ppp for inground assets usa only
Invest4URFuture

United States

#41 Aug 7, 2009
I have new programs: Leasing and Monetizing an Instrument; Buy/Sell Program 100 Million Minimum Cash Account; 40 week trade program 125M minimum, Developmental Project Funding, Cash Backed Collateralized Accounts, Hard Assets, Instrument Monetization Program,$1 M to $99 M Program,$275K Trade Platform, Gold Opportunity,$100M Forex Platform Program, T-Strips and Private Placement Platforms.

Anyone interested let me know. I will send SOFT DETAILS. Two things to consider before contacting me:
1. U must be willing to sign an NC/ND with me to protect all parties.
2. U must be willing to show POF. A copy of assets scrubbed is all that is needed. Thats how I work. My company funds, there ontime, and they have no time for funny games. Please do not contact me if your not going to be willing to do 1 & 2.

Blessings,

[email protected]
anthony

UK

#42 Aug 16, 2009
OneDrop182 wrote:
bringing real assets to trade... in ground operating in USA are the best!!! bring your clients... platform has been performing for 60 years! onedrop 2000 at hotmail dot com
Can your platform work with Brazillian Mine? pls contact me asap on my email [email protected] or on skype at ant.macfinance
Mark

San Jose, CA

#43 Aug 16, 2009
Please give me the specifics of your platform for inground assets. How much value is required for trading, etc. Email me at [email protected]

Thanks,
Mark
flair

Lorain, OH

#44 Sep 11, 2009
OneDrop182 wrote:
bringing real assets to trade... in ground operating in USA are the best!!! bring your clients... platform has been performing for 60 years! onedrop 2000 at hotmail dot com
roflmao---60 yrs.. really 60 years...
bring you my clients so I never see them again..lol...
Victor Hugo Jimenez

Las Vegas, NV

#45 Sep 12, 2009
Can you work with inground asset platform for a non-working mine in Mexico

Since: Aug 09

Winter Park, FL

#46 Sep 12, 2009
ppp for in ground assets email me [email protected]
Anthony

United States

#47 Sep 12, 2009
If you want to bring an inground asset to trade, you need 2 things. 1- an SKR and 2- an Insurance Wrap, both from an acceptable. So if you or your client has a mine but don't have 2 nickels to rub together, go play "LOTTO". Keep in mind you have to pay a bank for the SKR and the Insurance Wrap. It will cost about 1-2% of the amount of the mine you want to take to trade. The minimum on inground assets to take to trade is 100M, so that means you will need 1-2M dollars to get it done. If you do not have the money then you are only chasing the dream and will never succeed. But if you are capable of comming up with the money needed then my group will hold your hand, walk you into the right bank and get you what you need to succeed in a successful trade. Remember you pay the bank directly for the SKR and the Insurance Wrap. My group gets a small fee to help you do this because no one works for free. It doesn't matter if the mine is working or non working.If anyone tells you different, they are probably scammers. Please if you have no money don;t waste my time or yours. If anyone would like more info you can contact me at
[email protected]
Anthony

United States

#48 Sep 12, 2009
An acceptable bank
BS Spotter

San Diego, CA

#49 Sep 13, 2009
Anthony, you are almost correct in what you wrote on your post. However, I would like to bring to your attention the following correction.

1. SKR is an acronym for, "Safekeeping Receipt". That means, something has to be in the possession of a bank's vault in order to issue a "receipt".

2. Inground assets do not get an SKR. Period.

The process to verify ownership and the tentative value of what is burried several hundred meters undergroun is a bit complicated. But, it can be done. My group accepts underground assets, but like you stated; the process is expensive and must be covered (read: paid) by the alleged investor / owner of the underground asset.

[Putting it in a different way: Just imagine you go to your bank and you show the banker a roll of one hundred dollars to the banker. Then, you show him an empty coffee can and you tell the banker that you are on your way to your home and you are planning to bury the money, inside the coffee can, in your backyard. Then you proceed to ask the banker for a "depositor's receipt" because the banker is aware that you "may burry the money and you want the bank to guarantee the value of such action".
Paul M

Randolph, NJ

#50 Sep 13, 2009
BS Spotter wrote:
Anthony, you are almost correct in what you wrote on your post. However, I would like to bring to your attention the following correction.
1. SKR is an acronym for, "Safekeeping Receipt". That means, something has to be in the possession of a bank's vault in order to issue a "receipt".
2. Inground assets do not get an SKR. Period.
The process to verify ownership and the tentative value of what is burried several hundred meters undergroun is a bit complicated. But, it can be done. My group accepts underground assets, but like you stated; the process is expensive and must be covered (read: paid) by the alleged investor / owner of the underground asset.
[Putting it in a different way: Just imagine you go to your bank and you show the banker a roll of one hundred dollars to the banker. Then, you show him an empty coffee can and you tell the banker that you are on your way to your home and you are planning to bury the money, inside the coffee can, in your backyard. Then you proceed to ask the banker for a "depositor's receipt" because the banker is aware that you "may burry the money and you want the bank to guarantee the value of such action".
Regardless of who can or can't get an asset done, the bottom line is that the ASSET owner must pay for the wrap and the issuance of that "SKR", which, 100% of the time with .0099% margin of error, THE ASSET "owner" DOESNT HAVE $100.00, let alone a few million to obtain a bankable instrument for his 10 GAZILLION dollar mine!

All the best.
BS Spotter

San Diego, CA

#51 Sep 14, 2009
Paul M,

Well said.

Kudos.
ric nalin

Vicenza, Italy

#53 Oct 25, 2009
Mark Lapham wrote:
I am currently placing 2 larger Copper Isotope deals. I can assist you in getting this into a successful platform.
We are interested in this possibility : our material is in Switzerland, CH.

write to : [email protected]
Gerald Goodwin

Surfers Paradise, Australia

#54 Nov 2, 2009
Send me your propsal [email protected]
Jeff wrote:
If you have a current appraisal for your inground assets in USA only,
We have a PPP that will review your appraisal and consider your assets for
their trade platform. Non working mines OK. Brokers not protected.
Gerald Goodwin

Surfers Paradise, Australia

#55 Nov 2, 2009
Send me your proposal [email protected]
cml

AOL

#56 Nov 2, 2009
I guess I'm getting rooked. Insurance wrap via Lloyd's of London is about 6.1% of appraised value. As for Safe Keeping Receipts, which US banks are issuing SKR's for anything mineral/mining/gem stone related lately?

Not J.P. Morgan Chase...that's for sure.

Dream on Anthony.
Capital Global

Merced, CA

#57 Nov 2, 2009
Victor Hugo Jimenez wrote:
Can you work with inground asset platform for a non-working mine in Mexico
Victor, send me more info to procapitalglobal at yahoo dot com
Carl Griffin

Emporia, KS

#58 Nov 3, 2009
Mark wrote:
I have a gold mine in Nevada with inground assets apprased at $1.2B.
I would like to see if I can trade with
this.
Please contact me carl at griffinlending dot com so we can discuss further
Carl Griffin

Emporia, KS

#59 Nov 3, 2009
Anyone interested in what I have to offer Please contact me ASAP!! here are the following:
I have a group that will take clients with 1M into a bullet trade program, and allow them to do rolls and extensions twice more during the month. At the end of the month the client can then enter a 40 week trade at the highest level of platform trading.

World Banks have appointed Global Mandates for MTN"s, BG's, and Treasuries with top 25 world banks to stop Fraud. We are one. Bring us your business. No Broker Chains. Mandates or Buyers only.

If you would like more information for your clients please send your email address to carl at griffinlending dotcom
MAS

Maple Grove, MN

#61 Nov 16, 2009
Can someone tell me where I can find "official" government or SEC regulation guidelines of PPPs? I am fairly new to PPPs and want to understand the legal do's and don'ts of engaging in these trades. For example, where does it say that it is illegal to advertise PPPs? I have heard this, but would like to see it in writing if possible.

Also, I have heard rumors that legislation is changing where if you have not participated in a platform before Dec. 31st, 2009 you will not be allowed to participate in one in the U.S., and will not be able to import the money made with an international platform after Jan. 1st. But if you have participated in one before Dec. 31st, then you will be grandfathered in. I want to try and find this in writing so I can know what the truth is.

Any guidance would be appreciated.

Thanks,
MAS
[email protected]
New York City

Shirley, NY

#62 Nov 21, 2009
I have a PPP that I am direct to.( I call him everyday)

Min of 100M cash. BG or MTN are find as long as the owner is willing to open an account in his name.

Must be able to provide a screen shot or Cusip and isin for me to verify instrument is real. contact me at [email protected]

Only contact me if you want to close a deal and can provide the cusip and isin...

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