I have no one to borrow from.

Considerations if you're feeling like you have no one to borrow money from.

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Written by Airion
Updated over a week ago

According to the American Consumer Credit Counseling, 82% of all American respondents would loan money to a relative in need. An astounding 92% of young American respondents (aged 18-34) declared they would do the same.

Consider someone you've borrowed money from in the past. With Zirtue facilitating the loan, the dynamics are just different.

Here are a few ideas of some people that may be willing to help you:

  • An immediate or distant relative

  • Members of your religious community

  • A co-worker

  • An old or new friend

Remember, asking for help is an act of strength and courage! Research shows many of us underestimate how willing — even happy! — others are to lend a helping hand.

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