Net Penny Stocks is a site where you purchase virtual stocks. When choosing to invest in an options such as virtual stock it can be just as big a risk as choosing to invest in a startup company or any company. When choosing a site like Net Penny Stocks you should proceed with caution. Many might think something like Net Penny Stocks would be a scam. I was skeptical at first. I thought I would give it a try, though. I did not see the harm in losing a few dollars. This is all I invested and when I reached the minimum withdrawal amount I asked them to transfer my funds-they did.
The site advertises it will pay you every week. So far, I have not been paid every week. I have found on weeks I make an investment of some sort that the site will transfer my earnings over to my virtual wallet. If I had people in my three by twelve matrix I would be paid every week no matter what. In being paid every week from Net Penny Stocks you need to have purchased some bulk stocks. Bulk stocks can be purchased for as little as $29.95 and as much as $875.
The site will transfer your weekly earnings to your virtual wallet. After that you may cash out your earnings and have the site send them to Payza, PayPal, or Liberty Reserve. When waiting on your first weekly deposit into your Payza, PayPal, or Liberty Reserve account you will have to wait approximately two weeks. But, if you are consistent with requesting a payout every week, you will soon begin to receive a deposit weekly into your Payza, PayPal, or Liberty Reserve account.
If you do not have anyone in your three by twelve matrix you can still secure a weekly income from Net Penny Stocks. Individual stocks are always no more than just $1.95. Each week I invest at least $1.95. This helps to secure me a little weekly income on the bulk stocks I have already purchased. Whenever I am able to I purchase more bulk stocks.
Each time I purchase bulk stocks I am able to increase my weekly earnings. In the future I hope to be earning a steady and stable income for Net Penny Stocks. This is the type of income I will need to continue to work from home and still be self-supportive.