The chances of getting a second payday loan before paying off the first one is very low. Lenders can see that you already have a loan and will not approve you for another. There are some payday lenders that will extend a second loan, but you don’t have to dig too deep to realize why… Read More »
Called by many names, payday loans, deferred deposit loans or check advance loans are short-term, high-interest loans that are usually for $500 or less and are appealing to those who need a quick fix until the next payday. However, with rates that can be as high as 400%, it’s unfortunately fairly common for borrowers to… Read More »
Everyone goes through challenging times in their life, which might result in considering the option of a payday loan. Some people go through with the loan, while others may fill out an application but never send it through. In either of these cases, your information may be shared with third-party companies. Not all of these… Read More »
You took out your first payday loan. Then, one thing led to another and now things are quickly spiraling out of control. You may be stuck in the payday loan debt trap. It’s a cycle that many payday loan borrowers find themselves in. If you’re feeling stuck, but aren’t sure where to start, start right… Read More »
One of our most frequently asked questions is “How do payday loans affect my credit?”. It’s a hard question to answer because the answer depends entirely on how you manage paying off your payday loans. But, regardless, it’s an important question to ask and an even more important question to answer. After all, your credit… Read More »
Payday loans wreak havoc on your entire life. What starts out as financial help in time of an emergency becomes a financial trap that takes over your life. Payday loans aren’t just ruining your finances, though. They’re keeping you from achieving your goals.
Even as new, proposed rules and regulations threaten to crack down on the payday loan industry, consumer complaints continue to grow. Complaints against payday loan lenders aren’t growing in the U.S. alone. It’s happening around the world. The Financial Ombudsman Service, the UK’s agency for settling disputes within their financial sector, recently announced that payday… Read More »
It’s no secret that finances can put a huge strain on a relationship. According to a study cited in this CNBC article, finances are the leading cause of stress in a relationship. Thirtyfive percent of all respondents “experiencing relationship stress said money was the primary cause of friction.” With money being a leading cause of… Read More »