Chocolate Bond up to 7.29% return in chocolate from £2000 investment - HotUKDeals
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There will be two values of Chocolate Bond available: £2,000 and £4,000, both with the exciting twist that the return will be paid in chocolate via free monthly Tasting Boxes.

Holders of the £2,000 Chocolate Bond will receive six free Tasting Boxes a year worth £107.70 per year which is equivalent to a 5.38% return (6.72% gross return for a basic rate taxpayer) and those holding the £4,000 Chocolate Bond will receive 13 free Tasting Boxes a full years supply! Worth £233.35 per year which is equivalent to a 5.83% return (7.29% gross return for a basic rate taxpayer).
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6y, 6m agoFound 6 years, 6 months ago

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so your return is just in free chocolate?

cant find it on the website do you have a direct link

just did a quick serch and still didnt find anything official but a not on

The bonds are available exclusively to Chocolate Tasting Club members and can be redeemed in full after three years.

3 YEARS?????
direct link is can also be found on the main website by scrolling down
uh... I must be missing something here, cos this sounds like the most godawful, worst idea EVER.
Am I correct in saying its £2,000 for chocolate taster boxes?

Pass -
Guys - you give £2k. Get chocolate (instead of interest which at today's rates is about 1% (about £12 after tax).

You still can get your money back. Not £2k for chocolate!!!
The company are doing this in order to raise 5million for expansion, rather than borrow the money from the banks...if they go bust you loose you money although that seams extremely unlikely looking at the companies success to date.

Good story on them here

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