Investment scams are like an infestation, a sweeping epidemic presenting itself at every turn. They usually sound so compelling, presenting an, “opportunity” with a big payoff for little to no work. One can find them in binary-options trading, multi-level marketing, and other schemey areas of investment. The internet is rife with them. Because of this many people run and hide from actual investments with fantastic potential. One such investment currently available in the market is Freedom Checks.
Freedom Checks are payoffs from a legitimate investment made in a natural resource company. The are as real of investment as Matt Badiali, the man behind them, is a real investment guru. Not only that he is a geologist.
A recipient of a Bachelor of Science degree from Penn State, focused on Earth Sciences and Geosciences, and the holder of a master’s degree from Florida Atlantic University in Geology, Badiali has a Ph.D. in Sedimentary Geology from the University of Carolina. He goes all over the world using that huge sentence of credibility that started this paragraph to investigate natural resource companies. He studies their well, mines, and drilling platforms, talks to CEOs, employees, and people who live nearby. He takes the information and presents actionable, legitimate financial advice to his readers at Banyan Hill Publishing. He is also extremely knowledgeable of the natural resource market.
This is why he is aware of Master Limited Policies, or MLPs, the investment opportunity Freedom Checks offers. The policies are non-controlling stakes in companies taking advantage of a unique tax break. In order to facilitate that break they have to dispense 90% of their revenue to stakeholders. Said stakeholders receive a monthly to quarterly check in the mail equal to the amount of stake they buy. Just like stock. This is what Freedom Checks really are. No scam just an investment into a company, carrying the same risks as any stock investment would.
Freedom Checks: Youtube.
You might think that if you’re going to make a lot of money buying and selling commercial and residential properties, you’ll need a 4-year university degree in the field or a long path into the field to do it. But Nick Vertucci, the founder of NV Real Estate Academy has proven that’s not the case and that you could start seeing profits roll in in a fairly short period. The main obstacle is likely financing a property purchase, but Vertucci goes in-depth at the seminar on how to increase property value, lease it and sell it and hiring contractors and covering legal issues along the way. Usually once the academy’s session is over, attendees know more than they ever thought possible.
Nick Vertucci had no real estate background and didn’t even come from a business family. He came from a poorer blue collar family in southern California that had to work extra hours to feed Vertucci and his siblings, and he went through several personal struggles including losing his father at age 10 and being forced to live out of a vehicle by age 18. Vertucci appeared to have found the answer to escaping poverty when he started a computer parts sales business, and he earned enough money during this time to buy a home, and he even married and started a family. But things took a turn for the worse for Nick Vertucci when the dot-com bubble crashed and he found himself in debt and about to lose his home.
Nick Vertucci looked for a new way to solve his problems, and it came in 2001 when he found out about a new conference in town about how he could buy property and resell it. He was skeptical about it since he had no background in this area, but as he listened to the speaker, he found out that it was actually much simpler than he had thought. Before long, Vertucci found himself buying homes and turning them into rental units, and as the cash flow came in he soon saw his strangling debt disappear. He decided to start the NV Real Estate Academy in 2014 because he knew if this could change his life, it could do wonders for others. People from all over the US travel to this academy and so far the response to it has been overwhelmingly positive.