Short-term loans are short-term credit solutions with small amounts intended for temporary financial difficulties only that can quickly become a pricey alternative.www.johnthomasfinancial.com does not offer loans or make credit decisions, and it is free to use. This website only provides a matching service between users and lenders or third parties; it connects people who need loans with businesses that can provide them. There are no fees associated with using this site, and users are under no obligation to accept loan offers they receive through the site. The website presents all data on short-term loan products and the industry for informational purposes only. Johnthomasfinancial.com does not represent or endorse any particular lender, and we are not responsible for the actions or inactions of any lender. We also do not collect, store, or access information regarding the fees and charges associated with loans from lenders in our network. Short-term loans may not be available in all states, and not all lenders in our network can provide loans up to $1,000. There is no guarantee that any lender will approve the use of this website or that any loan product will be matched with a lender. Additionally, there is no guarantee that you will receive a short-term loan offer on the terms requested in the online form. In order to assess your creditworthiness and decide which products are best suited for you, the lender may need tocheck your credit score via one or more credit bureaus. To protect both the lenders and the applicant, extensive verifications will be performed. These may include, but are not limited to social security number, driver license number, national ID or other identification documents. The terms and scopes of loan products can differ greatly from lender to lender because they often depend on numerous factors specific to each individual case including state of residence and credit standing of the applicant.
APR (Annual Percentage Rate) is the rate of interest you’ll pay on a loan if you borrow it for an entire year. Our website doesn’t offer loans directly, so we unfortunately can’t provide the APR that any specific lender charges. The interest rates offered by lenders can vary significantly, depending on numerous factors such as where you live and your credit score. In addition, there may be other fees associated with the loan offer, including but not limited to origination fees, late payment charges and penalties. Lenders may also take non-financial actions such as reporting late payments or taking debt collection action. The following financial and non-financial actions are not affiliated with www.johnthomasfinancial.com, and we have no information regarding what lenders may do in these situations. All charges and actions taken should be disclosed to the borrower in a clear and transparent manner within their loan agreement. The APR is the total cost of a product divided by the number of years it will last. It’s not a financial penalty for a short-term item.
Late Payment Implications
If you think you might miss a payment or will be late, call your lender as soon as possible. They may charge late fees and penalties, which vary by state. All the procedures and costs associated with late payments are explained in the loan agreement, so read it carefully before signing any paperwork.
In cases of non-payment or missed payments, financial and non-financial penalties may be implied. The terms of renewal should be disclosed in the loan agreement. Additional measures undertaken as a result of non-payment, such as renewals, must be stated explicitly with consent. Each loan agreement should contain its own terms for renewal. Renewal costs and fees may be imposed additional circumstances.