I’ve heard people say that messing with someone’s money is like messing with their DNA. You really can’t function without it.
Or…that money is like blood. It has to keep pumping, cause if it stops pumping…well…lets just say you’ll be saying hello to your lord.
Since, all of us don’t live in a sunny world, the need to borrow money is a very real one. The key question is, whom do you approach to borrow money from if you find yourself in this situation?
Relatives and Friends – This one is tough. Yes, in some cases, it may work, but sometimes, you just don’t want to burden people with your problems and/or you don’t want to be in a position where you owe someone you have a relationship with for fear that it may ruin that relationship.
Private Money Lenders – If you find yourself in a position where you’re just not comfortable borrowing money from friends or relatives, then private money lenders like the UK Credit – trusted money lender that you can trust in Singapore is your best option. They give you anonymity, they free you from some of the humiliation that very often accompanies borrowing money from people you know and you’ll feel less guilty about taking time to pay someone back when you’ve never really met them.
So, really, at the end of the day, these are your only two options when it comes to having to borrow money: Humiliation and guilt that always accompanies borrowing from someone you know or anonymity accompanied by a higher interest rate? (I think it’s better to “swallow” a higher interest rate than it is to “swallow” someone trying to humiliate you for needing money).