Today's entry is a short shrift post from R.F.Wilson who is in London warning readers about the importance of not overspending during the holidays.
In this very short post you can see people who are already struggling to pay off their loans and you will find out more about the temptations being presented to them to get into more debt. So if you read this article you will get to recognise the temptations out there and be able to identify them as such without looking broke or seeming to be a 'Grinch' in the home.
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Here is a snippet of advice you will get from R.F Wilson short but shrift bit of advice as you come closer to Christmas: "Don’t take out more loans, including high interest payday loans".
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Learn the tricks of the retail trade in a couple of easily palpable sentences as R.F Wilson does his best to support you in your late night shopping compulsions.
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A Christmas Carol. In Prose. Being a
Ghost Story of Christmas.
With Illustrations by John Leech.
London: Chapman & Hall, 1843.
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Find out why buying junk from Britain rather than outside of Britain helps the British economy.
And get the growing statistics of how it actually It helps the Chinese economy primarily right now and what you can do to change this.
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Source: How About Doing The Right This Festive Season, Like Not Getting More Into Debt?
- Wonga tries longer loans (guardian.co.uk)
- Legal loan sharks prepare for Christmas feeding frenzy on vulnerable families (dailyrecord.co.uk)
- I borrowed £150 now I owe £10,000 (thesun.co.uk)
- A Novel Idea For The Retail Trade To Keep Browsers Away: Charge Entry Fees (stirringtrouble.wordpress.com)
- In Store: Chapter Festive Fair (independentstreet.wordpress.com)
- Christmas comes early for legal loan sharks charging up to 4,000% interest for festive lending to hard-up families (mirror.co.uk)