$1M up to $100M in Submissions
This is not a loan and no repayment is required.
The minimum investment amount is $1M; the cap is $100M.
Please request a submission package; the documents are specific to this transaction.
Client will provide Client Information Summary (CIS), 2 forms of picture ID, enlarged and in color (passport and drivers license, or similar substitutions), and proof of funds.
Proof of funds may be a bank statement or screen shot. No bank letters with bank officer signatures are required. Funds may be off shore.
Client will receive an introduction call to review procedures verbally within 2 business days of submission.
Principal Collateralization is escrowed in the form of a Stand‐By Letter of Credit (SBLC) at 2 times the deposited amount in the name of the Client as titleholder and beneficiary.
The SBLC, as collateral for the Clients principal, is issued in the name of the Client or their corporation as the titleholder/beneficiary, and is fully callable and cash backed. The Client is the beneficiary of the SBLC; it is not a leased instrument.
Client receives 5 times the principal amount on or before 45 calendar days.(Example:$1M would realize $5M or,$10M =$50M.)
The escrowed sum is an Arrangement Fee.
Arrangement Fee is not released from escrow until the Client has received notification from the Escrow Attorney that confirmation of the SBLC has been completed, per agreement.
Escrow is opened with a $5,000 escrow fee paid to the Escrow Attorney for the management of escrow and verification of the bank instrument. This fee will be reimbursed to the Client, by the Company, if the SBLC is not delivered or the transaction defaults. There is a separate Pay Master Agreement and fee for the disbursement of profits.
At the time of payment in full, the Client releases the collateral (SBLC).
This process may be repeated and simultaneous contracts may be put in place.
Introducing parties are protected and will be paid from Client proceeds by Pay Master. Each party is responsible for their prorated share of distribution fees and bank fees.
Contact gary.sanford at sevenfigurefinancial com for more details