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Bezos' Billion-Dollar "Bribe"

And how you can claim your share of the $1.7 BILLION payday.

Written by Jason Williams
Posted February 26, 2021

Jeff Bezos became a billionaire back in the late 1990s, and almost as long ago, people started asking how he was going to put all that money to good use. How was he going to make the world a better place?

Well, it’s 2021 and Jeff Bezos is worth nearly 200 billionaires, and we’re still waiting to find out.

You see, during his lifetime, Bezos has only given $1.4 billion to charities (and $200 million of that was donated as a couple when he was still married to MacKenzie Scott).

In contrast, MacKenzie, his ex-wife, gave away nearly $6 billion to working charities (ones that do good every day instead of just stewarding the money) in 2020 alone.

And I don’t know if you’ve ever gone through a divorce or even a breakup, but if you have, you know there’s always a little competitive nature to them.

So when Bezos learned how bad his ex was making him look, he had to act or admit that he really was just as greedy and selfish as he seems…

“Committed” to Change

During the COVID-19 pandemic, Bezos committed to donating $10 billion to fight climate change to turn the tables on Big Mac and up the ante by $4 billion or so.

But the thing is he’s still holding onto the vast majority of that money (over 90% of it to be precise).

He didn’t give himself a deadline. And that means, he really never has to give away the money. He just has to keep talking about it.

That’s the Jeff Bezos we all really know, the one that announced he was stepping down as CEO to distract attention from the fact that Amazon had just been caught stealing from its delivery drivers.

The one who donates millions to progressive political campaigns and then fights tooth and nail against unions and living wages at his warehouses.

He’s a walking contradiction. But thanks to a little-known income stream my partner and I recently discovered, he’s finally being forced to give back and really put his money where his big mouth is...

Greasing the Wheels

Amazon is a massive company. It claims nearly 50% of e-commerce sales in the U.S. It has a market cap near $2 TRILLION and well over 300 million customers worldwide.

It ships thousands of products every minute. It’s easily one of the biggest companies in history.

It costs a lot of money to keep a massive empire like that going. You’ve got to keep the wheels greased to keep the cars rolling, and sometimes, you’ve got to grease a few palms as well.

That’s exactly what Amazon is doing. The company spends nearly $300 BILLION every year just to pay for the items it sells. Then it has another $71 billion or so in operating expenses tacked onto that.

Some of that money is making its way to a savvy group of investors as regular income distributions.

But they’re not owners of Amazon stock; Bezos is too greedy to ever pay a dividend on those shares.

And they didn’t loan the company money so they can collect interest payments.

In fact, they really don’t have any connection to Amazon at all... except that they’re getting rich by piggybacking on its massive sales.

And today, I want you to join them.

“Prime” Time Payments

You see, I co-author a retirement advisory newsletter called The Wealth Advisory. Our goal is to provide actionable investment analysis to help people have a sustainable retirement. And we’re pretty good at it.

Our average gain right now is hovering around 200% (we’ve got 27 active investments right now). Our investors write in regularly to thank us for helping them take the reins of their own futures. Some of them even send us little videos for a more personal touch.

We’ll recommend investing in just about anything that has the potential to make a solid profit, but our favorite way to help people grow their wealth is finding undiscovered income streams that pay regular and growing cash distributions.

That’s exactly what we’ve found with this Amazon strategy. In fact, the investment strategy has been so successful and our members’ payments have been growing so fast, we’ve taken to calling it “Prime Profits” since the majority of our income is practically coming straight out of Bezos’ bank account.

But again, I have to point out: This has absolutely nothing to do with buying Amazon’s stock on the market or even trading options on it. It has nothing to do with Amazon's stock but everything to do with Amazon’s massive growth.

Intrigued? How could you not be? It’s a program that pays out large lump sums of cash. It’s growing with Amazon’s sales, and it has nothing to do with buying a high-flying technology stock.

Well, Brit (my partner at The Wealth Advisory) and I figured you might be. So we put together a full presentation detailing the opportunity.

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You’ll learn how these payments are funded by Amazon’s massive sales. You’ll hear from some of our other readers about their successes. And you’ll find out how to get yourself set up for these potentially massive payouts yourself.

Get Started TODAY

And the best part of the whole deal is that it’ll only take a few minutes for you to get set up in the strategy. It’ll actually probably take less time than you just spent reading this article.

After that, you’ll be set up to receive these payments every three months for the rest of your life.

You can even pass your payments on to the next generation if you decide to stick with the strategy.

That’s how real generational wealth is created: steady and growing income payments like these.

All you have to do is take a little time to check out our presentation (and even less time to get yourself set up for the next payout).

Once you do that, you’ll be on the list to get the next payout. Oh, and I forgot to mention: That’s coming in just a few weeks. The next round of payments should be calculated by March 12.

That’s right. You don’t even have to wait that long before you can start watching the "Prime Profits" pour into your account too.

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But if you’re not set up by the close of the markets on March 12, you’ll have to wait another three months before you can start collecting.

So I implore you to take a little time today and get yourself set up to collect these recurring payments.

Time flies and March 12 isn’t that far away. If you set this on the back burner and forget, you’ll be cutting yourself out of your share of payments worth $1.7 billion this year alone.

Click here to get access to our presentation and all the details to get involved.

Or get access to a written report with all the same information by clicking here.

Just make sure you do it soon. March 12 is just a few weeks away, and we all know how many things could come up to distract us between now and then.

So while it’s fresh in your mind, click here and learn how you can get a slice of the $1.7 BILLION in "Prime Profits" getting paid out this year.

I look forward to hearing how "Prime Profits" and our other investment strategies change your financial future.

To your wealth,

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Jason Williams

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After graduating Cum Laude in finance and economics, Jason designed and analyzed complex projects for the U.S. Army. He made the jump to the private sector as an investment banking analyst at Morgan Stanley, where he eventually led his own team responsible for billions of dollars in daily trading. Jason left Wall Street to found his own investment office and now shares the strategies he used and the network he built with you. Jason is the founder of Main Street Ventures, a pre-IPO investment newsletter, and co-authors The Wealth Advisory income stock newsletter. He also contributes regularly to Wealth Daily. To learn more about Jason, click here.

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