Kobe Bryant’s Family Feud over Money—Keep Family out of your Finances and Apply for an Online Advance Instead
Pamela Bryant Arranged to Auction off Kobe’s High School Memorabilia and Received a $450,000 Online Advance from Goldin Auctions
Money causes family feuds, no matter how much money you make. Kobe Bryant and his mother, Pamela Bryant, can attest to that. Pamela sold all of Kobe’s early career memorabilia to Goldin in exchange for $450,000. Kobe is currently fighting in court to cease the June sale of his items. Looks like his Mom made a big mistake—and Kobe isn’t happy about it. Whenever you need money, you should never ask a family member for help. Sometimes it causes more trouble than it’s worth. If you’re pressed for cash, consider applying for an online advance instead.
An Online Advance is a Short-Term Loan in Anticipation of your Paycheck
An online advance is a cash advance/payday loan that is completed online. Instead of driving to a bank or making various phone calls, you can apply and get approved online at home. There is no faxing, no credit checks, and bad credit is always okay. An online advance is convenient and easy.
Pamela Bryant Should’ve Applied for an Online Advance
Kobe’s mom needed some money. She might have gotten the money she wanted—but at what price? Her mega-popular son isn’t happy with her and she’s received a lot of negative press. Her relationship with her son might never be the same. She shouldn’t have used her son to get money she needed. She should’ve applied for an online advance instead. Do you need cash? Apply for an online advance today.
by “Scott Lowber“