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News & Notices: Important note: Lending money between forum members (Page 3)

Topic created on 25th Mar. 2018 | Page: 3 of 5 | Answers: 49 | Views: 16,911
Anonym
I think everyone has to decide for themselves whether they want to take the Risk of lending money to a gambling addict.
I also call myself a gambling addict, and there are really extremely high amounts that I have lost.
I also have a lot of debts to pay back, but I could not reconcile it with my conscience not to pay back anything.
If I borrow something, I pay it back, that's a matter of honor. Of course, it can take longer, but in a pinch you can work it off, for example, if you get a loan from a self-employed person and you are not able to pay, you can work in his company and pay off the debt.

And as a Tip to all if you lend something to someone who says he has nothing to eat or can not pay his electricity or rent:

Before the danger exists that he cannot control himself and carries the money into the Spielo, simply buys a coupon or goes shopping together with him.
So instead of giving him 50 Euros that he might gamble away, give him a 50 Euro voucher from Netto or Edeka, that is always useful.

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Andrew789
Experienced
Gamer777 wrote on 26.03.2018 at 22:57: I think it must each decide for himself whether he takes the Risk to lend money to a gambling addict.
I myself also call myself a gambling addict, and there it is quite really extremely high amounts that I have lost.
I also have a lot of debts to pay back, but I could not reconcile it with my conscience not to pay back anything.
If I borrow something, I pay it back, that's a matter of honor. Of course, it can take longer, but in a pinch you can work it off, for example, if you get a loan from a self-employed person and you are not able to pay, you can work in his company and pay off the debt.

And as a Tip to all if you lend something to someone who says he has nothing to eat or can not pay his electricity or Mite:

Before the danger exists that he cannot control himself and carries the money into the Spielo, simply buys a coupon or goes together with him shopping.
So instead of giving him 50 Euro which he might gamble away, give him a 50 Euro voucher from Netto or Edeka, that is always useful.

That's true, but Netto and Edeka have Paysafe cards Then rather Lidl or Famila. They have as far as I know none ;D

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Anonym
As the saying goes... if you want to get rid of someone, lend them money

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Anonym
Really?
There are people here who do this? I don't believe it!

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RiverSong
Legend
Gamer777 wrote on 26.03.2018 at 22:57: I think it must each decide for himself whether he takes the Risk to lend money to a gambling addict.
I myself also call myself a gambling addict, and there it is quite really extremely high amounts that I have lost.
I also have a lot of debts to pay back, but I could not reconcile it with my conscience not to pay back anything.
If I borrow something, I pay it back, that's a matter of honor.

gambling debts are debts of honor, nothing else
the one who wants to borrow money for a short gaming fun should maybe consider that he will only get himself deeper into it.
i can't go to my boss every week and ask for an advance.
since i think that the bosses here also have a certain moral responsibility, i am in favor of a general ban on lending and borrowing money via the forum.

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Daniel
Elite
However, bans are of no use. If two people get along well and communicate via Live Chat and then lend each other money, then that is the private matter between two adult people. But if there are problems, then these problems should be dealt with privately and no longer publicly in the forum.

We are neither gods, nor judges, nor the police, nor the parents of the members here. It can also be that two players here from the forum meet privately and then borrow money and at the latest then we have no more influence on it. I personally can only advise everyone not to lend money and give a recommendation. Then it is up to you (adult) people what you do with the recommendations.

It would be different if a member constantly begs and spams all other members in private chat and they feel disturbed by the begging. In that case we would intervene.

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Anonym
good hint...afterwards one is always wiser 😉

I can also only join previous speakers and say, one means well...in my case did not give a thought that I may not see it again. Whatever, shit happens ✌ðŸ"

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Daniel
Elite
Avantgarde83 wrote on 10/04/2018 at 16:53: good hint...afterwards you are always smarter 😉

I can also only join previous speakers and say, one means well...did not give a thought in my case that I may not see it again. Whatever, shit happens ✌ðŸ"

Yeah, I'm really sorry for you. But who knows, maybe you will get it back, just a little later. Otherwise you will have to book it as a lesson.

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Anonym
Daniel wrote on 04/10/2018 at 6:57 pm
Yeah, really sorry for you. But who knows, maybe you will get it again, just a little later. Otherwise, it just have to chalk it up as unfortunately as a teaching fee.

Hope dies last.

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S****8
Avantgarde83 wrote on 04/10/2018 at 23:09
Hope dies last.

hi Avantgarde...haven't got the money from Hammerdammer yet ? Or did I read something over ?

Best regards

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