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Consumer Advisory: Our lender partners will never ask for advance payment. NEVER pay a lender in advance for a loan.
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The annual percentage rate, or APR, is a consumer financing tool used to compare one loan offering with another. The APR is NOT the interest rate. It is the cost of money borrowed, expressed as a yearly rate that relates to the amount of the loan and the timing of repayment. Typically with the lenders in our network, the actual interest paid is much less than the APR because short-term loans aren't taken out for a full year.
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If you find that you can't repay your loan under its current terms, your lender may charge you late fees, report your payment history to a credit-reporting agency, or provide an extension or loan renewal option to refinance your loan. This may impact your credit score or allow your loan account to fall into collection. Loan renewals or refinancing options may include additional fees. Repayment options vary by state and lender, only your lender can provide you with your specific repayment options if you can't repay your loan on time. You can ask your lender for implications of non-payment at any point during the loan process.