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The real condition of our country and payday loan consolidation in the time of corona-virus!

As most Americans have been doing I’ve been giving some thought to the spin coming out of the White House. Our President keeps saying that things will be better soon. He’s entitled to that thought but many people believe just the opposite, and I believe he does too. His evening press conferences are filled with positivity and thoughts that this will all be over soon. There’s either one of two things going on here. Number one is that he believes it. Contrary to everything his experts tell him he believes that everything will be okay. The second thing that could be happening, and I believe is happening is that President Trump is campaigning every single night. His position is powerful. He’s getting free TV time every night and his opponent who I don’t like much either doesn’t get the same because technically this is a press conference not a political advertisement. Even with all this free TV time his numbers are going down in the polls that he doesn’t believe in and as he would say that’s not a good thing. He’s opening up important businesses. He’s encouraging governors to do the same.

Important businesses? Barber shops, and movie theaters? Why doesn’t he spend his time shutting down the payday lenders. That is definitely going to be another post here real soon. He’s forcing hard-working Americans, desperate for money to take out payday loans that they can’t afford. This eventually leads these people down the route of payday loan consolidation. All of that is stressful and unnecessary. I’d like use this blog today to give you my take on what’s really happening here. The president can tell you forever that things are getting better but proof is in what we see and what we hear. It doesn’t look good and it doesn’t sound good. There are three ways to look at this. What is status quo and has it changed? What has changed for the better? And what has changed for the worse? Status quo, 30% of our workforce is not working. Unemployment applications are at a new high and corporate earnings are down. Status quo is that in the United States over a thousand people are dying of covid-19 everyday. That’s status quo. That’s horrible. Status quo is that we walk everywhere in public wearing a mask. Status quo is that all the major sports leagues are not playing sports. MLB has come up with a plan to play that might or might not be approved by the players union but would certainly be interrupted if 10 guys tested positive. And this would be in empty stadiums. The chance of seeing basketball or hockey finish their seasons is becoming more remote as the days pass by. If anybody believes that football camps will open in July I would tell them to lose that thought right now. That will not happen. We will not be far enough along.

Now, that might sound strange to say given the flattening of the curve in so many places as well as the inevitable downward slope that occurs after it flattens. But I’m right and I’ll tell you why in the portion of this post that talks about things that are getting worse. I guess the new status quo is being able to get a massage or a tattoo in Georgia. Congratulations Mr. Governor. Job well done. Again, I say, why not go after the payday lenders. They’re open too.I’ve been in this business for years and I see what they do to people. The borrowers come to us for payday loan consolidation and I can see firsthand how badly they’ve been hurt by payday lenders. These are just a few of the status quo things that popped into my head. What’s getting better? The death count is going down as well as the infection rate. That’s proof that science works. A month of stay-at-home and social distancing slowed the spread and greatly reduced the morbidity rate. It’s really like a miracle especially in a city like New York. That’s absolutely a positive. Unfortunately I can’t think of very more positives that have happened. Most people still walk around frightened and wearing masks. People that rely on their government to keep them safe but their government really has no intention of keeping them safe. Please read on. What’s getting worse? I’m going to tell you a story. I needed cash yesterday and I needed more cash than my ATM would allow in a single day. I’m doing work around the house and it keeps me busy and I like it. It also costs money. I went to my local Bank of America branch and found that it was closed. This is Friday at noon. This can’t be right. I went to the one about four miles down the road and it was closed too. Now I know there’s something wrong. I pulled off the road and googled my problem. if it was publicized I didn’t hear about it but all the banks are cutting their hours and cutting their open branches daily down here in South Florida. I finally found an open Bank of America and found a line that was around the building. To be fair, common social distancing played a big part in that. People were spaced 6 feet apart and wearing masks. I parked my car and got online with the everyone else. If I didn’t know better, I would have thought there was a run on the banks. Great time to close your branches Bank of America. Good job. A shout out to Wells Fargo and TD also. I read that they’re doing it too. When I finally got into the bank I was greeted by a masked police officer. Very strange. He seemed easy going, so I asked him what exactly was going on. He told me that somebody was robbed outside this branch the day before. His patrol car as well as his presence would definitely stop that from happening again. I believed him. I haven’t seen anything like this in years.

Armed guards in Banks? That’s not progress that’s digression. The elephant in the room or in this blog post so to speak would be the United States of America opening up over the next few days and people going to work. Down here in South Florida, Dade Broward and Palm Beach counties are still shut down and they will be for a while. Southeast Florida still has it bad and somebody must have told the Governor moRON DeSantis that opening up South Florida wouldn’t be the right thing to do at this time. So the rest of Florida along with most of the country is starting to reopen. What does that mean? Well my take is that it means a lot of people are going to get sick,  maybe even for the second time, because we don’t know if having it once grants you complete immunity. You just can’t have all these people going back to work and interacting with others, masks and all, and think they are not going to get sick. We saw what happened the first time. This is an absolute case of our federal government putting commerce before human life. I’m all for commerce. Please understand that I don’t want to see this stock market, tank and our economy destroyed. Yet I think we need to weigh the advantage of reopening against the damage that will potentially be done. I believe another month would make a huge difference. I think that the American people are smart enough to know this.

Everyone I’ve spoken to, and myself included does not feel safe enough to walk into a restaurant and have dinner. It’s kind of disconcerting to have your server masked and gloved, and having to sit there with your mask on until the food comes. That’s not my idea of a relaxing dinner. Sorry. I know there are many places I will not go. I’m not going to go get a haircut. If it gets too long I’ll tie it back or I’ll have a friend cut it. My hair is not worth my life. This is not something getting better this is something getting worse. As of these businesses start to reopen I believe Wave 2 will start to appear. We won’t see it immediately. It’ll be like the first time. We’ll see it around a month or so after we reopen. Experts have said that when we first started testing and each state was showing 5 or 10 people infected they were probably tens of thousands of people walking around with the infection and we now know that’s true. I believe we’re in for a Long Winter this summer. I believe it’s going to last until the beginning of 2021 at best, and at worst for another 18 months. Until such time as all Americans AND all citizens of the world can be inoculated we will all be in danger of getting sick.

People are going back to work now. This is the time when we need to restore our financial health, cross our fingers and hope I’m wrong. You’re on this site because you’re having problems with your payday loans and can’t make your payments. Payday loan consolidation is the most viable option to fix your finances. You came to this site and you’re still reading. Payday lenders are predators. It’s in times like these that they thrive. Paying somewhere between 200% and 700% interest annually should be outlawed, but it’s not. Payday loan consolidation can reduce your interest rates in most cases down to 0%. Throughout our 23 years in business we have developed great relationships with your creditors. Our A+ BBB rating insures that our communication with your lenders will be fruitful for you. Because of our longevity in this business your creditors in most cases will reduce your interest rates down to 0%. This will allow you to get out of debt quickly and with less financial pain. Payday loan consolidation will start you on the road to financial recovery. Federated Financial is the consolidation company you want to work with when you consolidate your payday loans. We Care!

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If you’ve been reading this blog you probably have realized that I am a big fan of science fiction, that I understand the concepts and the gaming strategy of Poker, along with the math, and I understand money in the best way that I can. So let’s go back to SiFy for a few moments and catch up on some current events. This time, I’m not going to be the purveyor of Doom and Gloom. These are the voyages of the Starship Enterprise.

The Original Series and the Next Generation, along with Deep Space Nine, in my opinion, are the three greatest sci-fi series in the history of television. Again, just my opinion of course, and my opinion is just that. The original series, was the most amazing predictor of the future. Gene Roddenberry was prescient in his thoughts, almost like he could see the future. There are so many things that he invented for the show that we use today. Sliding doors, handheld communicators that flip open.. today we call them cell phones. Phasers were simply a fancy word for lasers that our military has been using for years. All of the logs that the captain signed sure looked like they’re being signed on an iPad…. Everybody with their own computer, and one that talks when you ask it a question. And the computers were conversational!. Roddenberry envisioned AI 40 years before anybody thought to make it a part of our daily lives. The man was a genius.

As I write this blog today there’s one episode that sticks out in my mind. It was an episode of Star Trek the Next generation in season 2 and it was the last episode of the year. It was called The Neutral Zone. There were two intersecting stories in this episode one of which was about what would happen to three people if they were frozen in cryogenic sleep and woke up 300 years later? There was the mother who was worried about her long-gone children. The musician, laid-back and looking for a drink and a good time. Then the businessman who was worried about his money and constantly told Captain Picard that he needed to call his broker. After annoying everybody for a long time the captain finally explained to this man that in the 23rd-century people don’t care about material things like that anymore. The focus is on people. helping people and creating peace in the galaxy. I paraphrase Patrick Stewart of course, the actor who played Picard and still does, but the thing that I’m driving at here is that with all that science and technology has created today we still worry about money.

All of us do, myself included. If you’ve read this blog and have read some of my recent posts, I actually made some predictions that have come true. Just a couple of weeks ago I explained how the coronavirus could very well affect us all and it’s starting to happen. My last post was about shopping properly, saving money, and being able to stock up at the same time. It was about being in debt because there’s a good possibility we could lose our jobs for a period of time. Quarantines and isolating. That time seems to almost be here, yet this post is not all Doom and Gloom. I’ll tell you about the silver lining in a moment.

I live in Broward County, Florida. We’ve been declared a Virus hotspot so to speak, and the governor has ordered the National Guard into our county. My guess would be that they are here to maintain and oversee the implementation of his orders. It’s a surreal experience for me. As surreal as it would be if I was being beamed up to the Enterprise, and I say that with a smile. I never thought either one of these two things as a real possibility. There’s a silver lining in all this. If we follow the orders and the suggestions we are being given by the government, and the really bright doctors on television, most of us are going to be just fine. There’s an extra added bonus too. Yesterday, in one of the most dynamic news conferences I’ve ever watched our president outlined his plan that combines government and private business. This plan along with the bill that was passed last night is being put into place to help the citizens of our country. The plan is about health and the plan is about money. People need to check the internet to see exactly when all that was spoken about will be implemented. I’m sure they’ll be talking about implementation on TV. One of these plans is to make sure that workers get paid during the next two or three months. The president spoke of money being allotted to the workers who’ve lost their jobs due to their employer either closing or going out of business during these social isolation times.

The Federal Government has promised to supplement and help all citizens who are afraid, and rightly so about falling deeper into debt. How they’re going to do it, and how the money is going to be distributed remains to be seen but this is a work in progress and I don’t doubt for one moment that this will happen. I do know that the funds will be distributed by Social Security. How does this affect you? That’s for each individual to decide but I have a couple of suggestions that I thought of that I hadn’t thought of before. Obviously this Federal bailout will help floundering companies stay in business. Hopefully, you’ll be able to maintain your employment when the virus fades. I forgot to mention one thing and thats unemployment. Depending on your state you might very well be eligible. In addition, you probably need to take a look at this. It’s the bill that was passed last night. It’s called Families First. It was a bipartisan effort and after reading it I think it’s going to help everybody who needs it.

Here it is: https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/6810192-Families-First-Summary.html#document/p4/a556363

I truly hope it helps you if you need help. If you’re wondering what’s happening and why businesses will be shutting down or closing down completely here’s a brief synopsis. It’s like a trickle-down effect. If there’s no product coming out of China because they’re way behind, stores can’t stock shelves. If there’s no product in stores, customers walk in and walk out. This creates a lack of income for the retailer and puts them in a position where they neither need, nor can’t afford people to help them… And there goes a job!

That scenario can be translated to any business. I’ll give you one more. Movie productions are being postponed all over the world. Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson have coronavirus. They are in Australia right now preparing for a film. Now the studios don’t make movies. If they don’t make movies they have no product to release. If they have no product to release the theaters don’t get the films, but the theaters wouldn’t get the film’s anyway because public gatherings are being frowned upon and soon won’t be allowed. If that happens all the people that work in the movie theaters are out of a job. So it affects everybody, and every business has the same problem just in a different way. This bill will help your family if you meet the criteria which fortunately probably won’t be hard to meet. Please remember one thing.

I do believe the government is going to help and I do believe that unemployment will soften the blow. I also believe wholeheartedly based on what we’ve seen in China that this is a temporary situation that is handled properly can be remedied and rectified in two or 3 months. This has been confirmed by Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the national institute of allergy and infectious disease. So, what I’m trying to emphasize here is that help is on the way and panicking isn’t going to solve anything but only make things worse. I’d be remiss if I didn’t say in closing that you’re on a website that is geared to help people in financial distress.

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God bless to all, and God bless America.