Has anyone ever tried any of the cyber begging websites? I am so desperate for money and I'm probably 2 or 3 weeks away from Chase and B of A filing a lawsuit or judgement against me. So I posted for help on digitalcharity.com - 'cause it's free. The title is "I Need Help So I Can Get A Job". What I wrote there doesn't tell the whole story ... I am in really dire straits ... I feel like I woke up in the middle of a Twilight Zone episode. I know if I straigten out my financial situation, I'll get a job. For me it's the catch-22. Can't get a decent job until I get my financial situation squared away and can't get squared away without a decent job! I sold what little possessions I had last summer.
I plan on blogging about how I got myself into this mess. Never thought I'd be here! I'd appreciate any donations - even if it's a dime (or penny) at digitalcharity.com. Every little bit will help - and I will definitely return the favors when I get back on my feet. I never intend to use a credit again - ever - for anything!
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