Europe is slowly emerging from the crisis and post-crisis problems, but this does not mean that everyone already has adequate financial resources. Many people are still struggling with the effects of the crisis. The most disadvantaged are people who have lost their jobs, or sources of income. It is obvious that such people are looking for employment and will certainly find them, but they will need extra cash during the search. Question – where to get it?
The Central Statistical Office claims that unemployment in Poland falls and in 2015, is to return to the level it had five years ago. This means that 10% of people of working age will be out of work. Where does this improvement come from? Employment is gradually increasing as the condition of the economy improves. The holiday period of 2014 was considered to be particularly good, but autumn also proved good. Employment translates into more money in portfolios, which attracted the attention of the loan industry. Its representatives outdo each other in advertisements and ideas that are to encourage quick and small commitments to unforeseen needs.
Losing a job is a very unpleasant, stressful experience. It seems that the ground suddenly disappears and the unemployed person wonders where to get money for the most important needs. In the end, the lack of work is not tantamount to the possibility of not paying bills. You have to find money for the fees and food.
The amount needed, even the smallest one, can not be obtained at the bank, because with the termination of the employment contract, the bank is no longer a reliable client. This situation makes the needy people try to borrow money from family and friends. It is not always possible, and additionally it is embarrassing on both sides.
This makes the only way for financial liquidity is to use a non-bank company that offers payday loans. They are a small loan, which is granted for a short time, with a minimum of formalities that must be met. Usually, it is the only option for unemployed people. A quick loan and dedication from a new salary after finding a job.