The full transformation into a bank is well underway.
Why have people take out loans with a bank or run their credit cards to the limit when they can extend credit with “in house financing”. Of course, this is EASY to do when you are selling from already manufactured inventory with massive markups. There is little risk of any loss. After all, these people are under the thumb of the church. And if they ever did have anyone default on their loan they would just divert a bit of the “library donation money” to cover the “loss” and carry on as if nothing had happened.
If you have seriously been considering the purchase of your ACC lectures or Mark Ultra VIII Meter but need assistance with the financing to make this happen―I have some good news…
There is a financing option I have available that has already helped hundreds of people get their ACC lectures (or other LRH materials) direct with Bridge.
This is rarely used or known about and still applies even if you have bad credit. You will find out within minutes and have zero interest for 10 months.
Since this is something we have had success with, I wanted to try with you as well!
Please let me know by return email or call me directly at (323) 216-7367.
Looking forward to hearing from you!
Violet Havel Bridge Publications
This is really over-the-top.
I wonder how long it will be before orgs are offering the same “service.” After all, it costs them virtually nothing to deliver training and auditing once they have a building. It’s not much difference in cost to deliver one intensive or 3, or one course or a dozen. So, there is little downside risk in “extending credit” and you can imagine the pitch “You don’t have money? Get some auditing now and increase your ability to make it and pay us back in a year.”
And put aside the violation of church policy, surely the IRS could not sanction this? It is beyond any possible interpretation of “religious activity” covered under the IRS Code.
They are probably not willing to do anything about it though.