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PCG within a specific period of time can achieve the capital you desire on a low interest 2 to 5 year loan. PCG has established a program which is provided as a service to its clients without any up front fees to our clients. The only requirement is the client must have the necessary capital to acquire the initial bank instrument we use in this program. You can request information on this program at email@example.com or complete our online questionnaire above.
What Do You Do When Pursuing Commonly Used Methods for Funding Just Won’t Work for You?
What do you consider when none of the standard or most commonly used methods for funding just won’t get you funded today? Less than 2% of the people who set out to raise capital succeed. With those types of odds, how sensible is it to pursue angel investors, venture capitalists or private investors? Taking into consideration the time, energy and effort along with costs to prepare things any reasonable investor would want to know and read about your project or venture. When you begin preparing power point presentations, executive summaries, business plans and other promotional materials to provide to the investors, some company send in excess of $10,000. If equity is being offered through the sale of your privately held stock, then you must be in compliance with the SEC Exemptions for you to offer your stock. Then there are the various State regulations to comply with also. The cost of this could exceed $35,000.
Procedures For Funding
Once the questionnaire has been received, reviewed and PCG determines you qualify for our program the standard one page contract will be sent to you for your signature. Since PCG is on a time-frame pursuant to the contract, funds must be wired and received within 48 hours of the date of the contract otherwise the contract will require amending. After the contract is signed and received by PCG, wiring instructions will be provided to the client. The amount of time will be determined by how many transactions PCG will need to do to finalize the process to obtain the clients funding. This will be discussed with each client and become part of the contract.
Usually within the first week of the process underway, client will receive an INTAKE FORM or ORDER FORM that requires personal information and instructions on wiring instructions. A portion of this information may be provided to Homeland Security and other agencies for review.
Immediately upon receipt of funds, PCG places its order for the SBLC which takes up to 18 business days to complete. Once completed, monetization or “cashing out” of the SBLC occurs. This could easily take up to 18 business days. Then PCG takes the money from that “cash out” and acquires the next SBLC and the process continues in the same manner until the clients funding is acquired in full.
At this point PCG wires the capital to the client under a 1099 form. The purpose of the 1099 procedures is so PCG does not have to pay taxes on the funds client is receiving. The 1099 form is “profits from proceeds or investment” made by client.
Obtaining Additional Capital
Clients can obtain additional capital by placing an order to do so after the initial capital has been received. The client will be expected to go through the same procedures as initially done during the first process. This will require the completion of the questionnaire again and new contract to be signed.