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So, how do I actually tell...
#11
What I have to say here is, it is better for you to not request a payday loan online. The probable reason for this is due to the presence of many scammers. They act as if you can trust them, but later you will have to regret. Just be sure of what you're doing. Be careful!
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#12
(01-04-2018, 04:59 PM)Setari Wrote: if a payday loan place won't scam me?

Particularly when entering in my social security number online on a website versus going to an actual building. Probably not the best idea to be looking for this, but I was looking for payday loans that would just be deposited via the internet versus requesting ID information in person, but I ended up running into some sketchy websites and just stopping. But my question basically is how do I go about finding a lender online that will approve me without entering in my social security number on their website for a credit check? It's kind of counter-intuitive to protect my identity but spam my social security number around, y'know?

Try the app, Earnin (formerly known as Active Hours). I haven't tried them, but I'm considering it. All I can say is that they have some good reviews and they don't look nearly as sketchy as these e-Mom 'n' Pop shops.
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#13
You should first check its credibility. You can search online whether how many people are also investing or applying for those payday loans. You can also check and ask people that are on the same payday loan if how are their experiences in the said company.
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#14
Basically just do some research. Look up reviews of various places online, find others who have used them and given feedback. Not the ones on their own website, obviously, because those are going to be biased. If you google the name of the company, though, you should get plenty of results. If there are no good reviews available anywhere I probably wouldn't use them.
Make sure they're approved by whichever government body applies to your area, check the rates compared to other places, and if you can find a friend or family member who recommends them, even better!
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#15
(01-20-2018, 02:50 AM)Sase3119 Wrote: Basically just do some research. Look up reviews of various places online, find others who have used them and given feedback. Not the ones on their own website, obviously, because those are going to be biased. If you google the name of the company, though, you should get plenty of results. If there are no good reviews available anywhere I probably wouldn't use them.
Make sure they're approved by whichever government body applies to your area, check the rates compared to other places, and if you can find a friend or family member who recommends them, even better!

You're absolutely right on this matter for it is the lack of inquiries that make some people that are desperate to get loans to be scammed by people that are giving them such loans. I would have to say that it is not always easy to relax and ask questions about certain lending companies especially when it is easier to get such loans, but the truth remains that one has got to do the right thing in order to avoid regrets in the future. 
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#16
There is no type of loan that won't require your social security, this is like a way to hold you back if you refuse to pay them or so. There are so many ways to know if it's legit, you don't need to do the homework yourself that is why I make emphasis on financial advisor they know best, you can ask the bank staffs about it that's how mom does acquires information about hers, family members and friends informations can help you know which to tell from. I don't trust online payday loans I won't advice you on that.
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