Secure A Loan With Your Soul

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PostThu Jun 25, 2009 1:25 pm » by Johnsmith


http://www.geekologie.com/2009/06/only_in_latvia_secure_a_loan_w.php
Only In Latvia: Secure A Loan With Your Soul
Actually, I heard it works in hell too. But for those of you that like it a little cooler, a Latvian firm is offering loans of 50 to 500 Latvian lats ($100 to $1,000) secured only by your immortal soul.

Riga-based firm, named Kontora, does not require credit history record or proof of employment.

According to the agreement, the only security required of the borrower is their immortal soul, which they are asked to confirm as their previously unmortgaged property.

Latvian firm accepts souls as guarantee for credits [mosnews],
see http://mosnews.com/weird/2009/06/22/soullatvia/

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PostThu Jun 25, 2009 1:57 pm » by Dazfromoz


Kind of makes you wonder how many people are willing to sell their soul for a few bucks, I wonder how many loans there've made

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PostFri Jul 10, 2009 4:50 pm » by Sheeple


http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20090703/od_nm/us_soul_odd;_ylt=AtqoKsL8IOkuRZBKAlt9whCs0NUE;_ylu=X3oDMTFmN3Qxb2xyBHBvcwMyMDYEc2VjA2FjY29yZGlvbl9vZGRfbmV3cwRzbGsDd291bGR5b3VwbGVk
Would you pledge your soul as loan collateral?
RIGA (Reuters) – Ready to give your soul for a loan in these difficult economic times? In Latvia, where the crisis has raged more than in the rest of the European Union, you can.
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Reuters – Viktor Mirosiichenko, the public face of Kontora loan company, shows a contract with a borrower at his office in Riga July 2, 2009.

Such a deal is being offered by the Kontora loan company, whose public face is Viktor Mirosiichenko, 34.

Clients have to sign a contract, with the words "Agreement" in bold letters at the top. The client agrees to the collateral, "that is, my immortal soul."

Mirosiichenko said his company would not employ debt collectors to get its money back if people refused to repay, and promised no physical violence. Signatories only have to give their first name and do not show any documents.

"If they don't give it back, what can you do? They won't have a soul, that's all," he told Reuters in a basement office, with one desk, a computer and three chairs.

Wearing sunglasses, a black suit and a white shirt with the words "Kontora" (office) emblazoned on it, he reaches into his pocket and lays out a sheaf of notes on the table to show that the business is serious and not a joke.

Latvia has been the EU nation worst hit by economic crisis.

Unemployment is soaring and banks have sharply reduced their lending, meaning that small companies offering easy loans in small amounts have become more popular.

Mirosiichenko said his company was basically trusting people to repay the small amounts they borrowed, which has so far been up to 250 lats ($500) for between 1 and 90 days at a hefty interest rate.

He said about 200 people had taken out loans over the two months the business was in operation.

(Reporting by Patrick Lannin; Editing by Steve Addison)

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PostFri Jul 10, 2009 5:05 pm » by Ph0enix


The fact that we've come to this doesn't surprise me a bit. Very little surprises me anymore. Lets have fun and make a conspiracy of it :) ; so these are the mini banks, that support the super banks, that support the NWO, that carries out its evil upon earth partially through crop circle formations, abductions, and lights in the sky via the zeta reticulan/human pact of 1973 :dancing: :banana: :dancing: :banana: :dancing: Cuz we all know the zetas are after your souls and they feed off your fear. thats why you shouldn't be running around the astro plain and should instead be smurfing it up right now :flop:



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