The phone number associated with this apparent advanced fee loan scam is 914-363-4505. The caller also claimed to have a physical address of 522 West Bank Street, White Plains, NY and a web address of www.myquickcashloan.net. However, there appears to be no such address in White Plains and the website belongs to a Texas payday lender who appears to be unrelated to this apparent scam.
Because installment loans have a predictable repayment schedule, the borrower won't be trapped in a never-ending debt cycle like what often is the case with payday loans. MaxLend's installment loans are fixed to last only six months. By this time, all outstanding principal and interest should be repaid allowing borrowers to see the light at the end of the debt tunnel.
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If you go to a traditional bank when you need a loan, you’ll find that they will require a credit check, collateral and the reason for your loan, such as a car loan or a home loan for thousands to hundreds of thousands of dollars. No loan is ever guaranteed so you’ll need to go through a long, in-depth application process that you may or may not be approved for. If their stringent loan parameters don’t match with what you need, a small, short-term quick loan, then they may offer you a credit card. If you have no credit or bad credit, you can expect interest sky high interest rates up to the legal limit of 29%. Many credit cards have hidden fees, like annual fees, over-the-limit fees, interest rate increases with late or missed payments, and more. Plus, it can take a month to have the credit card in hand and ready for use. It’s no wonder so many Americans find that traditional banks do not meet their needs.
Here’s a pro tip: Ask questions to which you already have the answers. If you see one thing in the loan agreement, but get told something else by your loan officer—especially if what the loan officer tells you makes the loan seems better than it actually is—then maybe that’s a lender you shouldn’t be working with. Because remember: You’re not just choosing a loan, you’re also choosing a lender. If you can’t trust them, then their loan is definitely not worth it.
Let’s do the math. If you can save just $3 a day and put that into a savings account, you will have over $1,000 in one year. Take a look at your regular daily expenses and figure out where you can cut out small charges that will barely affect your daily life but will add up to big savings in the long run. Do you stop into coffee shops to buy $5 lattes everyday? Choose to make coffee at home or just get a simple cup of coffee when you stop for your morning joe. A latte a day habit equates to $1,825 a year!
3. Loan funding requires verification of application information. Depending on ability to verify this information, loan funding may be extended up to two days. All loans subject to approval pursuant to standard underwriting criteria. In-store cash pickup is subject to approval pursuant to standard underwriting criteria. In-store cash pickup not available in all states.
Another shocking and revealing study was release in May 2018 that states 40% of Americans cannot cover $400 in the case of an emergency expense. That means that 4 in 10 adults in the United States do not have enough cash on hand without borrowing money or selling valuables. At some point, everyone has trouble making ends meet - and traditional banks do not provide smaller loan amounts in a timely fashion. They have lengthy, confusing contracts that require collateral, good credit, and a specific purpose that must fall within their guidelines. Plus, they have a long application process and only accept large loan amounts. But this study shows that when a huge portion of the population will at some point need a few hundred dollars, immediately, they won’t have it to get out of their sticky situation. And banks won’t help. So where do people turn?
Lenders are within their rights to file reports with the three major credit bureaus—Experian, Equifax and Transunion—if you fail to repay your loan. This negative remark will lower your credit score and may make it impossible for you to obtain short term loans or other forms of credit in the future. However, once you have repaid your debt to your lender in full, this will be reported to the credit agencies and the negative remark will be removed from your credit history.
The lenders and lending partners you are connected to will provide documents that contain all fees and rate information pertaining to the loan being offered, including any potential fees for late-payments and the rules under which you may be allowed (if permitted by applicable law) to refinance, renew or rollover your loan. Loan fees and interest rates are determined solely by the lender or lending partner based on the lender’s or lending partner’s internal policies, underwriting criteria and applicable law. Lendgenius.com has no knowledge of or control over the loan terms offered by a lender and lending partner. You are urged to read and understand the terms of any loan offered by any lenders and lending partners and to reject any particular loan offer that you cannot afford to repay or that includes terms that are not acceptable to you.
Good credit is not required. If you've been turned down for financing on a car or don't qualify for a mortgage, that doesn't mean you won't qualify for a LendUp Loan. Part of the company's mission is to help those with credit issues rehabilitate their credit rating over time (where available). LendUp offers cash when you need it, without creating that endless debt cycle that so many lenders facilitate with rollover balances and increasing fee structures. And with the LendUp Ladder, we strive to provide a path for customers in eligible states to move up and earn access to apply for more money at a lower cost. See The LendUp Ladder for details.