Donnerstag, 29. November 2012

Bailout - Schuldenerlass

Ich hoffe das diese Idee weltweite Beachtung findet (ungeachtet dessen was man von OWS hält):
The People’s Bailout

Like many folks, Occupy Wall Street has been some doing good work in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, helping people on the ground.

Now OWS is launching the ROLLING JUBILEE, a program that has been in development for months. OWS is going to start buying distressed debt (medical bills, student loans, etc.) in order to forgive it. As a test run, we spent $500, which bought $14,000 of distressed debt. We then ERASED THAT DEBT. (If you’re a debt broker, once you own someone’s debt you ccktan do whatever you want with it — traditionally, you hound debtors to their grave trying to collect. We’re playing a different game. A MORE AWESOME GAME.)

This is a simple, powerful way to help folks in need — to free them from heavy debt loads so they can focus on being productive, happy and healthy. As you can see from our test run, the return on investment approaches 30:1. That’s a crazy bargain!

Now, after many consultations with attorneys, the IRS, and our moles in the debt-brokerage world, we are ready to take the Rolling Jubilee program LIVE and NATIONWIDE, buying debt in communities that have been struggling during the recession.


a crazy bargain? -  wenn es sich hier um Schulden handelt, welche durch Bilanzverlängerung von Geschäftsbanken entstanden sind, dann sind 3,6pence auf den Dollar immernoch mehr als der Refinanzierungssatz der Geschäftsbank en bei der FED. Insofern fließt der Zins weiter, wenn auch weniger, jedoch bleibt in diesem Fall die Kreditsumme im Umlauf - na, ja mehr oder weniger.

Also werte Forderungsaufkäufer macht euch auf Konkurrenz gefasst!

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