Monday, 24 December 2018 19:08

Destiny / fate (whatever you call it) is capricious and ever changing. It has different effects at different times, but it also has different effects on different people. For some people, it shows up regularly, to give them a fresh dose of hope. Then there are some people who it never takes notice of. These people live calm and quiet lives and enjoy their simple joys. And then there are other people who destiny pays too much attention to.

Sam Brown really wanted to be invisible. But destiny never gave him that opportunity.

He was tall, thin, and with fiery red hair, and so he stood out in any team photo. He had to endure the same jokes about his appearance over and over again, and in the meantime, he patiently waited for his peers to become mature and to quit their stupid jokes. Eventually the jokes about his appearance went away, but they were just replaced by newer jokes.

For example, people found it comical that he always used to sing songs with his last name in the title (like “John Brown’s Body” and “Sweet Georgia Brown”) at talent shows. And “educated” people would ask him, with a smirk, if his uncle, a famous writer, would give them an autograph. Sam was always surprised when it happened. Why did they want his uncle’s autograph? What would they do with it? And why not his aunt’s autograph? She could sign her name just as well as his uncle could.

Although Sam was accustomed to the constant attention, he nevertheless tried to hide from his fate. Therefore, he got a job in a supermarket and worked in the back. He assumed that in the warehouse, he would interact with fewer people and hear fewer dumb jokes.

But even in the warehouse, fate found him.

One day he went to the bank to make a regular payment on a loan and he was surprised to hear that his account had been blocked. When he asked who had blocked it, they told him it was the police.

Sam Brown had never dealt with the police before. Even about speeding. But then again, Sam didn't have a car. Well, there’s a first time for everything. Sam called the police and asked why they’d blocked his account. They told him he was suspected of several crimes and they asked him to come to the police station voluntarily.

He went.

After two hours of talking, it turned out that a mistake had been made and that the suspect was actually a completely different Sam Brown. Our Sam Brown, accustomed to the unexpected twists and turns of destiny, politely asked when his bank account would be unblocked. He was told that the procedure would take two to three days. Sam said that such a delay was unacceptable, because he had to make a loan payment the following day. The police told him that nothing could be done and that he had to just wait.

At that moment, Sam Brown lost it and started shouting. He yelled about his rights, that they couldn’t do this to him, etc., etc. He did a lot of yelling. Then he calmed down. Then they offered him coffee.

Sam was no fan of coffee. So he quickly left and went back to his job. He walked past his boss, past the staff, and over to the back where the unloading ramp was. There he saw his friend Mark, who was carefully looking at a state map.

"What's new?" Sam asked.

"Our state has some pretty cool city names!" Mark answered, still looking at the map.

"Do those cool cities have banks?" Sam asked, thinking about his problem.

"I suppose so. Why? You already have a bank account, don’t you?" Mark asked, looking up at Sam.

“My bank…doesn't love me,” Sam said, and then briefly explained his situation.

"That’s not a problem,” Mark said and shrugged. "Listen. I’ll tell you what you have to do."

Sam listened and even wrote down a web address. Then he went to a computer, typed completed the application form, and got money. The next day, he used that money to make his loan payment.

He also did another thing. A very unexpected thing. He bought a lottery ticket.

His reasoning was thus: "If fate is testing my strength and it hasn’t broken me, well, maybe I can test fate.”

Let's hope that fate / destiny gives Sam a break. Sam sure needs it.

Do you still think that taking out a loan is difficult and inconvenient or that it involves waiting in lines and filling out documents? Well, everything’s changed! There are a lot of reliable online loan companies that have shortened the process and they’re ready to help you any time of day, any day of the week. You won’t be able to receive huge amounts of money immediately, but you’ll be able to cover your current expenses and needs without having to wait for a paycheck or help from relatives.

The advantages of online loan companies:

• Fast Process (less than an hour)

• Availability for the unemployed or clients with negative credit history (companies approve more than 95 percent of applications)

• Flexible Conditions (even if your repayment is overdue, it’s best to cooperate with the company instead of waiting for debt collectors)

• Online Contract (you can get a loan without walking out the front door)

So What Do You Need to Apply for The Loan?

1. Visit the site from your computer, tablet, or smartphone. Many companies have a loan calculator on their website that will help you calculate what the loan repayment will be, based on the amount and duration of the loan.

2. Fill in the form with your personal information, the loan amount, and the terms of loan repayment (the duration of the repayment schedule, whether it’s gradual or full repayment).

3. Wait for approval and instantly get the money on your debit card. Use your money.

4. Repay according to the schedule and try not to be late (read about overdue repayments here).

It’s easy, isn’t it?

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Blue Agate

Friday, 26 October 2018 14:06

Jenny was someone who would often get carried away whenever she developed a new interest. If she saw a new billboard or a new commercial, she’d want to buy whatever it advertised. Like a match, her interest caught fire, and like a match, it just as quickly went out. And when she lost interest in something, she lost interest in it completely. But during the time she was interested in something, everybody around her felt the heat.

And that’s what happened last week. As Jenny rode by in a bus, she saw a sign: "Fortune Telling, Magic Items." Jenny thought it would be interesting to visit the place.

So the next day she did. The atmosphere of the salon bewitched her. The muffled light, the smell of incense, incomprehensible objects on the shelves – it all created a mystical mood. But the most mystical figure of all was the hostess of the salon. She was an overweight woman with many rings on her fingers, many bracelets on her hands, and beautiful black hair. The most striking thing about her was her eyes. Large, with dark pupils, the eyes seemed to see right through you, back into your past and forward into your future. Or so it seemed to Jenny.

Jenny agreed to a palm reading and a Tarot reading. She might have agreed to tea-leaf reading too, but she didn’t have enough money for it. Instead she bought a magic candle. After the readings were over, she left the salon in high spirits. She sent her friend Chris a message, asking him to visit her, because she had to tell him some urgent and important things.

Chris showed up and silently listened to everything Jenny had to say. After she was done, he asked: "And how much did the magic candle cost?"

"Two hundred dollars," Jenny replied.

"Two hundred dollars for a candle?!"

"It's not a regular candle," Jenny said, "It's very big, and it has magical effects."

"What magical effects? It's just a big candle. You’ve been scammed.”

"I don’t get it. So you’re saying that buying a magic candle is bad, but buying an encryption program for our messages is good?"

Chris didn’t know what to say to that. He became quiet.

Sensing his embarrassment, Jenny added, "And I need a blue agate.”

"What’s agate?" Chris asked weakly.

"It's a stone that will protect me from dark forces and negative energy."

"And how much does this agate cost?" Chris asked.

Jenny told him: "Are you crazy?" Chris exclaimed. "You’d spend that much on a rock?"

"Stop lecturing me. Just tell me where I can get the money."

Chris told her what to do. She went to completed the application form, and got the money.

We do not know how well the blue agate protected Jenny from dark forces and negative energy, but we do know that every time Chris stopped by for a visit, Jenny lit the magic candle. And maybe the candle helped make them happy.

Types of Payday Loan Lenders

Monday, 08 October 2018 20:28

When people urgently need to close a financial gap, they often turn to the following options:

- Credit cards

- Personal loan from a bank or credit union

- Advance payment

- Secure deposit

- Long-term and short-term personal loans

In this article, we will identify the different types of payday loan lenders.

Loan Shops

Offices of loan shops are present in every city and even in states that don’t allow payday loans. A potential borrower can visit these offices, speak with the staff, and decide whether or not to get a loan.

Direct Online Lenders

Because everything is going online, there are a lot of direct payday lenders that process applications and fund loans online.

Lead Generators

Lead generators are a transparent interface between borrowers and lenders. They normally operate online. Their primary and sole function is to collect the customer’s information in the form of an application and then to forward it to a network of lenders. Sometimes lead generators are also direct online lenders. After lead generators receive an application, it is automatically submitted to the lenders, so there is normally no extra delay in the application process. If you check a lead generator’s website, you will probably find that they are not a lender, but that they’re going to match your application with a lender.

State Regulated Lenders

A state regulated lender (SRL) follows the financial laws and regulations of the state where they do business. This means that the interest rates and the amount that can be lent by the SRL are set by the state. SRL’s can be both online and loan shops.

Tribal Lenders

Tribal lenders are associated and affiliated with Native American tribes. Tribes are sovereign nations, so tribal lenders follow the laws and regulations of the tribe. This means that federal and state payday loan laws and regulations don’t apply to them. Because tribal lenders are affiliated with Native American tribes, they can exceed the interest rates that are allowed by state payday loan laws and regulations.

Offshore Lenders

Lenders that operate outside the U.S. are called offshore lenders. Like tribal lenders, they don’t have to comply with federal or state regulations. This means that offshore lenders can lend more money than normal lenders. In exchange, however, they can request larger interest rates, so it’s best to read the fine print before agreeing to their terms.

Credit Access Businesses

A credit access business (CAB) is state-registered credit service organization (CSO) that assists a consumer in receiving and approving an extension of consumer credit. Simply speaking, you apply for a payday loan using a credit access business as an intermediary between you and the lenders. If your application is approved, the CAB will manage your loan and then instead of paying the lenders back, you repay the CAB.

Payday Loans: What Could Be Simpler?

Monday, 17 September 2018 19:54

Payday loans are one of the most popular types of loans.

Their main feature is their simplicity. You can register for one through a company's website.

The demands on the borrowers are minimal.

You can get a loan online.

The waiting period (to hear if you’ll be given a loan) is usually minimal.

A borrower can receive money on the same day.

So what on earth is the matter?

Why not give it a try?

There are some reasonable questions to ask. Usually, a person only thinks about these after they’ve decided to get a loan.

First is the interest rate. Small loans often come with very high interest rates. That makes sense, because there is some risk for lenders.

The second question is: will you really be able to pay back the loan in the time you agreed? If not, think twice, because you’ll just end up saddling yourself with unnecessary costs. There is the interest rate, plus there are the penalties.

The third question is: have you checked the lender company’s liability? It may be difficult for a regular person to check, but you can try. And finally, there is the question of your money.

If you’ve answered all these questions with a “Yes,” go to EZ here and apply now!

No matter the problem, EZ will help you.

Tommy and his car

Thursday, 13 September 2018 13:38

Hi, I’m Tommy.

I was asked to tell a story about my car. Well, here it is.

My story is not just about my car, but it’s also about my feelings, my frustration, my hope, and the fulfillment of that hope.

One lovely morning (it didn’t seem so lovely later), I woke up, shaved, showered, etc., etc.

Then I had coffee and a good breakfast. It put me in a good mood and I was still in a good mood when I walked over to the spot where I’d parked my car the night before. My car: my beauty and my pride.

And what did I see that morning? It was still my car, but the back of it was crushed. I don’t know who did it: a man, a woman, a drunk man, a drunk woman. Whatever gender or state of sobriety that person was in, they put me in a pickle.

It was an awful situation. I was completely destroyed.

What could I do?

And I needed my car. How else would I get to work? I needed money to fix it. Right now. So I submitted an application form at Ezrapidloan.

Their short-term loan really helped me. There weren’t many forms, it wasn’t much of a hassle, and I quickly got the money for the repairs.

Look, if you want a short-term loan, go to and apply now! Really. I know what it’s like.

Lawn Mower Man

Monday, 10 September 2018 19:53

If you met Robert, you might think he was a dull guy. Maybe you would think that, but Robert wouldn’t. He thought (and still thinks) that what a person needs in life is order.

When Robert was a child, his mother used to brag to her friends about her son’s maniacal obsession with putting his toys in order. She used to say that after he’d organized his toys, there was never anything left for her to tidy up. His toys would stand on his shelves, facing forward, in ascending order of size, from the littlest one on the left up to the biggest one on the right.

In school, Robert was similarly orderly. He didn’t have a favorite subject - or a least favorite. Unlike other kids, he wouldn’t wait until the night before an assignment was due to do it; he did it the day it was assigned. On a Monday, he would do everything he’d been assigned that Monday. On a Tuesday, he would do everything he’d been assigned that Tuesday. With neither joy nor frustration, he started his homework and he finished his homework. As to the grades he got for these assignments, they weren’t the best, but they weren’t the worst either.

After he graduated, he started working for a construction company. It was a good decision for somebody with a mindset like his. When he watched a house slowly emerge, piece-by-piece, from a previously empty spot of land, he saw the forces of order arising out of chaos. To him, a house meant order. On the other hand, the workers who ran around, shouting and swearing, meant disorder.

A dream gradually took shape in Robert's mind. He realized that he wanted to have a house of his own. And not just that, he specifically wanted a house that would reflect his unique idea of order.

He studied different designs for months. He chose the ideas that would best fit into his grand scheme. And one day, his work was done. He had drawn his dream house exactly the way he wanted it. It had all the doors he wanted, all the windows he wanted, and even some windows inside the house (maybe Robert wasn’t so dull after all). It also had a lawn.

But at this point in time, the house only existed on paper.

Luckily for Robert, the construction company he worked for built small houses. He checked out various plots and picked one. Then he made the calculations and found out what the mortgage would be and what the interest on the loan would be. After several rounds of negotiations and the signing of a stack of documents, he became the proud owner of a houseless piece of land.

It didn’t take too long to build the house, but nobody can give a good estimate how much time Robert spent decorating and redecorating the place. As usual with Robert, he made the decisions slowly and methodically. He was scrupulous in matching the color of a wall with the color of a door, and the color of a door with the color of the floor. Once he even rejected a couch he liked because it was two inches too long.

Then one happy day, the interior of the house finally matched the house he carried around in his head. So he went outside and stood on the front porch.

The outside wasn’t nearly as nice as the inside. He had a tree and a lawn. He studied the tree carefully. It would do.

But the grass…it was terrible. It grew in confusion and went wherever it wanted.

Robert decided that the grass had to be put in order. He would have to buy a lawn mower and cut that awful grass. He went back inside the house, calculated the costs, and realized that, at the earliest, he could buy a lawn mower in a month.

He went into a reverie, imagining the smooth blades of the mower sweeping away disorder left and right. The thought made him smile.

But the grass wasn’t privy to Robert's dreams. It grew. And grew.

Robert held on for a week, but on the eighth day, his patience gave out. He went to completed the application form, and got the money for the lawn mower.

The next day, he returned to his lawn with his new lawn mower and began to cut.

He felt like a real lawn mower man. He had brought order to nature.

Rare Album

Thursday, 06 September 2018 18:06

Bruce liked rock music from the 60’s and 70’s. You could almost say he was crazy about it, but that wouldn’t be the truth. He wasn't crazy; he was just a fan. But don’t get the impression that he was a fan of rock, just because he and Springsteen share the same first name. Actually, Bruce didn't even like the Boss or “Born in the U.S.A.” He didn’t think that “Born in the U.S.A.” was that catchy or clever or anything.

On the other hand, he really liked songs like Bob Dylan’s “Man Gave Names to All the Animals.” He thought it was deep.

"It’s true," thought Bruce. "It was man who gave names to all the animals, trees, insects, and everything in the world. If man didn’t exist, all those things would be nameless. That makes it right that man is king."

He liked the Doors too. He especially liked the lyrics of “Riders on the Storm,” although he couldn’t understand why the Doors would keep playing for seven minutes and eight seconds when it only took 3 minutes to get the point across. He preferred the 4:35 single edit.

Bruce was in his mid-thirties and he didn’t have any peers with whom he could discuss such refined matters. The only guy who shared his interests was the owner of the last remaining music store in town. Dirk was his name.

Bruce dropped by the store on the weekends. He liked to meticulously go through the rows of used records, one at a time, touching the album covers, and sometimes even sniffing the old vinyl.

Bruce often spent hours browsing the records and chatting with Dirk. Dirk was adept at decoding Bruce’s signals. Bruce had only to point a finger at a record and Dirk would answer, "Yeah, I agree it’s not the best album in history, but it’s not the worst either."

A popular conversation topic was the song “Wild Thing.” Bruce thought that Jimi Hendrix's cover was too noisy and that the version by the Ventures was probably the best. Dirk disagreed and insisted that Cheap Trick’s version was the best. They could talk about such things for hours.

One day, Bruce came to the shop looking for Dirk. He’d remembered an obscure Beach Boys song and he wanted to know if Dirk knew it. But Dirk stopped him before he could say anything.

"I’ve got a rare record for you," he said and showed it to him.

Bruce was blown away. It was the Beatles butcher cover – the infamous album cover that showed the Beatles dressed in white lab coats and covered with raw meat and doll parts. He’d heard all about it and had long wanted to buy one, but he’d never seen one before in person.

"How much is it?" asked Bruce in a whisper.

Dirk told him.

"But I don’t have that much money right now," Bruce said, taken aback. "Can you hold it a few days until I get the money?"

"Sorry, bud," answered Dirk. "You know what the music store business is like. I’ve got to sell it as quick as possible to keep this roof over my head.”

"Do you have Wi-fi?" asked Bruce.


"Let me use your computer and give me two minutes," said Bruce.

He typed completed the application form, and got the money.

And now he owns the Beatles butcher cover.

Engagement Ring

Friday, 31 August 2018 09:25

Olivia met Brian in college. It can’t be said that Olivia fell in love with Brian at first sight or even that she thought about him all the time. They had different friends and different interests. But chance sometimes intervenes and unexplained things sometimes happen. They met at a party. They said "Hi" to each other, then they talked, then they slow-danced, then they...well, it's not our business what they did later. In short, they started dating.

They both lived in the same small town. In small towns like theirs, everybody knows everything about everybody and Olivia and Brian's dates were not top secret. Everybody gossiped about them and they all asked themselves the same question: will Olivia and Brian leave their town or will they stay?

One day, the gossipers got their answer: Olivia remained in town and Brian began working in a nearby city.

Brian started saving money. How he did it, no one knows, but one day he went to the jeweler’s and bought a gold engagement ring. The shop girl told her friend about it, that friend told another friend, that friend shared the news among her friends, and in a day or two, most of the town was waiting impatiently for the proposal.

None of them could guess how Brian would propose. It ended up happening on the edge of a forest, while the birds sang and curious young deer watched furtively from behind a tree.

Olivia wasn't that surprised; she had been expecting it. But it’s one thing to expect something to happen and it’s another thing to have it actually happen. Olivia thought for a while and then said, "Yes." The satisfied deer went on their way. The woodpecker stopped pecking as a gesture of respect. The birds continued their twittering. Birds don’t care.

The wedding was very beautiful. Even the jealous gossipers had to admit it. Again and again, the bride was asked to show her beautiful ring.

Real family life began immediately after the wedding. Brian began working at a company that had offices in various cities. He would be away from home for two or three weeks at a time. Then he would come back and live at home for a week or more. At first, this situation was a big problem for Olivia. If he was gone more than he was there, could she really say that she had husband? Could she really say she had a family life? But after little Michael was born, such thoughts disappeared.

In all families, there are happy and unhappy days. Everybody knows what happy days are like. They are bright and colorful. Unhappy days are different for every family. They are usually painted in various dark colors. For Olivia, unhappy days were dark blue.

One day, while Brian was away in another town, Olivia washed the plates because the dishwasher had broken down. It was evening, the sun was setting, and outside the window everything was dark. While Olivia was scrubbing a plate, she caught it on the edge of the sink and her ring popped off and disappeared down the drain. Olivia didn't know how she could get it out. It was a tragedy for her.

How could she tell Brian? What could she do? She realized that she had no idea.

She went to the jeweler's. There was a ring similar to the one Brian gave her, but she realized that all their money would have to be spent on a new dishwasher.

What could she do do?

She was nervous. She cried. She waited for Brian. And she was afraid to tell him.

Brian returned. Everything was as usual and Olivia assumed that Brian hadn’t even noticed the ring’s absence. She gradually calmed down. When Brian said that the company was having problems with the bank and that his paycheck would be delayed for a week or more, Olivia told him that everything okay and that they could do without for a while.

Three days passed.

"Do you know what day it is?" Brian asked.

"Of course," said Olivia. "You proposed to me on this day five years ago.”

"And?" asked Brian.

"…and I agreed."

"And I gave you a gift."

"Yes. You gave me a ring," Olivia said and looked down.

"And where is it?"

"I lost it."

"I noticed," said Brian.

"Look, it was a strange incident," Olivia hurried to explain.

"It doesn't matter," said Brian. "Here’s another one."

Brian handed her a small box. She opened it and inside she saw a gold ring just like the one he had given her five years ago.

"But how...? I thought the paycheck was postponed.”

"It was. But I took out a payday loan so we could celebrate.”

And that night they celebrated.

Are you wondering about a Payday Loan?

Saturday, 25 August 2018 21:34


A personal short term loan or payday loan is a short-term loan with a high interest rate. The maximum amount that can be borrowed varies from state-to-state. However, it is normally $500 or less. Payday loans are often used to cover emergency financial situations and bridge the gap between paychecks. It’s nice to be able to get cash when you need it, but it’s important to remember that you have to pay back the amount you’ve requested plus interest.

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) explains on their website that these loans are normally for small amounts, but that, in return, they give the lenders access to the borrower’s checking account or require that the borrower write a check for the full balance in advance, so that the lender can deposit it when the loan comes due. Additionally, payday loans have high-interest rates. We recommend that potential borrowers check state laws and regulations and any other factors that might influence charges so that they understand what they’re agreeing to when they enter into a payday loan agreement.

What Exactly Is a Payday Loan?

There are many names for this type of loan: payday loan, cash advance loan, short-term loan, personal loan, deferred deposit loan, and post-dated check loan. You can apply for a payday loan online or in person. Whether you apply online or in person, the process is essentially the same: you provide some personal and financial information, apply for a loan of a specific dollar amount, agree to a repayment schedule, sometimes pay a fee for the loan, and then receive the cash or a deposit in your checking account.

There are several factors that influence the overall amount you can borrow, but lenders normally don’t check your credit score. Payday loans can be very costly. Loan amounts generally range from $50 to $1,000; it all depends on state laws. Fees also depend on state laws, but the structure might be something like $15 per $100 borrowed, and some states may cap how high the fee goes. Because payday loans are unsecured (require no collateral from the borrower), they have high-interest rates.

How Do Payday Loans Work?

Let’s imagine that your car broke down and that you need to borrow $300 for the repairs, since you need to use the car to drive to work. In order to get a payday loan, you first write a post-dated personal check for $340: the amount you need, plus a $40 finance fee, made payable to the lender.

You have to enter this information online when you apply for the payday loan. Normally, if everything is okay, the application is approved within 24 hours. So, the lender advances you $300 for a set period, usually 14 days. After that period ends, you will have to either pay the lender the $340 in cash, let them deposit the post-dated check that you wrote, or write another post-dated check for the whole amount, plus another finance fee.

If you aren’t able to pay the debt in full at the end of the defined term, you will be charged additional fees.

Who Uses Payday Loans?

On average, twelve million Americans use payday loans every year. Normally, any individual with a checking account and a steady income can obtain a payday loan. However, it is most common for borrowers who don’t have access to credit cards or don’t have savings to use such kind of the loan. It is common for people who run into sudden emergency financial situations to use payday loans.

What are the Benefits of Payday Loans?

Payday loans can be a good tool for quickly and easily borrowing cash when something unexpected happens, especially if there are no other financial options. For example, a person might use a payday loan for an immediate and temporary financial need such as a medical bill, a car fix, home repair, or another one-time expense. Payday loans are helpful for individuals who don’t have credit cards or savings. Because the loans do not require a traditional credit check, they are easy for people with financial problems or a poor credit score.

What are the Risks Behind Payday Loans?

#1 It is highly recommended to pay back a payday loan as soon as possible. Many people get into trouble with these types of loans when they are unable to follow the payment schedule. In such cases, the borrower is charged with expensive additional fees.

#2 It is very easy to get into a debt cycle by taking out a new payday loan in order to repay the previous one. This often leads to bigger financial problems.

What are the Laws and Regulations?

Some states prohibit short-term loans. Other states have specific laws that regulate this sector of the market. Known as “usury laws”, these regulations define lending terms and interest rates. Some states also have laws that regulate the amount a payday lender can lend to a borrower and how much interest they can demand. These laws vary widely. Payday lenders often work around these regulations by partnering with banks based in other states, such as Delaware. It is very important to acquaint yourself with these laws and understand your rights and obligations before taking out a payday loan.

Should I Apply for a Payday Loan?

If you would like to apply for a short-term loan, first consider all the pros and cons, check to see if you have other options, and then build a plan.

Alternatives to Payday Loans

  • Negotiate a payment plan with your creditor
  • Charge the amount to your credit card
  • Ask for an advance from your employer
  • Use your bank’s overdraft protections
  • Obtain a line of credit from an FDIC-approved lender
  • Borrow money from your savings account
  • Ask a relative to lend you the money
  • Apply for a traditional small loan
  • Ask your creditor for more time to pay a bill
  • Use a cash advance on your credit card

If you have evaluated all these options and decided that a payday loan is right for you, be sure to understand all the costs and terms before you apply. Borrow just the amount you need i.e. an amount that you can pay back in its entirety with the money from your next paycheck. When you get receive your next paycheck, your first priority should be to pay back the loan as soon as possible.

You can apply to a network of our payday loaners here.

What is the Best Way to Prepare for a Financial Emergency?

Nobody can predict an emergency; it is always an unfortunate surprise. The most common way to react to a financial emergency is to use a credit card. However, the wisest way is to plan ahead by making a savings account and regularly transferring a certain amount of money to it. That’s the best way to prepare for an uncertain future.

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