I paid off my husband’s debt for Valentine’s Day – it cost me thousands but it’s the best way to show him I love him

MOST of us might be hoping to wake up to a card or if we’re lucky a bunch of flowers tomorrow morning.

But one woman took her gift a step further when she paid off her husband’s debts for Valentine’s Day.


TikTok user Katrina Cherry shared a video of her making the final payments to her husband's creditor in a bid to showcase her love for him.

Captioning the video, she wrote: “My husband’s Valentine’s gift, I levelled up his credit score for us. Paid off his/ our debt!”

In the video, Katrina can be seen fanning out a wad of cash containing dozens of hundred dollar bills on the desk of a Regional Finance – a US loan provider.

Katrina doesn’t reveal exactly how much her husband owed, but there appears to be more than 20 one hundred dollar bills, equal to over $2k (£1.5k).

In previous videos the mum has revealed that her children work as credit repair specialists and may have been on hand to help Katrina.

Katrina also has a real estate business which helped pay off the debts in time for February 14.

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