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February 20, 2013, 11:01:52 PM
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My girlfriend just got into a car accident yesterday and needed an emergency operation for a fractured collarbone (the other vehicle rear ended her hard at a stoplight after skidding on ice). Since her work isn't very good in terms of job quality and the benefits plan only covered a fraction of the bill, and her family and I have given everything we could to help foot the bill. I even drew out a bank loan ($4000) but the bank won't let me borrow any more on such a short notice.

So I am turning to the only place I know that can help us out in a very tough time.. I am looking for a 36BTC loan, which I will convert to the necessary $956 to help my girlfriend out... She means the the world to me. I have to help her, because I know if I were in the hospital bed she would be doing all she could to help me.

After taking out the loan, I will get my monthly paycheck in 14 days on the 6th of March (my main source of income is I work full time as the CTO of a mid size firm, been there for 7 years so it's steady income). So I am offering a 6.5% interest on the loan, which is about half of the interest that is required because the hospital would otherwise go to the collection agency by policy, which is (11%+$20).

Please consider the loan, you can PM me and I can even provide my eBay account or other reputation resources, but I will only share personally identifying details with very trusted members or moderators of the forum.. Please respond before February 26, because that's when the hospital will go to the collections agency. Sorry if this is very rushed but I'm just trying to do all I can for the person I care about most..


EDIT: Sorry for the delay, it was a busy few weeks. I ended up talking to the hospital administration, and they gave me an extra month to pay because I have good credit and have a steady full time job and income. I have already paid back the bank loan, and were very close to completely recovering, financially! The physical recovery will take a while, and my girlfriend will be wearing a sling for a while. Thanks for all the support and helping me think of options in this difficult time! I love you guys.
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February 20, 2013, 11:04:15 PM
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Wow.  Last time I broke my collarbone I was fixed no questions asked.  Surgery was done never saw a bill.  What third world country makes you pay for your surgery?
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February 20, 2013, 11:06:07 PM
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My girlfriend just got into a car accident yesterday and needed an emergency operation for a fractured collarbone (the other vehicle rear ended her hard at a stoplight after skidding on ice). Since her work isn't very good in terms of job quality and the benefits plan only covered a fraction of the bill, and her family and I have given everything we could to help foot the bill. I even drew out a bank loan ($4000) but the bank won't let me borrow any more on such a short notice.

So I am turning to the only place I know that can help us out in a very tough time.. I am looking for a 36BTC loan, which I will convert to the necessary $956 to help my girlfriend out... She means the the world to me. I have to help her, because I know if I were in the hospital bed she would be doing all she could to help me.

After taking out the loan, I will get my monthly paycheck in 14 days on the 6th of March (my main source of income is I work full time as the CTO of a mid size firm, been there for 7 years so it's steady income). So I am offering a 6.5% interest on the loan, which is about half of the interest that is required because the hospital would otherwise go to the collection agency by policy, which is (11%+$20).

Please consider the loan, you can PM me and I can even provide my eBay account or other reputation resources, but I will only share personally identifying details with very trusted members or moderators of the forum.. Please respond before February 26, because that's when the hospital will go to the collections agency. Sorry if this is very rushed but I'm just trying to do all I can for the person I care about most..

Why don't you set up a payment schedule with the hospital? No collections! Didn't she have insurance?

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February 20, 2013, 11:10:19 PM
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Also if you have been with your firm for that long can they not give you an advance on your salary?

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February 20, 2013, 11:11:41 PM
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Post history matches some criteria of a few other accounts on this forum that were set up specifically for Ponzi schemes. Would you be willing to submit to a background check and verify ownership of multiple credentials obtained through it?

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February 20, 2013, 11:13:51 PM
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Since it just happened, it won't go to collections for quite a while and then only you don't make an earnest effort to repay. Set up payments with the hospital.

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February 21, 2013, 01:35:56 AM
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In a case like this, the other driver's insurance will pay the hospital bill.  Don't worry about it.

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February 21, 2013, 02:18:25 PM
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This is an obvious sob-story scam.

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February 21, 2013, 03:49:38 PM
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Sorry to hear about your girlfriend getting into an accident. And just three weeks after you registered on the forum too Sad

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February 23, 2013, 08:35:54 AM
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(the other vehicle rear ended her hard at a stoplight after skidding on ice)
The other driver is at fault.  Did they have insurance?  Even if they were uninsured, your SO's auto insurance "Uninsured Motorist" component should pay out.

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February 25, 2013, 05:04:29 AM
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How did she break her collarbone in a rear-end collision? Rear-end accidents typically cause neck or head injuries to the driver being struck.

Most clavicle fractures happen when falling onto the shoulder, or falling with an outstretched arm. Direct impact is another cause, but you'd have to be struck from the front.
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February 25, 2013, 02:20:50 PM
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How did she break her collarbone in a rear-end collision? Rear-end accidents typically cause neck or head injuries to the driver being struck.

Most clavicle fractures happen when falling onto the shoulder, or falling with an outstretched arm. Direct impact is another cause, but you'd have to be struck from the front.

Once it became obvious he was lying, he abandoned the account and moved to the next one.

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February 25, 2013, 10:24:43 PM
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How did she break her collarbone in a rear-end collision? Rear-end accidents typically cause neck or head injuries to the driver being struck.

Most clavicle fractures happen when falling onto the shoulder, or falling with an outstretched arm. Direct impact is another cause, but you'd have to be struck from the front.

Once it became obvious he was lying, he abandoned the account and moved to the next one.

I was about to mention the same. His post count has been at 20 for the last few days.
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