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    Default Plan b - invoice factoring

    You buy companies invoices at up to 90% face value and pay the company quickly. They get their cashflow sorted.

    You then invoice the debtor company full invoice value.

    You make 10% on every invoice.

    Win win - what's not to like?

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    I could write a book on all these great ideas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DimPrawn View Post
    You buy companies invoices at up to 90% face value and pay the company quickly. They get their cashflow sorted.

    You then invoice the debtor company full invoice value.

    You make 10% on every invoice.

    Win win - what's not to like?

    Invoice Factoring - Lloyds TSB Commercial Finance

    I could write a book on all these great ideas.

    With the number of companies going bang and rate of exchange all over the place, yes go for it
    Fiscal nomad it's legal.

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    Another classic idea from the man who last month offered us 'Do you own back street abortion kit' on Ebay which consisted of a rusty coathanger and a bottle gin and the previous month 'How to double your money on Roulette or nothing back'

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarillionFan View Post
    Another classic idea from the man who last month offered us 'Do you own back street abortion kit' on Ebay which consisted of a rusty coathanger and a bottle gin and the previous month 'How to double your money on Roulette or nothing back'

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    I've got a cracker for you next month.

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    Buy up Christmas crackers cheap in January and sell them in November/December at full price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DimPrawn View Post
    I've got a cracker for you next month.

    No it really is a cracker.


    Buy up Christmas crackers cheap in January and sell them in November/December at full price.

    MF already tried that and look what happened
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    MF already tried that and look what happened
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    Quote Originally Posted by DimPrawn View Post
    I've got a cracker for you next month.

    No it really is a cracker.


    Buy up Christmas crackers cheap in January and sell them in November/December at full price.

    I used to buy them about 10 minutes before closing time on Christmas Eve,

    Much money saved and could afford luxury ones. Money not tied up for months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DimPrawn View Post
    I've got a cracker for you next month.

    No it really is a cracker.


    Buy up Christmas crackers cheap in January and sell them in November/December at full price.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sysman View Post
    I used to buy them about 10 minutes before closing time on Christmas Eve,

    Much money saved and could afford luxury ones. Money not tied up for months.
    The selling them on part might be a bit difficult though......
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    Quote Originally Posted by DimPrawn View Post
    You buy companies invoices at up to 90% face value and pay the company quickly. They get their cashflow sorted.

    You then invoice the debtor company full invoice value.

    You make 10% on every invoice.

    Win win - what's not to like?

    Invoice Factoring - Lloyds TSB Commercial Finance

    I could write a book on all these great ideas.

    I've got £20k of outstanding invoices from a few months back, give me £18k and you've got a deal
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    Quote Originally Posted by DimPrawn View Post
    You buy companies invoices at up to 90% face value and pay the company quickly. They get their cashflow sorted.

    You then invoice the debtor company full invoice value.

    You make 10% on every invoice.

    Win win - what's not to like?

    Invoice Factoring - Lloyds TSB Commercial Finance

    I could write a book on all these great ideas.

    I've a mate who uses invoice factoring to get his invoices paid. I think he said it generally comes in at less than 5% and his invoices are up to around 250k. I can let you know who he uses if you're really interested.

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