Write this date down ... March 1, 2018!
That's the day thousands of American taxpayers will start collecting huge checks that make the average Social Security payment of $1,342 look like mincemeat.
To be clear, this is not a government program ... it's much better than that.
For example, Doug Smith — a 46-year-old from Joplin, Missouri — is set to collect $24,075. And Lisa Luhrman, a 57-year-old in Tulsa, Oklahoma is cashing in an even bigger check for $66,570.
And there are many more cashing in now that word is getting out ...
Reuters reported that these checks are "delivering a windfall."
Motley Fool said the "cash payouts are sky-high."
And Seeking Alpha called them a "hidden gem."
To find out how you can get these checks, click here (it's free).
But you must get details by March 1.
If you don't sign up by then, your opportunity to see how to collect these massive 4-digit (and even 5-digit) checks will be gone.
Getting started is simple.
All you have to do is watch this video and follow the simple instructions before March 1.
But don't wait ... you must act today before it's too late.