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TUkelsey : Everytime I click on a program it asks me what I want to open it with. I can't go on the Internet, regedit, or anything. So I can't download anything.
oh and I'm using my itouch to write this.

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enurmouse : Hi,

I have recently (last 2 weeks) been made redundant / homeless. I have applied for benefits but apparently that will take around 3 weeks and apparently I don't qualify for a Short Term Benefit Advance (STBA)! I have some job offers but, unfortunately, I do not have the cash to be able to get to work or to actually eat whilst there. Some of the offers are monthly and some are weekly paid. What I really need is something small that will get me through that first week of work. Borrowing from family and friends is not really an option. Also I would rather not take a payday loan.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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GGYGYG : England? Other than through your own bank - there are grants or interest free loans from the social fund. Application forms are available from the Jobcentre. There is a crisis loan which takes your money weekly from source (JSA). or a grant which you do not have to pay back. However, the drawback is the loan takes 3 weeks to process - the grant may be quicker. Also Credit Union may help, they are for people on benefit that have a poor credit rating. They do loans cheaply.
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oncall463 : I would recommend speaking to the Jobcentre about a Budgeting Loan. Normally you must be on benefits for 6 months to apply for one but NOT if you are applying for support to gain or retain employment... Some advisors may not realise this so you may need to persuade them gently to check their facts!
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SemoHottdob : cash a tax rebate cheque. cash a tax rebate cheque
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lummnhkswcaax : deposit it in your bank account or pay to cash it
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imallyFleeD : So I had a group interview at UO and the next day I got an email to fill out a survey. It's the typical survey about agree or disagree that you see a lot of jobs do now. So I i did great on my interview and have retail experience(where I worked in all sections from the floor, stock, cash wrap). My other issue is I answered a question wrong on the survey.
My question is to anybody who filled the survey out. How long after the survey did you hear back from them?
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neoptetry : 's the best place to get a motorcycle loan with bad credit. 's the best place to get a motorcycle loan with bad credit
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HemChexdred : You might try your local credit union. They are a bit more lax when it comes to lending money than say a big bank.
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ericl2299 : Wait till you can paycash. Try to avoud adding debt unless complete necessity. Like a house or car. And car make sure you can pay it off quick. Not 7 years you will be upside down and have a car that is broke down that your making payments on. Cash is king.
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