Nlmeem Date: 8/21/99 1:34 AM Number: 13313 It is a lease arrangement with a "guaranteed" return of 14%. Since our only income is Social Security (not very much) ...I know nothing of the company. But my father taught me that "if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is." This sounds like a scam to me. If they could really guarantee 14%, there are lots of ways to finance without going to people subsisting on Social Security. From another point of view, if 14% represents the "market rate" for their financing needs, this is "deep junk" with a large probability of going bankrupt. I'd stay far away from it, and the "financial advisor" that suggested it.
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