We don’t base our decision on your credit score but what your credit report shows. We look at the status of past and open accounts. We also take into consideration other factors such as the time at the job, income and debt.
As long as the case has been discharged, we look at how you have handled accounts after the bankruptcy and if you have had no new accounts after the bankruptcy you will need a cosigner to help you established your credit again.
We report to Experian once every month.
Yes, we do accept proof of income from SSI or retirement but the loan will still be based on your credit history and your debt to income ratio.
Your interest rate is based on your credit score. The better the score the better the rate.
No, a payday loan is a type of short-term loan where a lender will extend high-interest credit based on a borrower’s income. Payday loans can have APR’s as high as 400%.
We specialize in installment loans but we can use a vehicle title to secure your loan with us.
There is no penalty for paying off your loan early.
We take into consideration time at the job, debt to income ratio, credit history and value of the collateral if any.