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Reputable companies for Payday loans?
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Does anyone have experience getting a payday loan? What company did you get it from and how did they treat you? Just curious, maybe someone else out there is looking for reputable companies that give payday loans and they want to feel secure in giving out information to them.
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(01-04-2018, 11:56 PM)Setari Wrote: Does anyone have experience getting a payday loan? What company did you get it from and how did they treat you? Just curious, maybe someone else out there is looking for reputable companies that give payday loans and they want to feel secure in giving out information to them.


https://www.lendup.com/ 

It is an online lender with rates which compare well to those offered by in-store loans. LendUp is a direct lender and provides the funding itself, so you don't have to worry about constantly getting emails with offers.

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https://www.risecredit.com/

The advantage with payday loans at risecredit is that they offer long-term loans instead of just a 14-day one.

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https://www.checkngo.com/

This lender will give loans to unemployed people provided they have some other source of income and can offer proof for it.

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These three companies are all well known and reputable.
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(01-04-2018, 11:56 PM)Setari Wrote: Does anyone have experience getting a payday loan? What company did you get it from and how did they treat you? Just curious, maybe someone else out there is looking for reputable companies that give payday loans and they want to feel secure in giving out information to them.

I believe most of the payday loans depend on your location as well as your income or credit maybe both. I know there are several I have tried in the past, but was not in our favor. I think the best option is to search online and make sure you read and re read if you need to so that you know and understand the policy. There are some place that do car title loans as well. I wish I could say go to money tree or something like that to recommend a specific place, but sometimes how much you want could be determining factor. I wish you well with finding the right place for you.
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(01-06-2018, 07:47 AM)carolinasky Wrote:
(01-04-2018, 11:56 PM)Setari Wrote: Does anyone have experience getting a payday loan? What company did you get it from and how did they treat you? Just curious, maybe someone else out there is looking for reputable companies that give payday loans and they want to feel secure in giving out information to them.

I believe most of the payday loans depend on your location as well as your income or credit maybe both. I know there are several I have tried in the past, but was not in our favor. I think the best option is to search online and make sure you read and re read if you need to so that you know and understand the policy. There are some place that do car title loans as well. I wish I could say go to money tree or something like that to recommend a specific place, but sometimes how much you want could be determining factor. I wish you well with finding the right place for you.

This. Many payday loan companies are fairly localised. Obviously there are online ones that you can look into as well, but you'd be better off looking for someone who works in your area!
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#5
There are payday loans in our area but I just don't know if they operates in your location. Most of them transact onlines. One of the rising payday company here is "Tala" and it offers higher rates like 15% for one month.
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#6
No I haven't and I won't not in a million times, I just have to see to it that I save my money and spend my money it's the only way you won't end up having a financial crisis
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#7
Well, there are many companies here for loaning but i don't know if its available in your area. The one company here is Cash Mart. Well, as far as i know the companies whether transact online and by dropping off by their companies.
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#8
I just don't trust payday loans. I am sorry. I would try to get funding somewhere else. I am sure some companies are more reputable then others, but the only way you are going to find them is by doing your research or your due diligence. That will help I am sure.
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#9
Before you accept a payday loan, make sure the lender is licensed in your state. Most states have a department of finance that list licensed lenders.
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#10
Look for a financial institution that offers payday loans. Here we can go to Cooperative it's a non-bank financial institution within the community that offers low interest. If you're employed, there are some companies that allow their employees to get payday loans. We can also go to government agencies if you're a member of their benefits you can make loans and it will be deducted to your salary every month.
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