Just that really We had done some research but going round and round now and can't seem to find out the answer to this question He did have 3k saved working in a cafe but that all went on rent and bills after that job ended and couldn't find another job, still searching. Nothing in the bank but the student loan overdraft can he 1 switch banks to get money offer and a 0% interest on a normal overdraft 2. Go to his existing bank and have a hat Or no hope because no income?
Oh hang on. Has he already got a student overdraft? It’s jot clear from your post. Can he get a job as a Christmas temp somewhere? He’s 21, and assuming NT, needs to take responsibility for his own finances
He didn't actually swap it over to a graduate account at the time were just researching He is looking for work desperately in his preferred field but is and has been willing to take anything but if you're not taken on you can't force someone to employ you, it's so frustrating His is well aware taking financial responsibility and is gutted he can't find a job and is dependant on us atm Would he get an overdraft ?
You haven’t answered to question so I can’t help Has he already got a student account overdraft? If not. Get him to ring up and ask for one, chances are they will just give it. However that’s ignoring the point- he doesn’t have an income, what is he planning on doing to pay back said overdraft? Surely he would be better off borrowing £500 from you (if you have it) than an overdraft? Boots are hiring. Tesco.
Sorry wasn't making sense last night He is desperately looking for work at the moment we live rurally so hard without a car of his own, he's having driving lessons for xmas, with the lack of good transport around here. He didn't have a student overdraft, just the usual student fees he needs to pay back when he earns. My suspicions are correct then he can't get an overdraft with an income I have lent him money but he's independsnt and doesn't like it but he is also going to try to sign on.
Will they give him a student overdraft even he graduated last year?