Conventional investment programs and projects are allowed in any country, but for some reason the word HYIP has taken on a negative connotation. This shade has fallen on all high-yield investment projects thanks to scammers, irresponsible owners, fly-by-night projects who want to MAKE money quickly. We are supporters of an honest and long-term business that will bring profit to investors who invest their funds for their own interest, and to project owners who organize these projects only within the framework of the legislation!
We urge you to create only legal projects, register your project only in the country in which HYIP projects are allowed by law, and regularly pay taxes to the treasury of this state.
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Countries where the creation and organization of HYIP projects is FORBIDDEN! Create only legitimate projects!
(Officially taken from Wikipedia.org)
Financial pyramids are illegal and directly prohibited in many countries: Australia, Austria, Albania, Brazil, Great Britain, Hungary, Germany, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Iran, Iceland, Spain, Italy, Kazakhstan, Canada, China, Colombia, Malaysia, Mexico. , Nepal, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Romania, USA, Thailand, Taiwan, Turkey, Ukraine, Philippines, France, Switzerland, Sweden, Sri Lanka, Estonia, South Africa, Japan. The United Arab Emirates even introduced the death penalty for the creation and development of financial pyramids. In China, the death penalty is also possible for this  . In some countries, where the criminal law does not contain a separate article providing for punishment for this act, the creation of a pyramid scheme may be classified as another crime. For example, in the Republic of Belarus in September 2016, the creators of the international financial pyramid were detained on charges of illegal business activity .
In Russia, such activities are prohibited by Article 172.2 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (introduced by Federal Law No. 78-FZ of March 30, 2016) .