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Texas Payday Loans
Need a little extra cash, but don't know where to turn? Texas residents who have less-than-ideal credit and find themselves with unexpected expenses, may qualify for a short-term loan from a payday loan provider. These short-term loans don't involve a credit check, and you can apply right from the comfort of your own home and have the funds electronically deposited in your account. All you need are the basics such as a checking account, current employer, driver's license, current address, and a Social Security number. In Texas, you can take out a loan of up to $1800.00 for a fee of about $25.00 per $100.00 that you borrow (depending on the provider). Loans are paid automatically on your next payday.
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How does a payday loan work in Texas?
Sign up online with a payday loan company providing information such as the name of your employer, salary, requested loan amount, and basic financial data. In Texas, registered payday loan companies act as CSOs (Credit Service Organizations), which means they act as intermediaries between you and a 3rd party financial institution. Your credit will not be checked, but a basic verification using checking databases will be run. If the payday loan company is able to extend a loan to you, you'll receive an email detailing the terms. Once you read and accept the terms, the money will be deposited in your account, generally the next business day. Then, on your payday, the payday loan company will automatically withdraw the amount of the principal, plus the loan fees, from your checking account. For more information on why it's important to borrow from a payday loan company that's registered as a CSO in Texas, please see our Texas Payday Loan FAQ.
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