Symtomax is offering bonds paying a 30% return over 24 months – 12% in the first year and 18% in the second year.
There is an option to exit the bond after 1 year. However this assumes that Symtomax will have sufficient liquid funds to repay investors who wish to exit.
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Fluid is offering IFISA and unregulated bonds paying 6% per year for a three year term.
Funds raised are to be used to invest in short-term bridging loans.
for a review of Fluid's IFISA bonds.
Lidex Trading claims to provide a "Lidex Trading Multi Asset Fund" paying a fixed dividend of 21% per year, although in their very next paragraph they claim the dividend is 10% a year.
According to a reader, Lidex Trading are cold-calling investors, falsely claiming to be following up a request for investment material.
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Quinshaw Finance is offering unregulated bonds paying returns as follows:
- 4.58% for a 1 year term
- 9.25% per year for a 3 year term
- 11.58% per year for a 5 year term
Via its Google search result and brochure, the company claims to offer "secure property high yield bonds" and that "investor protection is our number 1 priority".
Funds raised are to be used to provide short-term bridging finance to property developers.
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Verto Homes is offering unregulated bonds paying 10% per year for a 5 year term.
The bonds offer the opportunity to exit after 12 months, however this will naturally depend on Verto Homes having enough cash available to pay back investors who wish to do so.
Funds raised are to be used to build zero carbon smart homes.
for a review of Verto Homes' bonds.
Whisky Cask Company offers investment in casks of Scotch whisky.
Whisky Cask Company describes its role as "facilitating the sale". The actual filling of the casks is done by the Malt Whisky Company.
Casks are matured for a minimum of three years, after which they can be sold on the market. Whisky Cask Company projects returns of 8 - 12% per year. It claims the investment is "A Sure-Fire Investment for The Future" and that investing in whisky "gives increased financial security — products cannot go bust in the way a company can".
for a review of Whisky Cask Company's investment.
William John (HV) Limited are offering an unregulated bond paying 20% gross over the 1 year term.
Investors funds are to be used to trade forex. The company claims to offer a "low risk, high performance investment strategy".