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The correct answer is NO money does NOT grow on trees.
But the sincere answer is it never hurts to ask the question to begin with. Perhaps peoples responses will get the "Wheels churnin" so the people making the request think of better ways to seek funding & financing.
Yes, because I would sure hate to be in so much debt or have such an obligation to a person or to a group of people. Gosh, if things don't work out, that's a lot of stress trying to figure out how it will be paid back....Yikes!
I agree. But some people really have no idea how to find investors. Finding an angel or a venture capitalist isn't an easy process. I am troubled by the requests, but I understand that not all businesses can be opened with very little capital. Chasing a dream isn't easy or cheap.
I just hope these people don't get taken. There are predators all over the web.
Does money grow on trees?? If you plant a money tree YES
However, note that different trees grow at different paces; some grow faster
Another thing to take into consideration is that you
cannot grow two trees right next to each other;
you have to leave room
for them grow.
You cannot plant crops next
to a tree or the crop will not grow.
Seriously, these are ONLY posting. We do not run a credit check or look at prior year
tax returns like banks. And hopefully we do NOT send checks or make loans.
Lighten up, LUCKIEST (it is only money)
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I'm truly, truly amazed at all the posting here on this forum...with how many people are looking for "money" LOL. One posting reads: "I need $90,000.00"....another says: "I am looking for $50,000.00", another reads: "Who wants to invest $100,000.00"....WOW! Do people think money grows on trees? Maybe I'll die working 2 jobs, trying to make a name for myself...but I won't even ask my own father for a penny.