Freedom Checks: Why So Many Are Missing Out

In May of 2000, the Federal Bureau of Investigations initiated the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3), as a headquarters to inform the public and receive reports of internet crime. According to the FBI’s 2016 Internet Crime Report, in the years between 2012 and 2016, the IC3 received a total of 1,408,849 complaints, and a total reported loss of $4.63 billion.

With so many consumers affected, or overwhelmed with the possibility of being affected, by internet crime, it is no surprise that so many are missing out on Matt Badiali’s Freedom Checks. Badiali comprised an exclusive group of 568 companies, also known as Master Limited Partnerships (MLP’s), that meet the Statute 26-F requirements for issuing Freedom Checks. These energy companies either produce, process, store, or transport oil and gas in the United States. Visit to know more about Freedom Checks.

While MLPs are certainly not a new investment phenomenon, they do represent a different type of investment in their approach to taxes and distributions. For a company to be considered an MLP, they must pay out at least 90% of its income to their investors. Monthly or quarterly payments called “distributions,” are very similar to the more familiar stock dividends. These payments are considered a return of capital. This means that investors do not need to declare their distributions as income, according to the 26-F status. In additions to the attractive tax benefits, Freedom Checks have been shown to pay out two to three times more than most traditional investments.

Sound to good to be true? Unfortunately, this is why so many are opting out. With the staggering amount of internet scams, and the billions of dollars in losses, many are weary to take the next step in investing. Right now, the United States is experiencing a reliance decrease of imported oil, and an explosive increase in its own oil and gas production. Energy companies are in position to generate massive profits. According to Matt Badiali, it is estimated that over $34 billion will be distributed to investors in the next year.

So, what do investors need to know before the opportunity to receive their distribution passes them by? The first thing they need to know is that Freedom Checks are for any investor. You do not need a large amount of money to start buying shares. Also, Freedom Checks are as easy as investing in any other stock, and distributions can be direct deposited into the investors brokerage account.Check: