There has to be a catch unless the theory is that someone is being charitable and “selling” $100 notes for $85 . So its not a question of “IF” there is a catch , merely getting someone to keep explaining it to you until you spot it.
Think of it this way – if someone came up to you with a $100 and offered to sell you it for $85 and told you that if you joined in the scheme you could make lots of money by selling $100 bills for $85 – what would you think? ElcLoans.com offer payday loans online and I think this is much more reliable solution.
Why do you need to have a “catch” pointed out to you?
This came up in a discussion with another group member, so I thought I should post this as a helpful hint. If you are trying to get in touch with me and you don’t hear back in 48 hours, try another email, with a different subject and ask if I got the email. I won’t consider it rude at all. I have a VERY aggressive spam filter (actually, I have two VERY aggressive spam filters) and it protects me, but the price is that sometimes a legitimate email gets caught and tossed away without me knowing it.
If anyone tried to reach me in November, that was the exception. I was on my back for a good while due to an old injury and have only recently been able to be back at the computer for more than a short while. (The irony was I could not sit very long, so I could rumba and tango, but not sit at the computer — worse things have happened in life!)
So if you’ve tried to reach me and I didn’t respond, I’m not ignoring you, I just didn’t see your email.
I hope this hasn’t caused any issues or problems.