Oh lord help me, just received my credit card statement

@niitesh (1655)
India
December 21, 2009 1:27am CST
Oh lord help me, just received my credit card statement and I need to make a payment of Rs.13896 by the 7th January next month. Just have 15 days in hand and no money to pay the bankers, I never have paid a penny of interest to my bankers and I don’t indeed to do so this time as well but the problem is I don’t have a rupee in cash and don’t have a clue how to earn that 300 dollars in such period of time. But haven’t given up hope, if not 14000 if I work hard will at least earn 5000 online.
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@pinoydeal (202)
• Philippines
21 Dec 09
Just pay the minimum first before the due date to avoid late fees and such then pay the entire amount when you have the funds ready.
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@niitesh (1655)
• India
21 Dec 09
Thanks for the reply but even after paying the minimum the interest rates are very high and i don't like paying interest but may be this time I will have to follow your advice and just pay the minimum.
• India
21 Dec 09
Dear nitesh, Don't be so tensed & don't loose hope.I am much ahead than you in this.lol.I have 70000 rs to pay through credit card. I don't have any other way except to take a loan to pay this amount back.but its ok,it happens sometimes.I am working to make some extra money. All the best.
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@niitesh (1655)
• India
21 Dec 09
This is one reason I like sharing my problems here at mylot, the support we get here is something which we can't find in any other place. Thanks for the reply and yes I haven't given hope, i am trying and if not the 15000 will earn at least half of what is required and borrow some from my friends to pay it back.
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@chiyosan (29388)
• Philippines
2 Jan 10
you really have to cut down on your purchases with your credit cards as you are spending the money you did not have with ccs. goodluck with you finding the money to pay your banker.. and i hope you get to pay the full amount as i think it will incurr more interest in the long run.