With the purchase of a so-called Marketing-Managed-Package – MMP, a silent partnership agreement is concluded between the purchaser and T4-Network LLC. The silent partner joins a group of silent partners. In your role as a silent partner, you help finance the company (especially in the marketing segment) through your financial participation.
The silent partner has no responsibilities within T4-Network or even its management. The silent partner remains anonymous and is not registered in any register or reported to any other authority.
The silent partner fulfills his contractual obligation by contributing his purchase price of the respective MMP. By paying the purchase price, he accepts these contractual conditions.
Other contractual conditions:
The silent partner (in this case the group of all silent partners) has a 40% share in the profits and losses.
An obligation beyond his paid-in contribution is excluded.
The individual claim results from the shares pro rata of the monetary value. How many MMP (denomination 50$) the silent partner has in relation to the rest of the group (i.e. all silent partners in their entirety).
The silent partner can increase his shares by acquiring additional MMP. Each MMP creates another separate contract.
The silent partner receives 15 equal monthly payments, which include his corresponding profit distributions as well as his return of capital.
Once these 15 tranches have been paid out, the silent partnership agreement expires.
The company “smoothes” the profits and pays in equal installments. Depending on the group.
There are three different groups of MMP i.e. silent participations, but in their totality they form the above mentioned group of all silent participants. These are listed below.
Any losses, or shifts to the disadvantage of the Company, are borne by the Company, whose share of the profits is then correspondingly smaller.
In this respect, the Company already waives its share of profits in whole or in part. The silent partner’s share of profits has priority.
The silent partner already agrees today to the withdrawal of any additional profit of the company above the 60% in return. Accordingly, he irrevocably waives the right to claim any profits exceeding the amount of the monthly distributions. Should such profits accrue, they shall constitute compensation for the expenses and possible losses from the smoothing operations to be carried out.
The silent partner declares at the beginning of the contract (after payment of the purchase price of the MMP) that he will not receive any salary or other wage from T4-Network LLC.
Furthermore, the dormant partner declares that he will maintain silence about all facts he learns about the daily business.
Premature termination of the contract is excluded.
The possibilities of payment of the respective company share (MMP) result from the conditions in the marketplace.
Payments are made exclusively via the private dashboard within the T4-Pro.com platform, from where they can be accessed and used at any time.
The silent partner expressly waives the right to inspect the balance sheet.
Four different groups of silent participants (MMP):
Group 1: $50 to $1,000
Group 2: $1,100 to $5,000
Group 3: $5,100 to $10,000
The total payment
to the silent partners as a monthly payment, which includes both profit sharing
and capital repayment, is made a total of 15 times.
The first payment
is made at the beginning of the month following the start of the contract
(payment received by T4-Network LLC).
Group 1: receives 9 % per month, i.e. a
total of 135 % of the participation capital (15 months).
Group 2: receives 10 % per month, i.e. a
total of 150 % of the participation capital (15 months).
Group 3: receives 12 % per month, i.e. a
total of 180 % of the equity capital (15 months).
This corresponds to
an effective profit percentage per year of:
Group 1: 28 %
Group 2: 40 %
Group 3: 64 %
Place of jurisdiction is Florida USA
“Should individual provisions of this contract be invalid or unenforceable or become invalid or unenforceable after conclusion of the contract, the validity of the rest of the contract shall remain unaffected. The invalid or unenforceable provision shall be replaced by a valid and enforceable provision whose effects most closely approximate the economic objective pursued by the contracting parties with the invalid or unenforceable provision. The above provisions shall apply mutatis mutandis in the event that the contract proves to be incomplete.”