|Short Term Personal Loan||$15 fee|
|Bounced Check||$32 fee|
|Late Credit Card Payment||$37 fee|
|Late Utility Bill||$46 fee|
*Based on $100 loan or $100 balance on existing accounts. This shows average fees – your rate may differ.
About your payday loan
Most payday lenders offer loans in amounts of $100 to $1,000, with the average loan being between $300-$500. Fees are typically $15 to $30 per $100 borrowed, depending on local and state laws. Due dates for your payday loans are usually upon your next payroll deposit, but some lenders can extend that up to 45 days from the time of your loan. Installment options are also available in many cases.
We recommend that borrowers consider the amount of their next paycheck and determine how much they can responsibly pay back within their budget. Although most lenders allow you to “re-purchase” or renew your loan, this is not recommended, as it can lead to a cycle of loans that end up costing you much more in the long term.
In our online application, we request all of the relevant identification and financial data that the lenders require to process your loan, no faxing required. This information is securely transferred to the lender who processes your loan, depositing your funds within the same business day, often within a few hours. It’s as simple as that.
Bad credit? Not a problem
Payday loans aren’t like mortgage or auto loans. They’re unsecured personal loans for small amounts for people in need of temporary financial assistance. The lenders know this, and are open to lending to people with less-than-stellar credit ratings. In most cases, loans are based on income and other signals, with no credit checks against the credit bureaus involved.
No faxing hassles
Faxless payday loans may allow many people who have internet access and a savings or checking account to instantly decrease some economic worries using always-available cash. Many types of loans require proof of identity and that usually requires faxing. Typically that is never a problem applying through us for a loan.
APR: The equivalent annualized percentage rate for payday loans and other short-term installment loans ranges from 547.5% to 999.45%, based on the amount and the length of the loan. Larger loans with longer payback periods have lower interest rates. While this sounds large, one must consider that these loans are only meant to be for a very small time-frame, usually 2 weeks. Annualizing other fees in the same manner results in APR of 2336% for a returned check fee of $32 against a $100 check, a 965% fee against a $37 credit card late fee or over the limit fee, or a 1203% APR for a typical $46 reconnect fee by a utility company.
Financial Implications: Short term payday loans are meant to be just that: Short term. Typical fees range from $15 to $40 for every $100 borrowed up to $500.00. Fees per $100 begin dropping on loans larger than $500.00. Fees are typically less than what borrowers can expect to pay for bouncing a check, having a utility disconnected, or paying a credit card bill late.
Collection Practices: If a loan becomes delinquent, attempts at collections are first conducted internally, primarily through telephone, an attempt to work out a pay-off arrangement that takes into strong consideration the financial condition of the borrower. If, after all attempts at internal collections have failed, the lending agency may send the loan to a third party collection agency in an attempt to recover the funds lent in good faith.
Credit Score Impacts: Short term, payday loan lenders may rely on any of the three (3) major rating agencies – Equifax, Experian, or Transunion. Generally, the borrower doesn’t have to bear concern that their score may be affected by having the loan request determined by results from these agencies, however, such determination is solely in the discretion of the payday loan lender(s), which may result in the lender(s) submitting, among other things, the borrower’s request for the loan, or the subsequent payment(s) under the loan to any of these agencies. Short term lenders may also rely on their own scoring criteria, which is generally based on income and ability to repay, as well as the borrower’s payment history of any previous payday loans that have been made with the lender in question, or with other payday lenders.