Self Liquidating Loans - Arbitrage Loan
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Self Liquidating Loan (Arbitrage) is Done
You have, no doubt, heard about SELF-LIQUIDATING LOANS (Arbitrage) for years. You may have tried to get one yourself, or you may be trying to get one now.
Each year, around the world, literally thousands of people lose millions of dollars attempting to get a Self-Liquidating Loan (Arbitrage) . These people come from all walks of life; from the highly educated affluent professionals to the working-class high school dropouts. Even Federal and State Government officials and Bank presidents are not immune and regularly appear in the lists of people who have been fleeced by con-men offering Self-Liquidating Loans (Arbitrage).
Law enforcement agencies around the world spend millions of dollars each year (beyond the millions lost by would-be borrowers) in investigating and prosecuting the con-men offering such loans. But, they can only begin their investigation after the victims have been fleeced and the con-man or woman involved has moved-on to another area (usually under a different name). And, in too many cases, when the law enforcement agencies finally track down the con-artist, the victims are reluctant to come forward and admit that they were conned, or they still hold out hopes of getting their loan.
Even when you ask some of the most sophisticated financial experts in the world about a Self-Liquidating Loan, they will tell you emphatically, "They don't work." But, when you ask them "Why?," they don't have an answer.
Then, when you get one of those sophisticated financial experts to look over the complete package for your Self-Liquidating Loan, their comments are usually: "It looks like it would work, but there has to be a hook in it somewhere." - or - "This might work, but, before we could participate in it, we will need the name of the lender and the collateral issuer."
In early 1988, our publisher, the author of this special report, was approached by the "International Society of Financiers" to act as the keynote speaker for their seminar; to be held in September of that year. That seminar was to touch on all aspects of financing ... consumer lending, debt financing, equity financing, asset based lending, etc.
Shortly after accepting the invitation to act as the keynote speaker, he was asked by the founder of the Society, if he would feel comfortable speaking about Self-Liquidating Loans. It seems none of the other scheduled speakers felt entirely comfortable with the subject and truthfully had more than enough to handle in covering their own field of expertise.
Since his only commitment had been to act as keynote speaker; and participate in some panel discussions, he accepted the invitation.
When the first brochures offering the seminar began being circulated - with the agenda announcing the topic of his lecture - his telephone began ringing off the hook. People from all walks of life were calling to ask if a transcript of his lecture would be available after (or even before) the seminar.
The callers didn't want to attend the seminar and pay for the other information they felt they didn't need - but they did want as much information as possible about a Self-Liquidating Loan. He even had calls from law enforcement people, consumer advocates, and banking officials, wanting a better understanding of the nature of his lecture. (Some of them even attended the various seminars where he gave the lecture.)
After speaking at the Society's seminar, he subsequently gave the same lecture at two (2) International Banking Symposiums. In both instances, he received the same kind of telephone calls prior to the seminars and he was sure those calls resulted in a good many sales of the tapes of those seminars to people who's sole interest was in hearing his lecture on Self-Liquidating (Arbitrage) Loans.
He finally reduced his lecture to writing and offered a report on the subject to the public. Thousands of copies of that report were sold across the country and around the world.
By 1991, sales had fallen off drastically. Maybe because of his report on Self-Liquidating Loans seemed to fall out-of-fashion.
Today, however, it seems the con-men are back offering Self Liquidating Loans; with a vengeance ... and they've added some new twists to the old con-game. (he has even seen ads offering them in some of the most prestigious business publications in the country.)
So ... he have rewritten his original report and updated it with information about the new twists being used. And, now with the Internet age and e-mail, he has also published it in Adobe Acrobat format so you can have it emailed to you.
In the new report, you will learn ...
He explains all of the elements of those con-games ... Prime Bank Notes ... Letters of Credit ... Collateral Houses. He even tells you what the con-men tell you they are - and what they really are.
Using the same arbitrage and hedging instruments and techniques the con-men use, it is possible to put together a "real" Self-Liquidating Loan - BUT - if it was as easy as the con-men say it is, every major corporation would be doing it; over and over again.
When you finish reading this report, you will be better informed about Self-Liquidating (Arbitrage) Loans than many of the financial professionals in this country.
Get your copy, today! It could save you thousands of dollars lost to con-men.
If you've ever considered getting a Self-Liquidating Loan -
you need this report in Self Defense
P.S. In the last chapter of his new report, he also tells you ... How to Do a Self-Liquidating Loan Yourself (In Your Own Home Town.) It's been done for years. But, you won't be able to do it unless you know how ... he will tell you how for only $39.95.
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