I didn't catch what you were referring to until I saw theThe sugar daddy advice?
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Yes, it is easy to save.. it may only be $5 here, or $10 there.. but almost EVERY student I've ever known wasted money on stuff. Morning cup from Starbucks (or even McDonalds)... put that money in the kitty and drink water. Buying name brand shoes instead of going to WalMart and getting shoes that work.. there is always somewhere to save from. VERY few students are living hand -> mouth while they are in school. If you are to young to be working a "real" job, there are always side jobs that can be done... I mowed yards for years to make money before I could "officially" work.Saving money is indeed not an easy task, especially if you are a student.
Think many that ask this needs reality brought to the forefront. As i said, almost every student (and every person) wastes money that they don't think they are "wasting" it on, but they spend on a "want" and not a "need"... but that money can be put towards the kitty if you want something bad enough. Classic case... folks that "just have to have their coffee" and go through 2 1lb bags a month. Even at the cheapest coffee that's $10-$20 a bag x2 a month... so drink water instead of coffee and in 4-8 months you've got the money to purchase it.Don't think Michael's here for the lecture on saving money.
One of the worst suggestions you can give generally... because eventually there is conflict... and generally the one with no financial investment is the one who suffers.Hence why i suggested he should go with a mate who is willing to pay for a xenforo licence.
They will never give a discount even if you ask for it personally and provide authentic evidence that you are genuinely poor or don't have enough money. Business is business.Saving money is indeed not an easy task, especially if you are a student.
Short of a person sending them copies of their tax returns and a driver's license or passport to go with it, I'm not sure what would constitute "authentic evidence" of being poor.They will never give a discount even if you ask for it personally and provide authentic evidence that you are genuinely poor or don't have enough money. Business is business.
I myself owed money to my sibling when buying my first XenForo license.
I hope you will be able to purchase a XenForo license in the future.
In my community, saying things like that is not good, it's disrespectful. Just because you are wealthy doesn't mean you have the right to belittle others for their poverty.Even the Pope will not receive a discount, and you, poor student, would like to get one? Shame on you...