In a 2years back I meet a girl and I ask her to be my lover of which she rejected me and now her...
boy friend has abandoned her last 3 months and she came back to me asking me to help her with some money to find something doing, what do I do?
Judging by the way you describe your dilemma, you want to help her and know that you shouldn't. That's also my answer. Just because you feel like you want to help her doesn't mean it's a good idea. It sounds as though she's using you, and you most certainly do not deserve that.
Give her the money and say you will charge interest for it and it should be returned by such and such time!?
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