Payday.net Delivers New Educational Payday Loan Article

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Site Continues Program of Informing and Educating Prospective Borrowers

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We set up the site as a one-stop source for payday lending, and to make the site as useful as possible, have gradually added a wide-ranging selection of expertly written educational articles.

Payday.net is pleased to announce that it is introducing a new educational article entitled “Why Choose Us.” The article covers a wide variety of topics, including Payday.net’s simple and quick application process, lender competition, information security, and the various reasons why consumers should choose the site over numerous competitors. The new article is just one of several informational pieces accessible from the site’s homepage.

“We designed Payday.net with our customers in mind,” says Payday.net spokesperson Randolph Fern. “We set up the site as a one-stop source for payday lending, and to make the site as useful as possible, have gradually added a wide-ranging selection of expertly written educational articles. Each article contains information pertinent to payday lending and offers facts that consumers can use to make sound and wise financial decisions regarding their future. All of this is part of our mission to provide excellent customer service and offer cutting-edge tools for loan borrowers.”

The site’s informational resources are designed to help consumers get as much information about bad credit payday loans as they can before proceeding with a loan application. Payday loans are small, short-term, unsecured loans primarily intended for emergency use, and they represent a practical way for an individual to resolve an impending debt or a looming financial crisis. Ideal for consumers with less-than-stellar credit histories, these loans are available in amounts ranging from $100 to $1,500.

One of the things that the newly posted article discusses is the set of simple requirements that prospective loan borrowers must meet to be eligible for a loan. Among these requirements are that applicants must be age 18 or older, be currently employed with at least 90 days of employment, earn $1,000 per month in income after taxes, be a U.S. citizen or legal resident, have a checking account in their name, and have a valid email address and valid home and work phone numbers.

The other resources posted on the site cover a variety of topics related to payday loans and the lending process. These topics include possible uses for payday loans, loan repayment, rates and fees, and federal and state lending regulations. All of the articles are available to visitors absolutely free of charge, and individuals can peruse the articles without being required to initiate a loan application or commit themselves in any way.

The new article added to Payday.net helps the site maintain its reputation as a premier provider of customer service in the world of payday loans.

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