Apparently, if you were ever looking to sell your soul, the Devil would be the guy who might put in an offer.
In that case, we’d like you to meet Satan himself:
Nice shades, Satan
Viktor Mirosiichenko, otherwise known as the Prince of the Air, is the public face of Kontora Finances, a company that will lend you money if you sign your “immortal soul” as collateral.
Of course, something like this could only happen in Eastern Europe, or the Latvian capital of Riga, to be more precise.
So how much can you get for your immortal, ethereal entity? About three and a half grand ZAR. So an iPhone would set you back around three souls, which won’t be much of a problem if you happen to be a Latvian occultist, but us run-of-the-mill single-souled beings might be forced to settle for a Blackberry.
Come to think of it, South Africa’s Apple product distribution monopoly, the Core Group, are already reaping the souls of their abused customers. Only, with the Core Group, you pay them cash AND hand over your soul, for good. Let’s get over this “money” pretence and call a spade a spade, eh?
So what happens if you default on your payments back to Lucifer?
“If they don’t give it back, what can you do? They won’t have a soul, that’s all…”
Core customers, you should probably hit this guy up for some cash. You really have nothing to lose.
Then, when you’re done, come over to Digicape where you leave with your soul intact!
[source : mosnews]
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