Your New Path To Easy Income Every Year

If you’re like most people and you have money stashed in a bank account collecting 0.01% interest. But what you’re about to see could change your retirement.

In short, this strange “San Francisco bank account” offers folks a safe way to collect 10% interest, year in and year out — without having to touch risky stocks, bonds, options or any other typical investment.

The best part is you don’t need to be wealthy to take advantage of this incredible “account”.

In fact, you can start with as little as $25 to test the waters with this incredible opportunity.

And once you see how easy it is to make money with this, there’s a good chance you’ll want to put more money in.

Let me show you how it works.

How This Account Came About

It all began in 2006, when San Francisco-based Lending Club was founded with one simple goal: to reinvent banking.

Lending Club offers a marketplace for lenders (investors) and borrowers to get together… and remove big banks from the equation. This is great for all parties. Borrowers get access to the loans they need without having to deal with greedy banks and, more importantly, you get to lend folks money and collect huge interest rates in a secure investment.

Of course, Lending Club vets its borrowers heavily… you don’t have to worry about making risky loans that never get paid back.

In fact, former CEO and founder of Lending Club Renaud Laplanche said this…

“We focus on providing good terms to borrowers with good credit…”

In other words — with Lending Club, you get access to a secure “bank account” that often pays 10% to investors — without the risk of stocks, bonds, options or any other typical investment brokers try to offer you.

Of course, it’s worth noting that Lending Club is a reputable company… After all, they’re a multibillion-dollar publicly traded company. They’re as safe as your brokerage is.

With all that being said, let me show you how to get started.

Get Set up in Minutes

There are just a few simple steps to take to open your “account” — and they shouldn’t take more than a few minutes.

First, visit lendingclub.com and click on “invest.” Fill out a few questions and you’ll have your account set up.

Next, login and connect your bank account to fund your account and begin investing in loans.

From there, you’re all set to begin investing in loans!

You can choose how much you’d like to invest per loan, with the starting number being $25. I recommend keeping it at $25 per loan just to get comfortable with it.

While browsing loans, I recommend only investing in A-rated loans. While B, C and lower-rated loans pay a higher return, you also run a higher risk of folks not paying the money back.

One strategy I recommend is making it a goal to buy one $25 note every single day to get comfortable with it.

While enjoying your morning cup of coffee, set aside three minutes to buy your note of the day. It’s fun knowing you’re setting yourself up to make money every day!

Once you get more comfortable, you can begin investing more and more — and collecting huge amounts of income in your retirement.

One Last Note…

Now that you know how it works, it’s time to get started!

Please note, while this can be a simple and profitable strategy, you should always do your own research before setting up an account.

Don’t be afraid to call and speak with a customer service representative. Be sure all your questions are answered before you start investing.

Here’s to growing your wealth,

Mike Burnick

Mike Burnick
Chief Income Expert, Mike Burnick’s Wealth Watch

 

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With over 25-years of professional investment experience, Mike Burnick was a Registered Investment Adviser and portfolio manager responsible for the day-to-day operations of a mutual fund. Mike joined Weiss Research in 2002 as an analyst and writer, and in 2008 was named Director of Research and Client Communications at Weiss Capital Management, where he assisted...

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