make money online no selling.com

Find money online for fast debt

makemoneyonlinenoselling.com is online service which helps you acquire cash money online


Flag
State Hawaii
Legal status
Allowed (Our partner lenders provide payments in Hawaii)
Loan amount limit $600 face amount of check
Loan terms Max: 32 days
Finance rates 15% of check
Finance charges $17.65
Maximum APR (Annual percentage rate) 459%

1718 Wilikina Drive, Wahiawa, HI 96786

Hawaii

Wahiawa

45-773 Kamehameha Highway No. G, Kaneohe, HI 96744

Hawaii

Kaneohe

200 Kanoelehua Avenue No. 104, Hilo, HI 96720

Hawaii

Hilo

99-082 Kauhale Street No. B6, Aiea, HI 96701

Hawaii

Aiea

94-210 Hanawai Circle No. 1, Waipahu, HI 96797

Hawaii

Waipahu

1680 Wilikina Drive, Wahiawa, HI 96786

Hawaii

Wahiawa

1726 Kapiolani Boulevard, Honolulu, HI 96814

Hawaii

Honolulu

200 Kanoelehua Avenue, Hilo, HI 96720

Hawaii

Hilo

897 Kamehameha Highway No. 101, Pearl City, HI 96782

Hawaii

Pearl City

200 Kanoelehua Avenue No. 104, Hilo, HI 96720

Hawaii

Hilo


Frequently asked questions about easy loan hawaii

  • I'm from southern Ohio, a small town where poverty is high and cost of living is low. I know I don't belong here, and I want to get as far away as possible. I'm a senior, and I'm really looking in to going to school in Hawaii. Money's tight, and I know that the costs of things in Hawaii are a lot higher. My dad had a heart attack and hasn't worked in over a year [he's still waiting on SS] Seeing as I live in a house with virtually $0 income, I'm sure I could get grants. I just have no idea how any of that works or what I can use the money for [plane tickets, food, clothes?] and there is absolutely no one here willing to help me get to school. I guess I just want to know, seeing as money is so tight, if it's unrealistic to want to go to Hawaii. I'm also only 16 [I got moved up a grade] and I can't find a job anywhere. Maybe that will be easier in Hawaii? Are there certain things that can help me? Is West Oahu even a good school? Any advice at all would be great, thanks.
  • You may do better with checking out state colleges in Ohio. The tuition price is going to be a lot cheaper. Once you are living on campus, you are away from home. Remember during Thanksgiving, winter and spring break, all dorms close down. Now how are you going to get home from Hawaii? Grants and Loans do not pay for transportation. You should apply to several schools, and there will be a application fee. Call up the admissions office to see if you can get the fee waived. See which college accept you, then which gives you the best financial package. It sounds like it is going to be what school you can afford to go to over which one you want to go to. Be prepared to occur lots of loans. You are not going to get by with just grants. Also go to your public library and do some research. There are plenty of books out on financial aid, grants, loans and scholarships. It just takes time to do the research on it all. Hawaii's cost of living is very high. Apply to Ohio State. And what ever you go ask for a job on campus before you even get to the school.
  • I am (sort of) in the same position. What I would do is worry about the details later. Cross that bridge when you get to it. For now, you have to apply to the school you want to go to, go to FAFSA.edu and fill it out for the school hope to attend. Once you get accepted to your college and all the information needed has been given to FAFSA, then you should receive a 'Financial Aid Award Letter'. This will be loans and grants the government and school are willing to give you. Considering your situation, they might give you a very good amount. As soon as you get accepted to the school though, I would immediately contact your counselor there and let them know your situation.
  • My vehicle was reposessed this morning....(Hawaii) making no excuses I am one month plus $100.00 behind...woman at repo dept at bank says three months behind..however February is not due until March 10th and the month is no over yet...January yes but had until February 29th to pay ... $300.00 of $409.10 December's payment was made on February 10th with the balance due by the 15th - 20th of Feb...this $100.00 was not made because I had been physically hurt by the person who owed me the monies that I planned on using to make payment ...the altercation distracted my thoughts so I never made a call to the loan center...when I did try to make the $100.00 back payment and the January payment of $409.10 last Friday the 24th the banks doors were locked...a minute or so too late..called the loan center and got the VM..left an undetailed message (my error) ...was told today that the repo order was already in place by then anyway...My disappointment is in the manner if which this was handled..after my first heart attack I needed help with payment arrangements because I was unable to work for awhile and not quite back on my feet...got better then had another smaller heart attack....this time ordered to really take it easy so not really working much...on disability now..asked bank to lower interest or somehow redo my loan to arrange smaller payments..no help only deferred payment for a couple months...that won't help when my income has permanently and drastically changed..I have on 16 more payments plus the two deferred pkgs are still due I think...anyway, I'm near completing my responsibility to the bank..I have a little over 3 yrs of on-time pmts plus I paid more than what was due during that time...it was only after my heartattacks did my payments lag...I've made payments each month since then. Made arrangements & kept in touch as much as possible...I am just puzzled that if I had until Wednesday to catch up with January's pmt and March 10th for Feb., why repo the vehicle.
  • Get a car you can afford. You obviously can't afford to have this car. End of story.
  • I got some bad news for you that you wont want to hear. 1st off, to get your car back, you will have to pay EVERYTHING OWED to this point. Forget about it being owed on the 10th etc, since they state you are 3 months behind. This bit of now being owed till the 10th, sounds like you have a 10 day grace period, but in fact most likely owed or due on the 28th or 30th of the month. Since the car has been repo'ed, you will have to pay the fee of the repo driver and every day it sits in storage (on average of $30) on top of that. So add 3 months loan payments, storage and repo fees and you will get your car back. If not, then they will sell your car at auction for the loan/fees owed. Most cars sold at auction, will go for 1/2 less of the true value, so if that is not enough, then you still owe on the loan/fees left over and no car. It is unfortunate of your health condition, but the loan company does not give a crap about that, only that they want their money and now. My guess is that due to your health condition and now that they have repossessed your auto, they will ignore any chance to get loan deferred or re-modified. Your only hope would be to find another bank to re-finance this loan to 24 months or 36 months to a payment that you can afford, but most likely will be at a much higher interest rate to do so. See if there are any programs out there for people on disability to help out. The main problem now is that once they repo once, they will most likely not give you a 2nd chance or those extra days, so be prepared. Sorry for the bad news, but good luck.
  • Sorry about your health problems but The bank can repossess the car even if you are 1 day late. It is very simple and despite your tale,none of that matters. The loan company simply wants their money and they want it on time. I noticed you still have a computer and all of it's related expenses. Is the computer more important than the car?
  • About all you could do is file for bankruptcy or pay the loan.
  • ^^^ I agree
  • American Politics (focus on the financial crises) The American people like to see their president as the leader of the free world. They have historically been a super power in regards of economics, industrial development and military power. They have a central role in NATO, UN and G8. America has been one of the richest countries in the world in terms of natural resources and in monetary founds. In light of this it is easy to understand that the Americans have strong self-esteem, and are proud of their country. The financial crises started in 2008 with the subprime loans in the USA. Since then the US debt has raised to about 15 trillion dollars, and the crisis have spread to the rest of the world They have huge challenges within the areas of health care, unemployment, poverty and a worldwide pressure to reduce co2 emissions. Barack Hussein Obama, The president of United States of America since 2008, is responsible to lead the country out of its problems. Obama was born 4 of August 1961 in Hawaii. Previously he was a senator representing the State of Illinois. He graduated from Harvard law school, where he Was the president of Harvard law review. He is the first black president of the USA. USA is a two-party country, The Democrats and The Republicans. Obama himself is a Democrat. For The President to efficiently carry out his politics he need support from the House of Representatives, and the Senate. All bills regarding revenues have to be initiated by the House of Representatives. Currently there are 242 Republicans and 192 Democrats in the House of Representatives. As the President is Democrat it is natural that he gets support from The Democrats who is the minority, but it is equally natural that The Republicans don’t support him if they can avoid it. This makes it hard for the President to get approval for his policies, without negotiation and bargaining between the different political fractions. Another strong influence on American politics is the different lobbies. For example, the automotive industry in the state of Michigan may hire a lobby to influence the representants to vote against bills to protect the environment if it goes against the car industry. Financially strong lobbies may also donate money to the next election campaign for the different representatives, where it is implied that they should vote. This whole text gives an insight in how hard it is for the USA to fix all their problems. It’s not just for Obama to come into the role as president of the USA and fix everything. Even though he president he still needs to go through “the system”.
  • P (paragraph) P1 - make it easier to read P2 - Obama did not make a 15 T$ debt, he merely added on to it. in his 3 years so far he's added about 3.5 trillion. more than any president in US history and in less time. Bush in his 8 years didn't even spend this much! there is no worldwide pressure to reduce co2 emissions. nobody cares actually, besides some nutty treehuggers that don't see to understand we can't all just start living their way at he drop of a hat. We going into a recession did make an impact, but did not cause today's world crisis. We (the US) did not in any way contribute to Greece going bankrupt and bringing down the EU, and while the US is the most wasteful, highest consuming nation of all, the sudden lack of US commerce following 2008 did not severely impact hte world's markets. they had one less customer and business just went on as usual. P3 - where is the paragraph? P4 - that's not a paragraph, I don't care about Obama's statistical background, its on Wikipedia if i need it! P5 - blah blah blah, yak yak yak, boring! you need to liven it up, make it less of a wall of text i didn't really bother to read.
  • im not sure what everyone said above me because im too tired to read it...i'll probably read it tomorrow...so sorry if i repeat anything. this is my last answer before i go to bed. okay, you want to move to hawaii and you are limited on money. i would suggest you go to oahu. you are going for college and maui only has a community college which most students transfer out of after they get there liberals(i dunno what you call it...i didn't go to college...lol. they transfer out after about two years.) i think finding a place to stay would be easier on oahu also...you could stay at the dorms or find a roommate near by. It will be easier to get around on oahu because they have excellent public transportation...maui has one too but it's limited compared to oahu. as far as lining up a job and school before you get there...i suggest the honolulu advertiser classifieds or craigslist for the job. it's not east finding a job when you just move somewhere...so it may be easier to look when you get there. maybe you can find one on campus. school...you can check out the university of hawaii websites online and see the admissions requirements. id leave you a link but my laptop is dumb...i can't open another window. it's gonna cost you more to attend college there because you don't have residency...they do have special things that the do with some west coast states where they can claim residency...i forget what it's called. it's hard to think at 2:30 in the morning and it's been a while since i did research on college. i'll edit this answer later on today when if i remember what it's called. or someone above could have already mentioned it... good luck, take care and God bless! alooooha!
  • Depending on your skills, finding a job prior to arrival can/will be very difficult. Applying to schools can be done online/mail. If you are paying non-resident tuition, I doubt that your loans will cover your living expenses. If I were you, I would save up some money first, or move here and establish residency before attending school (or both would be best). Just out of curiosity, what school do you plan to attend on Maui? I hope you are aware that the 2 major Universities are located in Honolulu and Hilo. I assume that you are asking how Maui differs from Oahu because you have been to Oahu?? (since you are planning to move to either Maui or Hawaii). Maui is less populated than Oahu and things are a little more expensive there. Each island is beautiful and unique in their own way. I suggest you read the "Revealed" book series (http://www.wizardpub.com/main/home.html). These books are also great for tourists. EDIT: Hey, Maui_Gurl, good answer...the thing you are thinking about with the west coast schools is call the WUE (western undergrad exchange). http://www.uhh.hawaii.edu/pdf/wueapp.pdf I know alot of kids here in Hilo do that.
  • Honestly, there are no connections that can help you make your move a more easier one and there are no connections that can help you once you move here either!! Unfortunately, with Aloha Airlines going bankrupt, it's put a lot of people out of jobs and because we are such a Family Oriented state, we are committing ourselves to helping those who have been affected by this!! I will say though, if you plan to live in Maui, you'll need a car!! And the jobs there are a lot less then it is on O'ahu!! Really, if you don't have a plan of action and don't have enough funds to give yourself time to live without a job for a little while, you might want to rethink your decision!!
  • You will have a margainally easier time making a go of it on Oahu since we have more public transportation here & more options in terms of schools. But it is not going to be easy. Working part time on minimum wage salary (or a bit more) is not going to be a living wage. If you are a nurse or a teacher, you might be able to get a job prior to moving, but that is not your situation. The only other possiblity (besides inside connections) I can think of is if you are working already on the mainland for a company that also does business here in the islands.
  • Having lived on both islands, I can tell you your limited funds story is not new. You must have more than limited funds. You will need transportation, like a car. You need to understand housing for rent is tight on Maui, you might not find a place to stay. Low paying jobs are plentiful, you may need two. Relying on student loans is not they financial way to go. Your plans are doomed to fail, unless you have money or help.
  • it relatively isn't a real determination, in spite of you're saying. this is impossible to sense such as you have completed each thing conceivable on your existence!! there are lots of issues to do!!!! additionally, in case you kill your self, you stated it yhourself, your loved ones could be VERY affected for something of their lives. So think of extra approximately it. anyhow, we are all gonna die sometime, so why rush it? dying could come anyhow. So do in basic terms somthing new that youve in no way completed, trevel around the international, i dont be attentive to, lots of issues obtainable! i do no longer desire to offend you, yet you could probable get some psychological help..... reason this is not real what you're saying....:( particularly in the experience that your 13 FOR GODS SAKE!
  • We live in Hawaii and our mortgage has become unmanageable. We just found out our house is worth 64k less than we owe. We have good credit though are overextended because of mortgage. No defaults and one 30 day late pay. We want to sell but do not have the credit left to get a 64k loan to pay off the rest of the loan. We desperately do not want to go into foreclosure. Any options anyone is aware of?
  • Please contact your lender to discuss this issue. Do it before your property forecloses. If you don't already belong, join a credit union, their home loan dept. may have some innovative ideas. Whatever the case, please contact your lender ASAP. There are all kinds of creative refinancing ideas out there. Explore all of your options. Besides talking to your lender, check around. Read this article: The Impact of Short Sales / Foreclosures on Credit Reports Sellers may wonder whether a letting a property go into foreclosure would be easier and smarter than going through a short sale. With a foreclosure, and depending on state laws regarding foreclosure, a seller could stay in the property, essentially rent free, for four months to a year before being forced to evacuate. But that fact alone does not mean a foreclosure is better. Whereas a short sale involves offering the home for sale, generally listed through MLS. Potential home buyers will make appointments to view the home, some will make lowball offers, agents might hold open houses and, in general, a seller's life will be disrupted, all in the hopes that a buyer will buy the home. Basics of a Short Sale Short sales happen when a lender agrees to accept less than the amount owed against the home because there is not enough equity to sell and pay all costs of sale. Continued at http://homebuying.about.com/od/4closures...
  • The problem is that 64k amount of negative equity you still owe even after being sold. I would contact the bank to see what can be done. Leasing the house to someone may be an option but you would have to be able to get the monthly note you now owe. Worse case scenario is you lose this house 7 to 10 years this will haunt your credit. Getting another house or an apartment is very difficult after a foreclosure. Try to work something out before that happens. But do not stop corresponding with the mortgage company. You will fair better when you keep the lines of communication open with them, or so I I've been told.
  • Foreclosure has a major negative impact on your credit history that will impact you for 10 years or more and imapir your ability to obtain other financing including mortgage financing for a number of years. Call your lender and ask them about a "short sale". They may forgive the balance after the sale in order to avoid the time and expense of a foreclosure.
  • Speak with your mortgage company they may let you pay interest only for 6 months or so to see if your situation improves. Worth a shot
  • the best website: http://www.foreclosureinfousa.net
  • First of all, please.. No passive aggressive comments. Nothing mean, or stupid. Be cordial and polite. I have made up my mind. I am pretty sure I want to go to the university of Manoa... However, I am from out of state, and the tuition is 21,000 some, and dorm expenses are another 8,500. I was contemplating taking out student loans, and getting whatever financial aid I can get, to go to this school. I really want to make it happen... One of my past teachers suggested maybe I do a home stay with a family? I was wondering if there was something like that, in order to go to school with in state tuition, which is dramatically cheaper! 7,584... about.. Anyone who can give any constructive advice is appreciated. Thanks for helping my dreams come true! : )
  • The attached article should go a long way to explain why you will find it difficult to find a family with a spare room. You should also know that houses, yards, and apartments on Oahu, in particular, tend to be much smaller than North American dwellings. Also, single-wall construction is common. This means the walls are so thin that the light switches and electrical outlets stick out on top, and neighbors know quite a bit about what's going on in each other's houses and apartments. Look for places where tradewinds from the northeast can enter and exit your room, or you will find yourself waiting until after dark to go home in the hopes your place will cool down by then. I went to UH Manoa as a grad student. I really enjoyed living at the East-West Center and getting to know people from all over the world. But I couldn't help but notice that the campus was practically deserted by 4:30. A huge university couldn't keep the Burger King and Pizza Hut on University Avenue in business. The reason out-of-state tuition is so high is partly to provide opportunities for the residents of Hawaii to go to college. They don't have such a pick of campuses they can just drive to. When there are hundreds of colleges in universities in North America that have more rigorous academics, stronger reputations, easier parking, lower costs, and more vibrant campus life, I always wonder why people will spend so much money and travel so far to come here. The liberal arts college I attended on top of a mountain, 50 miles from a shopping mall in Tennessee was so much more fun!
  • This may not be what you're looking for, but here's my suggestion: Try to find a job as a live-in nanny or housekeeper for a family in Hawaii. Then you can save a little money while establishing residency (and your rent will be free) so that when you apply to UH Manoa, your tuition costs will be less. I used this site to do a cost of living comparison: http://swz.salary.com/costoflivingwizard... I don't know where you live, so I just put in Phoenix, AZ and Honolulu, HI. You would need to make 63.8% more in Hawaii than you make in Phoenix in order to maintain your standard of living. Hawaii is a VERY expensive place in which to live. Start saving now! :)
  • There's no such thing. You either dorm or get an an apartment off campus. (And it's University of Hawaii at Manoa).
Fast percent loan in Alabama Fast percent loan in Alaska Fast percent loan in Arizona Fast percent loan in Arkansas Fast percent loan in California Fast percent loan in Colorado Fast percent loan in Connecticut Fast percent loan in Delaware Fast percent loan in Florida Fast percent loan in Georgia Fast percent loan in Hawaii Fast percent loan in Idaho Fast percent loan in Illinois Fast percent loan in Indiana Fast percent loan in Iowa Fast percent loan in Kansas Fast percent loan in Kentucky Fast percent loan in Louisiana Fast percent loan in Maine Fast percent loan in Maryland Fast percent loan in Massachusetts Fast percent loan in Michigan Fast percent loan in Minnesota Fast percent loan in Mississippi Fast percent loan in Missouri Fast percent loan in Montana Fast percent loan in Nebraska Fast percent loan in Nevada Fast percent loan in New Hampshire Fast percent loan in New Jersey Fast percent loan in New Mexico Fast percent loan in New York Fast percent loan in North Carolina Fast percent loan in North Dakota Fast percent loan in Ohio Fast percent loan in Oklahoma Fast percent loan in Oregon Fast percent loan in Pennsylvania Fast percent loan in Rhode Island Fast percent loan in South Carolina Fast percent loan in South Dakota Fast percent loan in Tennessee Fast percent loan in Texas Fast percent loan in Utah Fast percent loan in Vermont Fast percent loan in Virginia Fast percent loan in Washington Fast percent loan in West Virginia Fast percent loan in Wisconsin Fast percent loan in Wyoming