Taking bank loan for bitcoin? Suggestion

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Old Dec 15, 2017, 4:34pm   #31
 
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Pat are you suggesting that we should all literally throw it all on red, sell the house, remortgage etc ?.........hmmmm it's seems a fair shout, I might throw the car in too...... I'll ponder that one !

Anyway good shout mate, I'm seeing the estate agent this afternoon, he reckons the house is worth at least half a bitcoin, & coz he's an estate agent I reckon he's truthful & pretty much bang on the money !

The bl@@dy bank loan though man !!! they're taking waaaaay to long to give me the £600k I need to borrow to buy, I mean mine my next batch of you know whats !


ps......the irony of getting a bank loan to buy a bitcoin.......I tells ya, it's a funny ol game eh !
Come on chaps -it's much easier than that. If you by a truffle hunting boar
( second hand -good price if retired) you can get them trained ( I will train them for you for £5000 only) -then off you go into the woods and let the pig snuffle out them bits of coins for you. Cash only please.
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Old Dec 15, 2017, 4:39pm   #32
 
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I did it guys.
I went ahead and purchased one bitcoin when the price was $7500
I have doubled my money in 15 days..
Please tell me you sold half to pay back the loan...
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Old Dec 15, 2017, 4:45pm   #33
 
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Come on chaps -it's much easier than that. If you by a truffle hunting boar
( second hand -good price if retired) you can get them trained ( I will train them for you for £5000 only) -then off you go into the woods and let the pig snuffle out them bits of coins for you. Cash only please.
B@@dy genius !!........ if only the bank hadn't just approved my £600,000 loan which I then duly with the click of my send button just purchased my next batch of bit-bobs...... I'd gladly have handed over the 5 large for your comprehensive training programme !!

Worry not though Neil, coz I'm a genius investor myself, I reckon it'll take me just 10 years for my return (the interest is going to kill me mind, bloody banksters) then I'm in on your pig snuffle venture..........coz it will be at about it's peak by then, perfect timing for my buy in !!
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Old Dec 16, 2017, 10:05am   #34
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I did it guys.
I went ahead and purchased one bitcoin when the price was $7500
I have doubled my money in 15 days..
cool.. whats the plan going forward? any screenshots/proof ?
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Old Dec 16, 2017, 10:13am   #35
 
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What's the betting that Amanji gets another loan on the strength of his new wealth and puts it all back in ?
Could be millionaire by Xmas.
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Old Dec 18, 2017, 9:20am   #36
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In case you're determined to invest in cryptocurrencies, invest the amount that you can afford to lose which means that taking a bank loan might not be the best option.
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