Short term loans are generally small sums of cash—between $100 and $1000 — that are made available to consumers in the event of financial emergencies in most cases regardless of their credit histories. This cash is generally available to applicants on the business day following their approval.
You are likely to be approved for a short term loan even if you have been turned down by banks and credit card companies in the past. We can successfully match more than 92% of the users who provide their information via our online form and request a match with one of our lenders. The general qualification requirements are the following:
- You must be at least 18 years of age, and you must legally work and live in the United States;
- You must have a working telephone number and email address, and you must have a bank account in your name;
- You must be employed for at least 90 consecutive days with the same employer and meet minimum income guidelines.
The total amount of money that you will be permitted to borrow depends on several factors which include your lender, the state in which you live and your unique financial situation.
In most cases, your lender will deposit the funds into your bank account on the business day following your loan approval and the receipt of your electronically signed loan agreement.
It’s possible that the lenders in our network will need to perform credit check as a part of the qualification process. In many cases your bad credit or your lack thereof will not be the major factor to influence the final decision to approve or reject your loan request. As long as you can meet the basic guidelines, there is a very good chance that you will be approved for a short term loan.
From start to finish, the entire process can take as little as one business day. First, you will fill out our short two-minute online form. Once you have submitted it, it will be forwarded throughout our network of lenders. In minutes, you will get matched with a lender from our network who can offer you a loan according to your requirements. Then, you will be forwarded with loan details to make your final decision about the offer. After you provide your electronic signature, your lender will be able to deposit the funds into your bank account on the following business day in most cases.
If this is the first time you are offered a short term loan with a particular lender, there is a chance that you may be asked to fax some information for verification such as your bank statements or paycheck stubs. If this is the case and you do not have a fax machine, you can visit your local public library or UPS store. They will fax this information for you for a small per-page fee.
The overall costs associated with obtaining a short term cash loan are ultimately determined by the lender in accordance with the regulations in the state in which you live. We will never charge you for the service provided by Ascin.com. Please, take the time to review the loan offer you receive very carefully for the rates and fees associated with your loan as well as any late fees or interest that may be charged if you fail to repay your loan on time. Lenders are required to provide this information in details. The APRs associated with short term loans are higher than those associated with other forms of credit, but since these loans are intended to be repaid quickly, they are highly competitive with the rates associated with other forms of credit, overdraft fees and bounced checks as long as they are repaid on time.
If your state regulations allow it, you may have more than one short term loan outstanding at any given point in time. However, when applying for a consecutive loan, you must disclose information about all other short term loans on the application.
The terms for repaying your loan will be listed in your loan agreement. The terms for short term loans vary based upon your lender and your individual situation. To make things simple for you, if you opt for this option while closing the loan deal, your lender will simply withdraw the amount of your loan plus any applicable fees and interest from your bank account on the repayment date. You will not have to visit a retail location or mail a check or money order. This paperless process also helps to negate the possibility that your payment will be received late. If you need an extension, you should contact your lender. Please keep in mind that extensions on your loan will be associated with additional fees and interest.
You should always contact your lender as soon as you are aware that your payment will be late in order to avoid potentially huge charges. States typically regulate the maximum amounts that lenders can charge in the form of late fees, so be sure to compare these maximums with any late payment fees you are quoted by your lender.
Lenders can use any method that is legally available to them to collect your debt if you fail to repay your loan. While they may turn you into collection agencies, most stick to in-house collection methods. Our lenders will never press criminal charges against you due to your failure to repay. If you are unable to repay your loan, you should inform your lender as soon as possible to minimize damage and avoid overwhelming fees.
Although it is free to request a match with a lender who provides short term loans through Ascin.com, and you can submit your information via our online form as many times as you would like, we ask that you wait 72 hours between consecutive applications. If you have any outstanding loans at the time you need to take another loan, you are required to disclose this information to your potential lender.
Most of the lenders in our network will offer you an extension on your loan if you are unable to repay it according to the original agreement. The number of extensions that are available to you is determined by the state in which you live as well as your individual lender. Please, keep in mind that these extensions are associated with higher fees and interest, as well.
Any questions that are directly related to a loan or an offer for credit should be discussed with the lender who provided the loan or offer. You will be provided with the lender’s contact information while communicating on your loan terms and have all the details in your loan agreement if you decide to close the deal.