CSI Introduces a High Yield Investment Alternative
Private Investment Notes (“PINs”) provide a direct investment that yields higher rates of return than traditional alternatives
DENVER--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nationwide, investors are seeking higher-yielding investment opportunities. CSI PINs are short-term investment notes positioned to offer competitive risk-adjust returns greater than the traditional offerings through banks. “Financial Institutions are not providing yields necessary to achieve financial success for high net-worth individuals or accredited investors,” said CEO, Christopher A. Smith. Smith states, “PINs can fill that void with a product that offers a fixed rate of return for a specific period of time and that will achieve higher rates of return than other investments such as FDIC-insured savings accounts, short-term CDs, and money markets.”
“PINs can fill that void with a product that offers a fixed rate of return for a specific period of time and that will achieve higher rates of return than other investments such as FDIC-insured savings accounts, short-term CDs, and money markets.”
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CSI PINs are a higher risk, non-FDIC insured product. PINs applications are normally processed in one business day or less. CSI offers Demand, One Year, and Two Year Notes. There are no hidden management or annual fees. CSI PINs website offers detailed information and an online application for interested investors.
Private Investment Notes are issued by CSI Holdings LLC and are offered only in the United States. CSI Holdings LLC is a diversified commercial finance company with a niche of lending to small businesses. Search www.csipins.com and www.csiholdingsllc.com for more information. This document does not constitute an offer to sell or a solicitation to invest in the PINs in any jurisdiction in which such offer or solicitation is not authorized, or to any person to whom it is unlawful to make such offer or solicitation in any such jurisdiction.
Neither the Securities and Exchange Commission nor any state securities commission has approved or disapproved these securities. Before you invest, you should read the Investment Memorandum and other documents from the issuer for more complete information about the issuer and this offering. You may get these documents for free by request from the issuer.