If I approach the bank directly asking about Private Placement Platforms without an introduction what will happen?
Banks are in the humble and sensitive business of taking in money from average hard working individuals and pay them a very
modest interest rate for their savings accounts, CDs, and checking accounts. With these cash reserves, these banks turn around
leverage and borrow money from the Federal Reserve at very low interest rate, and then they make residential, commercial, and
business loans. They are very careful not to project an image that they make, or can make, very much money except for very modest
gains. So their policy is if they are approached by an investors directly about Private Placement Platforms, they are instructed not
disclose any information or even admit that they engage in Private Placement Platforms. In fact they will not even admit that Private
Placement Platforms exist. To admit they engage in such profitable activities would potentially tarnish their image of modesty. In fact
very few in the top banks are even made aware of their Private Placement Platform activities. The information is on a “need to know
basis”. The fact is that maybe 1 in 100,000 or less individuals are capable of participating given the $100MM minimum cash
liquidity requirement. So for these reasons they will admit NOTHING. However when we introduce you as a “qualified and financially
capable” investor the bank will admit and disclose EVERYTHING about their Private Placement Platform Programs and they
become eager to satisfy the needs of these very select qualified individuals.