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Frequently Asked Questions

For Investors

  • An accredited investor is an individual who meets particular financial criteria, established to ensure they have the financial capacity to handle the potential risks associated with certain investments. To qualify, an accredited investor typically needs to have a net worth exceeding $1 million, excluding the value of their primary residence. Alternatively, they should demonstrate a consistent income surpassing $200,000 as an individual, or $300,000 for the entire household, for the preceding two years. Moreover, they must have a reasonable expectation of maintaining the same level of income in the current year.

  • While no investment is entirely devoid of risk, our bonds offer notable advantages thanks to their strong asset-backed security. The funds we raise are swiftly invested in acquiring new assets, which subsequently yield steady monthly revenue for our company. Furthermore, our carefully devised conservative hedging strategy provides resilience against market fluctuations, allowing us to confidently fulfill debt obligations to investors even during market downturns of up to 75%. For comprehensive insights into our debt management approach and the protection of your investment, we encourage you to contact us directly.

  • Interest payments begin on the 10th of the month following your initial investment and recur on the 10th of every subsequent month.

  • You are provided with the flexibility to withdraw your principal investment before the scheduled maturity date, but such early withdrawals will be subject to a breakage fee. Our investment options consist of terms spanning 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, and 11 years. We advise selecting a product that closely matches your financial objectives and timeline.

  • All our investment opportunities are accessible across the entire United States.

  • Investments in Oil and Energy are subject to the same taxation as other high-yield bonds or interest-earning investments. At the conclusion of each calendar year, you will receive a Form 1099 outlining all interest payments disbursed to you throughout that tax year.

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