Need Cash

Saint Petersburg, FL

#1 Aug 26, 2009
I have been collecting coins since I was young... And when I needed money I would sell them
on Ebay, but I missed my coins and I eventually found a better way.
I now offer guaranteed secured non-recourse loans against collections of coins.
These loans are excellent ways for dealers, brokers, or collectors to finance short term
cash needs in order to make additional purchases, fund operating expenses, or for any
reason. Our loans are made to businesses or individual collectors.
The primary benefits of these loans include:
-Highest loan-to-value available with low interest rates.
-The loans are non-recourse and you can chose not to repay them. If you chose not to repay
them, we will represent your collateral in a sale and refund any of the excess proceeds back
to you.
-Borrowers do not need to be employed, have income, or even have a bank account. Your
ability to borrow is based on your collateral.
-You can usually get your cash within 24 – 48 hours.
Please keep me in mind for any future financing needs!
Kindest Regards,
Jessica Sullivan
Collector Loans Specialist
[email protected]

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