As a veteran I found myself at times needing just a little cash to carry me till the next deposit.  Now days, short term loans businesses have popped up all over the place.  It is a big business that is not there to help me make it to the next deposit but is in the business of taking my money away from me.  With these businesses making anywhere from 200 to 700% or more and recharging a new fee every 5, 10, 15 days per 50.00 to 100.00 dollars.  I found this absurd.  We are working diligently to find a company that will bring you a new way of lending for Veteran’s. If you received an honorable discharged, have direct deposit? then you will have a short term lending solution at reasonable rates that go done base on your individual activity with us and not with any third party sources. (Credit reports). So bad debt, bankruptcy, foreclosure, bank repos, we don’t check.
Please be advised that the opportunities presented on this site may be regulated or prohibited in some states. Please also note that the information we share on this site is taken from our partner websites. We strive to provide the most accurate information, but we encourage you to verify the interest rate and loan terms before you commit to any loan.

If you are unable to repay your loan on time for any reason, please contact your lender as soon as possible. Late payment fees are set by your lender in accordance with the regulations in your state, and lenders also determine their own policies in regard to how they handle late payments. There are several courses of action that your lender may take, so you should check your loan agreement for specific information that pertains to your lender.


Keep in mind that even the best payday lender is still extremely expensive, and you should try to find other options before visiting one. Fees vary depending on state regulations. In some states, such as Oregon, you pay around $13 for every $100 you borrow. In other states, such as Texas and Wisconsin, Check Into Cash charges $25 for every $100 you borrow. This puts the lender at about the industry average for payday loan fees. It doesn’t appear to take advantage of states with less stringent payday lending laws like Utah. We didn’t see fees greater than $25, which, while expensive, isn’t the highest we saw in our research.
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