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Star school laptop broke and cannot afford a new one
Posted by: wastopied - 11-12-2022, 08:55 AM - Forum: My Request for Help - No Replies

Hi, I'm from a Southeast Asian country and unfortunately cannot get any financial assistance because it's usually reserved for people in the lowest economic class (rightfully so) but my family is also struggling and can only afford our necessities and nothing more. 

Please help me buy a new laptop, any amount will honestly be welcomed. I just need support and help, as I am doing part time here and there (which pays dirt poor in here so I had to try my luck in here). Doing classwork and thesis has been so difficult to me now that I only use my five years old phone to do stuff on Google Docs and apps/browsers.


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  Slim Candy Keto Gummies Reviews : Keto Gummies Para Bajar De Peso
Posted by: Slimcandyketo - 11-12-2022, 07:09 AM - Forum: Work From Home / Make Money From Home - No Replies

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  Struggling to stay afloat, praying for a lifeline.
Posted by: GratefulOptimist - 11-11-2022, 08:15 AM - Forum: My Request for Help - No Replies

I chose my screen name because it represents who I am. I have everything in the world to be grateful for because I'm alive and well today, which is a miracle and a blessing given the previous path I was on. Addiction, isolation, and depression cost me everything. I am one of the fortunate ones - thanks to some support I didn't deserve and from places I didn't expect, I turned my life around. I've been promoted to management at a company from which I was previously fired, I've repaired my credit, I have my health, and now have 4+ years of sobriety thanks to a strong support group, a lot of hard and painful work on myself, and grace. I'm grateful. And always optimistic because I know the good things in life are out there for me if I keep my head up and focus on my priorities. Family tops that list. Having managed to repair much of that wreckage from a destructive past, I now face a new challenge and it is weighing heavily on me. Missed work due to COVID and my wife's struggling business has us in need of urgent help from somewhere or I'm fearful that things will soon be at a point beyond recovery. The biggest blow came in recent months - we've been saving for what feels like forever to build our first house where our daughter will have a yard to play in, a nice bedroom...everything she deserves. It's been our goal and we finally felt ready so we emptied our savings to the last penny to pay the builders deposit. The market has since taken a turn for the worse and the loan we barely pre-qualified for at the beginning of the process is now completely out of reach so we will not be able to move forward, which is devastating. The toughest pill to swallow is the builder will not be returning our deposit that we had worked so long to save. We've just taken a few lumps recently and are barely hanging on at this point. Bills are all late and piling up, collections calls are endless and the one bright spot was our hope that the new house would be not just a home but an investment for the long run, which we felt was worth the sacrifice. To have that vanish, and lose the deposit, has been absolutely soul crushing. We are drowning and at present there doesn't seem to be a light at the end of the tunnel. I ha e faith we will survive somehow someway and hopefully come out stronger as a family on the other side. Right now I'm so hopeful that someone out there might have the willingness to help us get back on our feet again and in a position to start our journey forward again. It would take a sizeable sum to bring all bills current and end the collections calls, etc. I will elect not to specify an amount for a couple of reasons - first, I wouldn't feel comfortable asking anyone for what seems (to me) like a lot of money and second is that no amount would be too small to help. Sincere thanks to anyone who would be generous enough and willing to lend a hand, and thanks also to those who may read this but choose to offer their resources elsewhere - kindness is kindness, and deserving of gratitude wherever and in whatever way it us shown. Thank you. Http://www.paypal.me/GratefulOptimist

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  Help with travel for new job opportunity
Posted by: Timerican - 11-11-2022, 07:30 AM - Forum: My Request for Help - No Replies

Hello, my name is Tim

I've been out of work for a few months due to lack of pipeline jobs in the oil & gas industry, so I've been trying to make ends meet by working under the table repairing and welding on trailers and other miscellaneous projects to try and make ends meet. Unfortunately, I haven't been able to find anything good over the last month and my bank account including my savings is officially dried up. I've tried finding decent welding jobs in the area but the positions are usually filled by the time I find them and apply.

Honestly, asking for help is one of the hardest things to do and I can count with 3 fingers the amount of times I've had to do it in my life, but I'm going to have to use 4 fingers to count now, because I'm in desperate need of help financially for an opportunity and offer that was given to me. I posted my resume and cover letter along with documents of my certifications and other licenses to a company based in Lewistown, Montana that builds different types of mechanical projects and platforms for the aerospace industry. I was e-mailed two days ago, and they followed up with a phone interview yesterday where we went over my goals, details of their company, the types of projects they do and for whom. We also discussed my experience, knowledge of welding processes, projects I've worked on, plants I've worked in, my best accomplishments, the usual. It was one of the most amazing interviews I've ever had by telephone with a company. We even discussed the outdoors for some time considering I'm from Georgia and they're in Montana, so it was a nice conversation overall between the different types of fishing and wildlife they do compared to ours here in the southeast. This company just genuinely seems more concerned for their workers and overall well-being of them, it was like family. I was so comfortable and relaxed.

Early this morning, I received another call from them, I was officially offered the position with a deadline by mid-January to get there to do the paperwork and take my weld test and in their words "start our relationship together." I explained that I had some financial issues due to time away from the workforce because of a death in the family and struggling to help my family adjust to life without a loved one and helping the kids and all while schedules and arrangements were made as well as financially supporting the funeral costs and everything in-between. It was a rough few months, so they offered me relocation assistance but per company policy it's only reimbursement at this time for my expenses to travel there, and then they'll give me a home accommodation for 6mos to get me on my feet. This company was too great and the pay and bonuses as well as the benefits were too great to pass up, so I had to accept the job but I told them I will need that mid-January deadline to make it up there. I have to hit the ground running to get the money needed for fuel and food and maybe a night or two in a motel/hotel. They agreed.

So here I am, I'm in desperate need of help with funding for gas, food, and a place to lay my head at night until I reach them and get settled as well as possibly keep my bills paid and head above water until I begin receiving my paychecks. The trip will take around 2-3 days if all goes well, and if you're able I'd greatly appreciate any help that you can offer. You can even message me and I'd happily express my gratitude as well as give an update of where I'm at and how things are going and with pictures!

Thank you for taking the time to read my brief story and for considering helping me. If you decide to, you can donate using the below paypal link, and I've set up a CashApp for users that may use that. This is such a great opportunity that will greatly help me with a new career with a promising permanent position and better future for my family and myself. Any and all help is truly appreciated.




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  I need some financial help!
Posted by: Will777iam - 11-11-2022, 12:00 AM - Forum: My Request for Help - No Replies

I need $200 for food, clothing, and public transportation expenses. I recently became homeless and are struggling to get back on my feet but I'm not giving up. If you can find it in your heart to help me it's greatly appreciated. Thank you


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  Teacher In Need
Posted by: hopeamanda - 11-10-2022, 10:12 PM - Forum: My Request for Help - No Replies

Thank you for taking the time to read this! 
     In 2021, at 30 years old, I was diagnosed with multiple spinal disorders that seemed to come out of nowhere! I did multiple injections, physical therapy and a radiofrequency ablation to help ease the pain it was causing. That was expensive and ultimately drained what savings I had. 
     Recently my back gave out completely, again seemingly out of nowhere! I woke up one morning and couldn't walk. I ended up in the ER and have since been working with a spinal specialist. Between these Doctor's visits and all the imaging required, I have already accumulated $2,700 in bills. I haven't been able to work and even though my job is protected through FMLA, I am not being paid. I have $200 to my name and I haven't even had the surgery yet which will keep me out 6-12 weeks. 
     I am a single woman with no one to rely on for assistance. I'm worried about my bills obviously... Mortgage, car, car insurance, lights, water, trash, food, etc. I tried different local organizations and charities but I make "too much money" to qualify for assistance. I do understand that, but I have found myself in a real pickle. I have worked SO hard to establish myself, by myself in this world. My college, my car, my house, that was ALL me and I'm terrified to lose it all. 
     I am in constant pain and have limited mobility in both legs, so I am unable to work. I have been looking for remote, temporary jobs I can do but haven't had any luck there either. 
     I humbly ask for your assistance and will truly appreciate ANY and ALL help! Thank you for your time and have a blessed day!

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  Long story short
Posted by: NoBodyWhoRU - 11-10-2022, 05:50 AM - Forum: My Request for Help - Replies (1)

Hi, thanks for reading. I'm 50F, married, 2 grown kids and 2 grands. I'll try to be brief and not gratuitously sad, although I'm really overwhelmed right now.

Husband is on restricted hours at his bbq job, due to disc problems in his neck. Daughter works full time in spite of epilepsy. Her current med adjustments have caused her to miss a lot of work. So, both breadwinners have short checks.

The grandkids belong to Daughter. They attend a charter school with no bussing. Grandson has behavioral issues we're trying to work through. We give him a Hyland's OTC med for some of his symptoms but we can't keep it at school for the nurse --dumb state rule. So I take him his midday dose each school day. Being on call for D, who isn't allowed to drive due to epilepsy, and GS, who needs a lot of support, plus getting everyone to work/school/home again, is a full time unpaid job for Grammy. 

I've recently run into some health issues of my own. I required a transfusion and some testing last week, requiring H to take days off work. D had to stay home as well to tend her son, who as a covid precaution, had to stay home due to mild bronchitis symptoms. 

These short checks are really hurting us. Any help would be deeply appreciated. Thanks again. Best to you.

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Posted by: davers420 - 11-10-2022, 04:00 AM - Forum: Chit chat - No Replies

live in a 3rd world country, did all my best to earn 50usd just to put it in an auto trading app called expertbot,
deposited all my money which is only $50, start the auto trading app and unfortunately I felt asleep leaving the app turned on,
woke up losing all of it, feel so bad right now, 50usd means a lot to me. now all of it is gone, if anyone could help, I will pay you back in the future
I just need this money for bills.


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Posted by: davers420 - 11-10-2022, 03:18 AM - Forum: My Request for Help - No Replies

Hello everyone I lost all my money to this auto trading bot app, I waited for a month to have atleast 50USD, I put it all on the app and I fall asleep while turning on the auto trading app, now I lost all my money which I needed to help my father pay the bills, now all I can do is cry, please help!

screenshot of transaction: https://drive.google.com/file/d/123q0nC2...share_link

paypal: https://paypal.me/davedaot?country.x=PH&locale.x=en_US

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Star Seeking financial help.
Posted by: Hemismom - 11-09-2022, 09:22 PM - Forum: My Request for Help - No Replies

During the last few years I have relied on credit cards for paying my expenses. Everyday things get higher and higher. I am behind on my house payment and don't for see being able to pay my car payment next month. I just need help to get back on track. I am trying not to lose my house or car, but if I have to choose, my car will have to go. Thanks in advance for any help you can give.

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