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Loan Max Title Loans Xmas tv commercial
Posted by: she's a Xmas Angel ()
Date: December 10, 2012 03:22AM

this commercial is in heavy rotation this holdiay season on local tv

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wK0ceo4vX8M


Who is the lovely blonde in the green dress? she looks familiar. Has she done some other tv commercial work in the area? Does she know the former Room Store gal? Loan Max is based in Richmond I believe.
Any chance Loan Max might have a meet and greet at one of its stores in Fairfax County?

btws, is that Scott the argumentative dwarf from the old Don and Mike radio show in the part of the elf in the commercial?

thank you, thank you very much

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Re: Loan Max Title Loans Xmas tv commercial
Posted by: Scam a Punk ()
Date: December 10, 2012 11:28PM

Title loans are a get-lost proposition. Get a loan, and soon you will have lost you car.

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Re: Loan Max Title Loans Xmas tv commercial
Posted by: jim143 ()
Date: December 11, 2012 06:31AM

That commercial and the one with the Indian woman (feather, not dot), war drums beating in the background, promising you a $10000 loan at like 89% interest--depressing. You know you've almost hit bottom when you need to borrow money from them. Absolute bottom is the mob.

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Re: Loan Max Title Loans Xmas tv commercial
Posted by: Kilton ()
Date: December 11, 2012 09:17AM

LOL, comments are disabled. Can't imagine why.

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Re: Loan Max Title Loans Xmas tv commercial
Posted by: milfy ()
Date: December 11, 2012 10:54AM

Is it her? She kind of milfy

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9L36c-bgZMA


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Re: Loan Max Title Loans Xmas tv commercial
Posted by: Tough One ()
Date: December 12, 2012 12:18PM

She's fucking hot. Is that Wee Man on the Christmas tree? I'm glad to see a hot blonde doing ads for such an unscrupulous business though, at least it gives me something to like about them.

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Re: Loan Max Title Loans Xmas tv commercial
Posted by: Ryon Gambill Watch ()
Date: December 12, 2012 01:20PM

Ryon Gambill, who has at least one outstanding Fairfax arrest warrant, preys on people who take out these loans. He also got thoroughly smacked in a lawsuit brought against him by one of these loan companies.

http://ryongambillwatch.blogspot.com

http://maraudercorpwatch.blogspot.com

http://7604231100watch.blogspot.com

If you get a call from (760) 423-1100 watch out if you have taken one of these loans. Gambill gets your data from Experian and then tries to collect even though he has no right to do so!

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Re: Loan Max Title Loans Xmas tv commercial
Posted by: pull and tug ()
Date: December 12, 2012 02:21PM

I keep hoping the girls will kiss, but thats just me

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Re: Loan Max Title Loans Xmas tv commercial
Posted by: chief rain in face ()
Date: December 12, 2012 02:24PM

jim143 Wrote:
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> That commercial and the one with the Indian woman
> (feather, not dot), war drums beating in the
> background, promising you a $10000 loan at like
> 89% interest--depressing. You know you've almost
> hit bottom when you need to borrow money from
> them. Absolute bottom is the mob.


I think since it is a true American Indian company they are allowed to take your scalp if you default.

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