CreditLoan.com offers a wide range of options to help you through those times when money is extremely tight. The primary focus of their services is to assist those with bad credit or no credit at all. Their third-party lenders offer secured personal loans, unsecured personal loans, debt consolidation loans, auto title loans, home loans and payday loans. They also have third-party servicers that provide credit report services and credit card solution services.
There are a number of articles in their online database to provide you with a convenient method to conduct research before applying for a loan. There are also a number of calculators on their site, more than you could ever imagine. One of their calculators enables you to calculate the numbers within your loan offer prior to accepting it.
After submitting an online application, for free, through CreditLoan’s website, you will be matched to one of their lenders or servicers. They will contact you to confirm your personal information as well as to finalize the loan.
Always review the loan contract with a fine tooth comb, pay close attention to fees, penalties and interest rates. Since some states do not have laws regarding loan APRs, many lenders will use that to their full advantage. Compare the amount of money you will pay for the loan to the amount of money you are borrowing, it may be shocking.
Although they may have approved your loan application and promised to repair your credit, it is possible that the loan will hurt your credit if you can’t afford to pay it back. You are under no obligation to accept the loan, if they pressure you to sign and claim that the funds will only be available for a short time, step away and go elsewhere.
If any lenders ask for upfront fees or a security deposit that is a red flag and it is illegal. If they ask for bank account information or credit card information for payment, do not provide it, they may take your money and run.
Consider other options to get help before taking the aforementioned route. Ask a friend or family member to borrow money, approach your employer to obtain a salary advance, try to work out a payment plan with your creditor or take out a small bank loan. To prevent the financial hardship in the future, get credit counseling. Changing your spending habits and paying your bills on time is going to help you improve your credit score. To find help, go to National Foundation for Credit Counseling.
As a last note, CreditLoan has received a rating of D+ with the Better Business Bureau and therefore is not BBB Accredited.