At one time or another most of us will have had money problems, that’s life. Whether you be a student living on the breadline, or work circumstances have changed leaving you strapped for cash, it can be hard to keep afloat when your bank is well and truly drained. Here are some ways how to make money fast when you need it the most.
How To Raise Cash With Little Effort
Cash In Your Gold
This is a perfect solution to be rid of those odd earrings or old jewellery that is sitting hidden away in jewellery boxes never to be worn. You can go into your local cash for gold store and get an instant quote for your scrap gold.
Fill Up The Car With Unused Bric-A-Brac
Have a good sort out around the house and even the shed of things that you no longer need. Pack it up in the car and find your nearest car boot. It ‘s normally only a couple of pounds to hire a table, you will probably pull that back in the first hour.
If you are in absolute need of some cash and you need it almost immediately then perhaps small loans could be an option? I’m not into borrowing huge amounts as I see them quite a risk to take should your circumstances change. Short term loans are far more favourable and have realistic repayable amounts.
Help Somebody Out
Have a skill? Then why not help somebody that needs a job doing for quick cash? Sign up to Bidvine and get access to customers wanting all sorts of things doing, from gardening, assembling flat packed furniture, the list is endless. The chances are that they are trying to find somebody who can do the job in hand ASAP.
Sort Through Your Wardrobe
Have loads of clothes that will never see daylight again? Then why not cash them in at places like Cash4Clothes? I have a charity clothes bank near my home, so I use that. However Cash4Clothes offer 45p per KG and if you go to store or they can collect and offer 35p per KG. All clothing gets sent to less fortunate countries where it will all be reused. There are many more companies with the same concept, should this one not operate near where you live.
I hope these options will be of some use should you ever need money at short notice.
Have you used any of the above?
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