Payday loans are a resource for unemployed people in need of financial help. If you do not have the money to pay for your bills and need to get cash fast, payday loans are a way to get the money you need.
Who Can File For a Payday Loan?
Every payday loan company will have varying qualifications for being eligible for a payday loan. However, they usually require that you have steady employment and can meet other terms they may set forth. Usually, a company will not require you to give them a reason for the loan but you should be prepared if you do need to provide this information. You will need to provide proof of income, as well as let them know when you will be paid next. You may even be required to have a checking account. You will have to show that you are at least 18 years old and provide them with proper identification. This is all part of the filing process for the payday loans. It can be scary to have to file for a payday loan, but if you do not have another option it can be a good way to quickly fix a money issue.
An important thing to note before filing for a payday loan is that they tend to be very expensive and often have high interest rates. Therefore, if you do apply for a receive a payday loan, you must pay it off quickly.
Avoid Payday Loan Debt
Before applying for a payday loan, explore other options that may be cheaper. If possible, try to get another job or even ask to borrow money from friends or family. Payday loans are often a bad choice for people seeking financial freedom. If you get stuck in a bad situation with payday loans, you can file for bankruptcy to get relief.
Our attorneys are skilled at negotiating for large reductions in your payday loan debt.
Morgan & Morgan attorneys can also settle your other debts such as credit card debt, auto loans, mortgage debt, etc. Contact us if you need assistance with payday loans or have any questions about the process. We have provided debt solutions to clients throughout Georgia, the firm services clients in the surrounding counties including: Oconee, Morgan, Walton, Jackson, Hall, Barrow, Madison, Oglethorpe, Elbert, Hart, Franklin, Banks, Habersham, Greene and Stephens.