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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%

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1906 SE Washington Blvd., Bartlesville, OK 74006

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4636 S Pennsylvania Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK 73119

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1474 N Main Street, Altus, OK 73521

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2401 12th Avenue Northwest, Ardmore, OK 73401

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852 Garth Brooks Boulevard, Yukon, OK 73099

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  • So basic info on what DACA is, basically a 2 year work permit that is renewable every year, i am not a citizen nor a resident, but have a valid social security number that states valid for work only. There is plenty of info online if more info is needed. So basically I've been turned down by one thing or the other. I have great credit 730 i believe, no debts, good paying job and a good down payment. The two reasons ive been turned down not both reasons at the same time its either one or the other, for a loan the first my work permit, according to the bank two year work permit is not enough to qualify even though its renewable every two years. The second reason I was turned down was because i am currently employed by a staffing company but working to become permanent at a stable job at Seagate technology as a technical support technician. I am currently in Oklahoma city, ok and would like to know if this is even possible to get a FHA loan in my situation? or what other loans are available for someone like me? Any info would be greatly appreciated.
  • So pascal the gabler, the bank that i last talked to told me that so long as i had been working in the same job for a while and not jumping from job to job in the staffing and provided a letter from the contractor employer saying how stable and how likely is it for me to become permanent, it should not be a problem. And regarding the work permit I think it's weird that many back approve loans to undocumented people with only ITIN numbers and not qualify someone who actually has a SS and a work permit! At least i would think the chances of me getting my permit taken away are far less than an immigrant getting deported
  • You wont' qualify because your employment could end at any time. At any time you could not be renewed and be unable to stay in the country, let alone pay the loan. Add in that you are a temp and you will never qualify. Understand the massive risk you are to the lender. You wont' get an FHA or any other type of loan most likely.
  • For Credit and finance solutions I always visit this site where you can find all the solutions. http://INSURANCEANDFINANCETIPS.INFO/inde... RE :FHA loan for a "DACA" is it possible with valid SS? So basic info on what DACA is, basically a 2 year work permit that is renewable every year, i am not a citizen nor a resident, but have a valid social security number that states valid for work only. There is plenty of info online if more info is needed. So basically I've been turned down by one thing or the other. I have great credit 730 i believe, no debts, good paying job and a good down payment. The two reasons ive been turned down not both reasons at the same time its either one or the other, for a loan the first my work permit, according to the bank two year work permit is not enough to qualify even though its renewable every two years. The second reason I was turned down was because i am currently employed by a staffing company but working to become permanent at a stable job at Seagate technology as a technical support technician. I am currently in Oklahoma city, ok and would like to know if this is even possible to get a FHA loan in my situation? or what other loans are available for someone like me? Any info would be greatly appreciated. Update: So pascal the gabler, the bank that i last talked to told me that so long as i had been working in the same job for a while and not jumping from job to job in the staffing and provided a letter from the contractor employer saying how stable and how likely is it for me to become permanent, it should not be a problem. And regarding the work permit I think it's weird that many back approve loans to undocumented people with only ITIN numbers and not qualify someone who actually has a SS and a work permit! At least i would think the chances of me getting my permit taken away are far less than an immigrant getting deported Follow 1 answer
  • My mortgage company is telling me that I don't qualify for a lower interest rate simply because the property I want to buy is below a certain threshold. I live in Oklahoma City which is well known for low home costs and am looking at buying a very nice condo for $65,000. Just because it is under $75,000 my interest rate is going up .75% Does that sound right? Its hardly fair. If I lived somewhere else of course I would be asking for more than 75k, but here, I don't need to.
  • I realize that this may not make sense to you, but to a bank, it has to be worth their while to carry the loan or be able to sell it to an investor. 3/4 of a percent more of interest does seem high, but shop around, you might get it for 1/2% instead. Good luck
  • Hello, I'm Mrs Sonita Brooks from Oklahoma City, Clarkson Investment Company are the only legitimate Company that Offers good Loan I will Advice everyone in need of LOAN to Contact CLARKSON INVESTMENT COMPANY, That is were i got my LOAN from and right now i have my own Business, You can contact them at clarkson@clarkson-investment.co.cc Regards Mrs Sonita Brooks
  • So have I. The Rebublicans love giving tax breaks and huge, totally unnecessary subsidies to Big Oil companies. Those subsides WERE necessary, but that was more than 20 years ago, after the Big Oil Bust started when the Penn Square Bank in Oklahoma City declared bankruptcy on July 2, 1982. Penn Square had overextended itself by making loans to oil companies of ALL sizes with nothing, no collateral, to back those loans with. Sound familiar? Big Bubble in housing market with mortgages with no collateral behind them? Mortgages are 30 year loans.
  • Interesting. Have you looked at yours lately? As far as which party is "for the rich", I would say no party in particular. However the Democrat Party, which is really the Socialist Party nowadays, are particularly hostile towards them, and more specifically the free market.. It's sad because such an ideology punishes success, hard work, innovation, and excellence. The free market under our constitutional republic has boosted the standard of living for every more dramatically than any other time in human history. Think about that one for a moment.
  • Politicians are for the rich. They look out for the people who finance their election bids.
  • Generally the Republican party. However, Democrats have their hands out too.
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  • Most rich people, and most of Hollywood are Democrats. Clearly it's the Democratic Party.
  • Both...
  • I just graduated college, and I did it in 2.5 years with a B.A. in English. Obviously, we are in a recession and jobs are scarce, but I think my current situation is ridiculous. I moved to Oklahoma to live with my grandmother, and have been searching for jobs. Literally, any job I remotely qualify for, I have applied for. Banks, Assistants, Sales, etc. In fact, the only interviews I have gotten are for the positions I DON'T qualify for and only got because the hiring manager thought it was bold of me to apply anyways and was impressed by my resume. But alas, still no job offers. Now, obviously Oklahoma is not the hub of educated people. Most jobs here are labor and blue collar jobs because there aren't too many educated people or industries here to demand college educated workers. Also, I realize that I have a degree that, while it has taught me a lot of great skills, does not have a specific job market. I also recognize that it's a recession and jobs are scarce. I just can't help but get depressed that every job here pays less than $12 an hour/ 25k a year for something that salary.com says should be paying 45k and still they expect college educated people with tons of experience to apply. I want a new car (a cheap little Nissan Versa, it's not like I'm wanting to buy a Mercedes) and I want to be able to pay my grandma rent and eventually get my own place and my own life. It's impossible to do that on $12 an hour and not be paycheck to paycheck. I am willing to work 80 hours a week and put a cot in my office! I am willing to start at the bottom, and to learn an industry and claw my way up. I don't expect TONS of money at first. But am I expecting too much by thinking it is reasonable to get paid 35-40k a year with a college degree from a respected university if I am willing to do the job 110%? The lack of QUANTITY of jobs I understand, but the lack of TYPES of jobs is what is frustrating. Looking at Oklahoma job sites like jobsok.com, about 33% of the jobs are for truckers, 33% for nurses, and 33% for mechanics. The other 1% is filled with scams and jobs that companies are paying WAY too low of a salary.
  • Okay CaliGirl, tell me this: What was the point of me going to college if I was going to owe the government $500 a month for the next 10 years and only get paid $10 an hour... After taxes, social security, and medicare that comes to a wopping $1200 a month. Meaning after my student loans I will have $700 a month to pay for rent, utilities, a car payment, insurance, gas, and food.... that wouldn't even cover half. So if you're going to tell me I'm expecting too much, please explain why that is, because I don't see how I am asking too much. It's not like I'm not willing to do the work. I will lick toilets clean if it gives me a paycheck.
  • vcmg has given a well-written response, but it's not accurate into today's job market. You are going through what I've gone through for basically the past almost 8 years now, since I graduated from college in 2003 and then again when I left graduate school in 2008. Two of the best schools in the nation. I got a psychology degree, minored in English...followed my intellectual interests and ended up changing career field interests while in school. The problem with vcmg's post that I've found is what you get your degree in is almost completely irrelevant nowadays. I am not looking at Oklahoma job ads, but I have looked at ads in a lot of other cities and the common thing I've found since 2002-2003 is that only sometimes employers care about a college degree...and 98% of the time when they do, they care about it in CONJUNCTION with work experience. Whether you're in OK or not, I think you would run into this problem while searching for a job, especially one that pays more than $25000 a year. As far as a lack of types of jobs where you are, I mean...that has nothing to do with your educational background or anything other than your environment. It's not like that everywhere. But it is the case everywhere that you'd still have to settle for less money than you probably thought you'd make out of school with a degree if you have limited work experience in fields you're applying for jobs in. Even if an ad doesn't say it, to most employers, if you don't have at least a year of experience doing that exact same job then you're not qualified. Basically, degrees are not valued as much as you think they should be anymore. I have been angry about this, discussed it with friends who are also angry about it...all of us are in debt because of education...I have moved on and accepted it, in the sense that I sucked it up and took a low-paying job and found a way to make things work for myself off that low salary. I had to live with my parents to start out--both times I graduated from school, I had to move in with my parents--and most of my paychecks every single month were going towards paying student loans. I'm sorry, but you are not going to be able to help your grandmother--right now, you need someone to help YOU. This is why I now tell people who have to take loans out to attend college just don't bother even going. Truth is, you would have been better off going straight from high school to McDonalds. I have two older sisters who translated years working their way up the ranks at McDs into valuable customer service and management experience that other employers hired them because of, and both of my sisters have better jobs making better money than I do with far less impressive educational backgrounds. They did not have to bother with student loans or living at home with their parents in their late 20s like I have. I know what you mean about crappy jobs, though--I lived in Tennessee and had that experience. I managed to get a job in a hotel working front desk, making $8/hr to start--dead serious. I did a great job and within about 6-8 months the owner was actually wanting me to be a manager and run the hotel, which I turned down, but I got a raise. I knew if I were ever going to be able to get a REAL job and make real money, I just flatout would have to move to a major city, preferably one that cared a little more about college degrees...and I seriously considered New York City and Chicago. I chose Chicago, which is where I live now, because I could live with a family member who was willing to help ME until I got a job. Using great references and the customer service skills I gained working at the hotel, I had a lot better luck applying for jobs and being offered more attractive salaries. Take what you will from that story, but, honestly, if OK is as bad as you say it is, moving probably is in your best interest, as well.
  • This is a tough situation. English degrees are notorious for being of limited usefulness in finding entry level employment. This is because English graduates, while obviously intelligent, lack specific skills that transfer to a job. Add to this already difficult predicament the fact that we are in a significant hiring slump and you have a double whammy. Your selling point as an English major is that you know how to communicate. Use this to your advantage. Look for work that stresses written or verbal communication. You also want to stress your ability to learn quickly. You may have to open up your geographical search. While I appreciate your desire to live with your grandma, you may have to go elsewhere to work. She will understand. Your career is just starting and she will want you to get off to a good start. Contact the placement office at your university to see if they can help. They can give you guidance on salaries for your major from your school. Most importantly, do not get down on yourself. Every "no" puts you one step closer to that all important "yes." You sound like an intelligent, hard working person with a lot of youthful energy. Use it!
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