Moneyrift- Scam Or Legitimate

Whew, I have heard about so much online networking business (HYIP) that I can write a whole book containing them all. Recently I opened my mail and someone asked me to write a review about moneyrift! Seriously, if I get a dollar for all the mails asking for review that I receive, I would definitely be a thousand richer now!

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I am just going to make this review as short and straightforward as possible!
The usual questions include the following things:
Is paying? Does work? Is legitimate?
Well, we are just about to find out. Let’s get started!
Their official website is
One of the first things to examine is the nature of the investment and if it is legitimate or not. One way to do this is by reading user reviews and checking to see if they have any records or proof that they actually use your money for investments and if they actually pay the participants.
Moneyrift has NO proof that they actually invest in anything at all! Their website actually provides zero information about what types of assets they invest with or what market they invest on. Do they trade binary options? Are they working in forex? Stock market trading? Bitcoin? Solar energy? NOTHING! We are told absolutely nothing about what assets and which type of trading they utilize to rake in such huge profits. This is all very strange. Any real investment firm will be glad to show you what they do with your money. When a corporation claims to have an annual earning of over a billion dollars but refuses to tell you how they make this money….
Be WARNED! Remember, as the client, you are entitled to know where your money is going. Better still, you have the right to see the results of their trading and investing so you can monitor their progress yourself. This is how REAL investment firms operate. You can be sure of one thing.  is NOT a legitimate investment business. They have no record of investing in anything and their website was only just created 6 months ago. 

So what exactly is

They are actually a HYIP scam. A HYIP or high yield investment program is classified as scam for many reasons. Most HYIP’s are scams simply because they never pay out on withdrawals. After promising massive returns on very small investments, they simply do NOT pay when the investment has matured. But the real reason HYIPs end up scamming so many people is because they just can’t realistically deliver on their promises.
Instead of clarifying and explaining the risks involved, they do the opposite. If you take a look a the page, you’ll notice that are trying has hard as they can to convince you that your money is safe and your withdrawal is guaranteed. The truth is that when it comes time to withdraw your profits, they won’t pay. On rare occasions, some HYIPs will pay out on small withdrawals on amounts less than or equal to $10. They pay these small amounts out so as to gain the trust of their investors. Once you believe that they will pay a withdrawal, you are more likely to invest a larger amount. If you do invest a larger amount, you’ll never see it again.
Well, its simple. They try to gain your trust.  Now that they have gained your trust – they will steal your money. 

BUT… the real question is: Is moneyrift a HYIP scam. We believe the answer to that question is 
YES. Here is why I say so:

One of the more interesting pieces of information I discovered was that is purposefully lying about how long their investment business has been in operation. However, in a failed attempt to appear to be a real company, they write a lengthy description of the history of their business. They claim that in 2003 they first starting investing – and quickly grew into a worldwide investment corporation that handles billions of dollars a year AND helps huge businesses invest. Furthermore, they claim that in 2010 they launched their online website which now helps 90-100 people invest each day.
This is all a huge lie. In reality, their website was only just created in August of 2016. That is about SIX months ago. The notion that they have been around for over 10 years is completely misleading. They are a deceitful and misleading “company” who can’t even tell the truth about how long they have been doing business.

Still want more proof about their Lies and False Information?
Good, as I continued digging into this I discovered that all of the team is fake. Take a look at the photo and description below. Does that woman look like “Mr. Jay N Flynn” to you?
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Jay N Flynn is nothing but a made up name. The website calls this person a man, yet puts his description next to the alleged owner, which is a woman. The woman in the photo is actually just a cheap stock photo image that we found being used on multiple other fraudulent websites.
Reading the description on this picture is about as ridiculous as it gets. The details don’t add up or make any sense at all. Whoever designed this website hired some hack writer to fill in these fictional portions to make their scam appear more trustworthy.

What Investment Plans Do They Offer?
Investing with will leave you heartbroken. No matter what their website claims, it’s all a pile of lies. We have multiple user reviews and emails to back this up. However, let’s take a look at their investment plans!
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In this plan, if you deposit the minimum amount of $500 – after 7 days you should receive an ROI (return on investment) of 169%. This equals a grand total of $845. This would be amazing… if it were true.

But it’s NOT true. Be REAL here!
No bank, no investment firm, nobody can turn $500 into $845 in just 7 days. They don’t even bother to mention that the trading markets are only open 5 days a week. Do they mean 7 trading days or 7 actual days? Nothing about this is real. It’s ALL a sham.
The remainder of the investment plans offered are equally as impossible. Never once do they mention that you might not actually make this money. It’s all guaranteed, which really means nothing at all. There are NO guarantees in financial investing! Even the real professionals know this. You can lose all your invested money in the market in one hour!
Never invest or spend more than you can afford to lose. Absolutely never take your upkeep or bill money and invest it online. That is a terrible mistake. It is obvious that is a scam! Users are NOT able to withdraw anything over $10 and if they try to complain or contact the customer support they find that their account has been closed and they can’t even log back in. 
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Please don’t be one of their next victims! Make sure to research well or send me an email to confirm if the scheme is a scam and also see what others are saying about it!
Please be safe out there and don’t fall for cheap and unpaying scam schemes!

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