Everyone needs extra cash now and then for unforeseen events, but how many people want to go through the process of arranging a loan for something that is very short term. Many people take another option, that of the ‘payday loan’ and it is now possible to arrange one of these without having to own a checking account at your local bank. This is now a popular method of arranging extra cash for short term use and it works like this.
Perhaps you have had some unexpected medical expenses or had repairs carried out on your car or home. The amount you need doesn’t need a bank loan and you also know that your forthcoming pay check will cover it so you request a payday loan instead. The process works by a lender arranging for a small sum of money never usually over one thousand dollars, to be made available and to be reclaimed when you are paid less any interest due.
Most people with internet access now arrange their payday loans online as it is much more convenient. This is an easy way to arrange to funds and once approved, the money is in your account almost straight away. Until recently, the only way you would be granted a payday loan was if you had a bank checking account which would ensure the money would be repaid without any hiccups as soon as you were paid.
Lenders today are much easier to please and often just proof of a savings account will do while some are actually happy to lend to people with a poor credit rating. Many just accept proof that the person is actually employed and receives pay regularly. Therefore, the next time you need to take a payday loan but have no checking account, relax.
It is not too difficult to find a lender who is willing to provide a loan as long as you can provide proof you are employed. However, be careful not to get caught in a cycle of borrowing as these loans are pretty expensive and if you get into the habit of taking one frequently, you could be spending a lot of money. From time to time, we all need the extra cash but reliance on this facility is not the answer to organizing your finances better.
Author: Gibson MasekoThis author has published 11 articles so far.