Bigger is not always better. When it comes to borrowing money, you want to take on as little debt as possible. Instead of going to big bank for a big loan that will takes years to pay off, maybe you should think about the big benefits that come with small personal loans.
Small Personal Loans are Faster
Let’s face it, banks make you wait. This is not an attack on the banks, just a fair assessment of the banking system. It takes time to apply, it takes time for the bank to review the paperwork, it takes time to approve, and then it takes a little additional time to actually give you the funds you need.
Small dollar borrowing is always faster. You can usually finish your application in a few minutes, and one of our loan experts will contact you within just a few moments with your approval status.
You will have your money within one business day after that!
Small Personal Loans are Easier to Repay
Before you agree to the terms of your loan and get your money, you will be sent a repayment schedule. This way you get all the information you need up front! You will know exactly how much each payment is, and when that payment is due. You don’t need worry about rising interest rates or hidden charges, because every single payment will be detailed for you in advance!
If you decide to set your own repayment schedule, you can make extra payments whenever you like. At National Small Loan there are never any prepayment penalties. You can pay off the loan in full whenever you like, and save money on APR.
Small Personal Loans Don’t Depend on Credit Score
We do not pull your credit history or call for references. These kind of loans are not as dependent on credit score as banks loans are.
The credit companies are not consulted before, during, or after your loan. Borrowing money from us will not impact your credit score at all.
Small Personal Loans are NOT Microloans
Microcredit lending has become all the rage in the last few years. Personally, we feel that microloans have made a huge impact in the lives of people all over the world, as we support them!
But we do not offer microloans, which often range from $10 to $50. We offer small personal loans, ranging from $100 to $500 for first time borrowers.