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Does anyone know a website I really need some money I have a full time job
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First thing that comes to mind is JG Wentworth
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Where do you live?

How long have you been at your current job?

What do you need the loan for?
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NutsNotHanginOut wroteWhere do you live?

How long have you been at your current job?

What do you need the loan for?

I live in the UK I've had my job for over a year and a funeral
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NutsNotHanginOut wroteWhere do you live?

How long have you been at your current job?

What do you need the loan for?

I live in the UK I've had my job for over a year and a funeral


Ok If I were you I would look for a credit union near you and get a personal loan from them, or a credit card, they will usually give you a better interest percentage than a bank. Dont get a loan from a bank, they will bend you over, literally.

Take care, hope everything sorts outs.
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A lot of places (at least here in the US) will give you a certain amount with the idea that your job is your credit. If you're established at your job and make a bit of money then they will lend to you.
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