Second Review of The Unicorn

Unicorns are mythical creatures, believed to have magical powers, healing abilities and are typically depicted as symbols of purity. Perhaps our striving to grasp a bit of purity is the reason Unicorns periodically appear as symbols representing HYIPs. Perhaps high yield investment programs want to be a bit magical, unknown and powerful? I’m not sure, and I certainly cannot tell you if UnicornInv, the program we’re talking about tonight is going to be your personal pot at the end of the rainbow, your captured unicorn. What I’m going to tell you here is what I have observed of this long-term program that opened November 30th, 2010. Since its launch a little over five (5) months ago, UnicornInv has set a steady pace, and has to my knowledge , been paying investors without problem.

Below, you can see the steady trend UnicornInv has displayed over these past months:

We see a steady graph displaying a gradual growth to zero growth trend. On the other hand, zero growth can be dangerous as it may be depicting that the program does not have enough investor interest to sustain itself. While it’s purely opinion, and speculation, I believe the initial spikes early in the program may have created a stable enough general trend for the program. It’s difficult to rely solely on one piece of information, however, so we’re going to dig a bit further. First though lets take a look at the basics.

  • Accepts Liberty Reserve (LR), Perfect Money (PM) and Solid Trust Pay (STP) e-currencies.
  • Minimum investment amount is $20.
  • Minimum withdrawal allowed is $1.
  • Withdrawal request are processed once daily between 9:00 and 16:00 (CET) on business days Monday to Friday.

UnicornInv is a long-term program that offers two plans:

UnicornInv Plans

The first plan, the Daily Plan offers 1% daily for the life of the program. So, if you were to invest $100 into the Daily Plan, you should receive $1.00 daily. It’s a standard long-term plan, nothing complicated or confusing to investors.

The second plan is slightly riskier as withdraws can only be requested once a week, but the Weekly Plan offers a higher rate of return for the additional risk. The Weekly Plan pays 6% weekly for the life of the program. So, if you were to invest $100, you should receive $6 paid out weekly.

An interesting feature UnicornInv has is the ability to withdraw your principal after 180 business days. I say this is interesting as it’s an option not often given in HYIPs that have perpetual plans. Usually if a plan doesn’t have a set number of days it runs, principal withdrawals aren’t allowed as the principal is figured into your returns. I don’t plan on utilizing this feature, so I’ll be unable to determine if UnicornInv indeed returns your principal upon request, but if you happen to withdraw your principal I’d like to know. The site says withdrawals of principal will be paid out in three (3) to four (4) business days.


Overall UnicornInv is a well-constructed program in my opinion. It’s uncomplicated and accessible to anyone interested in investing.

As far as security goes, UnicornInv is covered. With hosting by BlockDos, one of the industry’s leaders in DDoS protected hosting and SSL encryption with Thawte, site security is definitely above average.

UnicornInv Forum

Forum activity is pretty steady with an average of approximately 20-30 visitors per forum daily and around a 2 post average per day. Here’s where many of you may think that post count is low, well I personally think it’s promising. Aside from some strategic advertising with larger sites such as MNO and HYIPNews, UnicornInv hasn’t wasted its funds paying large numbers of monitor sites. The only thing I would like to see is a bit more news, at least a monthly update or so just to give investors a bit of an update and show potential investors that the site is updating. On the other hand, the lack of bad news can be seen as good news in the HYIP industry.

Is UnicornInv going to continue to work its magic and pay its investors as promised? I don’t know. I think I’ve made it clear many times already the risk of HYIP investing, but for those of you who are new to the concept. Don’t invest more than you are willing to lose. HYIPs are incredibly risky ventures and often close without any notice, causing losses to unfortunate investors. Will this happen with UnicornInv? I don’t know.

On the other hand, based on what I’ve found, I see no reason why UnicornInv shouldn’t continue for some time. The plan’s profit percentages are sustainable for a long-term program, there isn’t a lot of unnecessary advertising being done, and overall the program has good exposure in the industry. A bit more news from the administration could help in my opinion, but then again things have been moving along without those efforts.

Well, unfortunately that’s all the time I have tonight and there isn’t much else I have to say about UnicornInv perhaps, this unicorn can be captured by you, then again I doubt you’re a pure virgin, so please be aware of the risks. I hope to have another post here in the next few days, but unfortunately my time has been very limited. I have some big plans for the future, but I’m going to keep things quiet until I know for certain that I can manage them.

thanks Mike!

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