Reputable Payday Lenders – What to Look for in a Payday Loan
Payday lenders are a growing phenomenon in the UK. What started in the US is now increasingly popular among borrowers in the UK too, as more and more people look for short term loans to cover last minute expenses or tide them over until payday.
Payday loans are designed to help borrowers out with life’s unexpected costs. When these expenses come out of the blue and aren’t accounted for by your monthly budget, a payday loan can help tide you over until your next paycheck arrives.
The advantages of loans like these usually come down to speed and convenience – most UK payday lenders offer online services where you can apply for a loan in a matter of minutes and receive a quick decision. They are also available to borrowers with bad credit, which opens the door to many borrowers who would not otherwise be able to get a loan.
Loan companies generally decide whether to make a loan depending on how much the borrower’s typical monthly earnings are. Loans vary from between £100 to £1,000 in the majority of cases, but you are more likely to be considered for a higher end loan if you can demonstrate that you earn enough to be able to pay it back.
Payday loans in the UK offer a quick, simple and secure means of getting a little extra cash when you need it most. The risk for the loan companies is generally higher than the risk attendant on more common and longer-term forms of borrowing.
This is partly because loan applicants do not need to demonstrate a good credit rating, which involves a higher risk of borrowers defaulting on their loans. Because of the higher risks involved for the lenders, fees attached to these loans are higher than those applicable to traditional methods of borrowing.
A reputable payday lender should provide details of the fees that they charge. Often these fees vary depending on the amount you want to borrow, but it’s worth looking to see if there are guidelines about the rough amount you will be expected to pay in fees before making an application. Comparison sites can also help show how the fees your lender is charging compare to their competitors’ fees.
Payday loans are only meant to be short term solutions and are not advisable for long term financial problems. Your payday lender should employ certain restrictions when offering you a loan that help safeguard your finances. For example, you will need to be over 18, have a steady source of income and a bank account.
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