The Zoom meeting last night with Rommel Santos focus about on Smart Asset Manager. He explained to us on how it works. With a minimum of $300 investment, they use it to invest in different business.
With the usual of up to 15% revenue per month, my understanding about this kind of business is very simple like a group investment. As you maximize your leverage and time investment assets in securing business contracts and bank collateral. Rommel also told me that there’s investor who is earning $4500 and $2500 dollars a month.
They are using your money as a capital to venture different kind of business from all over the world. Like the medical device and equipment from UK. The good thing about this investment is that you can withdraw your rewards and even subscription investment anytime.
No trading, no recruitment, no building structures, no recurring just create an account and then see how they manage your asset into an investment into different businesses. As simple as earn money from your investment by strategic investment that they made.
For you to understand clearly, see the video of out zoom meeting question and answer made by David. The concept is so simple business people founded in Australia. They also comply with the countries financial rules and regulations to make the business legal.
They travel to do business seminars and training as well as business partnership. They do joint business ventures and do lend financial instruments. They develop also conventional businesses like in the fish trading and medical services industry.
So they will expand to the Philippines territory. As their business also have several Filipino member abroad. So download the SAM app and learn how the subscription work. Businesses are also encourage to advertise in the portal. See the press info here
THE Philippines will soon welcome Smart Asset Managers (SAM) into the country with its planned grand launch.
SAM is registered as a general business company in Melbourne Australia and its digital technologies is in digital and conventional business developments. It also aims to reverse the conventional method of entrepreneurial journey through economy sharing.
Earlier this year, SAM opened its market and community in Malaysia and Indonesia. It’s targeting the Philippines as its third Southeast Asian market. Founded by Rommel Santos, a Philippine-born New Zealander based in Australia entrepreneur.
SAM will operate in the country with an initial of at least a million US dollar investment from the $10-million digital expansion project. He believes that the Filipinos yearn for alternative ways of earning and gaining more understanding of the financial technology or fintech.
Santos said he also intends to buy the majority shares of the Indonesian company KinerjaPay, a digital payment solutions in brick-and-mortar businesses in Indonesia and Southeast Asia regions –
– to promote the growth of e-Commerce and marketplace in the internet by providing users and merchants with safe and secure shopping experience online. It is a publicly listed company in New York Stock Exchange.
With SAM’s entry into the country, Santos expressed optimism that he could bring in positive financial changes into the lives of ordinary Filipinos.
“They only have to subscribe to SAM and see for themselves how their subscribed amount earns incentive even if they are sleeping,” Santos explained. “We share the opportunities to all our subscribers to engage directly in the business.”
SAM tentatively schedules its Philippine launch in July or August.