When can I deposit/withdraw from my Investment account?

Deposit are available for at any time but you must complete your trading cycle duration before placing withdrawals. Be sure that your funds are used in our daily ongoing trading activities before the withdrawal can take place. Your total earnings and invested amounts are available and shown in your trading dashboard. you make deposits any day any time but withdrawals are always done over the weekend preferably 'FRIDAYS ONLY'.

How do I check my account balance?

You can see this anytime on your trading account dashboard.

I forgot my password, what should I do?

Visit the password reset page, type in your email address and click the `Reset` button.

How will I know that the withdrawal has been successful?

You will get an automatic notification via email once we send the funds and you can always login to your trading account, navigate to transactions and confirm if it has been approved and sent. Your chosen payment system dictates how long it will take for the funds to reach you.

How much can I withdraw from my Investment?

withdrawals varies based on your trading capital. your portfolio manager would explain more better and then always have a good reasonable trading capital which guarantees you more high weekly returns. To withdraw your total sum total, means automatically your closing your account and it comes with some withdrawal charges.

Can i save money on this platform without trading?

Yes you can deposit your money in your trading account even without investing it and can withdraw it anytime with no profit added to it.

Compounding Trading account

Our compounding plan ranges from 4months minimum upwards depending on how you want it and you will withdraw at the end of your compounding duration.

Are there fees to be paid after compunding and withdrawing from your investment.

Withdrawal Fee: our withdrawal fee ranges from 3% on $100 - $9000, 5% on $10,000 - $14999, 7% on $15000 - $49999, 9% on $50000 - $99999 and 15% on $100000 upwards on your total investment and its known as or also called processing fee. This fee covers the cost of transferring funds from your investment account to your external wallet. Network Transaction Fees: Cryptocurrency transactions typically involve network fees, which are charges imposed by the blockchain network (e.g., Bitcoin, Ethereum) to validate and process transactions. The fees can vary based on network congestion and the specific cryptocurrency. Investment Tax Fee: The tax implications of investments can vary significantly based on the type of investments you hold with us and the duration of your investments. Here are some general points to consider regarding taxes on investments with our company: Capital Gains Tax: which are the profits made from the sale of investments such as stocks, bonds, or real estate. Capital gains can be categorized as short-term or long-term, depending on the holding period. Different tax rates may apply to each category. This goes to the government. Dividend Income: Dividends received from stocks are often subject to taxation. The tax treatment can base on the dividends. This goes to the government. Interest Income: there is 10% fixed tax to be paid on Interest earned on certain investments, such as Bonds, Cryptocurrencies, Forex, agriculture, Gold or investment savings accounts with us. taxable on compounded trading accounts. This goes to the government. Tax-Advantaged Accounts: Some investments held within tax-advantaged accounts (e.g., Individual Retirement Accounts - IRAs, 401(k)s) may have tax advantages or deferrals. This goes to the government. Tax Deductions: Some investment-related expenses may be deductible. For example, fees paid to financial advisors or certain investment-related expenses may be eligible for deductions. This goes to the government. Real Estate Taxes: If you own real estate as an investment with us, you will be subject to property taxes and potentially capital gains tax upon the sale. This goes to the government. Foreign Investments: If you hold investments in foreign assets with us, you may have additional reporting requirements and tax implications. This goes to the government. Tax-Loss Harvesting: Investors may engage in tax-loss harvesting by selling investments at a loss to offset gains and reduce overall tax liability. This goes to the government. Inheritance and Gift Taxes: The transfer of investments through inheritance or gifts may have tax implications, depending on the jurisdiction. This goes to the government.

How long does it take to process your withdrawal on compounded investment

The processing time for withdrawals on compounded investments can vary depending on when you have paid off the withdrawal charges and fees levied on your investments and conditions being met. it usually takes 5 working days at most for you to withdraw.

End of the year Christmas Promo Interest % bonus

An end-of-the-year Christmas promo bonus is a form of additional compensation that our company gives to qualified and active investors as a reward for their active deposits in building their investments and contributions throughout the year. While the specific details of end-of-the-year bonuses can vary depending on the company's policies and financial situation, here are some general aspects to consider: Amount and Structure: The amount of the bonus can vary widely and is often influenced by factors such as the investor's performance, the company's financial performance, and the overall compensation structure. Bonuses may be a fixed amount, a percentage of the investor's total investments. Timing: End-of-the-year bonuses trading plan are typically are available towards the end of the calendar year. However, the exact timing can vary by company. Eligibility: Not all investors may be eligible for an end-of-the-year bonus. we have specific criteria, such as achieving performance on your investments etc. Communication: we will typically communicate the details of end-of-the-year bonuses to qualified investors in due time. This communication may include information on eligibility criteria, the bonus amount, and the timing of distribution.