Our lenders work with your bank to ensure that the agreed amount is deducted from your account automatically every payday till the amount is fully repaid. Since the repayment amount is deducted from the account automatically, there is low risk of late payment. The borrower is therefore protected from charges that they may have incurred as a result of late repayment.
There are plenty of ways to find a payday loan near you. A lot of people use an internet search engine to find lenders within their areas. Depending on where you live, you may also find several lenders in your neighborhood. Even if the payday lender is nearby, though, you have to walk or drive to its location before you can secure money. Just half an hour of travel can make a big difference when you're trying to pay a bill and avoid a late fee.
Payday loans typically let you borrow small amounts of money so you can pay for emergency expenses like car repairs and healthcare. With most payday loans, you need to repay the money you borrow quickly, usually within a couple of weeks, which is when the lender assumes you will get your next paycheck. Some lenders advertise “no credit check” payday loans. This can be misleading, although some lenders really don't perform any credit checks. More often, the term means that the lender will perform a soft check (a basic check that can include your credit rating), or will check your financial history from sources outside the traditional three big credit bureaus (TransUnion, Equifax, and Experian). The good news is that soft checks are visible only to you and won't lower your credit score. A hard check with a traditional credit bureau, such as one which could be performed by a bank, can lower your score. LendUp payday loans have applications with no credit check hard inquiry from a traditional credit bureau, so applying won’t hurt your credit score.