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June 06, 2018, 05:59:53 PM
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I am looking for someone that would be willing to lend me £20 until Friday when I get paid, I have misjudged how much money i spent this week and have left myself with nothing in which i can't afford the bus into work for the next two days.

I don't have any collateral available but I can provide evidence of my income and anything else that is needed. I have asked the person I live with and they can't help so I thought I would try here before i have to call in sick and lose more money which isn't good.

If anyone could help that would be greatly appreciated.

loan amount £20
repayment amount £30
Repayment date - Friday 8th June

Thanks

Edit: Loan could be much £10 if someone could faster payment the loan as then i wouldn't have to pay fees to sell the bitcoin.
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June 06, 2018, 06:35:14 PM
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Sorry but you will not get a single satoshi without offering something as Collateral.
Your payroll check isn't consider as one and noone will send you funds just because you make "wrong calculations".

By the way, what do you really mean with this? Huh

Edit: Loan could be much £10 if someone could faster payment the loan as then i wouldn't have to pay fees to sell the bitcoin.
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June 06, 2018, 06:59:52 PM
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Sorry but you will not get a single satoshi without offering something as Collateral.
Your payroll check isn't consider as one and noone will send you funds just because you make "wrong calculations".

By the way, what do you really mean with this? Huh

Edit: Loan could be much £10 if someone could faster payment the loan as then i wouldn't have to pay fees to sell the bitcoin.

I do understand the rules and how things work but It is my last hope in not losing two days wage.

In the UK banks use Faster Payments and if someone was willing to lend me the amount this way then I would only need £10 as opposed to £20 worth of bitcoin in which I would have to sell to then get the funds in my bank account losing most of it via fees and trading rates. Bus fare is only £4.50 return.
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June 06, 2018, 08:51:55 PM
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Sorry but you will not get a single satoshi without offering something as Collateral.
Your payroll check isn't consider as one and noone will send you funds just because you make "wrong calculations".

By the way, what do you really mean with this? Huh

Edit: Loan could be much £10 if someone could faster payment the loan as then i wouldn't have to pay fees to sell the bitcoin.

I do understand the rules and how things work but It is my last hope in not losing two days wage.

In the UK banks use Faster Payments and if someone was willing to lend me the amount this way then I would only need £10 as opposed to £20 worth of bitcoin in which I would have to sell to then get the funds in my bank account losing most of it via fees and trading rates. Bus fare is only £4.50 return.

Why not ask a family member or a friend for the money instead of coming here?
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June 06, 2018, 10:01:04 PM
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Sorry but you will not get a single satoshi without offering something as Collateral.
Your payroll check isn't consider as one and noone will send you funds just because you make "wrong calculations".

By the way, what do you really mean with this? Huh

Edit: Loan could be much £10 if someone could faster payment the loan as then i wouldn't have to pay fees to sell the bitcoin.

I do understand the rules and how things work but It is my last hope in not losing two days wage.

In the UK banks use Faster Payments and if someone was willing to lend me the amount this way then I would only need £10 as opposed to £20 worth of bitcoin in which I would have to sell to then get the funds in my bank account losing most of it via fees and trading rates. Bus fare is only £4.50 return.

Why not ask a family member or a friend for the money instead of coming here?

I stated in my original post I had asked the person I live with, some of us don't have friends and family to turn to in situations like this.
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June 06, 2018, 11:24:46 PM
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Sorry but you will not get a single satoshi without offering something as Collateral.
Your payroll check isn't consider as one and noone will send you funds just because you make "wrong calculations".

By the way, what do you really mean with this? Huh

Edit: Loan could be much £10 if someone could faster payment the loan as then i wouldn't have to pay fees to sell the bitcoin.

I do understand the rules and how things work but It is my last hope in not losing two days wage.

In the UK banks use Faster Payments and if someone was willing to lend me the amount this way then I would only need £10 as opposed to £20 worth of bitcoin in which I would have to sell to then get the funds in my bank account losing most of it via fees and trading rates. Bus fare is only £4.50 return.

Why not ask a family member or a friend for the money instead of coming here?

I stated in my original post I had asked the person I live with, some of us don't have friends and family to turn to in situations like this.

Then maybe go to a cash advance or some place similar in your country. Asking here wont help. You probably might have better chance on a p2p site.
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June 07, 2018, 01:18:43 PM
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If you are really working you could get a loan so easily in your country with interest way lower than those here. Just go at some fast credits and they would help you
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June 07, 2018, 04:16:48 PM
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Managed to sort via another source.

Thanks for the negative rating everyone Smiley
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