Oct. 27, 2014 Oro East Mining, Inc. (OROE), a global mines acquisition, exploration, and development group and pioneer in sustainable mining and refinery technologies, announced on August 1, 2014 that it has paid in full the $1,000,000.00 loan from Royal Asset Management Company (“RAM”).
The company entered into a Sale and Purchase Agreement for gold concentrates with Royal Asset Management Company on January 29, 2014, which was later modified by an Addendum, converting the initial $1,000,000.00 advance into a loan. The Addendum was executed on or about May 6, 2014. The full sum of the loan advance and interest have been paid in full by the company. OROE and Royal Asset Management Company have continued their buy-sell arrangement and Royal Asset Management Company continues to be a prominent supporter of the company’s Carson Hill Gold Project.
Also on August 1, 2014, the Company entered into a promissory note for the sum of $800,000.00 with an undisclosed foreign investor at a 15% interest rate and maturation date of February 1, 2015. The sum was used to pay off the Royal Asset Management Company loan.
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