I believe the answer to that is no. You have to pick one or the other, and I think for those of you out there, you just have to figure out which one makes more sense for you. You should be able to pretty easily figure out how much money you could potentially get from unemployment, and you should very easily be able to figure out how much money you can get from PPP, and you should choose the one that makes the most sense for you.
I honestly don't understand a lot about-- I don't understand as much about unemployment, so I can't give you a huge amount of guidance there. I know there was a question essentially that was like, okay, if I work as a hairdresser and I have influencer work that I do, and I'm getting unemployment as a hairdresser, can I also apply for PPP for the influencer side of things? My gut would tell me, no, but I don't know the answer to that. Again, right now there's a lot of unanswered questions, and what is concerning about some of them is-- if the answer is in two years that the government deemed that you did something wrong, you could owe them a huge amount of money, you could potentially go to jail. These things are serious. I don't think you want to try and game the system, this is just to try and prop up the economy. If you're already getting unemployment, I'm not sure that you'll be able to apply for PPP.
Okay, guys, look, I think that's most of the questions that people generally have. Again, you can go to sba.gov, also go to our investor has made a whole page with information on this site. We'll also link to that. I think you can also actually apply through that link if you'd like. This program, for a lot of people, can be transformative, it can definitely help you get through what is sure to be a difficult couple of months for everybody, and I definitely encourage you guys to look into it. If you feel that you're a good candidate for you, I encourage you to apply for this, but understand that it's a first-come-first-served basis. There's right now $350 billion. I think they're trying to get another $200 billion into it, but there's a chance this money could be gone in the next 10 days, I would say.
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