There is no question that no one can specify or substantiate what freedom checks are and what they entail. It is said that 568 companies in the United States have the authorization to send the Freedom check money. This money can be claimed by anyone no matter the age or sex. Freedom checks have got no affiliations with the government nor do they have anything to do with IRA’s, 401k, Medicare or social security. It poses a question, where did they originate from and authorization comes from whom?
The former lecturer of geology, at the Duke University and the University of North Carolina, Matt Badiali is a well-known professional in the energy sphere, mining and agricultural industries. He knows his way around the world and has visited the Mexican desert, Singapore, Iraq, and Hong Kong. He has been a reliable figure in his field including working with top CEOs and business people. All this displays a reputable person whose work has proven him to be a trustworthy person. The question of whether to trust Matt seems more difficult to answer from a recent video released by him about the checks.
Where Do Freedom Checks Come From Exactly?
Matt Badiali has an answer to this question. He suggests that the checks derive from firms related to storage, production, and processing of natural resources such as Gas and Oil in the United States. There has been an increase in gas and oil production in the state thus dependency on oil imports from the Middle East has reduced significantly. As a result of this, gas and oil companies, as Matt puts it, will be earning a great deal over the next coming 12 months. It includes substantial returns and dividends to investors. Analysis undertaken by Mart suggests that companies could achieve profits up to 5, 889%, 8, 839% and 39, 832%, but this means a very minimal investment of say $1, 000 translating to about $400k. It is hard to comprehend, but calculating the figures could be possible.
Are freedom checks legit?
There is no sure way of telling the legitimacy of this checks, but there are numerous companies like that of Badiali’s claiming to have exclusive investment ideas; however, you are required to subscribe to their newsletters which range between $49 to $100 and $ 1, 000.