Payday Loan Reviews
Need a small short-term loan, just until next pay day? For many people, their bank will not be the best answer. Banks generally just don't deal in loan amounts less than $500, and the loan process is lengthy, requiring credit checks and collateral. That's where payday loans come in. You get get cash on hand, and have it automatically paid back on your next pay day. We've reviewed a range of payday lenders to help you find the best option for short term cash.
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How does a payday loan work?
Payday loans are short-term advances provided by a licensed lender to a consumer. Funds are electronically deposited in the customer's account when the loan is made, and are automatically withdrawn when the loan is due on the customer's payday. Payday lenders charge fees and/or interest on a payday loan, which is also withdrawn on the due date. Rates, maximum loan amounts, and contracts vary by state.
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