Cash loans are quick, simple, and convenient solutions that provide assistance in time of emergency needs. They make it possible for people around the world to manage life's little financial surprises without suffering the costs of late payments or bounced checks and can save you from embarrassment or stress. Sometimes you need cash now to cover emergencies, rent, bills, repairs, or special circumstances, and cash loans can bridge the gap.
Then there are online lenders and peer-to-peer lending sites. If your credit score is low or your credit history is thin you may have better luck with a nontraditional lender than with a brick-and-mortar bank or credit union. Credit cards also offer cash advances. These come with interest rates that are generally high, but compared to payday loans and installment loans they are likely a better option in a pinch.
A lot of people are looking for storefront lenders. Imagine the time it takes to go there, fill out an application only to be refused by the store. Nearly everyone has a smartphone or computer these days, so there is no need to leave your home. Just fill in our form and the loan process can be done in minutes. Save yourself the bother and stick to online applications, it is easier.
According to the CFB, more than 80 percent of payday loans are rolled over. When you roll over a loan, you pay the finance charge and have another two weeks to pay back the initial amount. For example, if you take out $200 with a $40 charge, you’d normally pay $240 at the end of a two-week period. If you can’t pay it all back, you pay the $40 and rollover the $200 while also taking on another $40 finance charge. If you pay that loan back, you end up paying a total of $280.
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There are currently 18 states, Guam and the District of Columbia (DC) that prohibit high-interest lending. States that do not allow paycheck advances include Arizona, Arkansas, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Georgia, Guam, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, N. Mariana Islands, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, Vermont, Virgin Islands and West Virginia.