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country lady

This is NOT a joke!
We have oil in our water well that we drink from! It's been that way since my family bought this land 30 some-odd years ago. We are poor as Church mice, financially speaking, and my husband and I are both disabled. We live in a poor community, so we would like to make a lot of money, and start some hand-up charities, like a free hospital... and a closer school.

Question, how is the best way to get money for our oil?

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Most of us is fun of having a credit card but we can’t never be denied the fact that we are getting inbound to the indebtedness due to the cause of credit card. By today that we are struggling to the economic crisis never much indeed that the using of the credit card is being so much impractical today nowadays.
Americans are struggling with the current economic crisis that has been brought on by careless mortgage lending. However, America is not the only country that is negatively affected by this economic calamity. The International Herald Tribune tells its readers that the credit crunch is being felt in Europe, too. Small businesses like Dominique Boudier’s printing company, outside of Paris, rely on credit with their suppliers to operate. Boudier’s creditors are reducing their offerings by half. The suppliers’ credit insurance companies have mandated this cut. Considering the 60-day lag time in which clients pay, Boudier’s business needs additional cash flow to compensate for this major shortfall. Because Boudier’s bank has its hands tied as well, Boudier fears the worst. Boudier’s bank, like many others throughout Europe, started to put its money to sleep with the European Central Bank instead of investing it in other banks and the economy as a whole. When banks began to fail and liquidity was disrupted, credit began to dry up. Similar to America’s Federal Reserve Bank, the European Central Bank uses a mechanism based on the ability to produce as much fiat money as necessary. Fiat-money currency, which is essentially credit money, loses worth as soon as the government declines to further guarantee its value. Inflation is on the rise. Many people believe that stronger private banking systems that make responsible decisions will eventually solve this problem. In the meantime, payday advance loans will be easier to get for those that need short-term assistance and can’t afford to wait for the faltering central banking system.
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