add: Everybody I know uses the lenders for luxuries out of the ordinary. For rare treats for the family and not for Christmas presents and school uniforms. For things that would take many, many years to save up for. I find that article a bit strange, to be honest.
manu...these parents had a very simple and much cheaper solution: To save the save the amount they have paid provi every week and then they wouldn't have needed to lend for Christmas presents and school uniforms ;-)
Adreva, what do mean 'they have abused the poor'? To abuse somebody means to forcefully make them do something. I can't recall having read anywhere that Amigo agents forced anyone against their will to take out a loan with them and if they refused threatened them with physical sanctions. Amazing that there are suddenly so many people on this board who manage to present their stupidity in one sentence only, but if there was a chart list, then you would just made it to number one.
Hi everybody, I found it hard to relax yesterday evening after all the excitement since Wednesday, but much better now. Just looked up the top shareholders and Bybrook seems to have disappeared from it? I'm sure I've seen them on there last week and if not last week, then defo not that long ago. Might have missed that this was already noticed and pointed out here. Still confident with Amigo and decided to top up on Monday, unless the SP shoots up to 35p on opening :-) then I might re-address the plan :-)
senator.. 'a big fat zero' is a contradiction. Zero means 'nothing' and therefore can't be big and/or fat. You sound like Mrs Angela Merkel beatificating herself on a "We have achieved a black zero in our economic growth this year" :-)
Oh my word, Sang and you do really think you have just discovered the wheel? "Buy now and pay later" is older than the Beatles first record. Good luck with that. Most people I know who feel for that trap are now homeless. But you're probably used to crawl around in derelict buildings already ;-)