Another reason why you might consider bad credit payday loans is if you know the money will be an investment in earning more money in the future, such as starting a business or paying for school books. The money can be used for anything imaginable, including a weekend vacation or special gifts for loved ones. The key is to have a solid plan for repaying the loan, which is commonly done electronically on your next payday.
Many websites claim to offer payday loans no credit check, no faxing of documents, and even instant approval. This is not possible, and if you see this it's probably too good to be true. All lenders reserve the right to pull your credit history, though it may not be from the big three bureaus and it doesn't mean you will be rejected if you have bad credit. Likewise lenders might also seek further verification through the faxing or uploading of documents, but this isn't a tedious process like it can be with the banks. In a lot of cases you can be approved in as fast as 5 minutes.
The application process to get a payday loan with bad credit is not difficult. There typically are minimum qualifications, which may include providing proof that you are 18 years of age or older, have a steady source of income and have a valid banking account. Most online lenders require basic information, such as your name, address and phone number. The lender also will need your Social Security number and bank account. An approval decision can take as little as a few minutes but usually a decision is made within the same day. Many lenders can deliver funds via ACH deposit, which means you can have access to your loan within one business day.
With that being said, how an installment loan affects your credit largely depends on whether you pay the bills on time. If you always do, your installment loan will help improve your score. But if you don’t, delinquency and the possible foreclosure or repossession of any property securing the loan will add derogatory marks to your credit report. And that will take a serious toll on your credit standing.
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