Howdy! After reading a daily chat thread in r/indonesia I discovered that there are a few options to Tanifund, which like we saw earlier is a farm investing program that combines your funds with farmers who need them. Here’s a Vestifarm review for y’all today.
- Most investment opportunities on this site are long-term and last for at least 2 years. However, there are also short-term investment opportunities that last 5 months.
Minimum investment: Rp. 1.500.000 – 2.500.000
Requirements: Indonesian bank account
Pros of Vestifarm:
-Minimum investments are lower (around 1-2 jt).
-Shorter time periods make this a good option for short-term investments.
Cons of Vestifarm:
-Terrible UI. Absolutely not user-friendly at all.
-No photos and lack of detail creates distrust among users.
-Unclear calculations are difficult to visualize.
-No mobile application.
-Sells out very quickly.
Ick. The only reason I would use this service is if I wanted a short-term return. But I would do so begrudgingly, because I hate the user interface and the service is just so…. not intuitive.
Feel free to see a comparison chart of all the investment programs I’ve reviewed so far here.