Payday.org Promotes New Educational Content

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Updated Lending Site Promotes Consumer Awareness

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Payday.org is committed to ensuring borrowers are as informed about the payday lending process as possible.

Popular lending site Payday.org announces the addition of a new “How it works” section, designed to educate would-be borrowers about the payday lending process, from application, through funding and repayment. The new section is designed for easy reading and intended to be an ongoing resource for anyone interested in short-term loans.

“Payday.org is committed to ensuring borrowers are as informed about the payday lending process as possible,” said spokesperson Sean Roberts. “By adding our new ‘How it works’ section, we hope to ensure that borrowers are satisfied with their experience from start to finish.”

Visitors to the updated site will find a bevy of educational articles; each designed to educate consumers about the benefits, and even the pitfalls, of fast payday loans. Consumers will find articles covering loan fees and interest rates, top benefits and common misconceptions, online security, frequently asked questions and Payday.org’s vast network of reputable lenders.

Committed to simplifying the payday lending process and providing consumers with insightful, expertly written and comprehensive articles about the payday lending industry, Payday.org provides its online loan application and educational materials at no cost. And there’s never any pressure to complete a payday loan application. In fact, people who visit the site can do so without ever having to create an account.

Payday.org knows knowledge is power and the negotiation process only works if both parties are fully informed. Consumers receive quotes from lenders early on, and are given free reign to accept a loan offer or move on to another one. The power is always in the consumers’ hands, and there’s never an obligation to submit a payday loan application or accept a quote. In fact, consumers are encouraged to only accept a loan offer that fully meets their financial needs and budget.

Payday.org is not a lender; instead, the company specializes in connecting borrowers in need of short-term funding with reputable lenders who are willing to work with less than optimal credit. Pre-approval through the company’s online application requires only basic contact information, monthly income, and proof of citizenship or legal residency.

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