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Please note that our website is not offering to lend. Our brand is neither a lender nor a lending partner and plays no role in the credit and loan decision-making processes. simply connects potential customers with lenders or lending partners that are part of its network of approved lending partners and lenders. has no control over and takes no responsibility for any neither actions nor inactions of lending partners or lenders. is neither an agent, representative, nor a broker of lenders or lending partners, and never endorses lenders or lending partners. Please note that does receive a commission from lending partners and lenders. This commission is based on the ping-tree model which works similarly like Google AdWords, meaning the potential customer is connected to the highest suitable bidder. All services are always free to its consumers. In some instances, consumers may be offered the opportunity to apply for a loan from tribal lenders. Such lenders are immune from usury caps and some other state laws, whereas some federal laws and tribal laws apply to them. That said, you should remember that tribal lenders may have higher fees and rates in comparison to state lenders. Moreover, in case of a dispute, tribal lenders often require that the resolution takes place in their own tribal jurisdiction. So, before accepting any loan terms offered by lenders, both state or tribal, you are advised to read and understand them. Also, you should always reject loans that you are unable to repay or loans with terms unacceptable to you.
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Late and Missed Payments Damage Your Credit History
Please remember that both missing payments and late payments can damage your credit history. So, you should always accept loans that you are able to repay in time because that’s the best way to protect your credit score. In case you are unable to cover payments within their due time, make sure to get in touch with your lender or lending partner as soon as possible to discuss your best way of handling the situation.