SAM Copes Up With The Pandemic And Manages To Reward Its Subscribers

Most of the people and businesses were heavily hit by the pandemic and the lockdowns. But they took another heavy blow due to the recession.

With the problems in mind, we should learn to innovate and cope up with the present environment. We should now increase our online presence and put our businesses online or make our work online. We, Ganda Negosyo, also have coped up with these times along with our partner, SAM.

Others are still in the dark looking for financial sources and hoping for the aid to come during this time of Covid-19 pandemic, while Smart Asset Managers’ (SAM) subscribers enjoying and reaping their financial rewards.

SAM founder, Rommel Santos said, they have learned to cope up with the global virus and they could hardly feel the financial impact of the health disease in terms of subscription. Except that the ongoing Modified Enhanced Community Quarantine (MECQ) has delayed the compliance with some government amenabilities in the Philippines before SAM can “fully” operate in the country.

“This only means that Covid-19 cannot stop us in doing what we are doing now,” Santos said. Seemingly, SAM has prepared for the global outbreak.

The rewards received by subscribers are pumped in daily in their respective wallets or accounts, regardless whether there is Covid-19 or otherwise, Santos explained.

Meanwhile, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has released the certificate for SAM Asset Managers Project Developments (SAMPD) last Friday, July 31, making the operation in this aspect, legal. Other pending licenses and registration for conventional businesses are for SAM Remittance, SAM Ride, SAM Delivery, among others.

“We do not want to invest. We don’t want to be part of the businesses. We only want to leverage in these businesses,” Santos said in reference to the subscription placed by people who believe in the DDK (Dinar Dirham Koin – SAM’s preferred