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I would like to know if there are any current business owners looking to sell their business interested in a partnership, where he would supply the money needed to obtain financing, on a Patriot Express Loan, the amount I would need down to obtain financing for the business and real estate is generally 10-20% of amount barrowed. In turn he could remain on as a silent partner (after training me of course) for a 30% stake in the company. So you would be selling the business and real-estate cashing out and remain 30% partner for my needed money down. Please let me know if this offer is of any interest to you.....Adam

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Sarasota County, FL

Hello Adam,

If you simply go out and seek funding I may be able to assist.

FUNDING AMOUNTS * (50K - $150K per individual - spouse or partner can double the fund amount - average week processing time 4-12 weeks based on credit report)

NO COLLATERAL REQUIRED - UNSECURED - MINIMUM DOCUMENTATION - NO DOWN PAYMENT

GOOD CREDIT SCORE REQUIRED * (700 or better with minimal inquiries and late pays, a lower score delays processing time)

FUNDING NEEDS TO BE RUN THROUGH A CORPORATION THAT IS 2 YEARS OR OLDER OR ONE WILL HAVE TO BE PURCHASED

MOST RATES RANGE FROM 7% - 10% FOR QUALIFIED CLIENTS. CLIENTS WHO SEEK AMOUNTS LESS THAN $100K MAY SEE RATES FROM 10% - 13%. (Application fees normally $1000 - $1500 - costs substantially less in fees/interest than most Banks or SBA loans)

FLEXIBLE PLANS WITH EASY APPLICATION PROCESS

CASH AVAILABLE FOR ANY USE

Another Alternative:

If you have money in a 401K, IRA or other Pension Accounts you can also use those funds to establish a business legitimately! You DO NOT incur penalties to do this!! A set up fee would be required and you would need to establish a "C' corporation. I minimum of two people must be on payroll and you would have to one of them.

Please let me know how I can further assist in your quest to seek money.

Kind regards,

John Briches
Account Executive
Macro Business Capital
941-447-8370
johnbriches@mbcfunds.com
www.mbcfunds.com/johnbriches

Sep 7, 2010

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