Raise your hand if you have a friend who is always asking to borrow $5, 10$ or even $50. Now, keep your hand raised if that friend ever “forgets” to pay you back. If you’re like me, your arm is probably getting tired because it’s still up in the air. We love our friends, but damn do some of them love to mooch off of us! But that’s ok. Moochers beware: Nooch is coming soon and it will be a lot harder to come up with an excuse for not paying back your friends.
When do your mooching friends usually ask you to borrow a few bucks? Well, when they don’t have cash but really need some (and honestly, who really carries much cash on them nowadays anyway?) It could be out at lunch at a burger joint (or cafe for the culturally inclined), it could be at a nice restaurant for dinner, it could be in line for a bar or club. It could be in the car heading somewhere, or it could be in your fraternity’s living room in front of the Xbox after a Madden defeat. Heck, it could even be at church when the collection plate comes around (take a look at the Top 20 uses for Nooch that we thought of, and add your own!) Wherever it is, you can be sure that if you are the good kind of friend and you let them borrow the money, there’s a good chance you’ll never see it agin.
But that’s what friends are for… right?
Well, yes and no. With Nooch, you will be able to let your buddy borrow that money with the confidence that there is a hassle-free, simple and quick way for him or her to pay you back right then and there. No more excuses like “I’ll hit the ATM tomorrow” or “Sorry, I left my wallet at home, but I’ll get you back when I see you next week.” Yeah, you may see him next week, but moochers have a funny way of forgetting just how much they actually borrowed from you, if they remember at all.
Nooch will let your friend take out his phone and pay you right then and there, even before you hand over the cash if you insist. He won’t have to go to the ATM, you won’t have to wait and he won’t even need his wallet (as long as he has a Nooch account already). And, he won’t have any excuses because it costs only $0.20 for him to send you money and repay. That’s it.
That means you can feel good about helping your friend and they won’t have to guilt trip you into giving by questioning your loyalty or your friendliness. Point is: Nooch saves you the stress of have mooching money pits for friends, Nooch saves your friend the “stress” of remembering to pay you back later and Nooch saves you both the time and energy of dealing with it later.
You can do just about anything on your cell phone, and rightly so. Mobile payments should not have to give you a migraine. And while PayPal, Venmo or your typical bank have mobile apps that make it easy (sometimes…) to pay for things online, there just is no good solution for Peer to Peer transactions like the ones described here. Nooch is changing that with a revolutionary social banking system designed for mobility. Nooch is simple, secure and speedy (we were going to write “quick” but the alliteration was too good to pass up.) So spread the word to moochers everywhere:
WHY MOOCH WHEN YOU CAN NOOCH?