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    (Original post by holson)
    As I said, you're the one who is replying...

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    Because you are purposely ignoring advice. I am helping you, because you won't help yourself.

    What did the first reply to this thread say?
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    (Original post by TwinnyP)
    Because you are purposely ignoring advice. I am helping you, because you won't help yourself.

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    No im not, as i said i taking it all in. Now please leave me alone.
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    (Original post by holson)
    No im not, as i said i taking it all in. Now please leave me alone.
    :lol: :lol: :lol:

    No wonder your life is a mess :lol:
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    (Original post by TwinnyP)
    You started this thread 9 hours ago. The first reply advised you to call the collections team to arrange a payment plan that was suitable for you and your circumstances.

    Yet here we are at 10pm going round in circles because you keep making excuses. You had your answer within an hour of creating the thread.
    The OP is making up excuse after excuse it seems.

    The reality is, it's not difficult to gather £20 to pay back. Find savings in your weekly expenditure. Sell something you own. Cut down on your electricity and hot water usage. Quit your phone contract. She's already been given 1 idea - walk instead of taking the bus. That would easily cover the £20 after a few weeks.

    If you really wanted to make £20, you could quite easily do it. But you obviously don't want to, otherwise you wouldn't be arguing on a student forum.
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    (Original post by snowman77)
    the op is making up excuse after excuse it seems.

    The reality is, it's not difficult to gather £20 to pay back. Find savings in your weekly expenditure. Sell something you own. Cut down on your electricity and hot water usage. Quit your phone contract. She's already been given 1 idea - walk instead of taking the bus. That would easily cover the £20 after a few weeks.

    If you really wanted to make £20, you could quite easily do it. But you obviously don't want to, otherwise you wouldn't be arguing on a student forum.
    You dont know her circumstances!!! How dare you assume!!!
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    (Original post by snowman77)
    The OP is making up excuse after excuse it seems.

    The reality is, it's not difficult to gather £20 to pay back. Find savings in your weekly expenditure. Sell something you own. Cut down on your electricity and hot water usage. Quit your phone contract. She's already been given 1 idea - walk instead of taking the bus. That would easily cover the £20 after a few weeks.

    If you really wanted to make £20, you could quite easily do it. But you obviously don't want to, otherwise you wouldn't be arguing on a student forum.


    (Original post by TwinnyP)
    Because you are purposely ignoring advice. I am helping you, because you won't help yourself.

    What did the first reply to this thread say?
    (Original post by holson)
    No im not, as i said i taking it all in. Now please leave me alone.
    Also mentioned you can do online surveys to make money, stop making fuss over £20 its really nothing. I wonder how you are going to act in the future when you have debts of maybe £200+. You going to cry about it then as well? Seriously get a grip
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    (Original post by Abdi112)
    Also mentioned you can do online surveys to make money, stop making fuss over £20 its really nothing. I wonder how you are going to act in the future when you have debts of maybe £200+. You going to cry about it then as well? Seriously get a grip
    Perspective :yy:
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    (Original post by snowman77)
    The OP is making up excuse after excuse it seems.

    The reality is, it's not difficult to gather £20 to pay back. Find savings in your weekly expenditure. Sell something you own. Cut down on your electricity and hot water usage. Quit your phone contract. She's already been given 1 idea - walk instead of taking the bus. That would easily cover the £20 after a few weeks.

    If you really wanted to make £20, you could quite easily do it. But you obviously don't want to, otherwise you wouldn't be arguing on a student forum.
    I don't have an expenditure to cut down on, I don't pay the bills except phone contract and if I quit that I have to pay the remainder of the contract (which is about 10 months x £15). I don't have anything worth selling. I dont use the bus except for when I have an interview that isn't walkable (e.g. no paths) so if I get an interview and I can't get to it I'm screwed. So I budgeted about 4.50 a week for that. I have an interview on Friday that I'll be using it for, for example. If I get that job then I'll be fine.

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    (Original post by Abdi112)
    Also mentioned you can do online surveys to make money, stop making fuss over £20 its really nothing. I wonder how you are going to act in the future when you have debts of maybe £200+. You going to cry about it then as well? Seriously get a grip
    I have a debt of nearly £1500...

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    (Original post by holson)
    that isn't walkable (e.g. no paths) so if I get an interview and I can't get to it I'm screwed.
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    Wow :lol: :lol: :lol:

    "So why couldn't you attend the interview Miss?"

    "There was no paths"
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    (Original post by TwinnyP)
    You dont know her circumstances!!! How dare you assume!!!
    Silly me, I shouldn't assume :lol:
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    (Original post by TwinnyP)
    Wow :lol: :lol: :lol:

    "So why couldn't you attend the interview Miss?"

    "There was no paths"
    If you wanna get run over go right ahead but I'm not up for it

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    (Original post by holson)
    If you wanna get run over go right ahead but I'm not up for it

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    ****ing hell :lol: Absolute gold you are.
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    All the replies ive read in the thread doesn't mention this....

    But yeah, here is a little screenshot of me doing online tasks for the past two months

    Its not much but better than nothing and crying about it
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    (Original post by holson)
    I have a debt of nearly £1500...

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    (Original post by Abdi112)
    All the replies ive read in the thread doesn't mention this....

    But yeah, here is a little screenshot of me doing online tasks for the past two months

    Its not much but better than nothing and crying about it
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    How have you made that much? I've made like £2.50 and keep getting screened out of every bloody survey

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    (Original post by holson)
    We can't top up our emergency money, so its not a decision I can make lightly.

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    if you cant pay back £20 into your emergency fund then how would you expect to pay back a payday loan - please dont get a payday loan just call them up on the free number - if you really cant try borrowing a few quid of a couple of people it will quickly add up to the £20
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    I owed money to SFE from a previous degree I didn't complete. They asked me to pay them back but I forgot to phone them back and they just took the extra I hadn't paid out of my next payment for the next course I enrolled on. Chill if you're getting another SFE payment for another course/degree they'll just take what you owe off that.
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    (Original post by holson)
    How have you made that much? I've made like £2.50 and keep getting screened out of every bloody survey

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    Don't like your attitude and don't think I can take you seriously.

    Maybe something like, could you please tell me how you made that?

    Hurts to be nice these days.

    Showing myself out of this thread.
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    (Original post by holson)
    If you wanna get run over go right ahead but I'm not up for it

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    You realy need to improve your attitude tpo construct help from others
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    (Original post by holson)
    I have a debt of nearly £1500...

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    Try £30k
 
 
 

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