# How an Investor Like You Claimed \$102,500 in Liberty Checks

The math is simple enough: \$34,500 + \$68,000 = \$102,500.
The numbers and my calculation are based on a Jan. 23 email I received from an investor, Paul B.
Paul wrote to inform me how he claimed six-digit income buying liberty vouchers of two different companies.
Claim big income now.
One company paid two rounds of liberty checks on its liberty vouchers. The payments were received over an 18-month span covering 2017 and 2018. Paul received \$68,000 on the two liberty-check payments.
The second company’s liberty-check payments were of more recent vintage. Paul claimed his \$34,000 liberty check before the Dec. 21 deadline. He received his \$34,000 liberty check two weeks later.
Paul will receive even more income on the second company’s liberty vouchers.
The second company will issue an additional check next month. Paul will receive a \$575 check (by my calculation). It won’t pay off the mortgage, but it’s enough to pay for prime strip and lobster for two at your local Del Friscos.
The liberty vouchers were the source of Paul’s liberty-check windfall.
Paul was one of the lucky few.
Most investors are clueless to liberty vouchers and the liberty checks they pay. Few financial websites report on companies that pay liberty checks. Most financial advisers fail to inform their clients.
Paul obviously knew of the companies whose liberty vouchers offered these high-yield liberty checks.
How did Paul know?
Paul was on our list. We informed him.
We issued buy alerts on both companies immediately after they declared their respective liberty checks. Paul acted and was able to secure his windfall.
I’ll concede that receiving \$102,500 in liberty checks is an outlier event, though not an unprecedented one. A few investors have written to regale us on claiming their own six-digit income windfall.
Many more investors have regaled us with stories of recurring four-digit windfalls.
We’re hardly surprised. Liberty check payments of \$1,000, \$1,500, and \$2,000 occur regularly. They occur an average of every 22 days.
Receiving a lump-sum \$34,000 liberty check like Paul is nice. Receiving a recurring \$1,500 check (or more) every three weeks is arguably nicer.