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Billionaire Philanthropist to Give Away Over $1.5 Billion in 2019

Jeff Bezos: “Take My Money”

Written by Jason Williams
Posted March 8, 2019

In the past months, we’ve been hearing everyone from Warren Buffett to freshman representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez demanding higher taxes on the country’s wealthiest people. They say those evil billionaires don’t contribute their fair share.

Ms. Ocasio-Cortez has taken a special interest in Amazon’s CEO, Jeff Bezos. She recently said how great she thought it was that Bezos pulled his Amazon HQ2 out of New York City. She thought giving billions in tax breaks to a billionaire was ridiculous.

Maybe it was. I don’t necessarily agree with her, but I see where she’s coming from. But I’m not here to opine on that.

I will say, however, that Ms. Ocasio-Cortez has a completely uninformed view of Jeff Bezos if she thinks he’s just some evil capitalist bent on keeping everyone else down while he gets richer and richer. He’s just the opposite. He’s a major philanthropist.

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In fact, Mr. Bezos made more charitable contributions in 2018 than any other individual in the country. More than Warren Buffett (the billionaire who says billionaires don’t help enough). More than Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates, and Michael Bloomberg combined.

According to the Chronicle of Philanthropy (COP), Bloomberg donated a massive $767 million to charities in 2018. Bill Gates gave about $138 million. And Zuck gave his charities a gift of $214 million. That’s about $1.119 billion, all told.

But even when you add up the donations of all three of those super-wealthy folks, that’s still nearly a billion short of Jeff Bezos’ charitable donations this year.

That’s because Bezos gave $2 BILLION to charities this year through his Bezos Day One Fund. He’s helping build and fund preschools in low-income neighborhoods and supporting nonprofits that help the homeless.

That doesn’t sound like someone who hasn’t a care in the world for anything but money. And that’s not even the whole amount Bezos gave out last year. That’s just the “official” count.

Unofficially, Jeff Bezos paid out well over a billion more in 2018. But most people don’t know about that program...

Jeff Bezos’ Prime Payments Fund

You see, the COP only tallies donations made public by the donor. And Jeff Bezos doesn’t want anyone to know about this fund. So he’s done his absolute best to keep it a secret.

But a select group of people found out about these payments. And they found out how to get them funneled right into their accounts.

I know what you’re thinking: “That’s practically stealing from charities.”

But these funds would never make it to any charities anyway. They’d have been secreted away in the bank accounts of other millionaires and billionaires.

And doesn’t charity start at home, anyway?

I’m serious. When you compare any of our financial states to Jeff Bezos, richest person in the world, we all look like we could use a little charity. And Jeff is going to help us out whether he likes it or not.

I’m going to tell you how to get in on these payments, too — there’s one coming up in just about a week.

But fist, let me show you just how lucrative of a return you can get from taking a few minutes to get involved...

Prime-Time Profits

It’s no secret that Amazon has been an investor’s dream. Folks who bought it when the company first went public are looking at returns thousands of times bigger than their investments.

Heck, even now, as a trillion-dollar company, it’s still delivering market-beating gains...

In 2018, Amazon’s stock returned 28.43% profits to investors while the S&P 500 dropped about 4%.

If you’d invested $10,000 in AMZN, you’d have closed the year with a respectable $12,843 in your account. Most people would be ecstatic about gains like that.

Even just this year, Amazon is up nearly 10%. That would give everyone who’d invested $10,000 at the start of the year an extra grand by now.

Again, 10% in two months is a pretty impressive profit.

But it’s nothing compared to what you could have made if you’d known about Bezos’ Prime Profit payouts...

In 2018, while the markets dropped about 4%, and while Amazon gained about 28%, investors who were collecting Bezos’ Prime Profit payments booked a massive one-year gain of 62.3%!

prime profits vs amzn 2018

Every $10,000 invested at the start of the year turned into over $16,000 by the end!

And that outperformance has held strong into the new year as well...

So, far in 2019, Prime Profit investors are up a shocking 21.25%.

prime profits vs amzn gain 2019 to march 6

In two months, these investors have already booked nearly a year’s worth of Amazon stock gains. They’re doing more than 100% better than Amazon shareholders. And they don’t own a single share of

And what’s best is that we can count on those profits to just keep getting bigger every single year...

That’s because they’ve done so as long as they’ve been coming. They’re up nearly 130% since 2014. That means the payments are growing at about 20% a year!

And this year, they’re going to be the biggest ever.

In 2019, if my calculations are accurate, Jeff Bezos will pay out over $1.5 BILLION in Prime Profit payments. And you can get your share starting next week.

Prime Your Portfolio

Hopefully those charts and calculations helped you see just how incredible of an opportunity this payment fund is. And hopefully you’re ready to add some of Jeff’s money to your retirement savings.

It’s truly one of the most ingenious profit-building strategies I’ve ever come across. And you don’t need to be a billionaire to get on board. In fact, you don’t even have to be a thousandaire (if that’s even a thing).

You can get started collecting your share of these massive payments for less than a trip to the ballpark for Opening Day this spring.

My partner at The Wealth Advisory, Briton Ryle, put together a presentation that goes over the opportunity in more detail. He explains everything you need to get started collecting your payments.

If you’ve got a few minutes, I highly recommend you give it a look and listen by clicking here.

But if you’re in a rush and want to come back to the opportunity later, you can get a written report to read at your leisure.

Just don’t wait too long. The next payment will be announced within the week. And it’s the first massive one of the year. But once the announcement comes, it’ll be too late to get on the list and get your check.

So don’t wait to get involved and miss out on your share. The payments come every month, but these big ones only come a few times a year.

They’re the really life-changing profits. And trust me when I say you don’t want to miss any of them.

Click here now and learn how you can start collecting as much as $48,000 extra per year from Jeff Bezos’ Prime Profits, too.

To your wealth,


Jason Williams

P.S. I’m on the road right now — actually in the air. I’m flying out to the heart of legal cannabis country, where it all started over 20 years ago: California. I’m looking into a potential investment in a very early-stage cannabis and hemp operation. I’ll be passing on all the information from my trip to my readers at The Wealth Advisory once I return. If you want in on the action too, you can click here to listen to some members’ testimonials about how TWA has changed their lives. And you’ll have the opportunity to join our wealth-building community and change your life, too.

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