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May 19, 2017, 12:40:44 AM
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I'm new to the loan process what i'm looking for is someone that has been around and doing it and can either show me the ropes so to speak or we can become partners I have a couple of BTC to work with. If this is posted in the wrong section i can move it.

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May 19, 2017, 12:45:58 AM
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I would be glad to talk and speak with you! I am quite familiar with the lending business and have been in this section for a long time, but never had significant capital to invest. I would love to be a manager/partner for you. Do you have a Skype so we can talk?

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May 19, 2017, 12:47:48 AM
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I would be glad to talk and speak with you! I am quite familiar with the lending business and have been in this section for a long time, but never had significant capital to invest. I would love to be a manager/partner for you. Do you have a Skype so we can talk?

I'll PM you my info see if we can work something out.

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May 19, 2017, 12:49:40 AM
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I would be glad to talk and speak with you! I am quite familiar with the lending business and have been in this section for a long time, but never had significant capital to invest. I would love to be a manager/partner for you. Do you have a Skype so we can talk?

I'll PM you my info see if we can work something out.
Cool, and thanks! Together we can hopefully compete with the big lenders like Lone shark and Darkstar

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May 19, 2017, 01:07:50 AM
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I would be glad to talk and speak with you! I am quite familiar with the lending business and have been in this section for a long time, but never had significant capital to invest. I would love to be a manager/partner for you. Do you have a Skype so we can talk?

I'll PM you my info see if we can work something out.
Cool, and thanks! Together we can hopefully compete with the big lenders like Lone shark and Darkstar

I am flattered, never knew I was a big lender. I would say that the biggest lenders here are zazarb and frilledshark. Can't really compare what I give out to theirs. I would say that there are a lot of supply of lenders and not really a lot of borrowers.

Just be careful with scammers, it's pretty hard to identify those that just want to get the loan and default. I would say to stay away from accepting accounts as collateral. I am about to move away too from accepting them as they are actually useless when the borrower defaults. I have never sold a defaulted account ever. I just hid them away from sight and never did anything with them. Solid collateral are altcoins, good domains, maybe physical goods, etc., do your research.

This is a bad example of how to be a lender -> https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1851570.0;all
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May 19, 2017, 01:25:56 AM
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I would be glad to talk and speak with you! I am quite familiar with the lending business and have been in this section for a long time, but never had significant capital to invest. I would love to be a manager/partner for you. Do you have a Skype so we can talk?

I'll PM you my info see if we can work something out.
Cool, and thanks! Together we can hopefully compete with the big lenders like Lone shark and Darkstar

I am flattered, never knew I was a big lender. I would say that the biggest lenders here are zazarb and frilledshark. Can't really compare what I give out to theirs. I would say that there are a lot of supply of lenders and not really a lot of borrowers.

Just be careful with scammers, it's pretty hard to identify those that just want to get the loan and default. I would say to stay away from accepting accounts as collateral. I am about to move away too from accepting them as they are actually useless when the borrower defaults. I have never sold a defaulted account ever. I just hid them away from sight and never did anything with them. Solid collateral are altcoins, good domains, maybe physical goods, etc., do your research.

This is a bad example of how to be a lender -> https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1851570.0;all
I appreciate all the tips you give me i see a lot of people on here just expecting loans just because they ask. I not to sure about signing notes and stuff like that

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May 19, 2017, 01:43:16 AM
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I would be glad to talk and speak with you! I am quite familiar with the lending business and have been in this section for a long time, but never had significant capital to invest. I would love to be a manager/partner for you. Do you have a Skype so we can talk?

I'll PM you my info see if we can work something out.
Cool, and thanks! Together we can hopefully compete with the big lenders like Lone shark and Darkstar

I am flattered, never knew I was a big lender. I would say that the biggest lenders here are zazarb and frilledshark. Can't really compare what I give out to theirs. I would say that there are a lot of supply of lenders and not really a lot of borrowers.

Just be careful with scammers, it's pretty hard to identify those that just want to get the loan and default. I would say to stay away from accepting accounts as collateral. I am about to move away too from accepting them as they are actually useless when the borrower defaults. I have never sold a defaulted account ever. I just hid them away from sight and never did anything with them. Solid collateral are altcoins, good domains, maybe physical goods, etc., do your research.

This is a bad example of how to be a lender -> https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1851570.0;all
You may not be the biggest lender in terms of size of loans, but your nice graphic images and terms and conditions are basically a perfect lender's dream. Low interest rates too!

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May 19, 2017, 01:46:01 AM
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I not to sure about signing notes and stuff like that

You should probably familiarize yourself with the specifics before entering the lending niche. Here's a very watered down explanation of signing messages: In order to verify* that the current account owner of a loan requester is not a new account owner (either through an account sale or hack), you can ask for them to sign a message using a bitcoin address posted by them several months back. This is mainly to prevent account hackers from hacking accounts, requesting no collateral loans (or offering the account itself as collateral), and then defaulting.

* - there are cases when, during account sales, the previous owner sells the private key of a posted bitcoin address along with the account to the new account owner, so that the new account owner can sign messages with the previously posted bitcoin address.
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May 19, 2017, 07:01:15 AM
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I not to sure about signing notes and stuff like that

You should probably familiarize yourself with the specifics before entering the lending niche. Here's a very watered down explanation of signing messages: In order to verify* that the current account owner of a loan requester is not a new account owner (either through an account sale or hack), you can ask for them to sign a message using a bitcoin address posted by them several months back. This is mainly to prevent account hackers from hacking accounts, requesting no collateral loans (or offering the account itself as collateral), and then defaulting.

* - there are cases when, during account sales, the previous owner sells the private key of a posted bitcoin address along with the account to the new account owner, so that the new account owner can sign messages with the previously posted bitcoin address.

Very good and very accurate explanation about sign a message.
Because of this *, you don't know 100% that the borrower is indeed the "original" owner of any btctalk account... Roll Eyes

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May 19, 2017, 11:01:22 AM
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A good reason why lenders should stop accepting accounts as collateral. There is still that 50/50 chance of a user defaulting if they use their account as collateral. Usually greater if you spot signs that the user is planning on selling an account (eg https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1914994.msg19005373#msg19005373). Sometimes people arent that stupid to give direct hints but you could easily find patterns in their post history.
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May 19, 2017, 12:16:08 PM
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If theres a big three in Escrow, theres also a big 5 in Lending and you can contact them or send them a PM to get some tips or points to consider in diving into the lending business.
Zazarb
Frilledshark
Darkstar
Condoras
Lone Shark
The names above are not in order but those are the active lenders here that can help you (no offense to those I didnt mention)

There are also those who are seasonal or occasional lenders as I call them, they are the type of lenders who doesnt have their own lending thread, lends very seldom and lends only to known members of the forum to protect their investment.
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