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I'm looking to get implants done but have no idea how to go about getting a loan. I live in the Melbourne area. Where has the lowest interest rates and is safe to go with? I came across boobcash and was wondering are they legitimate? As I cannot find any reviews or feedbacK
It's wasn't until I saw Before and After pictures on a few Google Image searches that I realized I have grown up with Tuberous Breasts. I had always felt insecure and awkward about my breasts but I felt a sense of comfort once I realized that this condition is so comon! I booked in to see my GP and got a referral to Dr David Theile in Brisbane. I have researched Dr Theile and am excited to be having a consultation with him next week! I'am wanting to hear of your experiences with Dr David Theile, and anyone that has had this kind of surgery covered by Medicare (no I don't have any private health cover). Also if anyone has good recommendations for a loan that will cover my costs. Any opinions are valued!
Hi ladies!! i applied through mac credit & i got declined & my surgury is in 23 days!!
Hi guys I am trying to get approved for a loan before August as I originally planned to have my BA done in August... now it's looking as though I might need to wait a bit longer but I'm feeling so impatient. I have banked with CBA for over 10 years and I already have a variable rate personal loan which has around 4 years left on it. I now want to have my loan changed to a fixed rate as I'm getting charged 16.9% interest! And would like to use the extra funds to pay for part of my breast augmentation and a few other personal things. I have never really had any savings but if I do I withdraw them as cash so that I don't keep transferring them back out of my saver account. I often also withdraw my spending money as cash when I get paid and let my account go overdrawn (silly, I know.) until my next pay. I wasn't aware that the overdrafts were affecting my reputation until I spoke with commonwealth bank about what requirements they had for me to get approved on the new loan. Commonwealth told me I would need to have a savings history for 3-4 months (they like to see over $2000 in savings), as well as have no overdrafts for the 3-4 months. Now this is no trouble for me but cba also told me they had a case like this with another girl who actually ended up waiting another year to apply for her loan and she was approved. I don't have that sort of time but they have scared me into thinking the 3 months isn't long enough! Has anybody else been told the same thing by a bank, applied the 3-4 months later and actually been approved? Or even just any advice on loans? I was hoping to start booking all of my accommodation and flights etc once I book my BA with TCI but now I am worried I will have it all booked in, get declined by the bank and then be screwed.