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Don't bother trying multiple websites – BRiLOANS.com is a free service designed to match you with a lender for your loan. Submitting an application is free, and you will be matched with a lender based on the information you submit. Once a lender approves your application, your cash will be electronically deposited into your bank account.

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Have you been called by someone claiming you have defaulted on a loan and will face criminal prosecution unless you immediately wire them the money? It is probably a scam.

Have you been called by someone claiming you have been pre-approved for a loan and all you have to do is send $150-300 for a processing fee? It is a scam.

If you receive a suspicious telephone call:

  • Ask the caller to provide their name, company name, address, phone number, and official documentation verifying the debt.
  • Don’t provide or confirm any bank account, credit card, social security number or other personal information over the phone.
  • Please report suspicious calls to our Customer Support.

Tips to avoid becoming a victim of this scam:

  • Never give your Social Security number - or personal information of any kind—over the telephone or online unless you initiate the contact.
  • Be suspicious of any e-mail with urgent requests for personal financial information. The e-mail may include upsetting or exciting but false statements to get you to react immediately.
  • Avoid filling out forms in e-mail messages that request personal information.
  • Ensure that your browser is up-to-date and security patches have been applied.
  • Check your bank, credit, and debit card statements regularly to make sure that there are no unauthorized transactions. If anything looks suspicious, contact your bank and all card issuers.

If you are looking for a loan, it’s extremely important that you be aware of the terms and conditions of your loan and specifically, APR percentage, repayment terms and the total repayable amount owed at the end of the loan duration.

Only borrow an amount that you feel confident in paying back in a timely manner, and understand that a short-term loan is not a long-term solution for extensive requirements of capital or major investments.

It’s also important to remember that you are under No Obligation to proceed and ultimately accept your loan offer once your application is submitted. Only once you’ve reviewed the terms and accepted the offer will the loan agreement be finalized.

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Many people are living paycheck to paycheck and are worried about overdue bills and debt collectors. Not knowing how to develop a good budget leads some to consider using a credit counselor. Consumer credit counseling agencies are nonprofits that will help you find a workable solution to financial problems.

Reputable agencies provide money management advice, help you prepare a budget and offer free educational workshops and resources. Good counselors are certified and provide money and debt management specialists for you to use. The initial counseling session can last at least an hour with follow-up sessions scheduled if necessary. The counselor discusses your financial situation and develops a personalized plan. Depending on the amount of your debt the counselor might recommend a debt management plan where you make monthly payments to the agency and they pay your creditors. The counselor will negotiate late fees, lower interest rates, and term extensions with your creditors.

How to Select a Consumer Credit Counseling Agency

Consider it a red flag if a credit counseling agency does not send free information about the organization prior to requesting details about your situation. Check the Better Business Bureau, the local consumer protection agency, and with the National Foundation for Credit Counseling about the legitimacy of a list of potential counseling agencies. These organizations can identify any that have had consumer complaints. However, not having a complaint is no guarantee that they are legitimate.

If you decide to use credit counseling services, read the contract agreement before you sign. The contract should disclose fee or contribution amounts; a description of services; an estimated payoff schedule; termination provisions; and, the dispute resolution process.

The desire for financial freedom is something many people share. If you decide to work with a consumer credit counseling agency, make sure their goals match yours and you are not tied to a scam that can put you into a bigger financial hole.

Whenever you sign a short term loan agreement, you agree upon a payment schedule. This dictates how often you will make payments and how long it will take to repay your loan. Sticking to that schedule will get your loan repaid on time, but what if you chose to pay it off sooner rather than later?

You might be asking, ‘Why should I repay my loan ahead of schedule?’ One reason is to save money because you will pay less interest on the loan. Another reason to pay it off early is that you won’t have stress of having an unpaid debt.

Since your finances may already be stretched thin, you might think you can pay your loan off early’ but even if money is tight, there still might be ways for you to pay off your short term loan faster. Below are some suggestions:

  • Limit unnecessary spending – Also called ‘discretionary spending’, this represents the money that you choose to spend on the things that you want. To pay off your loan faster, you can purposely limit discretionary spending.
  • Get rid of ‘luxury’ expenses – Temporarily cancel some luxury expense and use that money towards repaying your loan faster.
  • Prioritize your loan – The first money that you should spend when you get paid should go towards repaying your loan. Make your loan payment your priority before spending money elsewhere.

Your lender won’t penalize you for paying more than the agreed upon amount or for paying off your loan early. By following these suggestions, you can redirect your money towards repaying your loan and get out of debt faster.

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Loans from third party lenders (also referred to as Short-term Loans, Payday Loans, Cash Advances, Fast Cash Loans, Online Loans, Quick Cash, Fast Cash, etc.) are meant to provide short-term relief for temporary financial needs and are not intended as long term financial solutions. Consumers who have credit problems or who are facing debt should seek professional debt and credit counseling. We strongly encourage you to completely read and review any and all loan agreements as you are fully responsible for abiding by the terms of your loan agreement. By accepting the terms and conditions for a particular loan offer, you are agreeing to repay the loan principal and finance charges according to the time frame detailed in the documents provided to you by your lender.
The operator of this website is NOT a lender, does not make offers for loans, and does not broker online loans to lenders. This website is not a representative or agent of any lender and does not make credit decisions. The operator of this website does NOT guarantee approval for short term loans. Submission of loan requests to this website does not guarantee offers for cash advances. BRiLOANS.com's service is not available in all states. We reserve the right to change the availability of these offers and services at any time without notice. Please fully read and understand the terms of any loan offered by any lender and do not agree to any loan offer that includes terms that are not agreeable to you, or that you are unable to repay. Please contact your lender directly with questions or issues regarding your loan.
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