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August 15, 2017, 10:44:45 AM
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Hey all,

I recently stumbled upon this website: https://moneybanker.com/dk/ they operate in multiple countries, from what I can tell. Have any of you ever heard of them, and/or know if they can be trusted for a loan?
I'd prefer if I could take up a loan through a professional service rather than from private user like the ones here: lending.

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August 15, 2017, 10:56:02 AM
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Hey all,

I recently stumbled upon this website: https://moneybanker.com/dk/ they operate in multiple countries, from what I can tell. Have any of you ever heard of them, and/or know if they can be trusted for a loan?
I'd prefer if I could take up a loan through a professional service rather than from private user like the ones here: lending.

Thank you for all your replies.

Then why post here when you could simply just google and do your research? There is no point of going to that site, and even if you wanted a loan from here, unless you have valid collateral, you wouldnt be getting one.
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August 15, 2017, 01:52:45 PM
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Hey all,

I recently stumbled upon this website: https://moneybanker.com/dk/ they operate in multiple countries, from what I can tell. Have any of you ever heard of them, and/or know if they can be trusted for a loan?
I'd prefer if I could take up a loan through a professional service rather than from private user like the ones here: lending.

Thank you for all your replies.

I wonder what you are now doing here if you are not interested in patronizing the services being offered at this section of the forum. And again, you didnt stumble on that site rather, its either you created it or you are affiliated to someone who does because there is no way you stumble on something like that and what you are trying to achieve is to increase the traffic on that site and nothing else on the contrary.

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August 16, 2017, 04:36:12 AM
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Hey all,

I recently stumbled upon this website: https://moneybanker.com/dk/ they operate in multiple countries, from what I can tell. Have any of you ever heard of them, and/or know if they can be trusted for a loan?
I'd prefer if I could take up a loan through a professional service rather than from private user like the ones here: lending.

Thank you for all your replies.


He is probably hoping (funny they do this) that lenders here would discourage him from using the so-called lender site he suggested and instead offer him a loan here. These people are so creative and will say/do anything to deceive.

The desperation is so obvious in the choice of words and the calculating way of leading readers here to agree with his line of thinking... if lenders here can be trusted to give him a loan instead of the idea of him being trusted enough to get one.

 


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August 17, 2017, 06:18:24 AM
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Hey all,

I recently stumbled upon this website: https://moneybanker.com/dk/ they operate in multiple countries, from what I can tell. Have any of you ever heard of them, and/or know if they can be trusted for a loan?
I'd prefer if I could take up a loan through a professional service rather than from private user like the ones here: lending.

Thank you for all your replies.

Then why post here when you could simply just google and do your research? There is no point of going to that site, and even if you wanted a loan from here, unless you have valid collateral, you wouldnt be getting one.

He might just want to get the feedback about a bitcoin service in the largest forum related to bit[Suspicious link removed]gle search doesn't necessarily takes you to the correct review.

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August 19, 2017, 02:25:27 AM
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yes  this page is about  loans and serves in several countries but it is the same as if you go to the bank you  should qualify for the loan
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August 28, 2017, 09:02:00 AM
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Lots of websites like that in Scandinavia for example https://www.compricer.se/ and https://www.finansi.se/, private loan affiliate companies are very profitable
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February 06, 2018, 10:49:31 AM
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Yes indeed there are a lot of this sites, from Denmark there are other sites like https://Billigzonen.dk or you can choose a bank from Denmark like https://www.spks.dk
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