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One point which I mention on all my posts is Government Assistance. If you’re experiencing financial hardship then the first point of contact should be the Government. What you will find is that they have assistance programs for unemployed, military people, elderly and disabled. They can help if you don’t have any food or a place to stay.
I Need Money Right Now – Return Purchases
If you have a sudden need for money one of the quickest ways to raise cash is by returning items that you’ve bought recently. Items can be returned within 28 days for a full refund. Look at all the items you’ve bought in the last 28 days and ask yourself whether you need all these items. If it’s essential items such as food then obviously it must stay however if it’s items of clothing, technology or any other non essential household items you should consider returning it.
If you’ve lost the receipt or taken the tag off you can still return the item. If the store refuses to give you a refund take a bank statement showing the purchase, this will be enough proof to get a full refund. In the unlikely event that you’re not offered a refund you should appeal to the manager’s sense of wellbeing and let them know that you’re experiencing hardship and you need the money urgently, make statements such as I desperately need money and I need financial help right now, this will compel the store to refund the items.