It's a bit of fun…with a serious undertone. There's a million savings sites on the web…but they're all pretty boring…pretty bland…and the good ones ask for money to get all their good tips. Our aim is to get the good stuff to our members for free.
Southport, QLD (PRWEB) October 7, 2009
Cash Doctors, Australia's leading online payday loans company, officially launched The Tight Arts Appreciation Society with the aim to share smart and clever savings ideas with its members.
Company Co-Founder Greg Ellis said, "It's a bit of fun…with a serious undertone. There's a million savings sites on the web…but they're all pretty boring…pretty bland…and the good ones ask for money to get all their good tips. Our aim is to get the good stuff to our members for free."
Mr Ellis says he is determined to change the way Australians view those who are careful with their money. "Really…considering the present financial circumstances in the world, being tight with your money should be encouraged. It's hard enough to earn the stuff. Why shouldn't we be clever and smart with how we use it?"
In his online blog, The Origins Of The Tight Arts , he makes a clear distinction between being nasty as opposed to being thrifty with money. "The Tight Arts should be appreciated and proudly upheld on one condition. Thriftiness must be carried out in the spirit of our Scottish forefathers - pragmatic, sensible and consistent with the value of money."
Anyone can join and benefit from the Tight Arts Appreciation Society. You do not have to be a member of this online payday loans company nor do you need to have had a payday loan in the past. A website exclusively for society members is presently under development. In the meantime, people wanting to share tight arts tips and become a fan are able to do so here: Tight Arts Appreciation Society
Cash Doctors is an innovative online payday loans lender, pioneering the way in convenient and responsible short term online loans. Now Australia's largest online short term lender, it was founded in November 2005 by Greg Ellis and Sean Teahan - two young guys who know what it's like to need a quick cash injection.