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State California
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Allowed (Our partner lenders provide payments in California)
Loan amount limit  $255 if maximum fee charged ($300 maximum check)
Loan terms Max: 31 days
Finance rates 15% of check
Finance charges $17.65
Maximum APR (Annual percentage rate) 459%

11623 Cherry Avenue No. B4, Fontana, CA 92337

California

Fontana

1295 North Euclid Street, Fullerton, CA 92835

California

Fullerton

82227 Us Highway 111, Indio, CA 92201

California

Indio

1450 Olive Drive No. A, Bakersfield, CA 93308

California

Bakersfield

1460 7th Street No. A, Oakland, CA 94607

California

Oakland

1955 41st Avenue No. B8, Capitola, CA 95010

California

Capitola

3276 Adeline Street, Berkeley, CA 94703

California

Berkeley

100 North Raymond Avenue, Fullerton, CA 92831

California

Fullerton

134 W Base Line Road, Rialto, CA 92376

California

Rialto

836 N Santa Fe Avenue No. A, Vista, CA 92083

California

Vista


Frequently asked questions about california installment loans

  • Personal loans are almost impossible to get. Ask anyone that has tried. You need amazing credit, long standing credit history, and steady employment If you are talking about a car loan - then yes, they are easier to get Just have a nice down payment ready
  • Depends on your credit, employment history, how much you want to borrow, and how long you want to take to pay it back.
  • On June 28, I went in and got a used car at a local dealership for $28,000 (excluding financing fees) at the rate of 7.99%. However, my credit history is still young about 2-3 years old. Of course, I heard the sales pitch: "I got you approved for this amount and this interest rate." The Finance Manager contacted me, asking me about my pay (and it seems to me he kept pulling my credit report without my permission). Of course, I answered and provided pay stubs. I sent him many emails throughout the day, and I have a gut feeling that the financing is going to fall through. I called him, and he hasn't answered my phone calls (he does have caller id). Even after C U Acceptance Group, I guess it is an agency that assist credit unions with loan processing calling me asking me if I knew someone in the military that will get me membership (of course, I do, my husband), but they never emailed back to me. Anyway, I signed the installment contact, the DMV registration, GAP, warranty information, and nothing about 'conditional' or contingent basis, also understanding that california does not have a cooling off period. If the deals does fall through, and the car is registered under my name, can I tell them to buzz off or should I just return the car? I do recall the finance manager saying that if I sign this the car is legally mine. Thank you! :)
  • The car woiudnt be registered in your name if the financing fell thru. You can & should cancel the warranty & the GAP, you never should have bought them. If and ONLY if he cant get you financing at the terms you agreed to, then they will ask for he car back & you can walk away without it costing you anything. Its not your decision to make anymore. At 7.99% with an extended warranty & gap, they will get you financed if I had to bet. Dealers have no incentive to provide free rentals.
  • If the deal falls through, you have no choice but return the car, it does not belong to you. The car is only "legally yours" as long as it's paid for. You cannot tell them to "buzz off". If you don't understand contracts and how financing works, you should not be trying to buy a car on credit.
  • Hey Scott, don't be a dick.
  • You could but it would take some legal papers being filled out etc. See a bank or a loan company to see what the procedure is for your area. May I suggest that you should have thought about this BEFORE you changed the title to his name.
  • specifically, in the following context: There are a number of "non-loan" transactions, such as bona fide leases, automobile sales finance contracts (Rees-Levering Motor Vehicle Sales and Finance Act) and retail installment sales (Unruh Act), that are not subject to the provisions of the California Finance Lenders Law. http://www.corp.ca.gov/fsd/lender.asp
  • It means there are a number of legitimate (bona fide) leases "that are not subject to the provisions of the California Finance Lenders Law."
  • bona fide=legitimate, actual, genuine.
  • You WERE servd a notice on 5/26 though. Yes, he can do that.
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