Another suspicious HYIP setup, which has all the makings of a Ponzi scheme, Laser.online is currently in “waiting” mode with most reviewers, which essentially means that most people do not yet know whether this “program” pays or not. One has to bear in mind that most of these schemes do indeed pay in the beginning, as long as the new money flows in at least, after which they slowly fade away. To call something like this a “legitimate way to online profits” is quite the stretch though.
What is Laser.online?
Laser.online is the exponent of an industry which has been grasping at straws lately to draw in new investors, and thus to keep its scamming going. The verticals in which these HYIP sites allegedly make their money, keep getting wilder and wilder. In the beginning, we had plain-old, square forex trading. Nowadays though, they have branched into nuclear energy and apparently: lasers. High-speed fiber-optic networks are probably lined up somewhere too, inspired by the binary option auto-trading industry, which has slowly wound down.
Laser.online sell laser diodes and they generate their fabulous and too-good-to-be-true profits there. If you believe that, they probably also have a bridge to sell you somewhere.
Can I Trust Laser.online?
No. That’s the gist of it. This site may be paying out, or not, but – as said above – it has all the makings of a Ponzi scheme, including a bonus for those who refer new investors.
Promises and Features
Laser.online keeps its promises simple and straightforward: those who invest with the site are allegedly given a 12% daily return, which amounts to quite an unrealistic number on a monthly basis. Deposits can be made directly from the homepage, where a handy calculator instantly tells investors how much they stand to profit from the move.
In addition to the above detailed shady laser-based product angle, Laser.online are apparently involved in the trading of cryptocurrencies too, after all, that is all the rage these days. Obviously, they are highly profitable on this end as well, we would not have it any other way…
Investment amounts range from $5 to $10,000 and every investment window runs for 12 days. This way, the monthly return can total as much as 144%. Obviously, the site hopes that everyone will re-invest every last cent, so the scheme can be kept running for longer.
To draw new money into the scheme, participants are offered a 5% reward on their referrals.
It needs to be pointed out that as true-blue modern-day scammers, Laser.online accept a variety of crypto currencies, such as BTC, LTC and ETH.
Question Marks and Red Flags
The whole “business model” and “investment plan” is a major question mark in this case, but let us not stop there.
The About Us section tells us nothing about the corporate background of the operation, or about the people involved, though on the Support page we learn that Laser Online LLC is the company behind it all, registered under company #6192199, and based at 801 N King St, Wilmington, Delaware 19801. The head of finance is a certain Agnes Lo, and the phone number is +13606634325.
The company was incorporated in 2016 and the website has been registered in 2016 too. The identity of the registrant is obviously secret.
While some people suspect that Laser.online is a scam, there are few complaints out there for the time being.
Quite surprisingly, Laser.online is a highly popular website. When this review was posted (September 25, 2017), its Alexa global rank was 26,366. According to SimilarWeb, the top targeted countries here are Vietnam and Russia (which together send more than a fifth of the site’s traffic.) Laser.online also seems to be popular in India, Ukraine, Guyana, USA, Japan and Germany.
More than a third of the people who reach the site do so through a referral via shady sites such as allhyipmonitors.com, adbtc.top and hyipstat.top.
Organic traffic reaches the site through search queries such as “minecloud login.”
They also seem to be advertised on social media, especially Facebook and YouTube, but also VKontakte, Reddit and Odnoklassniki.ru.
Laser Online Review Conclusion
Laser.online looks like the definition of a Ponzi scheme, with every one of its features fitting the mold perfectly.