College basketball fans, tournament excitement causes people to take stupid risks and throw their money away, warns the online lending and personal finance experts at ReallyBadCreditOffers.com.
Fort Lauderdale, FL -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/04/2016 -- 2016 march madness is just around the corner, and college basketball fans are already finalizing their picks and filling out their brackets to predict who will win the title and be crowned the nation's best team. The consumer lending & credit company ReallyBadCreditOffers.com has taken the opportunity to urge consumers to be smart, and don't borrow to bet on their favorite games - because there is no such thing - as a sure thing. The excitement of the games leads fans to make reckless choices with their money, like borrowing, which will make them pay well after the tournament is over.
The personal finance firm is no stranger to offering cautionary advice to help consumers. The site helps connect people with loan programs and resources to help struggling families rebuild after bad credit, the tournament is a smash of a good time, but the frenzied emotions and excitement can lead people to take risks with their money they will later regret. More information about their recommended personal lending options can be viewed here: https://www.reallybadcreditoffers.com/personal-loans.php
"Consumer interest in our online loan products begins to rise this time of year. Covering betting debts with additional financing isn't smart, it's costly." stated Ariel Pryor, representative for the consumer finance company.
Getting caught up in the excitement is great, I'm a diehard Gonzaga fan, but the urge to put skin in the game can lead people into reckless use of their money - frugality goes out the window this time of year," added Mr. Pryor.
It's not just sports booking either, powerball and lottery tickets aren't the best use of hard earned dollars, according to the company. When frugality and the fundamental principles of personal finance are applied in a disciplined and consistent manner, financial success isn't a gamble, it's only a matter of time.
"I want everyone to have better credit, experience financial abundance and live the life of their dreams," said Ariel Pryor. "Winning in life isn't a roll of the dice. It's a discipline that everyone can learn. We all have it in us, see where I'm going with this?"
Pryor founded the brand to give straight forward, no-nonsense financial advice. Tough love finance he calls it, and they don't shy away from turning over the sacred cows and giving unconventional advice at times. Built for people who are struggling financially, and who have bad credit after experiencing hardship it gives advice on what resources are available to get re-established and rebuild.
People can take advantage of the free information we provide, including the Ultimate DIY Guide to Credit Repair, and The Ultimate Money Saving Ideas List along with available online lending programs and services to help give people options.
"I'm fed up with consumers feeling the American dream is just out of their reach. We fight everyday to restore that faith in people, to support them breaking that threshold so they can succeed!" added Mr. Pryor.
After getting knocked down, people's faith in themselves can be shattered a representative shared. In the end, enjoy March Madness this year, fill out your brackets, root for your favorite team -- but leave the betting to Vegas, and the borrowing for real emergencies.
The consumer finance company provides everything needed to make mincemeat of debt and attack even the toughest financial problems with innovative, eye-opening tools, strategies, and advice.
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Source: Bracket Odds