#1kd on 02.08.08 at 11:45 am
9% is pretty good for a 20k AA.
Personally I don’t like them AAs much. Too many of them pay off early.
#2Little Trollon 02.08.08 at 12:41 pm
Personally I don’t like them non-AAs much. Too many of them don’t pay.
#3Tomon 02.09.08 at 4:14 am
It was certainly worth something. The blog posts drove some traffic to your loan which other borrowers don’t have. I wouldn’t have noticed your loan without the blog posts, for example.
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#6Lazy Man and Moneyon 02.21.08 at 8:30 am
I think having a website with more than a year of history is worth a lot of social capital. It’s a bonus that the website is about lending, but really a reputable blog in any niche would get my respect.
#7Living Off Dividendson 02.21.08 at 10:08 am
I think all those fishing trips in the sun have cooked your brains! haha.
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