Many parents paying for children school bills with payday loans reports

family money loanA recent study conducted by a payday loan resource website shows that many parents are now using $100 – $1000 payday advance loans to pay for their children school expenses. That is mainly because school expenses of their children is becoming more expensive. Lunch money, activity fees, clothes, and supplies all add up throughout the year. As the cost rises and economy is not recovering fast enough, more people turn to payday advance lenders such as Pay1Day.com or PayDayLoanTrust.com.

Average Cost of School Supplies

On the low end, parents end up spending over $600 a year per child for school. This figure included school clothing, shoes, supplies, and electronics. For children who are enrolled in specialized classes such as advanced math, art, or photography classes another $250 can be added to that figure.
Most students are expected to have all of the necessary school supplies on the first day of class. This means you can expect to need to pay a large chunk of the overall money needed for the year during a single month.

Extracurricular Activities

While schools struggle to find the necessary funding to keep the required programs open, they look to parents to supply the money for extracurricular activities. Most experts will agree that students need to participate in activities outside of the standard curriculum to develop social skills. Many schools have charged students to participate in sports, and more are going that direction.
On top of equipment, insurance, uniforms, and transportation, many parents are now faced with needing to come up with $100 or more just for their child to enroll in an activity. This is another expense that is usually not spaced out over time, rather it’s all due at once.

Additional Expenses

Throughout the year many other expenses will arise. Tickets to school performances, money for field trips and other activities, and even yearbooks and high school class rings can be thrown in the mix. A yearbook can be as high as $75, and class rings can run up to several hundred dollars.

Finding the Money

While most experts will tell you to start saving money for school expenses early on, very few people are able to actually do this to the extent which they need. Between standard living expenses, and the unexpected things that pop up, putting more than $1000 a year aside can be a struggle. Many Americans turn to payday advance loans to help with the necessary school expenses.

I found this blog through my research of FinTech and Marketing related truth sites

I am a survivor of a 6 month stint as an FinTech IBO, and I got out because of issues of control and free speech. I could tell stories all day long on what happened to me, but I will only tell if asked. I have been quiet about this whole thing for 5 years, mainly because of embarrasement. Now, 5 years later my mother has been taked by LStar and FinTech, and I’m looking for ways to get her to understand… and to get her out.

I have been spending the last few weeks on the internet researching FinTech and looking at anti-FinTech web sites.

Any suggestions on how to get my Mom out of it?

Doctors and lawyers

i am neither,but if i was i wouldn’t peddle bank on side.you know how upline claims to be millionaires,make them etc…maybe the (dr&lawyers)are not what they claim either.do you think they join to support uneducated spouse to please them?disgraceful,why does bank on one hand say drs are trying to kill us then on other brag about being endorsed by one.at the 1 meeting i went to there was hopeful housewives,desperate couples,or the lonely single mother all trying to get aheaad,make a better life but a dr or lawyer being gullable enough for that……

Well, I got a phone call last night

that just SICKENED me to the pit of my stomach and I didn’t sleep too much last night because of it.

A fellow “victim” of mine called me and told me that when she was picking up her children from school yesterday she saw a little old man walking across the street with a hammer and something else in his other hand. She was wondering what he could be doing and watched him for a moment. She noticed that his wife was standing on the side of the street in an old tattered coat watching him and they looked rather tired and cold. She said they were both probably in their 70’s and they both walked “bent-over” as she put it. Anyway, she thought they were probably putting up a garage sale sign or something but to her HORROR it turned out to be one of the damn WORK FROM HOME sign!! She said the little man could barely swing the hammer!

These HWL people are MONSTERS, plain and simple!! They know these poor elderly people are probably in desperate need of supplemental income (why else would they have been looking for a work-at-home business in the first place) and are probably barely making ends meet as it is! They will lose what little they may have tucked away and these DEMONS know this! How could they be so heartless to sign on someone that old knowing that the time required and physical exertion alone putting up those signs and flyers, is physically demanding on anyone?? It brings tears to my eyes!!

You can be SURE that I will be calling their toll-free number first thing this morning to clue them in on this thing. I pray to God these people have just started and haven’t spent much money.
Hopefully they will head my warning. Please pray for them…

Here a challange for all of you:

Let’s all make a concerted effort to start calling these Work-At-Home toll-free numbers and clue them in on what they are in for! Many of these signs are put up by brand new people and they just don’t know!!

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