Sherry’s stomach knotted up as she glared at the “insufficient funds” warning on the supermarket ATM.  With payday six days away, only peanut butter and Raman noodles to feed the kids, and the gas gauge inching towards “E”, she knew she had to do something fast.

A payday loan seemed like the answer.  Her account was back in the black the next day.  But when the loan came due, she didn’t have enough extra cash to pay the loan in full.   Now, she can barely afford the finance charges nolvadex tablets 20mg.

In 2010, Americans borrowed over $40 billion from payday lenders.  There is considerable debate regarding the economics and ethics of payday loans.  That debate really doesn’t matter to Sherry; Sherry has simply borrowed more money than she can afford to repay.

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