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90 Day Fiancé: Andrei Asks For Money

90 Day Fiancé: Andrei Asks For Money

90 Day Fiance stars Andrei and Elizabeth are back in the sixth season of Happily Ever After?? The two have successfully managed their lives as a married couple. However, Andrei Castravet still relies on Elizabeth Potthast’s father when it comes to money.

Apparently, Andrew had one of the most controversial weddings of their season after Elizabeth Potthast’s father Chuck paid for their second wedding in Moldova.

90 Day Fiance star Andrei shared some good news during the premiere of Happy Season. Apparently, Andrei Castravet revealed that he finally got his real estate license and is going to start his career flipping houses.

Andrei Castravet has been a stay-at-home dad for a while now. His unemployment was also a big problem for Elizabeth Potthast, especially her parents. Now, it seems, Andrei is finally taking steps to become a successful husband.

90 Day Fiancé: Andrei Asks For Money

90 Day Fiance star Andrei is keen to start his real estate career as early as possible. But fans are upset by his idea to ask Elizabeth’s father Chuck for a starter’s salary. During the first episode of 90 Day Fiance. Season 6, Andrew and Chuck went to a restaurant to talk about Andrew’s marriage proposal.

Apparently, Andrei Castravet asked Chuck to lend him $100,000 to help him start his real estate business. Chuck, however, was surprised by Andrei’s sudden proposal.

“I really can’t believe he has the audacity to call a meeting and ask me to loan him $100,000,” Chuck said during the interview. Afterwards, Chuck told Andrei Castravet frankly that he had no experience flipping houses. He also told Andre that he had never seen him work hard. However, Chuck eventually ended up helping Andre after Andre’s daughter did.

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