Bad Lending experiences shared by listeners on Today FM Ireland

Have you ever had a bad experience when lending to family or friends? Don’t worry, you’re not alone.

Today FM’s Paula MacSweeney highlights listeners bad lending experiences in her article and overall sums up ‘Don’t loan what you can’t afford to lose.’

Paula writes that most people who loan money to family and friends are too afraid to ask for it back. She goes on to point out that the average person from Ireland loses around 260 euro a year from unpaid loans between family and friends.

Check out the link to see some of the crazy experiences from listeners of the Early Breakfast show on Today FM. Some will leave you shocked!

Credit: Paula Macsweeney

Source: www.todayfm.com

Tim K. Dean, Credi Founder | Commentator & Expert on Family Lending, Bank of Mum & Dad and Neo-Credit Scores is available for media interviews and appearances. More…

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