We need $500 in 5 days. I don't know what to do except try to sell the possessions we have on Craigslist as fast as we can, but honestly, I don't think we have $500 worth of stuff here. (we are only 21 and haven't had much time to accumulate possessions)
I don't want to get an advance payment because I am trying to stop this cycle ASAP. We need to cancel our checkings account so we can start saving to settle our debts and I don't want to get stuck in the trap of Payday Loans.
We also don't have any family members to borrow from as they are just trying to survive themselves and my mom has a huge majority of her income in rotating cd's.
These are my plans of action and extra money coming in the next 5 days:
1) Selling any possession we think we can get money for on craigslist
2) Listing all our books on Amazon
3) Working as an extra on Wednesday for 4-5 hours at 8.00 an hour (get paid in cash) $32.00
4) Donate Plasma 2x for $60.00
5) Maybe my husband can get into an experiment at a local university which I already did for $40.00
6) Look for GPT's that pay SAME DAY - I think I heard some exist.
Does anyone have ANY other suggestions that can pay in 5 days of ways they earned cash. Unfortunately I don't have anyone I can babysit for, although I will advertise rigorously and just pray for God to make something available so we can escape the trap of cash advances and payday loans. Because no matter waht we lose, we need to keep a shelter over our heads.
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