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Online Payday Loan Sites??

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by Atlas, Jul 21, 2008.

  1. Atlas

    Atlas Regular Member

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    I am trying to find some online loan sites. I would like to find one that will raise the amounts you can borrow after each loan is paid off. The only problem i am having is that all of my money is from online marketing and not verifiable income. Are there any sites out there that dont require you to have a "real job"
     
  2. scubaslick

    scubaslick Regular Member

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    I've never used a payday loan service so I could be talking out my ass here, but it's worth a shot. I'll call this "money l*aun^dering for honest people." :)

    Assuming you actually have income, this should work.

    You can manufacture a "real job" if you need one that badly. Get a buddy to go to the county courthouse and register a DBA for Fred's Lawn Care or some shit. Even better would be a LLC or S-Corp, but that's going a bit far for something like this probably.

    He opens a bank account and orders some business sized checks.

    Your job title: internet marketing manager. He pays you to run his online business. Coincidentally you pay him the exact same amount for taking care of your lawn (or fluffing your pillows or whatever service he "offers")

    3-4 days later the checks show up, he writes you a check, now you've got a regular job and a paycheck to prove it.

    Problems: taxes for both of you, but you didn't ask about taxes, you asked about taking your online income and making enough of it legit looking to get a paday loan.

    Hope that helps. If not, you're entitled to a full refund of your purchase price. :)
     
  3. Tom

    Tom Regular Member

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    Ask them what their definition of verifiable income is. Print out statements from the companies you deal with.

    Or heck, change all your payment types to check. Even if you get paid via paypal, ask paypal to send you a check every Friday. This shows consistent, long term, payments.
     
  4. igetmoney

    igetmoney Newbie

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    what do you need a loan for if your an internet marketer?
     
  5. Tom

    Tom Regular Member

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    What kind of question is that? An internet marketer is a job (or business) just like any other one and just like how billions of other people (and businesses) take out loans, doing a job (or business) online is no different.
     
  6. Atlas

    Atlas Regular Member

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    Exactly Tommy.

    A lot of these loan sites start out at $300 loans, but i want to work my way up to $10k+ overtime if possible. I don't need money thing for anything right now, but i want to have the option of being able to pull out money if an opportunity comes up. For example, if i had a good lead on some replica items overseas that i could buy in bulk, it would be nice to be able borrow 10k and then sell these items and profit 20k+.

    Borrowing money comes in handy, i am just trying to plan ahead.
     
  7. scubaslick

    scubaslick Regular Member

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    Then you need a personal line of credit with your bank. It's much cheaper and if you have a couple grand in cash right now you can set it up in just a few months. Deal with a smaller regional bank and go in in person to talk to your personal banker. Tell them exactly what you need and why. My little bank only has 7 branches.

    Drop a few grand into a secured account. Basically they loan you your own money and put it in an interest bearing account. Pay it back in 6 months and you've "proven" you're a good risk.

    I got a $25,000 signature line with a $4000 initial run. Paid it off, borrowed 10k. paid it off, next bump was 25k. Took me exactly a year but my interest rate is fixed at 6.75% instead of the 35% or whatever the payday loan folks charge. So basically in an emergency I could write a $25k check and pay it back at 6.75% for 24 months (I paid off the others in 6 just to get my "rep" up with the bank.)
     
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    andylewis Newbie

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    Hi There,

    Welcome to payday loans in all states of USA
     
  9. paydayuk

    paydayuk Newbie

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    it is not that there is a problem with the job, but most lenders dont accept people who are self employed as it increases their risk
     
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    jacksonkristen Newbie

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    Fill out simple online application and get best payday loans from us. Our loans are independent of bad credit for short term repayment.
     
  11. Tsmash

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    so, this thread is four years old.