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Need $100,000 loan to purchase existing gas station. Seller will do land contract for the rest.

Gas station doing about 190,000 gal ga and 55,000 in store. I have good personal credit, however I am new to the gas station business.

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I am a concerned friend, I would advise you to go and get a loan from a bank as there are too many fraudulent companies around the globe, our if your credit score is low and you cannot get from a bank, you can as well contact Essex limited, I used to work with them when I was in the U.K, Send an application to this email address: LCEL@LIVE.COM, they offer loans based on a very low interest rate of 2.9% per year.
I wish good luck my friend

Mar 2, 2010
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I suggest you contact Michael Lee. He is helping with financing for a business. As long as the business has good financials, he should be able to help. michaellee500@yahoo.com
Good luck !

Feb 22, 2010
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I am Magret Anderson a private and a registered money lender, i offer loan funds to individuals and firm at the rate of 4%...any interested applicant shlould contact us vi e-mail ecofinance_service@live.com for more info.
Thanks,
Magret Anderson.

Feb 22, 2010
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We have private lenders those people lend ( good credit) money.we need more information about bussiness.It is private own or branded company and we need financial information. Email me at
huhututu5@yahoo.com or can call (201)6687334

Feb 9, 2010
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Biz2Credit, LLC
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For a startup loan within the $100,000 range, I recommend going to www.biz2credit.com and completing a free financing request and getting matched with an SBA 7a lender. The system hosts a large network of SBA lenders that manage their general qualification criteria on the system. If you're not matched with an institution, the system will tell you what parameters you didn't meet and what you can do in the future to build your creditworthiness.

Hope this helps and good luck starting your business!

Feb 8, 2010

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