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    (Original post by Liquidus Zeromus)
    I'll lend you as much as you want... as long as you pay 1000% interest.
    Brilliant, thanks, i will take £1200 over a period of 40 years.
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    (Original post by Fat-Love)
    do you have a job? If not ask someone you know that you're desperate to work for around a few months and explain the situation. hopefully people will be understanding and the once you have the job you can talk it over with your landlord about paying the £1800 over the course of a few months with your new job.
    Nepotism at its finest. Shame there's no other way of getting a job these days.
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    (Original post by Rant)
    Nepotism at its finest. Shame there's no other way of getting a job these days.
    Theres my problem, i'm living in a city without that many influences that could possibly help me get work, i have only been here a year and a half, and all my friends are students, i am trying still.
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    http://www.walesclinicaltrials.co.uk/
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    (Original post by Spr7377)
    Basically i am fed up with replying in an intelligent way to responses from people trying to be funny, and crushing my spirits in the process. So i hope you are happy. And i really hope that in your times of need people are just as lovely to you, i have had so many lovely responses from genuine people that deserve great things in life, so i really hope that Karma exists. Especially for you.

    lol i am actually in a similar position to you, fyi


    bear in mind, that if you do get kicked out by your landlord, you wont have to pay any rent other than what you owe for the time you've already lived there, freeing up the money you've earmarked for future rent. so your situation isnt as bad as you think - just sofa surf till your student loan comes in, then find somewhere dirt-cheap after that
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    (Original post by Barden)
    lol i am actually in a similar position to you, fyi


    bear in mind, that if you do get kicked out by your landlord, you wont have to pay any rent other than what you owe for the time you've already lived there, freeing up the money you've earmarked for future rent. so your situation isnt as bad as you think - just sofa surf till your student loan comes in, then find somewhere dirt-cheap after that
    My landlord is a good man, and i wouldnt do anything to put him out, i am looking for the solution where he gets his money, whether it matters or not that it puts me in more debt in the long run, im not worrying about money for me at the moment, just that he gets his money, and i can continue living in the place i now consider my home.
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    (Original post by Spr7377)
    My landlord is a good man, and i wouldnt do anything to put him out, i am looking for the solution where he gets his money, whether it matters or not that it puts me in more debt in the long run, im not worrying about money for me at the moment, just that he gets his money, and i can continue living in the place i now consider my home.
    Well then discuss your situation with him. If he is a good man then he'll wait until the end of April for the £800 you'll have then. In the mean time, that gives you a few weeks to try to raise some extra cash.

    Look at it from his point of view: it's better for him to have a full year's rent off you, but to have to wait for it, than to kick you out and risk not finding a tenant for your room and thus not get any money at all.
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    (Original post by Barden)
    Well then discuss your situation with him. If he is a good man then he'll wait until the end of April for the £800 you'll have then. In the mean time, that gives you a few weeks to try to raise some extra cash.

    Look at it from his point of view: it's better for him to have a full year's rent off you, but to have to wait for it, than to kick you out and risk not finding a tenant for your room and thus not get any money at all.
    You couldnt be more right to be honest, i just feel really guilty about holding it all up, i think he really needs it at the moment so i am just trying my best to think of a way to make things better for him.
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    Try Provident and Greenwoods (dunno if greenwoods is in your area but you could try)
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    Might be worth speaking to your MP to try and get the student finance issue sorted out. Have you made a formal complaint? At the end of the day if it's their fault then you shouldn't be out of pocket.

    Shelter's helpline might be able to give you more advice - they're really helpful.
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    (Original post by Spr7377)
    OH MY GOD

    I cant believe i never thought of that.

    Genius

    You have just solved all my problems

    So job that will get me £1200 in two weeks.

    Right

    Footballer
    Singer
    Dodgy bank worker. etc


    Oh wait, im being sarcastic, damn, problem still exists.

    Listen, i apply for every job available, i am trying to do medical trials, and i am trying everyway i can pay this money, so your little 'job' comment really doesnt help me at all, and yes, i did exactly what you wanted by snapping and letting a little leach like yourself get the pleasure in annoying me but i honestly couldnt care less. Now do me a favour and crawl back into your hole.
    oh, i skimmed your original post, i didn't realise that you got a certain amount of time left, my bad, i don't like people snapping at me :'(

    medical trials are the best bet to go but it's fairly risky to take part of.

    can't you ask your parents or friends for a loan until you're back on your feet?

    now i shall return back into my hole
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    You got anything you could pawn?
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    You have no other choice than to go to your nearest casino and hope you have a good day. I was meant to pay off £380 for my holiday last summer but only had £290 two days before it was due, I toddled down the casino and had a good day (abliet a rare one) and left with £410, I spent the change on a huge dominoies and a weeks worth of beer.
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    Quickquid?
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    I would suggest that you examine two things about yourself: What can you do and what do you like to do.
    I think its best if you can make money doing something that you like to do and that you are good at.
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    medical trial, easy money
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    Your body is priceless, use it.
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    (Original post by kristinaalovesu)
    Anytime. I'll look for more.
    Hello, I am More, how are you?
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    Did you sort it out mate?
 
 
 
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