A British college student admits she was so poor that she used to eat cat food until she found an easy way to generate income.
23-year-old Sarah Green admits she was struggling to survive when she was working part-time and studying Psychology at the University of West London.
Her diet consisted of whatever she could get her hands on or afford to buy with what limited money she had.
“There was a local cat who used to visit our flat, so my housemates would buy tinned salmon for it – and sometimes when I’d run out of food I’d sneak into the kitchen and eat a tin,” she said.
“I’d heard all about ‘student life’ and knew living costs in London were mad, but I didn’t expect to be stealing my flatmate’s shower gel and having to cut my own hair.”
But that all changed when she claims she was scrolling Instagram and came across an app that paid her crypto to attend events and venues.
“I started off slowly, popping into different places like bars and restaurants, checking in and ordering a soft drink,” she told Daily Star. “Within a few weeks, my crypto balance slowly began creeping up – I wasn’t expecting that.”
While an app that pays anyone to show up places sounds too good to be true, she does admit it might have to do with her looks.
“I’ve noticed that a lot of my crypto income has come from men sending me currency. I think that being a woman has definitely helped get my balance up.
“I make sure I always get dolled up so the crypto keeps rolling in.”
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