Yamasha venture limited, India’s fastest-growing investment consulting and financial service provider, is setting high standards with the profit it’s giving clients. As per recent statistics, more than 11,000 clients are currently connected to Yamasha and gaining profit. The unique concept of ‘auto investment’ has become so popular in no time. After winning the award for the most trusted investment consultant of the year, its popularity is increasing for obvious reasons.
> According to Ms Yamini Sharma, CFO of Yamasha venture limited- “the biggest hurdle in our success is the trust issue that is not letting the end client invest his savings and grow it. But to make a profit, you must keep your fears aside and take a step forward. Investing your money in the most trusted investment consultant of the year and gaining assured profit every month along with a lot of rewards is far better than doubting us and having great regret for life long that you could have invested your money in the right place and gained a great profit.”
> Ms Sharma says that there are tons of fraud and fake ventures around the market that are running tempting schemes to catfish innocent people, and once the client gets into their web, they reap as much money from the client as they can. No doubt that after the pandemic, everyone is very aware of this kind of venture, but at the same time, because of these kinds of fraudulent people and happenings, genuine experiences that are willing to serve their clients are getting hate points for absolutely no reason.
> Ms Sharma says it feels so cheap when people often doubt us and ask silly questions. For example, once a fund manager of someone called me and started shooting questions about the venture, and after that, he was willing to spit out my entire knowledge of the stock market in just 5 minutes over the call. He also treated me very poorly, as if I was an annoying tele caller from a cheap advisory firm. The incident was quite awkward and bad for me because neither I nor anyone from the venture supports such behaviour towards anyone. The man was talking to me in a damn disrespectful and insulting manner, which was why I had to hang up the call. It was a pathetic experience and very painful to know that such toxic and mannerless people exist in the world that doesn’t even know how to talk to a woman.
People should understand that just because we are the people behind the venture and we hold good positions in it, it doesn’t mean we are here to give tests about how much knowledge we have in our fields. As responsible people, we know our responsibilities and liabilities very well, but it doesn’t mean that anyone can come to us and start shooting questions as if we need to pass the test to gain our client’s trust.
> Second and very important thing is humanity. At Yamasha venture limited, we never disrespect or insult our management, employees, workers, cleaners, clients, or even our office assistants and sweepers. Then no one should disrespect us… we think.
> We are the only venture serving the nation and trying to make life better for a middle-class Indian through the profit we offer. And in this case, we expect the same respect from the entire world.
> Instead of asking these awkward questions to the people sitting in positions like CFO, director, promoter or founder and co-founder, it’s better to follow a few easy steps and decide whether the venture is safe to invest in.
> First, being a public limited venture is a big deal. In the present scenario, it takes a lot of time, documentation, capital, and effort to be registered as a public limited company. A fraud venture will never make this much effort, or simply a fraud venture won’t believe in the legal process.
> Getting approval from SEBI and BSE is not a toddler’s deal. So the client should remember that if a venture wants to get the money and run away, then why will it spend time and capital to get these approvals…
> The quality of the website and mobile application of the venture also indicates if that is a genuine venture. Of course, a fraud venture will never spend money on a high-end dynamic website or a user-friendly and trendy mobile application. They will, as usual, try to use the cheapest option to get money, like through calls, telegram groups or WhatsApp groups etc.
> No doubt that everyone is in love with his hard-earned money and wants to invest it in the right hands, but judging someone without any solid reason is not a good idea. The entire world is trying to make a profit and grow in life, but it’s up to you and your wiseness that you will choose the right option, or you will be trapped in the web of tempting but fraudulent ventures…