1. You will receive money so quickly, you’ll never be able to keep track of it all.
2. You’ll have too much cash laying around, making it very difficult to keep your house clean.
3. If the neighbors saw the cash, they’ll think you are a drug dealer.
4. You might raise red flags with all of your creditors because you paid them off. They are used to their victims paying them interest for 20 years at least.
5. All of that time and effort in trying to keep your credit score high will turn oout to be a waste. Afterall, you don’t need credit if you have lot’s of money–that is cold, hard cash.
6. You’re house might get robbed. Okay, I guess that could happen to anyone. But still!
7. You’ll have to get a bigger wallet. Let’s face it. Paper money can get pretty bulky. And taking those little plastic cards out is not going to free up that much room.
8. You might want to quit your job. This is very inconvenient for everyone involved.
9. Your wife or husband might take out more insurance on you to protect his or her new lifestyle. Don’t worry though, making it seem like an accident is trickier than it seems.
10. You’ll have to find new hobbies with all of the time you’ll suddenly have. Whatever will you do with yourself?
It’s just not worth it. So whatever you do, if someone invites you to look at some information about a private gifting activity, run screaming in the opposite direction. You’ll be glad you did.
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