Cheyenne, Wyoming, January 28, 2021 – – AAP, Inc. (OTC PINK: AAPJ) is excited to announce that we have a signed an agreement to acquire $18.8 million in delinquent debt from one of our vendors. Our cost will be 2.67 % of the total purchase and we hope to recover 10% of the total amount on average, making AAP Inc. making this a very successful transaction in the debt collection industry. Furthermore, we would like to update our shareholders on a very exciting acquisition we have been working on this month which would allow the company to benefit from multiple revenue streams thereby enhancing the company’s value and providing our shareholders with a strong company with excellent growth. We are hoping to announce the details on this new acquisition by the middle of February.
Mr. Bakajin stated, “We are moving The Company in the right direction. We are moving the company in the right direction and I am pleased to announce this debt agreement which will bring excellent growth for the company. Also, I am very excited about the progress we have made on a new acquisition which we hope to be able to announce next month. I am pleased to be taking these steps to benefit the company moving forward.”
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