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There are many reasons someone might find herself in need of an emergency loan. If you’re living paycheck to paycheck, one unexpected medical bill or car repair can be a disaster. An emergency loan can help bridge the gap. The trick is to find a loan that you can afford. Some emergency loans have interest rates so high they can do more harm than good.
The short answer is yes, but it will not be easy. When it comes to credit history, there is a big difference between no credit and bad credit. When you have no credit history, the lender does not have a way to establish how likely you are to repay the money you borrowed. In this scenario, your best option is to find a co-signer or put up collateral if you are applying at a bank. If you are applying, your credit history will not be relied on as heavily; more emphasis is placed on your current income and employment status.
The special personal appeal is especially helpful (and crucial) if you have issued post-dated checks. Make an appeal for these checks not to be deposited until after you have ready funds. To be sure, talk to your bank and explain your situation so that cancellation of current checks for deposits should be applied and you won’t be charged the high penalty for unfunded checks. Once you have cleared the way through good personal appeals with all parties concerned, you can safely re-channel whatever ready or expected cash you have to the emergency situation.
Why pay excessive overdraft, over limit or late fees, when a cash advance from us is so easy? Our easy-form application and other steps are easy. At InstantCashAdvance, there are never any lengthy forms to fill out or embarrassing questions to answer, and we never perform a credit check, so your credit history is never a problem. Bad Credit? No Credit? Spotty Credit? At Instant Cash Advance, No Problem!
MoneyMe makes repaying your loan simple and easy. During the loan approval process we will set up your direct debits. Repayments will be scheduled according to your pay cycle. Concerned you will miss your repayment date? The MoneyMe customer service team is available via phone, email, live chat, Facebook or Twitter to help resolve any issues you may be having.
At Instant Cash and Access 2 Cash, we strive to make your cash advance/payday loan as quick and easy as possible. If you are a first time customer, the application process takes about 15 minutes (even less for existing customers) during which we will review the terms and conditions of your payday loan. Below you can find out every requirement you need to bring so the process can be fast and simple. Applying for a payday loan is simple and can be done in person at any of our 16 Michigan locations.
Personal MoneyService is not a direct lender and does not make credit decisions. The Company will securely submit the provided information to the third-party lenders and others who can facilitate a search for an offer of credit. APR, fees, terms, and conditions for any offer of credit are determined by the third-party lenders. For loan details, questions, and concerns, contact the lender directly.
California Residents: Flurish Inc. dba LendUp is licensed by the Department of Business Oversight, pursuant to the California Deferred Deposit Transaction Law, license #1004393, and the California Financing Law, license #6054610. LendUp loans made under the authority of its CFL license are made pursuant to the California Financing Law. LendUp credit cards are not offered under any license regulated by the California Department of Business Oversight.