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May 09, 2014, 07:52:45 PM
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Looking for a $2,000 cash/BTC loan. Paid in full by the desired date we agree on. I can provide all the information so if I default you can file a police report and I will go to jail + pay your loan.  Need this for a real world business I'm conducting. I will pay 15-30% back within the time frame given. I'm looking for at least 2 months. PM me or post here for any questions you have, or to contact me outside of the forum. Thank you.

Collateral Will Include:
Photo ID
Proof of residency
Cell phone number attached to all other personal info + landline number
Contract if you feel the need to make
All other information you may need to insure your loan will
be paid back

Here's some but not all of the business I've conducted on Bitcointalk, message me for feedback from other forums I'm on. - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=209742.0


Thanks for reading and I'm looking forward to doing business with you.
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Collateral Will Include:
Photo ID
Proof of residency
Cell phone number attached to all other personal info + landline number
Contract if you feel the need to make
All other information you may need to insure your loan will
be paid back

Come on Wardrick, you've been long enough to know that doesn't suit for a real collateral Wink

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May 11, 2014, 12:42:40 AM
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Collateral Will Include:
Photo ID
Proof of residency
Cell phone number attached to all other personal info + landline number
Contract if you feel the need to make
All other information you may need to insure your loan will
be paid back

Come on Wardrick, you've been long enough to know that doesn't suit for a real collateral Wink

Yeah it does, technically you can take me to court and sue if I don't pay it back. I think I'm trusted enough you wouldn't have to worry about that though. There's several ways to insure that the loan will be paid back.  I think that's about it if you're applying for a loan from a company, and your bank # and SSN. I could give my bank info but wouldn't be comfortable giving out my SSN.
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May 11, 2014, 12:45:48 AM
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Yeah it does, technically you can take me to court and sue if I don't pay it back. I think I'm trusted enough you wouldn't have to worry about that though. There's several ways to insure that the loan will be paid back.  I think that's about it if you're applying for a loan from a company, and your bank # and SSN. I could give my bank info but wouldn't be comfortable giving out my SSN.

Hey Wardrick, link ONE thread where someone has sued to recover a loan.

You know the rules - offer collateral or you don't get the loan.

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May 11, 2014, 12:50:27 AM
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Yeah it does, technically you can take me to court and sue if I don't pay it back. I think I'm trusted enough you wouldn't have to worry about that though. There's several ways to insure that the loan will be paid back.  I think that's about it if you're applying for a loan from a company, and your bank # and SSN. I could give my bank info but wouldn't be comfortable giving out my SSN.

Hey Wardrick, link ONE thread where someone has sued to recover a loan.

You know the rules - offer collateral or you don't get the loan.

I don't think you would have to sue just file a police report. What do you recommend me offering as collateral?
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May 11, 2014, 12:52:18 AM
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I don't think you would have to sue just file a police report. What do you recommend me offering as collateral?

And how would filing a police report get our money back?  Hint:  It wouldn't.  Police deal with criminal complaints, not civil ones.

Here is your collateral information:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=577765.0

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May 11, 2014, 01:14:49 AM
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I don't think you would have to sue just file a police report. What do you recommend me offering as collateral?

And how would filing a police report get our money back?  Hint:  It wouldn't.  Police deal with criminal complaints, not civil ones.

Here is your collateral information:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=577765.0

Ah totally missed that thread. Closing this now.
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