Hi, I’m asking for $7,455.00 as an emergency to get my car back. I was laid off from work last December, and I’ve been trying to get my car back as soon as possible. It was repoed, and I’ve been struggling to make payments with the little money I have. I’ve been trying to look for employment, but the job market is really tough right now. I hate asking anyone for money, because I like to work for the things I have. Unfortunately, the car isn’t a luxury, it’s something I need to get around from place to place and interview to interview when looking for a job. I would also be willing to do some sort of work for this money, as I really don’t want to ask for a freebie. I’m not even asking for the money to go straight to my paypal, I’ll be more than happy to give the number to my financial auto loan institution to pay them directly. I would really appreciate any help I can get for my current situation. I have no family here except my mom, who is a 70 year old elderly woman, and I do my best to also take care of her, because just like myself, we have no family here whatsoever. If you are wondering why I didn’t reach out sooner, it’s because I like to try and figure out the issue myself before asking for money, and therefore, I wanted to take it upon myself to try and make those payments. Any help would highly be appreciated, and as I mentioned, I would be willing to do some kind of work to compensate for any money received. As far as a copy of a repo letter, it was just picked up today, so the financial institution said it would take 3-5 business days to get the redemption letter in the mail. What I’m trying to stop is having it be sold in an auction and being unable to recover my vehicle at that point. Again, my car is very important to me, not for luxury purposes, but for being able to get from interview to interview in the process of looking for a job. You might thing the bus is an option, but the busses here don’t run on schedule, and I don’t want to be late for a job interview, because that would just look bad to a potential job opportunity. Thank you.