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High-Yield Investment Program (HYIP)

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A High-Yield Investment Program is an investment scam typically run by unlicensed individuals. A key feature of an HYIP is that it guarantees unsustainably incredibly high returns on investment (annual/monthly/weekly or even daily) at little or no risk to the investor.  The returns are paid back to the investors using the capital invested by the new investor.

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