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Re: Crowdfunding Investment Platforms And Options (non Agritech Categories) by GreatMedal(m): 7:36am On Dec 23, 2020
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Thanks!
Re: Crowdfunding Investment Platforms And Options (non Agritech Categories) by TokyoBulls(m): 12:12am On Dec 25, 2020
Right time to build the strategy for 2021 is NOW. Take learnings from 2020 and the past and move on with a stronger resolve to build sustainable wealth. All the best, folks.

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Re: Crowdfunding Investment Platforms And Options (non Agritech Categories) by Frezhkid10(m): 11:43pm On Dec 27, 2020
Bridget001:
Notes on Risevest
ABOUT THE COMPANY
Risevest is a digital asset manager that connects Nigerians to dollar denominated investments around the world:
1) Euro.bond
2)US Real Es.tate
3)US Stocks

-Was formerly Cashestate from March 2019 which was only real estate. In November 2019 new options like Eurobond and US stocks were added and relaunched as Risevest.

-Risevest is registered with the Corporate Affairs Commission as Rise Vest Technologies Limited with RC number 1622382 and provide financial services under a Lagos State Cooperative License number LSCS 17080.

-Risevest are also registered investment advisors with the United States of America securities and exchange commission as Rise wealth Advisors with CRD number 306658.

-Risevest operates in Nigeria and is open to Nigerians anywhere in the world that have BVN.

-Here is their latest stocks performance https://rise.capital/blog/stocks/performance-update-oct-2020/

INTEREST RATES OFFERED
1) EURO.BOND: 10-12% p.a.ROI(Return Of Investment)

2) US REAL ESTA.TE: 13-15% p.a.

3) US STO.CKS: 12-14% p.a. ROI. Last year record.ed 27% .
Made up of 20+ high growth sto.cks. You don't need a dom account for it. You can fund in dollars or naira which becomes dollars on the app.
-You can also withdraw in naira or dollars.

-You can invest for 3, 6 or 12mon.ths and rollover to com.pound your interest.
-Minimum investment is $10 and you can top up your inves.tments at any time.

FEES
1)Management Fees:
No fees on investment with returns below 10%.
1.5% on investment with returns between 10% and 15%.
2% on investment with returns above 15%.
The management fee is charged annually after your investment matures not before.
2) Withdrawal Fees
-NGN 35 transfer fee charged for withdrawals into bank accounts.
-And 5% withdrawal penalty fee charged on all withdrawals made from a locked (yet to mature) plan.

3) Transaction Fees
- No transaction fee if you transfer to your Risevest unique Providus Bank Account on the app.
-Card Payments:
NGN Cards: From 1.4% to (1.5% + NGN 100) per transaction and capped at NGN 2000.
USD Cards: From 2.9% to (3.9% + NGN100) per transaction.

ACCESS/INVESTMENT CHANNELS
Risevest is available on Android and iOS.

SUSTAINABILITY
Risevest seems sustainable having been in business for 1+years and having successfully completed two accelerator programs; LABS powered by ARM in Lagos, and Techstars & Western Union accelerator in Denver, USA.

KEY EXECUTIVES
-About Risevest--https://rise.capital/about-us
- Eke Urum: Founder and CEO,
https://www.linkedin.com/mwlite/in/ekeurum
-Bosun Olanrewaju: Co-founder and CTO,
https://www.linkedin.com/mwlite/in/bosunolanrewaju
-Tony Odiba: Co-founder and Data Analytics,
https://www.linkedin.com/mwlite/in/odiba-anthony

-Eke Urum was the cofounder of Buycoins

COMPANY FAQ
http://help.rise.capital/en/

INSURANCE
-Risevest claims that "as an investment firm, your investment are insured by the US government for up to $500,000 and all other investments are held by our SEC registered trustees to ensure security and safety. With our cooperative license with the Lagos state government, your investment with us is recorded and audited by the state. In the event of a liquidation the users account is credited with their investment."

LIMITATIONS
-- You can liquidate your investment at any time but doing so before maturity may cost you 5% penalty fee.
-- You can't select individual stocks, they do it for you.

SECURITY AND REGULATION
Their SEC registered trustees, ARM Holdings Limited monitors and maintains investments to ensure peace of mind for users and guarantee the integrity of assets and investment process. App features PCI-DSS (bank level) security to protect investments from unauthorized access.

SUMMARY
-Pros
-- It seems to belong to a stable company that has been running business for a while.
-- The owners are visible online and can be contacted and held accountable if Risevest has hiccups.
-- Safety from naira devaluation because of the dollar investment opportunities.
-- Telegram group where investors get to interact with one another and the admins including the CEO. Financial edu.cation is also shared there.
-- Monthly investors' zoom meeting.
-- You can liquidate your investment at any time.
-- This looks like a low to high risk investment, considering the range of assets that someone can invest in.
-- Diversification: Ability to invest in Euro.bond, US real estate and stoc.ks.

Cons
-- Only available on Android and iOS. Not on web yet.
-- Withdrawal takes 3 to 5 working days before it lands in your account because investments are in US and have to go through a process.

Happy Investing!

If you want to invest with Risevest kindly use my referr.al code: MISF3KC8


...bravo...I just downloaded the app and I came here to seek enquiries about them...thank u for this..now my confidence has increased by 50%...
Re: Crowdfunding Investment Platforms And Options (non Agritech Categories) by ThePropertyGuy: 7:01am On Dec 28, 2020
Fund management? I doubt you know what it means. I weep. Financial literacy is something to be taken very seriously.

Everybody and their grandmas now think they manage other peoples money. Zero antecedent, zero prospectus, zero credentials, zero regulation.

iamoluwatobi:
Season greetings to you.

In a bid to attain financial freedom and sustain exponential financial growth, many have lost their money to one investment or the other or one financial scheme for reasons unknown.

Here, any investment you bring to the table, we give you 20% ROI (Return on Investment) in 30 days!

What do we do?
1. Funds management
2. Real Estate
3. Cryptocurrency trading
4. Forex
5. Oil and gas

WhatsApp on 0*7*0*3*0*3*0*3*2*3*0
Let's deal and have a wonderful new year ahead

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Re: Crowdfunding Investment Platforms And Options (non Agritech Categories) by Mardey: 4:50pm On Dec 28, 2020
Anyone else get a mail about the release of the MD of themap?
Re: Crowdfunding Investment Platforms And Options (non Agritech Categories) by MummyIMadeIt: 5:01pm On Dec 28, 2020
Mardey:
Anyone else get a mail about the release of the MD of themap?

I did
Re: Crowdfunding Investment Platforms And Options (non Agritech Categories) by Bridget001: 7:03pm On Dec 28, 2020
spiceeamiee:
Lost money this year for the first time in my investment journey. A little with the map and then some still hanging with goatmeathq. Will reduce my exposure to Agrictech. Only sticking with Farm sponsor and Peacefulpeaceimports. Thinking if I should liquidate Diva Rice considering the effect of Border opening on Rice sales. Not decided yet as my investment matures in January so let me watch. 20% of my investment sum will go to Forex companies. Already doing Addy and Quintessential. I have reduced the funds in Quintessential and will spread it to TEEL and Corequest by January. Came into some dollars and put it in Risevest in November. I like what I am seeing. Also started buying stocks on Bamboo with help from WealthMotley. Will be buying more and also putting more funds in Risevest. Looking to put funds in Piggyvest too as soon as they have an open investment. Diversification is my watch word for 2021. A little pie in everything and a lot for preservation. We lose some, we win some. Here's to a more amazing 2021 for us all.



I heard that T-E-E-L currently has some issues. Is it true?

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Re: Crowdfunding Investment Platforms And Options (non Agritech Categories) by spiceeamiee(f): 7:18pm On Dec 28, 2020
Yes they do. Fortunately I haven't invested. I have also moved my funds out of quintessential. Waiting for my contract with Addy to round up. Done with Forex companies.

Bridget001:


I heard that T-E-E-L currently has some issues. Is it true?

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Re: Crowdfunding Investment Platforms And Options (non Agritech Categories) by Phraences: 7:28pm On Dec 28, 2020
spiceeamiee:
Yes they do. Fortunately I haven't invested. I have also moved my funds out of quintessential. Waiting for my contract with Addy to round up. Done with Forex companies.


Can't wait to get my money out of Addy as well. I'm so done with interest per month investment companies. You mentioned Peacefulpeace. Hope you have done your DD.

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Re: Crowdfunding Investment Platforms And Options (non Agritech Categories) by Bridget001: 7:32pm On Dec 28, 2020
spiceeamiee:
Yes they do. Fortunately I haven't invested. I have also moved my funds out of quintessential. Waiting for my contract with Addy to round up. Done with Forex companies.


Thank God you haven't invested. I think you should edit your post cos someone asked for my advice because of your post and I told the person that I personally don't trust supposedly big forex companies.

You know some people's due diligence is just to follow whatever they see on Nairaland.

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Re: Crowdfunding Investment Platforms And Options (non Agritech Categories) by spiceeamiee(f): 7:37pm On Dec 28, 2020
My contract ends in February. Will not reinvest. Honestly done with the Nigerian investment space.

Phraences:


Can't wait to get my money out of Addy as well. I'm so done with interest per month investment companies. You mentioned Peacefulpeace. Hope you have done your DD.
Re: Crowdfunding Investment Platforms And Options (non Agritech Categories) by MummyIMadeIt: 7:43pm On Dec 28, 2020
I would advice we stay away from anything forex company next year, as it's crystal clear Yahoo boys have taken over the space

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Re: Crowdfunding Investment Platforms And Options (non Agritech Categories) by akinonigbinde: 8:08pm On Dec 28, 2020
Mardey:
Anyone else get a mail about the release of the MD of themap?
Yes, I did
Re: Crowdfunding Investment Platforms And Options (non Agritech Categories) by Mardey: 8:47pm On Dec 28, 2020
u shd even chill on the PeacefulPeace side. There has been a lil delay in payment- the claim is bank ish and they r on break till January
Phraences:


Can't wait to get my money out of Addy as well. I'm so done with interest per month investment companies. You mentioned Peacefulpeace. Hope you have done your DD.
Re: Crowdfunding Investment Platforms And Options (non Agritech Categories) by enigmatique(m): 11:23pm On Dec 28, 2020
enigmatique:
grin grin grin
All I can do is to laugh. At least when the dust settles, we will return to reasonably reviewing and investing in companies. Hehehe.

As for anyone that loses money, take your L, move on, and never make this kind of mistake again. Investing is a marathon, not a sprint, and while it's best to learn from data, research and advice, learning from experience can be valuable too, because it makes the lesson visceral, not just vicarious or theoretical. Better to lose 250k now than lose 250 billion later.

I have been thinking about this and I suspect that laughing at the woes of people that bought into the map must have been insensitive and maybe disrespectful. Apart from listening to the advice of experienced investors, I personally acquired the discipline to avoid such "too good to be true" investments due to getting burned by the bull market of krippto currency in late 2017, so I shouldn't have laughed at others when they got burned too as that jest could distract them from the lesson and discipline that they could gain from the bitter experience. So here's my unreserved apology to the house. Make una no vex.

Thanks.

Cc benedictuyi, MummyIMadeIt, naijasensei

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Re: Crowdfunding Investment Platforms And Options (non Agritech Categories) by MummyIMadeIt: 12:20pm On Dec 29, 2020
enigmatique:


I have been thinking about this and I suspect that laughing at the woes of people that bought into the map must have been insensitive and maybe disrespectful. Apart from listening to the advice of experienced investors, I personally acquired the discipline to avoid such "too good to be true" investments due to getting burned by the bull market of krippto currency in late 2017, so I shouldn't have laughed at others when they got burned too as that jest could distract them from the lesson and discipline that they could gain from the bitter experience. So here's my unreserved apology to the house. Make una no vex.

Thanks.

Cc benedictuyi, MummyIMadeIt, naijasensei

Happy new year in advance

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Re: Crowdfunding Investment Platforms And Options (non Agritech Categories) by emmaversity(m): 12:29pm On Dec 29, 2020
[b][/b]
enigmatique:


I have been thinking about this and I suspect that laughing at the woes of people that bought into the map must have been insensitive and maybe disrespectful. Apart from listening to the advice of experienced investors, I personally acquired the discipline to avoid such "too good to be true" investments due to getting burned by the bull market of krippto currency in late 2017, so I shouldn't have laughed at others when they got burned too as that jest could distract them from the lesson and discipline that they could gain from the bitter experience. So here's my unreserved apology to the house. Make una no vex.

Thanks.

Cc benedictuyi, MummyIMadeIt, naijasensei

Nice one. Well done.

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Re: Crowdfunding Investment Platforms And Options (non Agritech Categories) by benedictuyi(m): 2:01pm On Dec 29, 2020
enigmatique:


I have been thinking about this and I suspect that laughing at the woes of people that bought into the map must have been insensitive and maybe disrespectful. Apart from listening to the advice of experienced investors, I personally acquired the discipline to avoid such "too good to be true" investments due to getting burned by the bull market of krippto currency in late 2017, so I shouldn't have laughed at others when they got burned too as that jest could distract them from the lesson and discipline that they could gain from the bitter experience. So here's my unreserved apology to the house. Make una no vex.

Thanks.

Cc benedictuyi, MummyIMadeIt, naijasensei
Compliments of the season

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Re: Crowdfunding Investment Platforms And Options (non Agritech Categories) by enigmatique(m): 12:27am On Dec 30, 2020
benedictuyi:

Compliments of the season
Thank you very much. Wish you the same bro.
Re: Crowdfunding Investment Platforms And Options (non Agritech Categories) by enigmatique(m): 12:28am On Dec 30, 2020
emmaversity:
[b][/b]

Nice one. Well done.
Thank you very much.
Re: Crowdfunding Investment Platforms And Options (non Agritech Categories) by enigmatique(m): 12:28am On Dec 30, 2020
MummyIMadeIt:


Happy new year in advance
Thank you very much. Wish you the same.
Re: Crowdfunding Investment Platforms And Options (non Agritech Categories) by Phraences: 11:15pm On Dec 30, 2020
enigmatique:


I have been thinking about this and I suspect that laughing at the woes of people that bought into the map must have been insensitive and maybe disrespectful. Apart from listening to the advice of experienced investors, I personally acquired the discipline to avoid such "too good to be true" investments due to getting burned by the bull market of krippto currency in late 2017, so I shouldn't have laughed at others when they got burned too as that jest could distract them from the lesson and discipline that they could gain from the bitter experience. So here's my unreserved apology to the house. Make una no vex.

Thanks.

Cc benedictuyi, MummyIMadeIt, naijasensei

Well done. People invest in things like that due to ignorance. Plus the economy is hard. Happy New Year in advance. May 2021 be better for all of us.

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Re: Crowdfunding Investment Platforms And Options (non Agritech Categories) by enigmatique(m): 11:36pm On Dec 30, 2020
Phraences:


Well done. People invest in things like that due to ignorance. Plus the economy is hard. Happy New Year in advance. May 2021 be better for all of us.
Thank you. A happy new year in advance to you too.
Re: Crowdfunding Investment Platforms And Options (non Agritech Categories) by Opzyyy: 11:15pm On Jan 01
I have always wanted to invest with risevest but there fees are high and so unnecessary. Asides that the dollar rate is parallel market, it is not supposed to be, doesn't make sense. What if naira drops again tomorrow, you would have lost more than you should have gained.
Bridget001:
Notes on Risevest
ABOUT THE COMPANY
Risevest is a digital asset manager that connects Nigerians to dollar denominated investments around the world:
1) Euro.bond
2)US Real Es.tate
3)US Stocks

-Was formerly Cashestate from March 2019 which was only real estate. In November 2019 new options like Eurobond and US stocks were added and relaunched as Risevest.

-Risevest is registered with the Corporate Affairs Commission as Rise Vest Technologies Limited with RC number 1622382 and provide financial services under a Lagos State Cooperative License number LSCS 17080.

-Risevest are also registered investment advisors with the United States of America securities and exchange commission as Rise wealth Advisors with CRD number 306658.

-Risevest operates in Nigeria and is open to Nigerians anywhere in the world that have BVN.

-Here is their latest stocks performance https://rise.capital/blog/stocks/performance-update-oct-2020/

INTEREST RATES OFFERED
1) EURO.BOND: 10-12% p.a.ROI(Return Of Investment)

2) US REAL ESTA.TE: 13-15% p.a.

3) US STO.CKS: 12-14% p.a. ROI. Last year record.ed 27% .
Made up of 20+ high growth sto.cks. You don't need a dom account for it. You can fund in dollars or naira which becomes dollars on the app.
-You can also withdraw in naira or dollars.

-You can invest for 3, 6 or 12mon.ths and rollover to com.pound your interest.
-Minimum investment is $10 and you can top up your inves.tments at any time.

FEES
1)Management Fees:
No fees on investment with returns below 10%.
1.5% on investment with returns between 10% and 15%.
2% on investment with returns above 15%.
The management fee is charged annually after your investment matures not before.
2) Withdrawal Fees
-NGN 35 transfer fee charged for withdrawals into bank accounts.
-And 5% withdrawal penalty fee charged on all withdrawals made from a locked (yet to mature) plan.

3) Transaction Fees
- No transaction fee if you transfer to your Risevest unique Providus Bank Account on the app.
-Card Payments:
NGN Cards: From 1.4% to (1.5% + NGN 100) per transaction and capped at NGN 2000.
USD Cards: From 2.9% to (3.9% + NGN100) per transaction.

ACCESS/INVESTMENT CHANNELS
Risevest is available on Android and iOS.

SUSTAINABILITY
Risevest seems sustainable having been in business for 1+years and having successfully completed two accelerator programs; LABS powered by ARM in Lagos, and Techstars & Western Union accelerator in Denver, USA.

KEY EXECUTIVES
-About Risevest--https://rise.capital/about-us
- Eke Urum: Founder and CEO,
https://www.linkedin.com/mwlite/in/ekeurum
-Bosun Olanrewaju: Co-founder and CTO,
https://www.linkedin.com/mwlite/in/bosunolanrewaju
-Tony Odiba: Co-founder and Data Analytics,
https://www.linkedin.com/mwlite/in/odiba-anthony

-Eke Urum was the cofounder of Buycoins

COMPANY FAQ
http://help.rise.capital/en/

INSURANCE
-Risevest claims that "as an investment firm, your investment are insured by the US government for up to $500,000 and all other investments are held by our SEC registered trustees to ensure security and safety. With our cooperative license with the Lagos state government, your investment with us is recorded and audited by the state. In the event of a liquidation the users account is credited with their investment."

LIMITATIONS
-- You can liquidate your investment at any time but doing so before maturity may cost you 5% penalty fee.
-- You can't select individual stocks, they do it for you.

SECURITY AND REGULATION
Their SEC registered trustees, ARM Holdings Limited monitors and maintains investments to ensure peace of mind for users and guarantee the integrity of assets and investment process. App features PCI-DSS (bank level) security to protect investments from unauthorized access.

SUMMARY
-Pros
-- It seems to belong to a stable company that has been running business for a while.
-- The owners are visible online and can be contacted and held accountable if Risevest has hiccups.
-- Safety from naira devaluation because of the dollar investment opportunities.
-- Telegram group where investors get to interact with one another and the admins including the CEO. Financial edu.cation is also shared there.
-- Monthly investors' zoom meeting.
-- You can liquidate your investment at any time.
-- This looks like a low to high risk investment, considering the range of assets that someone can invest in.
-- Diversification: Ability to invest in Euro.bond, US real estate and stoc.ks.

Cons
-- Only available on Android and iOS. Not on web yet.
-- Withdrawal takes 3 to 5 working days before it lands in your account because investments are in US and have to go through a process.

Happy Investing!

If you want to invest with Risevest kindly use my referr.al code: MISF3KC8


Re: Crowdfunding Investment Platforms And Options (non Agritech Categories) by Bridget001: 12:20am On Jan 02
Opzyyy:
I have always wanted to invest with risevest but there fees are high and so unnecessary. Asides that the dollar rate is parallel market, it is not supposed to be, doesn't make sense. What if naira drops again tomorrow, you would have lost more than you should have gained.

Really? @high fees. I don't understand, because the fees are charged after you earn a certain percent. Or which fee in particular are you referring to?
And do you know any firm that offers the same services with less fees? If you do kindly share.

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Re: Crowdfunding Investment Platforms And Options (non Agritech Categories) by spiceeamiee(f): 7:58am On Jan 02
Even dome banks give you dollar at parallel market rate(UBA), is it a private company you want to sell dollar at CBN rate? Besides their fees are quite reasonable and you can see your money growing.

Opzyyy:
I have always wanted to invest with risevest but there fees are high and so unnecessary. Asides that the dollar rate is parallel market, it is not supposed to be, doesn't make sense. What if naira drops again tomorrow, you would have lost more than you should have gained.

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Re: Crowdfunding Investment Platforms And Options (non Agritech Categories) by Vasgas: 10:07am On Jan 02
Invest with Hawkfund
Monthly 15% ROI

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