Would anyone like to be a silent partner/ investor in the lucrative business of payday loans? ?
Im 27 years old and have owned/operated a small home improvement business for nearly 5 years. I have always enjoyed helping people, and sometimes I find myself struggling after helping others make their "end's meet". I am a hard worker, having earned a degree in Computer and Information sciences from East Tennessee State University. I have lived in this community all of my life, and really take pride in this fact. I come from very humble beginnings so I do not have any family help. The area i am hoping to build this business is a prime location due to the exponential growth and well being surrounding the Tri-cities area. I do want to say to anyone who can help me build this dream that i will be completely transparent, and you have my assurances that I will give everything i have to ensure the success of our investment. We can plan a meeting with terms for our arrangment as soon as i have someone on board, but i am looking for one partner to help finance the costs with running this type of business. I am open to other plans and ideas that may help get things in the right direction so do not hesitate to ask or offer any helpful ideas.
- zman492Lv 71 month agoFavourite answer
Unfortunately it sounds like you have no experience, training or qualifications to run such a business.
- Anonymous1 month ago
There are many others ahead of you and regulatory changes could effectively shut you down.
Predatory businesses like PDL do not help people, they just make things worse.