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Get a Payday Loan With Bad Credit

Payday Loans:

This is a temporary loan secured on the promise of repaying your next paycheck to the lender. These often carry high fees as well as interest rate either during the initial installment, or retroactive if the repayment is not secured by your next payday. These loans are great for a one time emergency, every once in a while. The high fees make them not so great for long time solutions or for repeat users. The good news, the loan is often secured with just a signature, a few paystubs, and is deposited usually within 24 hours. Loan amounts vary from a few hundred dollars to about a thousand dollars.

Credit Cards:

Most credit cards require that the borrower have good credit. And many offer very low interest rates and very few fees. However, if you have bad credit, there are a few choices out there, and many cards are guaranteed to be active the next day. They have a few negative points though. If you do have bad credit, then you may have to pay a monthly user fee along with excessively high interest rates and other fees. Additionally, the card may have an extremely small limit.

Bank Over-Drafts:

These are exactly what they sound like. If you have automatic payments from your checking account set up, or have ever written too many checks, that bank may extend credit to you if the amount is very small, say under a couple dollars. They may charge a fee according to a certain institutional contract. Bank overdraft may also include payment of the debt itself in good faith that you will deposit money very soon to cover the debt.

Payday Advance:

These types of unsecured temporary loans may be secured directly through your banking institution. Usually what is required is 3 months or more of direct deposit of your regular paycheck from your employer. There are usually little, if any fees associated with this. Many times the fees are deducted at your next payday along with the amount of the original advance. These can be risky if you loose your job, or your paycheck is smaller that recent direct deposits. The banking institution will automatically withdraw the loan amount no matter what and every payday that it is not paid will result in another overdraft fee along with interest and the advancement fees.

Corporate Bonds:

These are commercial or government bonds that have a longer term, usually one year, and are for commercial use only. If you have a small business or are starting a business and also have poor credit, you should probably perform a little research about corporate bonds. to see if these are right for your needs.

Getting an unsecured loan is quite easy. If you just need a payday loan and do not have direct deposit from your employer, then just find a payday loan center. There are many online with good reputations. All you need to get started are a few paystubs, two or three forms of identification, a bank statement, and your employer’s phone number.