Are you a Texas resident in need of a short term loan, just until the next payday? We've looked at six companies who can connect you to much-needed cash. The chart below breaks down essential data about each company. We strongly recommend going with a payday company that's registered as a CSO in Texas, versus an off-shore payday lender that's not. We've also listed the APR (Annual Percentage Rate), which is calculated by multiplying the payday loan company's fee and lender interest over the year, so you can make comparisons to other types of loans. For more information, check out our reviews, as well as our Texas payday loan FAQ.
* Based on information provided by lender's website. Fee combines the payday loan company's fee plus 10% interest from the third-party unaffiliated lender.
** APR (Annual Percentage Rate) is provided for comparison purposes to other forms of debt. Amount is calculated by multiplying interest and fees for an average 14-day loan period over the entire year. See FAQ for more details.
*** Better Business Bureau rating as of 01/01/2011
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