No and I would not borrow money for something like a holiday anyway. I have never had a loan from a bank and think they are pretty stupid for offering, if they give me money they will never see it again! I do not make enough money to pay back a loan so I don't take em out in the first place. If I could afford to pay back a loan I would have enough money to not need a loan so the whole thing makes no sense to me.
It's how I was raised. I was taught that debt is a dirty word. That you might have to borrow money to buy a house or get an educations since those things are so darned expensive BUT you should make paying off that debt a top priority as its almost shameful to owe anyone or anything money. I suspect people will start feeling this way again in the years to come
by Shil1978 6 years ago
How to Say No to a Friend Asking to Borrow Money?
by borowest 7 years ago
Is it healthy to acquire a loan to service a debt?
by Rastamermaid 8 years ago
Is it ever right to ask a single mother to borrow money?Married couples,coupes,family,or friends is it ever okay to ask a single mother to borrow money from her. Isn't her money to take care of her own family?
by Omar Jackson 4 years ago
Should you let your friends borrow money?
by mamaofthree3005 8 years ago
Can you borrow money with a prepaid card?
by thirdmillenium 9 years ago
To borrow money from strangers if circumstances require it.
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