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I have no money, haven't eaten in 5 days, high fever. Payday loans?

Any advice. my university is very stubborn. I don't even have money to go home next week meaning i have to lie to family

i've been walking to uni and to placement for 2 hours. i have a bad fever and i only have bread.

does anyone know any payday loan that can support? one that doesn't ask for income as i do not work. every credit card have rejected me too.

This is such a difficult period.
First of all, make an appointment with your GP, both to check out your fever and to get referred to a food bank.

Secondly, can't your family help? Why would you lie to them?
Original post by Quiet Benin
Any advice. my university is very stubborn. I don't even have money to go home next week meaning i have to lie to family

i've been walking to uni and to placement for 2 hours. i have a bad fever and i only have bread.

does anyone know any payday loan that can support? one that doesn't ask for income as i do not work. every credit card have rejected me too.

This is such a difficult period.

sadly i cant help but May god bless your kind soul
Original post by PinkMobilePhone
make an appointment with your GP, both to check out your fever and to get referred to a food bank.


I would second this. I really hope it isn't the case, but you may be unwell enough to need hospital and as awful as it sounds, that would at least mean you get food (and rest, and a reason not to visit your parents next week).

Sorry you are going through this. It sounds an absolutely dreadful situation.
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You've been in and out of jobs and courses and struggling with budgeting and debts for years. You won't get a legitimate credit card or loan with a poor credit history and no means of paying off. How have you got to this point again? What money do you have access to; how do you cover rent and bills?
Original post by Surnia
You've been in and out of jobs and courses and struggling with budgeting and debts for years. You won't get a legitimate credit card or loan with a poor credit history and no means of paying off. How have you got to this point again? What money do you have access to; how do you cover rent and bills?


Sorry for the late reply. This is going to be mini rant.

Blame the UK on why i why have been suffering for five years. Blame this country. I never chose this life. I never chose to have mental health. I will never gain income ever again in my life as I have recently involuntary chosen to retire at my 20s (i.e., be on a benefits after i fail my course).

I'm ok now following this post. I'm used to poverty and thank god for food banks.
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Original post by Quiet Benin
Sorry for the late reply. This is going to be mini rant.

Blame the UK on why i why have been suffering for five years. Blame this country. I never chose this life. I never chose to have mental health. I will never gain income ever again in my life as I have recently involuntary chosen to retire at my 20s (i.e., be on a benefits after i fail my course).

I'm ok now following this post. I'm used to poverty and thank god for food banks.

Certain benefits still require you to look for work, if you are capable. Unless you have been assessed as unfit for work, sanctions can be applied if you don't actively look for jobs or take what is available.

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