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August 20, 2011, 05:33:39 AM
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Hello all,

I'm fairly new to the BTC scene, but I plan to be around for a while.

I'm on probation for Criminal Damage to Property, and my restitution date is coming up in a week here, and if it is not paid, I will be arrested and revocated of my probation, forcing me to sit in jail for a year.

What I'm asking for is a loan of 30 BTC, so I can cash these out for roughly $300, and with my $200 paycheck, I should be able to pay off my restitution completely by the August 25th due-date.

I realize I'm a new member here, but I am willing to provide you anything to ensure you will receive your money back. I'm talking Drivers License scan, pictures of my house, car, license plate, facebook page, etc etc. Anything else you can think of short of my social security number can also be arranged.

I have already had my date on this extended, and the courts are simply not willing to do anything else to help me out.

I realize I got myself into this position, but I'm asking for your help.

So, if you got into the BTC game early, or you're mining and making alot of BTC, and are willing to help me out, please get in contact with me. I work roughly 25 hours a week, and I have been paying as much as I can on this, as well as paying bills and whatnot. I haven't even gone out to dinner in the past year as all my money goes to bills or this situation.

I'd be willing to pay back with a hefty amount of interest, but as the interest goes up, my time needed to pay back will go up as well.

Montly, I make around $800-$850, and after bills, each month I'm left with anywhere from $150-$250.

So, the loan could be repaid in full with interest in 2 months tops. I can pay all together in 2 months, or I could pay in installments of $50/week.

Someone, anyone, please help me!

I wouldn't necessarily need the whole loan from a single person all at once, but I do need the whole sum of the money. $300 is on the low end, and I am already planning to have to borrow ~$100 from my mother to get the whole thing paid off.

I can pay back with BTC yes, I will just convert the USD into BTC via WU/Tradehill or however the easiest way to do it would be.

ke I said, ANYTHING you request that is within reason, to ensure the security that you get paid back, I will provide.

I know it's strange that I'm here asking for bitcoins for this, but I have no idea where else to turn. I really have no physical assets to put up to anybody in my area for a loan, or a bank or anything, and my mother can't afford to do this, as she's been bailing me out of trouble this whole time, and the mortgage payment is more important. I can't blame her, as like I said, I created the situation. I know she'd help me if she could.

There has to be someone here willing to do this...

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August 20, 2011, 06:18:05 AM
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I will agree to most any loan terms.

There has to be some sort of contract we can make up that would technically make the loan $USD, and I could sign it and fax it back, so it could hold up in a small claims court for you.

I'm sure BTC aren't covered, but if the loan is in USD and we just so happen to make the exchange with BTC I'm sure it would be covered?


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August 20, 2011, 06:21:39 AM
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I will agree to most any loan terms.

There has to be some sort of contract we can make up that would technically make the loan $USD, and I could sign it and fax it back, so it could hold up in a small claims court for you.

I'm sure BTC aren't covered, but if the loan is in USD and we just so happen to make the exchange with BTC I'm sure it would be covered?


As long as he gives you a receipt for proof of payment, it's gravy.
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August 20, 2011, 09:07:23 AM
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I got this covered.

Thanks to all who read!

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