Just Get Money calls themselves an “international private limited investment company,” which was established in 2010 and recently opened their investment program to the online community two months ago.
JustGetMoney.com promotes the JGM Tripler system, which claims that for just a minimum $15 investment, you can get a 2.2% daily return – guaranteed – for up to 70 days, and “triple” your money.
Though this program is similar to Frederick Mann’s Just Been Paid program, they claim there is no affiliation between that program and this one, founded in Johannesburg, South Africa, by investor Ariel Perez.
Just Get Money has five different investment programs that have different minimum investment amounts, ranging from $15 to $8399, and each program has a different rate of guaranteed return, from 2.2% to 7%.
In order to sign up for an account at JustGetMoney.com, you must be a minimum of 18 years old, and you must take personal responsibility for knowing the investment laws of your state and country.
You can withdrawal your return on a daily basis – excluding weekends and holidays – as long as you have met your minimum withdrawal amount of $28.
The Warning Signs
The Just Get Money investment program – and its newest incarnation, called United Investment Company – makes lots of claims which should make a potential investor cautious. First, they “guarantee” their return rates and they refer to their service as a “turnkey” investment service.
There really isn’t any market into which you can invest your money that guarantees daily returns at a set rate for “lifetime,” as JustGetMoney.com claims.
An investment program that asks you to invest any amount of money, without giving you specifics on where your money is going, and which guarantees a pre-set return rate for life raises lots of questions.
And while those investing $15 may not be as concerned about the answers to those questions, people looking to invest larger sums of money should be.
As always, you should never invest any amount of money that you aren’t comfortable losing. Because, despite what Just Get Money says, there is always the chance of losing your investment.