Remuneration for Over-Pending Payouts
You simply can't fit a gallon of desires into a quart container. And yet we continually try to do just that. What we need is a different approach. A bigger bottle would also help. FAST INVEST understands it's frustrating waiting so long for the pending payouts. It should be so much quicker in today's day and age, with a given technology. As you know, the eye of the master will do more work than both his hands. This is why FAST INVEST introduces a different approach.
FAST INVEST introduces a special remuneration for delays. We promise an exclusive bonus for you if any stall is experienced, and your payout has not proceeded within seven days. We granted you the 0.01% from the requested transaction, starting from the 8th day and adding the initial amount continuously every next day till the payout will be delivered. This applies and for the recently requested pending payouts.
For instance, if you request a payout of €1000 and we have delays with the process precisely 18 days, you will be awarded €1 for ten days' delay. You think it's not very worthwhile, but in other words, it's an annual 3.65% interest rate for your investment.
We named this remuneration as a "Lag Ante," and you can find all the details (i.e., added amount and number of days delayed) placed at the STATEMENT section within your dashboard. For clarity, the indication of "Lag Ante" will appear in transaction details if we will exceed the default time-frame with another pending payout.
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