chrisking66 wrote:voted to keep them
since as some have said just cos they morally wrong with they fees and interest rates.......
Then end of discussion, surely - unless there's something you put a higher value on than morals?
yes i do common sence (tho i would of gone with morals but only if they ware offering loans to kids that dont understand the following)
1) is this deal good for me (as in worth it do they pay more than i would owe)
2) can i afford the money to pay back
3) can i stick to deallines
if any one of those are no then should i use them and get in debt then that is my fault not that imutual listed them on here (not that it would matter they on here, they on the tv every other hour, again just cos you see something you do have to do it)
since you have to be 18 to use this site, i would like to think that most people have common sence,
tho i know some dont with the pay weekly household items (brighthouse ect) like £10 aweek for a tv for 2 years (£1040) when you could just buy in flat out for a lot less (even if you have to save for a while and have nothing in watch, tho most people can afford £200 or have a credit card / (accress to a better rate or interest free for months) or have a family member than would allow them to pay them back over time)
the amounts might not be right but the point is
also personally i dont value morals at all (tho wont go off topic with the why) so you not going to get anywhere with that,