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A firm in Latvia is offering loans of an equivalent of $100-$1000 to residents and requires only the borrower's immortal soul as security. They have up to 90 days to repay the loan otherwise the firm will take full possession of it.

"A financial company in Latvia is offering residents loans secured by nothing but their immortal soul. Riga-based firm, named Kontora, does not require credit history record or proof of employment."

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LOL, wonder what will happen if not paid back, will it bacome an expisode in 'the collector'.

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I hope someone defaults so we can find out what the procedure is!

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I hope someone defaults so we can find out what the procedure is!

go on, nudge nudge, ;) do it.

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go on, nudge nudge, ;) do it.

I have no call for any Latvian Lats at the moment, I'm afraid!

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I hope someone defaults so we can find out what the procedure is!

I imagine that not repaying this loan based on your word alone could result in two broken legs. For a thousand bucks not a chance, keep the money lol

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I imagine that not repaying this loan based on your word alone could result in two broken legs. For a thousand bucks not a chance, keep the money lol

I think you're probably right at that!

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I have no call for any Latvian Lats at the moment, I'm afraid!

spoil sport :(

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I knew a fellow who refused to pay his exorcist.

He ended up being re-possessed :devil:

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I knew a fellow who refused to pay his exorcist.

He ended up being re-possessed :devil:

*facepalm* where's the report button! :lol:

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ROFL, it would be foolish not to accept a deal as ludicrous as this. :lol:

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We would need an atheist to try it out. Heck, they have nothing to lose it seems.

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We would need an atheist to try it out. Heck, they have nothing to lose it seems.

I would try it hey why not whats a thousand bucks in Latvian to Canadian dollars $ 3.50 lol maybe not if I miss a payment I might wind up with two broken legs.

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I might try this out, since I'm from Latvia...

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I might try this out, since I'm from Latvia...

:w00t: we have a volunteer. report back asap

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How strange! Did they invent a way to harm souls? Or do they simply have too much money? Or is it a way to test Latvians' spirituality..? :P

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Would they accept soul, slightly damaged, second owner, runs like new one?

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I'm not religious in the least, but no in HELL would I ever "loan" my soul out. Even if it doesn't exist, I wouldn't do it for the fact that no one, God or otherwise, but me will ever have rights to it.

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I wouldn't mess around with this stuff. Too creepy for me. :no:

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...And if you don't pay up, do they (like) come to your house with their high priest to extract your soul? What the ****!? I can see it now...

"Kalima!....Kalima!"

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Would they accept soul, slightly damaged, second owner, runs like new one?

In the current economic climate, I doubt they can be choosy!

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How do they track the purchase? One might have already sold the soul. They need a soul database. Ohh wait.....

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