Henderson, NV, Nov. 19, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Forwardly, Inc. (OTCMKT: FORW), announced today that it has arranged for $2 million in debt financing from its CEO, George Sharp. Under the terms of the 12 month loan, Mr. Sharp shall be entitled to an interest rate of 8% APR. The loan is not subject to conversion into Forwardly stock.
Proceeds from the loan will be used to immediately purchase 10 million shares of HUMBL, Inc. (OTCMKT: HMBL) through the partial exercise of a warrant the company holds to purchase up to 125 million warrant shares through December 2023 at $.20 per share. Forwardly will be unable to sell these shares until they are registered with the SEC, and the company has no intention of disposing of any stock at depreciated values.
About HUMBL, Inc.
HUMBL is a consumer blockchain company working to simplify blockchain use cases across verticals like mobile payments, ticketing, NFTs and real estate.
About Forwardly, Inc.
Forwardly is an opportunity investor seeking to partner in fresh ideas. The company is headed by George Sharp, a longtime whistleblower, advocate against microcap fraud, and defender of shareholder rights. In addition to his continued participation in these activities, Mr. Sharp consults to public companies, attorneys and those associated with the financial markets. He is also a former consultant to OTC Markets Group, Inc. Further information about Forwardly, Inc. can be obtained through its website at www.ForwardlyPlaced.com
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