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Jigster
Posted - 2011.07.26 21:21:00 - [1]
 

Edited by: Jigster on 27/07/2011 05:20:22
Edited by: Jigster on 26/07/2011 22:01:40
Hello,

I'd like to secure a loan for the stated amount of 750 million ISK, full repayment to occur no more than thirty days from ISK receipt. The ISK is to be used to purchase raw materials for manufacturing.

I am already building from 84 BPO's but have just purchased a freighter as the volume has become excessive for four industrials to carry. As such I require capital to purchase more raw materials.

I will repay the loan within thirty days at a daily compound rate equivalent to 8% per thirty days.

Thank you for reading,

Jigster.

Edit: Just realised I should have offered to multiple investors to make it easier to facilitate, willing to accept multiple investors to say minimum 25 mill each? Will pay the daily rate from the date of receipt of each payee.

trance atlas
Posted - 2011.07.26 22:26:00 - [2]
 

Hi, have someone hold onto the bpos for collateral you can still produce off of them and lower your interest rate some.

Jigster
Posted - 2011.07.26 22:38:00 - [3]
 

Thanks for the suggestion, where and how does the person hold onto the BPs? I'm aware of this method but don't fully understand the mechanics of it.

Do they have to be in my corporation? If not do I hand them over as third party collateral and then build from them? If I do hand the BPs over how do I build from them?

I know these are questions I could answer with some basic forum searches but it was a cash flow thing and if it involves more complicated dealings I think I'd rather just take the hit in production.

Jigtser

AtheistOfFail
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Posted - 2011.07.26 23:56:00 - [4]
 

Originally by: Jigster
Thanks for the suggestion, where and how does the person hold onto the BPs? I'm aware of this method but don't fully understand the mechanics of it.

Do they have to be in my corporation? If not do I hand them over as third party collateral and then build from them? If I do hand the BPs over how do I build from them?

I know these are questions I could answer with some basic forum searches but it was a cash flow thing and if it involves more complicated dealings I think I'd rather just take the hit in production.

Jigtser


If you build from a station, a trusted third party should be capable of loading the jobs if you contract the mins. If it's a little more complicated and needs to be PoS built, it might be harder to secure.

trance atlas
Posted - 2011.07.27 00:51:00 - [5]
 

Originally by: Jigster
Thanks for the suggestion, where and how does the person hold onto the BPs? I'm aware of this method but don't fully understand the mechanics of it.

Do they have to be in my corporation? If not do I hand them over as third party collateral and then build from them? If I do hand the BPs over how do I build from them?

I know these are questions I could answer with some basic forum searches but it was a cash flow thing and if it involves more complicated dealings I think I'd rather just take the hit in production.

Jigtser


I make or join a Corp become CEO then give you read only acces too the bpos and you build like nothing was different

Dethmourne Silvermane
Gallente
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Black Legion.
Posted - 2011.07.27 01:03:00 - [6]
 

I can arrange the loan for you, if you join my alt corp (or if you have a POS up and are building there, I can put an alt into your corp for the duration of the loan as CEO and sole shareholder).

I could give you 5%/30 days on such an arrangement.

Jigster
Posted - 2011.07.27 05:20:00 - [7]
 

Thank you all for the information and suggestions, I'm going to try and secure the ISK privately or just work with what I've got left over.

Jigster.


 

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