Federal Rent Checks: How Americans Collect 10-Minute Tax Refund Paychecks Monthly by Money Map Press
Wouldn't it be nice if you could get a check for $1,795 every single month from the government? That is after all what the new trailer from Money Maps Press is about.
The video explains how everyday people are getting these kinds of checks month after month. But is it possible? Is it really as easy as putting your name on a distribution list and sit back to wait for the checks to come? And just who is Money Map Press?
Money Map Press is an investment agency that gives financial advice to their subscribers. According to their website, the company is led by Mike Ward. However, the Federal Rent Checks program is brought to you by D.R. Barton. The video, and Money Map Press, state that Mr. D.R. Barton is a New York Times best-selling author and is listed as a financial advisor for Money Map Press. Both the video and the website state he has been seen on talk television shows like CNBC, and Fox Business.
As for Money Map Press, they offer a wide range of products to help investors find solutions and new opportunities. They offer newsletters for nine different platforms that range from cryptocurrencies to REITs. They have been around for a while and have mixed reviews that are based on their different financial serves.
What Mr. D.R. Barton and Money Map Press is selling is hopes and dreams in a fancy term like “Federal Rent Checks” but are in fact nothing more than dividends you can earn as part of being a shareholder in REITs or Real Estate Investment Trusts. Remember how they are financial advisors? That is what their products are. Ways to invest your money through different programs and plans.
The video presented to you by Money Maps Press wants you to believe that all you have to do is sign up for these distribution lists. But the truth is, you have to buy your way into these lists by owning a stock within the companies that are listed.
Now can you make money? Like most stocks, there is risk involved. So you should never buy stocks with money you don't have.
As for affiliate marketing, the site doesn't state any affiliate accounts or a compensation plan. The only way to earn is through investing using the advice they give to their subscribers and even then no one can predict which way the market will go.
What's Really Going On?
To boil it down to the bare minimum, Federal Rent Checks are not what they appear to be. You don't just get on a waiting list and start receiving the funds. There is some work that is involved. Too many, the marketing terms used make it seem like there is nothing to it, and that money just comes in. But what this company really is, is an investment opportunity plain and simple.
Despite the over the top sale pitch video that is presented to you by D.R. Barton Jr, there is some truth to it. There are federal agencies that have deals in working with landowners. These landowners charge the government rent in order to use their land. Just like any other rental property out there, when it comes to occupying space, someone has to pay for it. For the government to occupy a building or land they too have an obligation to pay and according to Public Law 92-313, the government is legally bound to pay rent at these locations.
Now, the video will tell you that this process is a government program. It is not. Nor does it have anything to do with Social Security. However, it is an IRS directive that a few people know about.
So, is there a way you can earn money and get checks rolling in? Yes, if you have lots of money to throw into these properties. But the hook is that you have to sign up for Money Maps Press newsletter, which of course costs anywhere from $39 to $79 depending on the subscription package you pick.
And to top it off, the company doesn't offer any refunds. So you are looking at a loss right off the bat. Sure, they say they will give you an e-book filled with valuable information about the REITs, but you have to jump through financial hoops to get it.
First off, the way they present this information to the public is very misleading. The video states that with $11, you can get on the list to earn Federal Rent Checks. But since there is no such thing. All you are doing is buying a stock in the rental property that the government has to pay rent to.
Another red flag is the people in the presentation. Each testimony showcases a person claiming to have made thousands of dollars. However, each image used is a stock photo. The stories are marketing tools to lure people into the possibility of making money with them. But in order to make money, you have to sign up for Money Maps Press newsletter to get a list of what rental properties to buy shares in.
But the truth of the matter is, $11 won't get you the results that are listed on the presentation video. The dividends that you will accumulate is pennies. In order to see any real money, you are going to have to invest thousands of dollars. But in order to make the right choices, you are going to need someone to show you which buildings to stake a claim in. That is the point of the entire video, to get you to sign up for 10 Minute Millionaire newsletter.
All in all, Money Maps Press is not a company worth getting into. They use far too many tricks and gimmicks to lure people to their newsletter. Although there is some valuable information given to their members, it may not be enough to stick with it in the long run.