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Glory

Most of the people coming to you need this loan for something to improve their lives, like a car or a home or a college education. You provide the cash or liquidity to make that happen, and they turn around and pay you for the pleasure. There's glory in being the conduit for them to get what they want—especially if what they want is the chance to prove they don't squelch on a debt.

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