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January 25, 2017, 04:16:51 AM
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I want to take a loan of 0.0125 bitcoins and I will repay by 29th this month. I will provide this account as collateral.

Reason : Some personal commitments and I have to pay them Smiley .. will pay you 0.015 from my next payment as its coming from a client on skype around tomorrow night. max 29th.
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January 25, 2017, 04:28:51 AM
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I want to take a loan of 0.0125 bitcoins and I will repay by 29th this month. I will provide this account as collateral.

Reason : Some personal commitments and I have to pay them Smiley .. will pay you 0.015 from my next payment as its coming from a client on skype around tomorrow night. max 29th.

Do you have any other collateral other than your account? Its just risky with accounts now these days.
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January 25, 2017, 04:29:53 AM
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I want to take a loan of 0.0125 bitcoins and I will repay by 29th this month. I will provide this account as collateral.

Reason : Some personal commitments and I have to pay them Smiley .. will pay you 0.015 from my next payment as its coming from a client on skype around tomorrow night. max 29th.

Do you have any other collateral other than your account? Its just risky with accounts now these days.

Really I don't have anything else.
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January 25, 2017, 04:38:56 AM
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your account doesn't worth more than .003BTC. Giving you a loan is like buying an account worth nothing and giving away fee bitcoins.

Come back with a valid collateral , I will be more than happy to give you interest free loan.
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January 25, 2017, 10:16:36 AM
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your account doesn't worth more than .003BTC. Giving you a loan is like buying an account worth nothing and giving away fee bitcoins.

Come back with a valid collateral , I will be more than happy to give you interest free loan.

Indeed, the Collateral that you offer is not worth the Loan Amount that you ask.
Offer something more valuable and i can also fill this for you... Grin

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January 25, 2017, 08:03:47 PM
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Not to rip on anybody in particular here, guys, but... 0.0125 bitcoins is worth aprox. one dollar, fifteen cents. Goddamn, who in the world would ask for loan like that? Passerbyes one the street would probadly give you more.

And another one. What kind of borrower would think it is even worth reading such request? Even if interest was 100% which it is not... unless you live in place like Afghanistan, there is no real value.

By the way, if you live in Afghanistan, then you probadly dont have to stable internet connection to access this forum anyways.
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January 25, 2017, 08:19:01 PM
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Not to rip on anybody in particular here, guys, but... 0.0125 bitcoins is worth aprox. one dollar, fifteen cents. Goddamn, who in the world would ask for loan like that? Passerbyes one the street would probadly give you more.

And another one. What kind of borrower would think it is even worth reading such request? Even if interest was 100% which it is not... unless you live in place like Afghanistan, there is no real value.

By the way, if you live in Afghanistan, then you probadly dont have to stable internet connection to access this forum anyways.

Sorry man but i think that something is wrong with your...eyes maybe? Shocked
or you live in another time and space... Grin

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January 25, 2017, 09:09:59 PM
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Not to rip on anybody in particular here, guys, but... 0.0125 bitcoins is worth aprox. one dollar, fifteen cents. Goddamn, who in the world would ask for loan like that? Passerbyes one the street would probadly give you more.

And another one. What kind of borrower would think it is even worth reading such request? Even if interest was 100% which it is not... unless you live in place like Afghanistan, there is no real value.

By the way, if you live in Afghanistan, then you probadly dont have to stable internet connection to access this forum anyways.

if 0.0125 btc is a dollar for you, why are you wearing and promoting a site for pennies dude ? And I guess you need to come back from late 2012's or you might sell our precious btc for 1$ each lol
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January 26, 2017, 07:32:59 AM
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Starlightbreaker,

wow, actually, there was something with my eyes, you are completely right. Shouldnt post here right before night shifts, my judgement just goes hazy. Thanks anyway for pointing it out, man.

TurbacoLiam,

you might get better chance on getting loan, if you try to type it out in proper english.
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January 26, 2017, 08:13:40 AM
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Not to rip on anybody in particular here, guys, but... 0.0125 bitcoins is worth aprox. one dollar, fifteen cents. Goddamn, who in the world would ask for loan like that? Passerbyes one the street would probadly give you more.

And another one. What kind of borrower would think it is even worth reading such request? Even if interest was 100% which it is not... unless you live in place like Afghanistan, there is no real value.

By the way, if you live in Afghanistan, then you probadly dont have to stable internet connection to access this forum anyways.

if 0.0125 btc is a dollar for you, why are you wearing and promoting a site for pennies dude ? And I guess you need to come back from late 2012's or you might sell our precious btc for 1$ each lol
0.0125 BTC is around $13-$14 USD and not $1 USD? correct me if I am wrong
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January 26, 2017, 08:21:11 AM
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Starlightbreaker,

wow, actually, there was something with my eyes, you are completely right. Shouldnt post here right before night shifts, my judgement just goes hazy. Thanks anyway for pointing it out, man.

TurbacoLiam,

you might get better chance on getting loan, if you try to type it out in proper english.

dude where did I used poor English
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January 26, 2017, 08:21:30 AM
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Not to rip on anybody in particular here, guys, but... 0.0125 bitcoins is worth aprox. one dollar, fifteen cents. Goddamn, who in the world would ask for loan like that? Passerbyes one the street would probadly give you more.

And another one. What kind of borrower would think it is even worth reading such request? Even if interest was 100% which it is not... unless you live in place like Afghanistan, there is no real value.

By the way, if you live in Afghanistan, then you probadly dont have to stable internet connection to access this forum anyways.

if 0.0125 btc is a dollar for you, why are you wearing and promoting a site for pennies dude ? And I guess you need to come back from late 2012's or you might sell our precious btc for 1$ each lol
0.0125 BTC is around $13-$14 USD and not $1 USD? correct me if I am wrong


Yes something like that. He is just dizzy with his late work I think.
But it is still not enough for a member rank. He needs a little more than that. Or maybe he knows someone who could be trusted that will back up the loan in case something happen. That is little money but still trust is needed here.

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