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It seems you are looking for funding based on your P.O.. If this is the case, give me a call to discuss further.
What you need is Purchase Order Financing, not necessarily a loan. Try using appliedcapital.com, but it will be best to first have some balance sheet volume in place, and some borrowing history of that same amount or more. You can accomplish that very quickly at creditloader.com.
There are two ways to solve this financing issue.
First, is a combination of purchase order financing with accounts receivable financing.
Second, is a combination of a vendor assurance agreement with accounts receivable financing.
Let me know if I can assist you.
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I have a deal in place to purchase several thousand cases of health & beauty products from a manufacture with sales in the billions. The product has been sold to three large companies, with impeccable credit records. I will be paid for the goods in 30 days, but the terms from the selling account are payment in advance. The profit on the deal is roughly $60,000.00