I had to leave beauty school becuase of my pregnancy and now i owe money?
I was only there for the start of the school year, then I had to leave because i kept missing days. The counselor told me it was better withdraw and come back when im ready. The problem is I'm very poor. I was in and out the family shelter and I just got approved for welfare. There's no way I can pay these bills right now. What can I do? I only have $600 a. Month. Right now
- Anonymous12 months agoFavorite Answer
There's an old saying 'you can't get blood from a stone'.
But those bills will remain and get only larger.
- Anonymous11 months ago
WHOA-HO-HO!! $600 a month?! You're like a rich person compared to me. Just be glad you didn't graduate from beauty school because they wouldn't approve you for welfare. The perception is that you went to school and should be able to get a job and do just fine on your own. PFFFFFFT! Just another lousy excuse to not help you because the crackheads and slutty, irresponsible whores with 69 welfare babies need it more.
- 11 months ago
A Medical Leave of Absence WOULD be your best bet - check your school's student handbook for their policy and procedure. A Leave of Absence freezes your hours and tuition account until you return. When you return, there would be no changes to your original contract except that your graduation date would change.
- Valleycat1Lv 712 months ago
Ask them if you can take a leave of absence and then come back (or defer repayment to your scheduled return date if you end up not returning). Or you need to work out payment terms with them.
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- Anonymous12 months ago
That’s what u get for getting pregnant, preggor McGregor. Also, beauty school? Poor choice too
- martinLv 712 months ago
If you cannot pay, you have no choice other than to ignore all bills, calls, letters, or other contact from them or any bill collectors.
- Spock (rhp)Lv 712 months ago
just write them a letter saying the truth ...
- JimLv 712 months ago
Pay them what you can each month.