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State Oklahoma
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Allowed (Our partner lenders provide payments in Oklahoma)
Loan amount limit $500
Loan terms 12-45 days
Finance rates $15 per $100: $0-$300;  an additional fee of $10 per $100: $301-$500
Finance charges $15
Maximum APR (Annual percentage rate) 390%

919 Arlington Street, Ada, OK 74820

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Ada

322 North Lynn Riggs Boulevard, Claremore, OK 74017

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Claremore

900 S Broadway, Edmond, OK 73034

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Edmond

1906 SE Washington Blvd., Bartlesville, OK 74006

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Bartlesville

4636 S Pennsylvania Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK 73119

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Oklahoma City

1474 N Main Street, Altus, OK 73521

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Altus

2401 12th Avenue Northwest, Ardmore, OK 73401

Oklahoma

Ardmore

852 Garth Brooks Boulevard, Yukon, OK 73099

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Yukon

2410 N Meridian Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK 73107

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Oklahoma City

234 S Muskogee Avenue, Tahlequah, OK 74464

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Tahlequah


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  • I won't have much money by the time I graduate high school (maybe like $2000). My mom's credit is too bad to get any loans. I'll be paying out-of-state tuition. Is there any chance of me getting the financial aid I need to be able to afford OU? We don't make a ton of money, and my brother will be in college as well, so that will help my financial aid, right? I have a 3.7 GPA and a 1940 SAT score, so maybe I'll get a little scholarship? Ok, my point is: do you think it's feasible for me to get the financial aid needed in order to afford tuition/dorm/books? I'll get a job while I'm down there.
  • The first step is to fill out a FAFSA and see how much aid you can get from the Federal government. That being said, unless Oklahoma offers a program that your state doesn't, it's probably not worth it for you to take on the debt associated with an out of state school.
  • In my State of Oklahoma, worst case is as follows; $260.57 per mo. x 60-mo. 45-days to first payment. $258.46 per mo. x 60-mo. 30-days to first payment. $236.33 per mo. x 72-mo. 45 days to first payment. $234.41 per mo. x 72-mo. 30 days to first payment. All payments based on 21% interest.
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  • I'm a 31 year old single mother who has no degree. I had a bad breakup with the father of my child years ago and ended up working at a convenient store. I know for certain had I gone to school fresh out of high school, I would have ended up doing more with my life. Anyway, I've gone off and on to school and have a crapload of loans I owe because I've taken out the max to live on. I have a little over forty credits to show for it. I have enrolled in an LPN program that starts in August but more and more I am thinking that being a nurse will be to stressful and depressing for me. I don't know if humans are meant to see other humans in that condition day in and day out. Not to mention having to rush patient care due to lack of nurses. Anyway, I was thinking about getting a cosmetology degree but I feel like perhaps this isn't enough to feel fulfilled let alone allow my eleven year old son to feel proud of me. But I also feel like it is a light hearted enough career.
  • Also, I don't know if I'll ever end up making a decent living with this career. I see on salary.com that they start out around twenty thousand a year but I'm not sure if that includes tips. My final concern with this career is that I feel like perhaps I should have some sort of natural talent for this which I really don't. I can barely draw a straight line. I'm just hoping that training is all I will need.
  • Have you thought about becoming an LPN, doing that for a couple of years and then seeing about becoming an instructor? My aunt was a nurse but it was too hard for her so stand for such long periods of time, so she became an instructor (not really sure of the requirements of that). I think your son will be proud of you no matter what you do. I'm sure seeing you happy will make him happy. I have some friends who are hair dressers, but they just do it on the side because they aren't able to make enough (they are in Oklahoma, so I'm sure that has something to do with it). Maybe if you were a nurse in obsetrics that would be less depressing for you. Just make sure whatever you do makes you happy!
  • do u have a diploma?? well if u do or u dont, u can look for schools that affer 6-10 month programs for medical assistant, medical billing, or go to beauty school...makeup artist make good money...so if u like cosmetology it shouldnt be aproblem..just look for as many oppurtunities as possible but make sure they are not online scams..ask around from people around you also..remember everything will be hard at first...if u live in california there is a great school called marinellos beauty school that can get u the best jobs in makeup...ther is also a college called FIDM its for fashion design and merchandising which can get u great paying jobs and u can even be working for celebrities..u will graduate in 2 years with an associates degree
  • Don't be an LPN. That job is pretty much gone because hospitals/doctors offices need REAL trained nurses. LPNs are like a nurses assistant. It will be hard to find a job in such a declining position. What about medical assistant?
  • i think of surprisingly a lot. I form of think of extra so for Muslim and Jewish people, becuase their religions look to imply a lot extra. a lot of people call themselves Christian, yet havn't been to church because they have been infants. i understand this might ensue with Muslims and Jews yet perhaps simply by fact I stay in a often Christian and Catholic united states, I be conscious that extra. i think of definately once you're infants, you suspect interior the way of questioning you have been taught. As you strengthen up in spite of the shown fact that, you start to question what you have been advised.
  • i bet you can find some other career that you will actually like....there are so many beauticians and that will be a competing job how about dental assistant i know you dont' go to school for a long time...but i bet you can find something that you really like and will make your son proud but i have a feeling he will feel proud in whatever you do
  • Last year at this time my wife, 2 year old daughter, and I lived in a house that we were upside down on. We had a large payment and I had a job that didn't really pay well. She just found out she was pregnant with our 2nd child due in June. I worked full-time and went to school full-time on my way to getting an associated degree. She was a homemaker. We were struggling and had very little direction. Sometime in November, I came up with the idea of us selling all of our stuff, quitting my job, and moving away to school at a major university. At first it sounded crazy and impossible. I began selling our stuff and put our house up for sale. By Janurary we were down to one car and paying off some debt. In February, we moved in to my wife's Grandparents house in order to save money while we waited for our house to sell. After several months, still no luck on the house. So I negotaited to give it back to the bank, and not have it affect my credit. I know that sounds crazy, but it happened. I was just recently accepted to the university, and they have housing on campus where parents can live with their children. My wife and I will both be going full-time, mostly paid by financial assistance, and some by student loans. We won't have jobs for quite a while either. It will be great to not have the stress of a job for a while, and just get to focus on my family and school. So much has changed for us in the past year, I have to thank God for all of that. Would you be scared to up and sell everything, quit your job, and go back to school with two kids? If your not happy with your life, why don't you do something different? If you don't act now, you never will! Good luck and God bless BTW : I'm 26, my wife is 25, my kids are 3 years and 4 mo. When we graduate we will have about $15,00 in student loans, not too bad for two BA degrees. We are getting a lot of assistance for school.
  • Yes, it does sound as though your faith in God has led you both to be very blessed... in more than one way. When we first came to Oklahoma a little over 30 years ago my husband and I both worked as a police officers at two different departments and I went to college full time. Our oldest son was 2 at that time. A couple of years later, I stopped going to school so my husband could go for a while. Six years later, we sold our house and had our dream home built. By then I had been praying for years for God to give us another baby. I remember one specific prayer where I cried to God that I knew there were people out there that didn't want the babies they were about to get and I promised Him that I would love any baby or babies He saw fit to give me. Shortly after that we found out we were pregnant with triplets. Needless to say, my career in law enforcement was over. But I've never regretted it for a moment. My triplets are now close to your age (24). One even posts on here from time to time from college. So, enjoy your blessings today, just remember to be careful what you pray for, because sometimes God gives it to you exactly like you ask for it. *LOL* God Bless
  • Praise God, you have been Truly blessed! I know only God can do something so wonderful!
  • congratulations and praise the lord! A strong faith and determination take you to where you are now.GOD BLESS YOU.
  • No, all of your good luck is your own doing. Don't let others take credit for your own achievement.
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