Make Money the Old Fashioned Way

My very good friend Travis has been running a few independent businesses very successfully for the last 4 years or so. He’s been growing at a tremendous but consistent pace. He started with Smartflix.com. It’s now the world’s largest how-to video rental store. He then expanded to Heavyink.com which is poised to become the Amazon.com of comic books (and then some). Both of these companies are functioning and doing well. At last count, I think he’s got 8 employees or so. HeavyInk is new. He’d like to expand it. To do this, he needs to add stock and man-power to get it rolling. He’s looking to borrow money. I personally think this is an excellent opportunity. I’ve been wanting to invest in this business for a while and I’m going to try now. I’ll let him tell you about it:

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Speaking of growth: we’d love to borrow somewhere between $100,000 and $500,000. We pay a nice interest rate. If you or someone you know is interested in loaning us funds (min amount is probably $20k or so; minimum term is probably 2+ years), get in touch. References, spreadsheets, accountant-verified books, etc. would, of course, be displayed.

If you’re not interested in loaning funds, but are looking to invest, that’s not our first choice, but we can talk. Minimum amount is probably $100-200k.
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2 Comments

  1. Festering_headwound says:

    What a great concept. Just checked out Smartflix and it’s a winner. Why watch something dumb when you can learn anything from repairing AK-47s, to painting techniques to welding.
    I wish him much continued success.
    Fester, with a headwound.

  2. Lee says:

    Trav just sent me a report about how Smartflix and Heavyink are going. Man, it’s exciting! Put straightforwardly, you should invest in Smartflix / Heavyink by loaning him money. Call me or him.

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