The best way to compare the cost of a fast cash loan is to learn the annual percentage rates, or APRs, a lender offers. APR describes the cost of a loan over the course of a full year, taking into account the simple interest rate plus any additional fees or charges. With short-term loans like payday and title loans, you should be especially aware of the APR. To see exactly how much you will owe at the end of the year – and whether you can afford it – use an APR calculator and punch in your numbers.
FLEX Loans are everything you want them to be and everything you need them to be. From abundant cash inflow to flexible repayments, everything about FLEX Loans is user-friendly. With FLEX Loans, you can repay the loan on your own terms. Another benefit of FLEX Loans is that you will be provided with an open line of credit, from which you can withdraw additional cash for your instant need and repay in simple & easy payments.

Reputations matter with lenders too. So check out what other people are saying on Facebook, LendingTree and Google+. If borrowers are complaining about poor service, misleading terms and aggressive collections, then that lender is one to avoid. On the other hand, if people are rating a lender very highly, then maybe that’s one you should check out. (Oh, and in case you were wondering, OppLoans was rated as LendingTree’s #1 Customer-Rated Personal Lender for Q2 2016.)

FastCash.org does not require a good credit score or even collateral. The application is quick and easy. You choose the loan amount and work with the lender on terms. It’s fast, simple and secure. It’s just what you need to make ends meet. A short-term, smaller amount paycheck advance loan that will have cash available immediately. You can use your money for any purpose and there is no risk of losing your house or car. Just the cash you need, when you need it.
1 First-time Great Plains Lending customers typically qualify for an installment loan of $100 to $1,000 with an APR of 328.11% to 448.76%, which is less than the average 662.58% APR for a typical payday loan. For example, a $500 loan from Great Plains at 328.11% APR would require 16 bi-weekly installment payments of $74.18. After the 16th successful payment, your loan would be paid in full. An average payday loan of $500 with an APR of 662.58% and a fourteen (14) day term would require one payment of $627.07. Average payday loan pricing is based on Texas-originated loans facilitated by Credit Service Organizations/Credit Access Businesses such as CashNet USA® (664.30%), ChecknGo® (661.75%) and Ace Cash Express® (661.69%) as of May 19, 2016. Refer to Loan Cost & Terms for additional details. Complete disclosures of APR, fees and payment terms are provided within the Loan Agreement.

* MobiLoans, LLC, a tribal lending entity wholly owned by the Tunica-Biloxi Tribe of Louisiana ("Tribe"), a federally recognized Indian tribe, operates within the Tribe's reservation. Certain limitations apply. See Terms and Conditions for complete details. All trademarks, service marks, and registered marks are the properties of their respective owners. Maximum line amount of initial line is $2,500.00. Refer to the Terms & Conditions for additional details. Applications processed and approved before 4 p.m. CT are typically funded the next business day. In some cases, we may not be able to verify your application information and may ask you to provide certain documents. Mobiloans is an expensive form of short term credit and should not be used as a long term solution.
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