While both types of loans provide you with the money you need, the main difference between an installment loan and a Payday Loan is the loan term and fee structure. A payday loan is usually due in full on your next pay date, whereas an installment loan is repaid through a series of scheduled payments that are typically set up to land on your pay dates.
MoneyMe makes repaying your loan simple and easy. During the loan approval process we will set up your direct debits. Repayments will be scheduled according to your pay cycle. Concerned you will miss your repayment date? The MoneyMe customer service team is available via phone, email, live chat, Facebook or Twitter to help resolve any issues you may be having.
APR Disclosure. In some states the APR (Annual Percentage Rate) is limited in accordance with the laws. Cash advance loans are usually charged at the rates ranging 200%-1386%; installment loans – in the range of 6.63%-225%. In those states where APR is not regulated or I any way limited by any laws, the rates can be even higher. Under the term of APR is understood the rate of interest that you get your loan under and it usually depends on several factors such as cost of loan and its amount as well as terms of repayment. The disclosure of APR as well as other terms and conditions is required to be done by all lenders before actual credit agreement is signed. APR rates are subject to change.
At Great Plains, first-time customers can get from $100 to $1,000 with their first loan. If you do not initially obtain a loan for the full amount you had requested, we consider your payment history when you apply for future loans. By simply making timely payments on your Great Plains loan, you can build a solid payment history that will help you get approved for more substantial loans in the future.
Spending less money on paper is easy, but putting the idea into practice is a bit harder. It is possible to create big savings by making small daily changes. These small changes can be hard at first but soon they will become habit and eventually you’ll feel even more motivated once you start seeing the financial return. You can look at big picture ideas as well as small steps. Figure out what is most pressing to get you to where you want to be. Then be patient and continue to make good financial choices each day.
We adhere to the principles of the federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA). Because we may report your payment history to one or more credit bureaus, late or non-payment of your loan may negatively impact your credit rating. If you fail to repay your loan in accordance with its terms, we may place your loan with or sell your loan to a third-party collection agency or other company that acquires and/or collects delinquent consumer debt.