Back to School Cash: Short-Term Loans for School Books & Fees
It is nearly that time again! School is just about to begin for many high school and college students. This probably means that school books and supplies need to be bought and miscellaneous fees paid. If you are a parent of a student, or a student with a job, you may be short on funds for school related costs and wondering how you are going to make ends meet. The answer is a payday loan!
In the case that you don’t have access to traditional loans and/or cash and are currently employed, you may want to consider a cash advance. The premise of such a loan is that you can gain access to up to $300 before your next payday. When you apply for a loan, your credit isn’t run and a granted loan isn’t reported to credit agencies. Don’t worry if you have a poor credit rating, as it won’t affect your ability to secure the loan. You simply agree to have the amount you are loaned pulled out electronically from your bank account.
To be approved for a Pay Day Loan all you have to do is:
- Show government identification. Your driver’s license or passport is required.
- Provide proof that you currently have a job. Your most recent paystub is a must.
- Bring in a print out of your bank account statement. It is utilized as proof that you actually have a bank account and money regularly deposited in your account.
- Personal Check. This is required for the purpose of the electronic withdrawal that will occur on your next payday.
Once you have been approved, you will gain instant access to your much needed cash for school related expenses. After receiving the loan, make sure that you take note of the fact that the payday loan amount will be pulled out of your bank account on your next payday. In today’s fast-paced world it is quite easy to forget temporary changes in budget.
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