Monday, July 31, 2006

Payday Loan or Not Payday Loan

Financial companies offering payday loan is surrounding us. More and more companies offer payday loan as an additional service or even a main service. It might be quite tempting to take a payday loan or two. However, the fee of $30 - $50 might also scare some people off. So, how to decide whether you should take payday loan or not? This short guide will show you the answer.

Although the fee of $30 - $50 seems big for some people, getting a payday loan might save you lots of trouble. The key question you should ask to yourself if you want to take payday loan is “Will the financial lost of not taking a payday loan is greater than the payday loan fee?”

Here is a checklist that will help you consider taking a payday loan:

- If the cost of not taking a payday loan is greater than the interest of a payday loan, it would be better for you to take a payday loan.
- If you can have a short term loan from your bank, you would be better with your bank short term loan because normally, although not always, the interest would be smaller.
- If not taking a payday loan will hurt your credit rating, you would be better take a payday loan. Remember, good credit rating is hard to establish and bad credit rating can happen overnight.
- If you have a dire situation, for example emergency medical bills, you would be better take a payday loan. Remember that health always comes first than wealth.
- If not taking a payday loan will hurt you in long term, something more serious than the interest of a payday loan, you would be better take a payday loan.
- If you are faced with “an offer of a lifetime”, you should consider this deeply. Take necessary time to analyze the situation. Mostly it is just another marketing technique and you will have another “an offer of a lifetime” in the near future from the competitors or even from the merchant itself.

There they are, a quick checklist to help you determine whether you should take a payday loan or not. The checklist is short and may not be able to answer you question. If this is your case try to remember the key question, “Will the financial lost of not taking a payday loan is greater than the payday loan fee?”

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2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

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10:54 PM  
Anonymous money center said...

Payday loans are a lot better than a return check fee or typical bank fee.

1:40 PM  

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