Thursday, November 3, 2011

How Does E Currency Work In HYIP - Liberty Reserve

Online HYIPs need a payment channel to funnel in the cash quickly so they can get to work on their HYIP investments to make a profit. The most widely used E-Currency program used as a payment processor for HYIPs is Liberty Reserve. Liberty Reserve may be new to you as a payment processor, so let's talk about how to set up an account, how to use the account, and how to secure it.
The initial setup of your Liberty Reserve account is about as standard as any site registration can get. You go to the Liberty Reserve site, click on create an account, read through the user agreement and accept it, and then enter your contact details. Unlike other sites where you didn't care much about what your password was, and just wanted to be able to remember it, your "pass phrase" on your Liberty Reserve account is the most important step. You want to create something that's not in any dictionary, contains a combination of letters and numbers, and cannot be "guessed" by your contact information. You can also use a virtual keyboard (that Liberty Reserve provides) that allows you to click the keys instead of typing it out to prevent any viruses from picking up on your pass phrase. Choosing a good password is a very important step to the security of your online money making.

You fund your liberty reserve e currency account by using an Exchange Service. An exchange service will convert your bank transfer, check, or money from other payment processors and for a fee deliver Liberty Reserve to your account. Liberty Reserve has a list of their recommended exchange services on their site. For Nigerians, I can stick my neck out for two e currency exchange companies
Naira4Dollar and GoldNairaExchange.
Keeping abreast of the virus protection and updates on your computer is important when you're using an Liberty Reserve account. Identity theft is something you should be afraid of. It means that the bad, smart guy can use specific tricks to get your passwords, logins, and other sensitive information - which, of course, can include access to your e-currency accounts.
You should always use Firefox to log in, which has been proven to be a much more secure browser than Internet Explorer. Always run periodic virus scans to pick up key-loggers and Trojans, and change your pass phrase often, especially if you get IP change warnings from Liberty Reserve. All of these are strong ways of keeping your money and your account safe from hackers and scammers.

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