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# 38643 3-Aug-2009 11:11
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I have designed two we sites. I have the complete workings on paper and a pictorial of how I want them set up.

These website are completely unique. No competition at all.

Remember when Sam Morgan had an idea and started Trademe? Same deal here, except this is not selling nor is it auctions. This is completely new.

I have an investor who is very excited, but he has become illusive after asking him to sign a confidentiality aggreement before handing over the final workings.

I have no money at all to set this up, but there is bound to be someone on here that has the skills to build them and become equal partners.

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# 241726 3-Aug-2009 11:24
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What's the idea?

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  # 241727 3-Aug-2009 11:28
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Just sounds like SPAM to me

 
 
 
 




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  # 241728 3-Aug-2009 11:30
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Good question. But it would be foolish to disclose information on a public forum.

What I am after is an investor in preferably Auckland that has the financial means and the website knowledge to make this happen. A full disclosure will be made in person.

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  # 241729 3-Aug-2009 11:36
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I made 3 websites www.assaultaddicts.co.nz and http://shop.assaultaddicts.co.nz and more coming soon pm me if you like to chat




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  # 241751 3-Aug-2009 12:37
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The bank would be a good place to start looking for a loan.

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  # 241752 3-Aug-2009 12:41
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you could always steal peoples credit card numbers

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  # 241753 3-Aug-2009 12:42
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Adamal: The bank would be a good place to start looking for a loan.


Venture capital is much different from loans.

I recommend you check the incubators - there are initiatives in Wellington, Auckland and Christchurch that could help you, including finances, strategy, marketing, etc...





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  # 241756 3-Aug-2009 12:43
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Wow! never thought about that! I knew looking for an investor on a site like this would bring such insight out into the open. Thanks for the advice Adamal, i'll just pop down to the bank and get the ball rolling.



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  # 241766 3-Aug-2009 12:52
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Thanks freitasm, i'll check out the incubators. Great advice

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  # 242086 3-Aug-2009 23:27
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cws82us: I made 3 websites www.assaultaddicts.co.nz and http://shop.assaultaddicts.co.nz and more coming soon pm me if you like to chat


I hate to nit pick but both of those sites run installed scripts.  Making a site, from my understanding, is creating it from scratch.



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  # 245083 11-Aug-2009 09:17
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Ok, I realise that some have you have read my last post and wondered what the heck i've been going on about.

I'll try to make it a little clearer - without going into too much detail.

I have two web sites that i need to develop.

I need an investor that has business savvy and has contacts throughout the business world. These two web sites covers any business involved in the finance sector as well as real estate. I would prefer the investor lived in Auckland as I want a close working relationship, but that as I now realise, this may be bit of a big ask.

This investor will also have the finance on hand to get the ball rolling ASAP.

The first website involves banks, insurance companies, finance companies, police and a truck load of others that pay to list with the site. I based a listing fee of $14.95 but that is just a ball park figure. It may be quite a bit lower than that, as i imagine approx 1 million listings (and that's not an exaggeration) within the first 12 months. This is a totally new tool for these companies and I'm sure they will scramble to get on board.

The second website involves sales. This is a totally new concept also. So new in fact, that one particular aspect will need an engineer to develop and would involve a patent being applied. This would be great, as I imagine that many sites would want to use this developed tool on their own sites bringing in royalties for the developer. What would you think if I presented to you a buyer for your house, your house being EXACTLY what they required, and they had the cash on hand? Wouldn't that be easier than the big hunt for buyers that seems to be the normal practice?

If you have what it takes to make this happen, let me know what you can bring to the table. I will then organise to make the picture clearer for you.

I would prefer not to go through the "curious reader" scenario again. If you are interested in two totally new concepts, are genuine and know you can commit,we would love to hear from you.

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  # 245088 11-Aug-2009 09:28
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freitasm:
jamesvini: you could always steal peoples credit card numbers


I don't know where to start - it wasn't even funny...



Depends on your sense of humour, I laughed

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  # 245093 11-Aug-2009 09:43
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i have just been burned by this sort of thing before, so just be careful.
It may just work. But not every one is a saint.



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  # 245098 11-Aug-2009 09:49
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Yep. Big ask, but there must be an honest person out there that wants to invest.

Cheers

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