Payoff offers personal loans designed to consolidate credit card debt. It operates in all but two states and provides loans of up to $40,000. Payoff is not a bank and instead works with lending partners who originate the loans. The California-based financial wellness company reports to a parent company calledRead More →

If you want to use a personal loan to overcome a financial difficulty or consolidate your debts, you are not alone. According to research by Bankrate, the average consumer had personal loan debt of around $16,458 in 2020. Before you go ahead with borrowing the funds you need, you needRead More →

As previously announced, BigPay is now offering digital personal loans with the aim of empowering the unbanked community. BigPay is a Capital A-invested digital finance platform that started as an e-wallet with a physical prepaid card. At present, they have 1.2 million transaction card users and they saw 2x year-over-yearRead More →

Americans’ credit scores have improved markedly over the past year, especially for people paying off student loan debt. Credit scores have risen, largely thanks to government interventions to keep households afloat financially during the pandemic, according to a report from the New York Federal Reserve released on Tuesday on Americans’Read More →

Here’s a breakdown of payday loan demographics by parental status. Parents are more likely to take out payday loans than non-parents. Parental status Percentage having used a personal loan non-relative 5% relative 8% payday loans in america The rates and terms of payday loans can vary widely by state. SomeRead More →

No credit check loans are loans where the lender does not check the borrower’s credit before approving and lending loans. These types of loans can be tempting if your credit is poor and you don’t qualify for other products. However, no credit check loans can be risky and are generallyRead More →

Providing fast, fair, and personalized personal loans is Plenti’s goal, and five-star reviews are their game. Founded in 2014, Plenti (formerly known as RateSettler) is Australia’s first consumer lending platform that enables ordinary Australians to invest directly in consumer loans. Committed to helping clients bring their big ideas to life,Read More →

The peer-to-peer consumer credit market has seen upheaval over the past 18 months or so with a number of exits and new entrants. RateSetter exited the space following its acquisition by Metro Bank. And in late 2019, Leap Lending was launched while this year Connective Lending and Plend both joinedRead More →

Personal loans are a blessing in times of emergency, financial crisis, or any medical need. This is one of the best options for getting funds without much hassle, especially with a lower interest rate than other instant credit options like a credit card. With banks and non-bank finance companies (NBFCs)Read More →