Overspending is spending more money than one can afford. It is a common problem when easy credit is available. The term overspending is also used for investment projects when payments exceed actual calculated cost. This can also relate to spending money which is intended for other purposes rather than being wasted on wants.
A man recently left Mzansi in stitches as he shared how he spent R5000 which was meant for rent as he thought that he had money in his account. He took to social media to share his frustrations on this matter but a lot of people couldn't help laugh at the type of situation he got himself into, recently. On his post he also mentioned that:
"I remember swiping a bottle of VSOP last night and drank only three glasses, the rest I don’t know was had happened. Must I go ask for a refund ko Cofi or what? Or do I need attorney to send them letters? Please advice, I really need rent money 😭😭😭". Do you think something like this would ever happen to? What would you possibly do to resolve the matter? Share your thoughts by leaving a comment below, like and don't forget to hit the share button.
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