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I have now received 2 offers of loans from [email protected] Can someone give me any ideas?
KnottyPine 419Eater is my life
Joined: 24 Dec 2007
Location: So many Soludos, so little time
Sun Sep 27, 2009 2:16 am
Can you post the letter? That will help us in giving you some suggestions.
you make me feel like crying
Why is it so difficult to receive money from you.I am having a hunch that you are delibrately making it difficult for me.I want you to remember all the problems you have put me through from your first bank transfer to the second one to our London account to this very western Union that you sent more than a week ago. You are putting me through all kind of stress just to receive money from you.
kindly please for God sake re-send it again in a proper way
you are making things so complicated for me...i can no longer condole all this stress you are making me pass through
Your are so honest i like the way you act.
you are playing games with me, but I still want to beleive in you because I have no much choices right now.
windypops "You'll be sorry"
Joined: 25 Jan 2005
Location: Planet X
Sun Sep 27, 2009 7:03 am
Loan lads are great fun. Basically you want the BIGGEST loan for the LOWEST interest.
Joined: 12 Dec 2007
Location: Connecting my chair and keyboard
Sun Sep 27, 2009 11:22 am
Loan lads can be fun, they feel they have to behave all pompous like a banker instead of the oxygen wastes they are, so expect to find out just how grateful you should be to be offered this loan. Try not to educate them with terms like LIBOR, just hack away at the interest rate whilst adding things to the loan and extending the term of it. At each stage, get a fresh calculation from the lad for the interest payable, all the fees, etc. Get confused, fail to understand compound interest and ask why a loan of 100000 at 3% doesn't mean you pay 30,000 each year until it reaches 100000. Lots of fun in maths ahead, if you're up for it!
PS - all your lad wants is the 'upfront fee' of course, so the rest is entirely fictional - which means you need show no shame in how low you can get the interest rate
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