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January 18, 2018, 08:15:26 PM
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Would anyone consider shares in private equity fund worth 150,000 usd as valid collateral for 11 btc?
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January 18, 2018, 10:08:16 PM
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Would anyone consider shares in private equity fund worth 150,000 usd as valid collateral for 11 btc?

Of course not,are you completely insane?!
Private equity fund means nothing. Total strangers,no legitimacy,nothing to cover what you said and shady/black/dirty money.

If you want to know what consider as valid here,read this.
Anything else is almost worthless here.

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January 18, 2018, 10:10:24 PM
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Would anyone consider shares in private equity fund worth 150,000 usd as valid collateral for 11 btc?

Of course not,are you completely insane?!
Private equity fund means nothing. Total strangers,no legitimacy,nothing to cover what you said and shady/black/dirty money.

If you want to know what consider as valid here,read this.
Anything else is almost worthless here.

You are incorrect because it can be sold for 150,000 usd currently so therefore it does have a value
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January 18, 2018, 10:22:29 PM
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Would anyone consider shares in private equity fund worth 150,000 usd as valid collateral for 11 btc?

Of course not,are you completely insane?!
Private equity fund means nothing. Total strangers,no legitimacy,nothing to cover what you said and shady/black/dirty money.

If you want to know what consider as valid here,read this.
Anything else is almost worthless here.

You are incorrect because it can be sold for 150,000 usd currently so therefore it does have a value

So sell it or go to a bank and get a letter of guarantee from them.
Again read this and offer something from these valid collaterals.

The only thing that you can get if you continue this story,it will be some red paint.

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January 18, 2018, 10:53:44 PM
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Would anyone consider shares in private equity fund worth 150,000 usd as valid collateral for 11 btc?

Of course not,are you completely insane?!
Private equity fund means nothing. Total strangers,no legitimacy,nothing to cover what you said and shady/black/dirty money.

If you want to know what consider as valid here,read this.
Anything else is almost worthless here.

You are incorrect because it can be sold for 150,000 usd currently so therefore it does have a value

Unless proven otherwise, it is unlikely it can be sold for that much. If it could, why not go get a loan from a bank with the shares being held? You know why you cant? Because its not something on a public exchange. Private equity is pretty much useless to anyone, even if the business is successful. You have to follow shareholder agreements as well, and if it can be transferred or sold.

Youre better off talking to someone who can really validate if its worth giving you a loan, and not here. No one is going to take the risk.
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January 19, 2018, 04:25:34 AM
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Would anyone consider shares in private equity fund worth 150,000 usd as valid collateral for 11 btc?

Seems like you are trying to sell nothing for a huge BTC. As far as I understand, private equity fund means the equity that many people hold, but the real money to represent the equity has been received or used by the business owner. Unless the business is making money and profitable, with some equivalent assets value, the equity itself has no value at all.

You might need to give more info about your business performance that is funded by your private equity above.
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January 22, 2018, 01:32:27 PM
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Would anyone consider shares in private equity fund worth 150,000 usd as valid collateral for 11 btc?

Of course not,are you completely insane?!
Private equity fund means nothing. Total strangers,no legitimacy,nothing to cover what you said and shady/black/dirty money.

If you want to know what consider as valid here,read this.
Anything else is almost worthless here.

You are incorrect because it can be sold for 150,000 usd currently so therefore it does have a value

Then why are you asking here for loan if it does have value. It is better for you to sold these shares and get your work done instead of taking btc loan. No one will consider your case; forget 11 btc, you will never get 1 btc on this collateral.
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January 25, 2018, 01:26:08 PM
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please contact martin, he can hell you : martin.lognon@yahoo.com
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