Payday Loans Explained!

21 November 2011 - Which Way to Pay

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Payday Loans Explained!

Everyone has had those months when you just donít have enough money to see you through until next payday. This is what payday loans are designed for; these loans allow you to borrow a relatively small sum of money for a short period of time to get you through the rest of the month. Because they are emergency loans, you can get the money extremely quickly, in some cases as soon as 15 minutes.

You can apply easily online. Credit checks are rare so you often will get instant approval even if you have a poor credit history. The criteria are pretty basic; you have to be over 18, be a Canadian citizen, have a bank account and you sometimes have to give proof of employment. As the loans are short term and for small amounts of money, typically from $100 to $1500, interest rates can run high, so make sure youíre aware of how much in total youíll have to pay back.

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