If a lender is offering you a loan without looking into your credit at all, they’re probably a predatory payday or title lender. Predatory lenders offer loans at astronomically high annual percentage rates (350 percent and above) and for very short terms (usually 2 to 4 weeks). This toxic combination of high rates and short terms amounts to a loan that can be impossible to repay. Why would someone loan you money that you can’t repay? Good question. Loans like these are designed to trap borrowers into a cycle of debt through an action called rollover (a persistent pattern of “extending” the loan while incurring new fees and interest charges). This means you keep paying and paying… and paying… and paying, but you’re just paying the interest on the loan—not on the principal of the loan itself.
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Installment loans are intended for customers who need more time to pay off their loan than provided by a single-payment payday loan. Individual payment amounts for an installment loan are smaller when compared to the single-payment payday loan for the same loan amount. The total sum of payments for an installment loan will be higher than a single-payment payday loan if you pay off the installment loan according to the payment schedule set forth in the associated loan agreement.
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Installment loans may be either collateralized or non-collateralized. Mortgage loans are collateralized with the house the loan is being used to purchase, and the collateral for an auto loan is the vehicle being purchased with the loan. Some installment loans, often referred to as personal loans, are extended without collateral being required. Loans extended without the requirement of collateral are made based on the borrower's creditworthiness, usually demonstrated through a credit score, and the ability to repay as shown by the borrower's income and/or assets. The interest rate charged on a non-collateralized loan is usually higher than the rate that would be charged on a comparable collateralized loan, reflecting the higher risk of non-repayment that the creditor accepts.
When people hear the words "bad credit" it is automatically assumed that people are irresponsible when it comes to money and handling finances. That old saying bad things happen to good people seem to fly out of the window no matter what one may apply for when it comes to loans. Have it be for a house, a car, a payday loan through a bank, they automatically look at you after running your credit report and in a nice way they tell you to get the heck out. Why is that?
By using this website, you agree that it’s not an offer or proposal for a loan. Nation 21 is the sole operator of this website and it is in no way a direct lender. Instead, we are a free service provider matching potential borrowers with appropriate lenders. Upon the submission of a loan application, the applicants’ details are conveyed to a direct lender. Consequently, the lender will serve the customer with an agreement that discloses the APR, related fees, and terms and conditions based on the information submitted.
To access LendUp Loans, you need to live in one of the states where we’re licensed to provide loans. Access LendUp via a computer or mobile phone and begin the cash loan application process, which we've designed to take as little as five minutes. You'll have to provide some basic contact information, and we can't fund an approved loan without bank account information from you. We'll also ask for your employment details or the source of any recurring income. Once you enter all required information and submit your application, you can expect an instant decision any time, day or night.