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No Job Verification No Faxing Payday Loans: Cash without Job Verification.

08th May 2008
Think when you don't have any job and you need some urgent cash then what will you do? Ok no problem; apply for No Job Verification No Faxing Payday Loans and urgent cash will be in your account. All the hassles will remove automatically and you will find... Read >
Author: Ian Frazer

Bad debt personal loans: write off your bad debts

30th April 2008
Now days, several people fall in the trap of bad debt for no fault of theirs. Earlier this would make the person less credible for availing the loan facility. But now it is not so. With bad debt person loans on offer, there is solution to this problem. Th... Read >
Author: John Tracey

What if I Can’t Afford to Keep Up My Secured Loan Payments

28th April 2008
You may be asking that question before you actually apply for a secured loan, perhaps while you're still trying to decide between secured loans and personal loans. It's exactly the sort of question you should be asking at this stage. Remember if you're be... Read >
Author: lexisclick

Lending Money to Your Corporation

01st April 2008
Starting a business takes a substantial amount of money and effort. However, there are right and wrong ways to go about lending money to your corporation. If you want to lend money to your corporation, you properly document the transaction. If you give mo... Read >
Author: Alan Olsen

How To Save My House From Foreclosure- Something Everyone Should Know

14th March 2008
There are many people who get online every day looking for ways to save my house from foreclosure. Because of the rapid rise of foreclosures happening all over the place this is one of the most commonly searched for terms online. Taking action is the o... Read >
Author: jimi

What's Wrong with Reverse Mortgages

15th February 2008
A reverse mortgage is a loan that converts home equity into tax-free cash for home owners 62 years of age and older. Much has been touted in the media and by lenders about the benefits of reverse mortgages, now here are some of the red flags. Discuss thes... Read >
Author: Steve Dahl

High Risk Bad Credit Personal Unsecured Loans: Loans without Credit Check

18th January 2008
Bad credit unsecured personal loans are a high risk loans for lenders given to people with bad credit history without keeping any security. These loans are offered to people with CCJ's, arrears, any default payment or due bills. The lender sees the presen... Read >
Author: Johnty Flemming

Police Accommodation: What Are the Problems?

05th July 2007
Nowadays there seems to be an increased demand for police mortgages, i.e. special mortgages for members of the police force. It may come as a surprise to many people to find that the police have a problem with accommodation. Those whose memories go bac... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Commercial Truck Financing Low Cost Loan for Truck Business

04th October 2006
Trucks are not any ordinary vehicles but instead play major role in boosting any country's economy as they carry heavy load of various types of goods to longer distances at low cost and in time. Truck is most useful for enhancing one's business. Because o... Read >
Author: Celeste Parker

Little Precautions will Help You in Availing Cheap Car Loans

19th August 2006
In simple terms, we can define cheap car loans as a car loan with low annual percentage rate. And, annual percentage rate is the name given to the sum of rate of interest and costs involved in the loan. In the present scenario, financial market has ab... Read >
Author: Christopher Dean

The 5C's of Finance: Business Loans

02nd August 2006
The 5 C's of Finance: Business Loans When you go to a bank or financial lending institution there are 5 key things they will take into consideration before approving a loan. These "5 Cs" apply to both personal and business loans. Since the bank or lendin... Read >
Author: Paul Allen

APR, AER and EAR are terms used in financial advertising. What do they mean?

27th January 2006
Have you ever scanned the acres of financial advertising and wondered what APR, AER and EAR really mean? You'll invariably find one or another of these terms in every advertisement for a lending or savings product. Well you're certainly not alone. The... Read >
Author: michael challiner
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