Last Friday the check arrived . . .
It was my first Liberty Check in 2020. And the good news is that more are coming soon.
In fact, the next payment could be $4,401 – or even much more.
Click here for urgent details (expires Friday).
So, let me explain.
Back in December, one little-known retailer made a shocking announcement.
The company would be sending out $60.7 million in Liberty Checks to its stakeholders.
Now, you’ve probably heard that regular retailers are having a tough time. And Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) plans to put almost every major retail store out of business.
That’s why stocks like Macy’s (NYSE: M) have fallen 76% in the last five years.
2020 is a difficult time to be running a physical store with tons of inventory and a big overhead. Yet some retailers continue to thrive . . .
For example, one retailer is targeting young men and women. The retailer has over 400 retail stores – plus a booming online business. And they’re thriving despite Amazon’s dominance.
Over the last year, the company’s sales and earnings actually grew.
Even more importantly, the cash flow from operations jumped 33% for this retailer! And it reached nearly $65 million.
That influx of cash meant the company is sitting on over $210 million!
Now, most companies might simply issue a huge bonus to the executives. Or perhaps make a silly acquisition of a competitor. Or even buy a new corporate jet.
Instead, this company’s board of directors elected to send out a huge payment to the stakeholders. Fortunately, I was able to sign up just in time. And last Friday I received this check for $1,162.50.
It’s something I call a Liberty Check.
Now, don’t worry if you’re never heard of this before. I’m prepared to explain everything when you click here now.
Even more importantly . . .
I’m expecting to collect an even bigger payment in the coming days.
In fact, regular investors could quickly and easily pull in over $4,401. However, there’s an urgent deadline . . .
You must get your name on the payment list by Jan. 31 at 4 p.m. Eastern Time. And I’m ready to show you how.
Yours in Profits,
P.S. I lied . . .
Instead of a paper check, I actually had the cash deposited directly into my account. And that means the money was literally IN my account – and available for withdrawal.
No walking to the mailbox. No driving to the bank. And no waiting for the check to get deposited.