There are days when we feel like we've hit the jackpot with the things we
Based on our latest #FNAsks, for a lot of our readers, it seems that the biggest money regrets were caused by following their hearts. (Aww!) But always remember, may it be for yourself, for someone else, or the future, there is always a risk whenever we buy something big. As for our readers below, had they known what was in store, they never would have made the deal.
“I bought a condo. Four years have passed and it's still under construction.” - hadi_gel
“I encouraged and sent [my ex] to get a vocational course. Gave him allowance for his weekly classes and paid for other fees he needed. He finished it, got a job and now he's [reaping the benefits] with his new wife and child.” -
“Gave him the opportunity to be an SAP consultant for our future because he was jobless for [some] months... I even convinced the manager to consider him for the role. At that time, being in SAP ensured a
“For me, VUL and a whole life insurance -- I bought these two at the age of 22. ‘Noong newbie pa
“Paid for a girlfriend's flight from the Philippines to the UK so she can present her master's thesis at an international conference in Glasgow. Spent two weeks in the UK with her after her conference. Near the end of the two weeks, she decides she no longer wants to continue the relationship.” - Jason A. Wright
“Vacant lot in a subdivision - 'di
“I gave [my ex] the funds to revive his business.... My instinct [was telling me not to] but [I] still did it
“I bought my ex an electric guitar and an amplifier for his birthday. A few weeks after, he broke up with me.” - Julia Lavides
“Housing Loan—supposed to be house para
“Bought a motorcycle for my
*Quotes were edited by FemaleNetwork.com editors for clarity.