Lenduploan is not a lender and does not provide lending services directly to consumers. Lenduploan connects you to multi-lender with quickly and conveniently. The lender will be set rates and fees applicable to your loan.
The Truth in Lending Act requires full disclosure of all loan fees and interest rates. Your lender should disclose all fees and rates to you before you affirm your loan. If you accept the loan terms, most lenders will direct you to an e-signature page to complete the loan process. Please take the time to read your loan agreement before accepting and signing it.
Lenders may have different policies regarding late payments. Review the late payment policy detailed in your loan agreement before signing. All lenders must abide by applicable laws, rules, and regulations regarding late payment fees. Select your state from the list below to review the laws and regulations governing late payments by a particular state abide.
Additional fees or charges may apply if you are unable to repay your loan. silvercashfinance.com tries to work with reputable lenders dedicated to using lawful, fair, and reasonable means to pursue collections of overdue accounts. Find your state in the list down below to review the legal repercussions applicable to you in the case of non-payment.
Loan renewal policies are largely governed by state law. In states where rollovers are allowed, additional interest and late fees can add substantial to your final loan amount, so these should be avoided whenever possible. Find your state’s laws and regulations governing rollovers and extensions from the list below. Read the lender’s terms in considering renewal options before signing the loan agreement.
The APR associated with your loan is the annual percentage rate, or the amount of interest that you would pay on your total loan amount over a year. The APRs for short term cash loans may range from 200% to 861% depending on how the APR is calculated (nominal vs. effective), which is higher than other forms of consumer credit, but since these loans are designed to be repaid in a short time, consumers typically pay interest rates that are comparable with the fees for overdrafts and bounced checks. The table below is an example comparison of charges on a $100 loan that is extended for two weeks (the terms are used as an example to show you how the calculations are made).
|FProduct Type (single repayment)||Charge||APR|
|NSF + Bounced Check||$45.00||1,173.21%|
|Short Term Loan||$10.00||260.71%|