Freedom Checks are checks that were introduced by Banyan Hill’s Matt Badiali. Mr. Badiali went on to state that these funds had not been provided by the government. They are being given to selected individuals who have staked their claim before a specific date has reached. Several people have already bagged a portion of the $34.6 billion payouts, and others are still optimistic about getting a part of the fortune. No income or age restrictions are being imposed on the people who are collecting these checks since they are neither government programs such as Social Security, nor are they any Individual Retirement Accounts. Visit the website freedomchecks.com to learn more.
The legitimacy of these checks are a cause of concern for many people, but Matt Badiali assures them that it’s not a scam but rather investments that were even approved by Congress in 1987. The organizations that offer such kinds of checks are required to have met the Statute 26-F, which states that it’s a mutual fund and not that of retirement or one offered by the government. When the person invests in the company, they enter into a Master Limited Partnership with the organization thus forming a partnership that demands that one gets their money back depending on the company’s performance. The person willing to invest in the venture gets the return depending on the money they invested in, which could be done monthly or after three months. By investing in the project, one is buying units of the company, after which, depending on how the company performs, one gets their money back. The difference between investing in the stock market and investing in such a project is that, for the Freedom Checks, the company one invested in has to get 90% of its revenue from USA’s natural resources.
Matt Badiali states that there are over 550 companies that are in on the Freedom Checks deal, though he states that there are five favorable ones which could guarantee a return of the investment since they own raw materials worth over one billion dollars ranging from minerals to timber. Technically, Mr Badiali is not selling the Freedom Checks but rather he is selling a membership to his advisory newsletter called Real Wealth Strategist. The question of whether or not Freedom Checks is a scam is answered in that one gets the money they invested in, back, based on the investment they made. Read more: https://banyanhill.com/exclusives/freedom-checks-scam-or-real-deal/