Working with direct lenders for installment loans such as MoneyKey is recommended because it provides you with a single point of contact and better protects your personal and financial information. When you are working with non-direct lenders or non-licensed service provider, your information may be passed to multiple potential lenders who may or may not extend a loan to you.
Please be aware that missing a payment or making a late payment can negatively impact your credit score. To protect yourself and your credit history, make sure you only accept loan terms that you can afford to repay. If you cannot make a payment on time, you should contact your lenders and lending partners immediately and discuss how to handle late payments.
In some cases, you may be given the option of obtaining a loan from a tribal lender. Tribal lenders are subject to tribal and certain federal laws while being immune from state law including usury caps. If you are connected to a tribal lender, please understand that the tribal lender’s rates and fees may be higher than state-licensed lenders. Additionally, tribal lenders may require you to agree to resolve any disputes in a tribal jurisdiction. You are urged to read and understand the terms of any loan offered by any lender, whether tribal or state-licensed, and to reject any particular loan offer that you cannot afford to repay or that includes terms that are not acceptable to you.
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.
Revolving credit isn't available to everyone. It takes time and resources to develop good credit, but for those without, getting approved for a credit card often depends on your ability to secure the credit line with a cash deposit. If you had the cash, would you need the credit? Probably not, so secured credit cards do not offer any emergency relief. When you live paycheck to paycheck, an unexpected illness, layoff or any other paycheck interruption could leave you looking at eviction notices, saying goodbye to your car or facing other financial disasters. When you need a loan, you need it quickly and without a lot of paperwork. That's where fast cash loans come in.