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$50,000 needed for short term with minimum risk and high payout.

We have a very lucrative commercial project that is bringing in monthly cash . We need a little operations funds and can pledge it against income. No credit available, no upfront fees. Just a simple cash in and cash out project with low  verifiable docs! 

Name your fee and you will get what you want in six months max....Interest only paid monthly until balance is paid in full.   

Added by Gary Cross on October 22, 2013 at 6:12pm — 2 Comments

Plan for your business success!

I am in contact with funding sources and those who have influence on weather a deal gets the required operating capital it needs. One thing I continue to hear over and over is that many people have a great business concept but No Business Plan ! 

It is essential that you have a plan that will accomplish two major points in for business. First just what it is that you do and how you do it in a basic, yet comprehensive manner so that…

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Added by Gary Cross on September 26, 2013 at 1:00pm — No Comments

Who do you work for?

Some consultants claim to be all about providing you the best services there are. Some are rude and short, others can be long winded and pointless! My question is who do you really work for, your client or yourself? 

Let's be honest.... Don't we really work for whomever is home when we awake in the AM? Even if it is just you, then that's alright as well. But when we come in contact with a potential client why do the dance about I'm the best and here for you until you discover they do…

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Added by Gary Cross on September 20, 2013 at 1:17pm — No Comments

Investment Opportunity in Coastal Gerogia Region

Investment Opportunity:

EARN up to 15% INTEREST Annual Percentage Rate. secured by 1st trust deed  ON CASH FLOWING  Mixed use COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES in Coastal…

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Added by Gary Cross on August 28, 2013 at 3:13pm — No Comments

$Big Dollars Come from Small Businesses!

I can understand how some brokers, investors etc have a track of which they desire to operate and in most cases will not deviate. I remember someone saying if you get one dip into a honey jar which one of three would you do it? The answer is the one most likely to pay off. With this being the case, I suggest to spread a million $ across the board reduces the risk as opposed to putting it all into one project. 

Due to the recent downturn in our economy, there is a serious need for…

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Added by Gary Cross on August 21, 2013 at 1:00pm — No Comments

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