Hola mis amigos!
Ever since I have seen sixspend.com, I cannot stop singing ”Kiss me out of the bearded barley” under my nose. The young ones will not remember this, but we, old guys, know that there was this infectious song one summer, and it was called ”Kiss me”, and the band was Sixpence None the Richer. I know, I know: ”Sixpence” and ”SixSpend” is not that similar to you, youngsters, but to my senior ears they’re just as good as twins.
SIXSPEND SOLUTION LIMITED, ”Winning Business Strategy”, is a private limited company registered in London (16 High Holborn, London, England, WC1V 6BX, to be exact) under 10105358 number, which was incorporated on April 6, 2016. What is highly unusual is that we get to know the director’s name, and even birthday but I’ll respect his privacy. The domain was registered on October 23, 2015 and is valid until October 23, 2017. The company’s website is secured with Comodo RSA Extended Validation Secure Server certificate which, also, expires on April 23, 2017. As far as the history behind the company goes, it’s all about ”online trust asset management” along with ”the acquaintance of persons and formation of a decent team of professionals whose skills, connections and talents are enough to create new business cells on the market”. What SIX Spend wants to do is to ”allow gaining profit via the Internet on stock and currency exchanges”, ”become the leading investment company on the market” and ”improve the effectiveness of mechanisms of efficient interaction between all the objects in the chain: investor – management company – portfolio manager - trader and automated trading terminal – profit – manager of the fund – investor”. It sounds super ambitious, but SIX Spend boasts being in business for over 10 years. Before I bestow my knowledge on you, let me just tell you a bit about the website itself. Despite the fact that it’s filled with reading materials, the page is rather simple. The graphics won’t send you through the roof, but it’s well organized and easy to navigate. The whole chess-evocation is efficient, by which I mean I feel smart just by browsing the page. Thank you Sixpence, I mean, SIX Spend.