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Buy2Let cars-up to 11% return p.a.-top of the market in dumb invesments surely.


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https://www.buy2letcars.com/

'If you are tired of seeing poor returns on your savings and investments – think big! At Buy2LetCars we do things a little differently from traditional investment methods and deliver consistent high returns for our investors* with our asset-backed scheme.

An investment with Buy2LetCars will fund a lease car for a UK driver over three years and deliver returns of up to 11% per annum return* for you. Your capital is repaid in monthly instalments over the 36 months with a final balancing payment amount plus interest being paid to you once the 36 months has expired. New cars funded by people for people.

Our unique investment proposition means there’s no hassle or fuss, we look after everything for you, while our sister company Wheels4Sure manages the car lease.

Think of what you could be doing with your high return investment!

 

*Since 2012 100% of our investors received the returns they were expecting when investing with us.
Interest amount will vary based on your investment amount. This figure is the expected interest amount. Please note, in certain circumstances the amount returned to you may be less than you invested. Please see our FAQs here for more details.

 
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People invest with us for a whole range of reasons – you may be looking to save for your first home, to fund a child through university, save for a wedding or a big family occasion, or to build your savings for retirement. Whatever you’re saving for we aim to make your money work harder so that it delivers the best returns possible. You can choose from four investment levels:

 
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These figures are typical returns that are expected to be paid to investors. Estimated returns may vary depending on the specific terms of any investment, but will always be shown to you before you invest. Actual returns may be lower than expected. For more information about how returns are calculated and the risks involved, please see our FAQs.

Important Notice Your capital may be at risk. The value of your investment may reduce in value and actual returns may be lower than expected. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future returns. Please familiarise yourself with the risks involved by reading our FAQs and Key Risks on our website.

 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 

About Buy2LetCars


Buy2LetCars bridges that gap in the market and provides investors with a way to fund brand new vehicles which our sister company Wheels4Sure then leases out. It means minimal involvement for the investor, but crucially, the returns are between 7% and 11% per annum return*. For the car driver it means that they can lease a brand new car with a full manufacturer’s warranty, a service plan and breakdown cover for one affordable fixed monthly payment.

Since being founded in 2012 we have not only enabled thousands of people to drive a new car but have consistently delivered returns of between 7% and 11% per annum return* to every investor. Our founder and CEO Reginald Larry-Cole describes this as ‘compassionate capitalism’.

We operate from offices in West Wickham in Kent and Godstone in Surrey and have seen the companies grow enormously since 2012 with future expansion plans in place for the next three year period.


 

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That's a rate of return to be tested during a downturn.  The one thing im sure of is the Directors money will be nice and safe when it goes tits up!

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1 minute ago, Sugarlips said:

If anyone goes for this here, I’ve got some nice scoot.com shares I can sell you 😀

I’ve some magic beans to sell :)

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5 hours ago, Wig said:

have the DEBTjunkie scumbags of povertyvibes et al gone balls deep in this little gem yet?

they'd probably still have them in the door when the horse bolts and it shuts.

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What I don’t understand is why, if this was kosher, they don’t aggregate the investments and spread any losses to bad debts across all investors rather than you seemingly being tied to financing one car to one individual where if, after the first payment, the car disappears to Eastern Europe, to be broken for parts, you lose the lot.

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46 minutes ago, spygirl said:

Nice find!

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Fast forward to 2003-2008, whilst studying for his degree in Business at the London Metropolitan University (which he successfully finished with a 2:1), he successfully built a car brokerage Creditlab, which he built from a one man band to a multimillion pound turnover business within 5 years. But then the credit crunch came and wiped out all his fortunes, divided his family and for the first time in his life he found himself on welfare support, where he was allowed £64 a week by the UK government

 

Maybe my thought that the directors money would be safe was a little wide of the mark...

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5 hours ago, spygirl said:
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He reluctantly went on the dole queue for the first time ever, became suicidal but as a Christian, he was able turn his fortunes around with God, Obama, his children and friends & family

My personal favourite.  What has Obama got to do with anything?!!

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On 09/11/2018 at 18:55, SNACR said:

What I don’t understand is why, if this was kosher, they don’t 

... simply get a bank loan and keep all the profits themselves.

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