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State Illinois
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Allowed (Our partner lenders provide payments in Illinois)
Loan amount limit lesser of $1000 or 25% gross monthly income.  Payday installment loan lesser of 22.5% gross monthly income or $1,000.
Loan terms 13 to 120 days. Payday installment loans 112 to 180 day terms.
Finance rates $15.50 per $100, plus a $1 verification fee
Finance charges $15.50
Maximum APR (Annual percentage rate) 403%

2518 College Avenue, Alton, IL 62002

Illinois

Alton

1239 Sandy Hollow Road, Rockford, IL 61109

Illinois

Rockford

300 W Fairchild Street, Danville, IL 61832

Illinois

Danville

6029 N Lincoln Avenue, Chicago, IL 60659

Illinois

Chicago

2949 11th Street, Rockford, IL 61109

Illinois

Rockford

211 S Larkin Avenue No. Centre, Joliet, IL 60436

Illinois

Joliet

2324 W War Memorial Drive, Peoria, IL 61614

Illinois

Peoria

306 W Fairchild Street, Danville, IL 61832

Illinois

Danville

1700 Parkway Plaza Drive No. 2, Normal, IL 61761

Illinois

Normal

100 E Jeffery Street, Kankakee, IL 60901

Illinois

Kankakee


Frequently asked questions about illinois loan

  • yes because you've broken the contract to pay. it's not a matter of being illegal, it's just that you're defaulting on a loan which will just offset collection practices. sure you can just let it go into collections but your credit is going to tank for the next 7 years.
  • you bet your kaboodle. But depending on where you live they have to renegotiate your payment schedule if you ask them to. But Do Not Stop that check. They wouldn't cash it until you defaulted but would have to give you a chance to make the payments first.
  • I love payday loans. I've lost 15 pounds since I took mine out!
  • Depends on where you live. There is some info on this page about using the stop check procedure: http://www.paydayloaninfo.org/chelp.cfm#...
  • your first mistake was to get a payday loan and your second mistake would be not to pay it back on time....good luck to you
  • Trouble???!!! That is called FRAUD! Yeah, that might get you into a little legal trouble there!
  • How long can you default before they pick up the car? That depends on the finance company.
  • Check with your current mortgage company, or with the new mortgage company. See if they offer the bridge loans. You could also ask your realtor, if there is one involved in your transaction. To find a lender, if you haven't already, try a yellow book listing, and call and interview a couple companies to find out the terms that are available for you. Good luck!
  • It allows you to use equity in your current home to buy another. The payment is differed until the bridge loan is called, normally in 6 months to a year. Most bridge loan lenders will allow you to use up to 90% of the value of your current home. Example if you r home is worth $100,000 and you owe 20,000 you can use 70,000 towrds a down payment. Then when your house sells you pay the bridge loan and original note off. Problems arise when your current home does not sell before the bridge loan period is up. You are then forced to start making 2 mortgage payments. If you live in an area where real estate is slow i would really weigh other options before using a bridge loan.
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