About Loan Pal
Loan Pal, found online at LoanPal.com, is a company that says they are working to change what it means to be a direct lender of mortgage loans, regardless of your personal needs and circumstances.
How Does It Work?
According to the website, the Loan Pal works to give their customers whatever they need to find the perfect loan. They say it only takes a few clicks to use their site to find a loan and customize both your rate and payments.
In addition, they promise that they have cut out the middle man in between you and your mortgage lender, creating a transparent loan process that allows you to be in control from beginning to end, which is also more affordable than the traditional mortgage lending process.
Though the website says that they charge zero loan fees, zero title fees, and zero appraisal fees, there will still be charges associated with this loan that will be determined by your specific circumstances.
As a direct loan provider, this company will not offer refunds per se, but they may offer a period of time in which borrowers can cancel or return their funds without a financial penalty. Customers who are concerned about this potential situation should speak to one of their representatives about whether or not they offer a policy like this.
Customer Service Contact Info
Customers who wish to speak with Customer Service about their questions, concerns, or complaints can do so by phone at 844-562-6725, by email at [email protected], or traditional mail at 8781 Sierra College Blvd, Roseville, CA 95661.
This company does not have many user reviews for their specific products, but customers should note that all electronic cigarettes are currently undergoing intense scrutiny for making health claims that they cannot actually prove or support at this time.
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1 ‘Loan Pal’ Review
So far Great. will find out how true it is with the Paydown. on 10/7.
I paid it down but the newest statement doesn't show that I did. Now I'm wondering.