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Team Davor,

Therefore,lets take a little statistics on how long you will be tied to your loan( maybe eternity).

Initial Capital= 1001\$. (Capital back = 299 day + 120 days of option luck if taken)

1. Day 1 : daily interest 1.1% =11\$, after Auto reinvestment= 0.11 \$
2. Day 2 : daily Interest 1.5%= 15\$, After Auto reinvestment =0.23 \$
3. Day 3 : daily Interest 1.8% = 18\$, After Auto reinvestment = 0.32\$

This AR interest will be accessible and the amount is based on daily interest rate for another 299 Days before each of the Interest earned on initial capital (i,e 10\$, 15\$, 19\$ e.t.c) could be released to you after maturity days of 299 (each release on different date based on the date of Auto Reinvestment.)

Date of initial Investment = 01/01/2018, Capital Back Date=18/10/2018

Day 1 daily Interest reinvestment date = 02/01/2018, CB Date=19/10/2018

Day 2 daily interest reinvestment date =03/01/2018, CB Date = 20/10/2018

If you received daily interest on your initial Capital for 299 days before your Capital Back Date, it simply means you will get each of you daily interest, which is now your new capital, back after 299 days your date of investment.

299 X 299 X 299 …….. Common this is not reasonable, I cant just calculate the last date for my Earned Interest Return. the result is Error…… ….