like to withdraw from newGNi and withdrawal requests to STP are rejected: We are currently looking to amend our script to allow you to withdraw your STP earnings to another of our accepted payment processors. Please give us a few days to finalize the script modifications. We’ll keep you informed.
c) You can always re-invest your proceeds with newGNi until STP is working in your state once again.
We truly hope that you will support SolidTrust Pay as before, as they are really great!
Now, lets move over to the biggest Sporting Event of 2012 – or I should rather say the second biggest, since we have the Olympics next month as well!? Anyway for football fans, its the BIG one:
Today in a week the finals of the UEFA Euro 2012 Championships are kicking off. 16 great teams are competing for the Crown of European Football!
We’d like to take this opportunity to announce our Giveaway contest for the month of June – and please believe me, this month it’s a big one!
newGNi is introducing a free and friendly betting contest for all our members. Come and challenge your friends and other players by participating in our EURO 2012 betting contest on Score with newGNi. To participate, all you need is to be a member of newGNi. No deposits are required.
Come and challenge your friends and other players by participating in our betting contest Score with newGNi (Please request this page’s direct link HERE). After all newGNi is all about sports and betting.
The website is available in English, French and Spanish.
It’s fun, so join now!
I will participate as well and welcome all our football (or soccer, how it is called in the US) fans around the world to take part and….. try to beat me!
At the end of the contest, the winner will receive $300, the runner-up will receive $200 and the third prize is $100. All cash prizes are paid to the winners preferred payment processor accounts.
In addition to our three cash prizes, we have five consolation prizes: Four shirts of the participating EURO 2012 teams, whereby the winners can choose the shirt of their preferred team and one EURO 2012 football. The consolation prizes will be randomly drawn among all contestants.
Please visit Score with newGNi for more information.
So if you are a soccer expert or novice, go ahead – you can only win with newGNi!
With this in mind enjoy your weekend,
NewGNi – Arbitrage Wagering Pool
Well, the part of this update pertaining to US based investors is not entirely new, but here we go with another “step” on the throat of US citizens’ financial freedom. Understand me correctly though, finances is a very serious matter and from the point of view of the (actually any) Government, the desire to control as much as possible of the financial transactions within (and of course out of) the country, makes perfect sense. This certainly helps to combat the whole range of wrong doings by “some” citizens, which in fact any decent person does NOT want to be happening. However, there is always this “other” side of the matter, which people perceive very differently. Many say “I don’t mind, I do nothing wrong”, while others understandably do not like the idea of potentially being “watched” every step of the way in their lives. These “others”, for instance, don’t quite appreciate the fact that some government office worker out there, with totally unknown state of mood and general attitude on a certain day, would be looking over their shopping and dining habits in greatest details and “making” some conclusions out of them…
Anyway, for now I am joining Jurgen and wishing all my loyal reader to have a good summer weekend and a happy walking through the wonders of the HYIP world, I will see you again shortly on pages of HYIPBlogger.com