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Hi there, I’m Lucas. I’m here to help you find your loan. Let me know how much you're looking to borrow and we'll get started with your request
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How it works

It’s as easy as one, two, three... four

Step 01’s easy-bake two minute form

You only need to answer a few basic questions about your identity, employment and income. Our simple form makes for fast, secure and easy processing. In just a few minutes if approved, you’ll be ready to review your offer.
Step 02

We'll search for a loan for you

Grab yourself a coffee, while we shake the money tree for you. In a couple of minutes we’ll search for a loan from our network of lenders. If you are accepted by a lender, you’ll be forwarded to their acceptance page.
Step 03

Review the terms and sign an agreement

Carefully review the terms and conditions of the offer. An E-Sign page will be presented by the lender to complete the process. If you do not like the terms of the loan, you are under no obligation to accept.
Step 04

Receive the funds to your account and start spending

After you sign your agreement your funds will be transferred to your account usually within 24-48 hours depending on the conditions of the loan agreement. Remember to use any loan responsibly.


The annual percentage rate associated with an extension of credit is a figure based on the total cost of a loan you receive from your lender. As you consider any offers that are made to you, be sure to assess your budgetary constraints and your ability to repay. Below illustrates representative examples of loans based on a range of APRs a borrower could receive based on their creditworthiness and other factors as stipulated in your loan agreement. These should only be used for educational purposes and you should consult the TILA box in your loan agreement for real values. Please borrow responsibly:

Consider a $2,500 loan with an APR of 28% with a 12 month repayment term:
Potential Monthly Repayment: $241.26
Total Repayment: $2,895.18

Consider a $500 loan with an APR of 199% with a 3 month repayment term:
Potential Monthly Repayment: $224.76
Total Repayment: $674.28

Consider a $300 loan with an APR of 600% with a 90-day repayment term:
Potential Monthly Repayment: $270.00
Total Repayment: $810.00

Why Choose

It’s as easy as one, two, three... four

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Funds Could be Yours by Next Business Day

Our service could connect you with a lender to get you your funds as soon as possible!

All Credit Types Welcome

Our lender network allows your request to be seen by multiple lenders, which could increase your odds of acceptance.

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Frequently Asked Questions

We are here to help

What is a Personal Loan?

Personal loans are generally loans without collateral (hence the name personal). Personal loans can be used for any purpose, but common uses include debt consolidation, credit card payoffs, etc.. It may go without saying but personal loans should be used responsibly. Be sure to read the terms before accepting.

What is a Short Term Loan?

Short term loans are designed around addressing an immediate financial need or emergency. This could be an unexpected medical bill, a broken down car, etc. The loan amount range is usually up to $1,000 and the term can range from under 30 days for a payday style loan to monthly or weekly installments for an installment style loan.

Why are you collecting my SSN and Bank Details?

Our network of lenders use your SSN and bank details to help them make a decision about whether or not to extend you a loan offer. The bank details also help the lender that you are connected to know how to send money to your account. Our websites are encrypted using industry recognized encryption technology to help keep your information safe. Additionally, lenders use the SSN to help ensure the identity of the applicant is really the person they say they are.

Are you a lender?

No, we are not a lender. We work with several lenders to make up a network that can help you to find a loan. After submitting a request, if accepted, we will forward you to the lender's website where you will be able to learn more about your specific loan offer.

Important Disclaimers and Disclosures

IMPORTANT: The Operator of this website is not a lender, financial institution, loan broker or an agent of a lender or loan broker and does not make any credit decisions. You may not qualify with any lender for any loan amount, or you may qualify with a lender for an amount that is much lower than what you are seeking. This service, which connects consumers with eligible third party lenders, is free to consumers. This service does, however, receive payment from lenders for referring lead data to them. Although multiple factors dictate the order in which lenders have the opportunity to purchase a lead, the highest bidding lender will most often get the opportunity. Lenders may perform credit checks through any credit reporting bureau and may also verify the information that you provide on this form including social security number, address, phone number, employment history, bank account information etc. Information may be shared with non-lenders or other intermediary service providers (like us) to help you connect with a lender. This service works with many different kinds of lending partners, including tribal lending institutions. Federally recognized Indian tribes are independent sovereign nations and their wholly owned entities are generally not required to follow state and local laws regarding rates, fees and other loan related conditions. However, Indian tribes and their wholly owned entities are required to follow some applicable federal laws. If you are connected with a tribal entity, be sure to check their rates as they may carry higher interest rates when compared to state-licensed lenders. The Truth in Lending Act requires lenders to disclose rates, fees and other important conditions of a loan. After checking the terms, make a determination of whether or not you can afford the payments. We earnestly encourage you to reject any offer that is not within your financial means. Short-term, small-dollar loans are not a long term solution to financial hardship. You may also consider seeking professional advice regarding your financial circumstances and alternatives to loan products. Late payments of loans may result in additional fees or collection activities, or both. Each lender has its own terms and conditions. Please familiarize yourself with your lender’s policies for further information. Additionally, failure to repay your loan may carry nonpayment penalties and collection activities. Please review nonpayment terms with your lender directly. Every lender has a different renewal policy please review your particular lender’s renewal policy for more information.

State Availability: Lenders that participate in the services provided by this website do not offer loans in every state. If you are from a state that the lenders do not service, you will not be able to be connected to a lender. Our service does not constitute an offer or solicitation for any loan products that are prohibited by state law. Additionally, this is not a solicitation for any particular loan and is not a loan offer.

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