Freedom Checks, A Legitimate Investment

There are ‘programs’ out there that advertise free checks to be claimed by signing up to those programs. Freedom Checks is one of those programs, promoted by Matt Badiali. The most recent ad, by Mike Burnick, has called them Trump Bonus Checks. It promotes the business idea that people who love this country should be receiving these Freedom Checks. These programs are targeted toward senior citizens, promising checks of thousands of dollars.Freedom Checks may seem like a scam, but an investigation proved that they are not it is a legitimate investment.

They were enacted in nineteen eighty seven. Over five hundred companies currently meet the requirements to give out these checks. The first requirement is that most of their the investment revenue comes from operating with oil and gas. The second requirement is to pay these checks to investors. The people who are claiming Freedom Checks to be a scam just don’t understand investing and how it works. They aren’t government funded like Social Security and aren’t a retirement account. They’re actually larger than Social Security payments and don’t have an age or income requirement to receive a check. Matt Badiali is seeing it as a lucrative investment.

Matt found out about these checks while working on a project that involved him meeting CEOs of oil and mining companies around the business world. He found out about master limited partnerships, which is the group of companies that can give out these checks. Master limited partnership companies don’t have to pay taxes, which means they can pay more money to investors. Investing in an MLP is a low risk that can lead to a steady income. There are people out there making anywhere from ten thousand to fifty thousand dollars a month with these checks. But those people are top investors, not ordinary people. Still, anyone can invest in an MLP and use the checks to improve their retirement savings.