When you think of the phrase “freedom checks,” what comes to mind? The first word, “freedom,” obviously refers to not living with limits, not being tied down by others, and essentially doing exactly what you want. The phrase’s second word, “checks,” seems like it refers to the checks people cash every week or two from their employers.
“Freedom checks” doesn’t really mean anything. However, Freedom Checks – that’s a proper noun – very much has solid meaning.
Radio news broadcasts and commercials have been littered with the words Freedom Checks over the past four or five months – but why?
These commercials, public service announcements, or parts of radio broadcasts essentially start off by saying the United States federal government is slated to break down some $34.6 billion and give it to American citizens. However, no government agency will deliver this payment to you; you must contact Banyan Hill Publishing, the creators of the aforementioned commercials, to receive your so-called “Freedom Check.”
Is this opportunity legitimate or nothing but a scam?
You may have noticed that the deadline to receive such payments via Banyan Hill Publishing’s “Freedom Check” disbursement system was pushed back several times. Government programs typically don’t act in such a manner. If you have felt that these so-called Freedom Checks are nothing but Waste Your Time Checks, that’s totally normal.
However, rest assured that the Freedom Check system is entirely legitimate – keep reading.
Banyan Hill Publishing is effectively drawing in attention through its far-off claims that it will be giving away parts of $34.6 billion. However, the company is, in fact, selling investment opportunities called master limited partnerships, or MLPs.
A master unlimited chocolate chip – what?
MLPs are investments in which you send in however much money that you’re comfortable investing. They are similar to stocks, except the companies using master limited partnerships to connect with investors have to generate a vast majority of their income directly through the United States market. Investors receive a return based on how well the companies using MLPs perform.
This effectively ensures investments are tied up in companies that actually boost the American economy.
All considered, MLPs are a sweet deal.