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The loan process for 100DayLoans is a very simple and straight forward process when applying for a payday loan. On the main page, you will fill out basic information such as name, zip code, e-mail and then choose from the drop-down list to choose the amount you want to borrow. The next page has just three easy steps. Step one requests address, phone number, date of birth, Social Security number and driver's license information. Step two asks for your employment information such as employer’s name, employer’s contact number, how long you have been employed there, how often you are paid, when your next payday is, how much you make each month and if you get paid with an actual check or direct deposit. The last step asks you for bank account information including how long you have been with the bank, bank routing number, bank account number, bank name and phone number and the type of account such as checking or savings. Finally, just click the submit button and within a few seconds your payday loan application will be processed. And you will know whether you have been approved for a payday loan.

One thing that is real nice about  100DayLoans is that in most cases no faxing required. Most payday lenders out there require faxed documentation to get approved for a payday loan. However many people out there today don't have access to a fax machine.

100DayLoans Features:

  • $250 to $1,000 is the normal payday loan range.
  • Loan fees based on borrower requirements
  • Loan due date is based on your next payday.
  • No Faxing required in most cases.
  • Money in your account the next business day with most lenders.
  • Approval received within seconds.
  • When application submitted a search engine searches over 122 payday loan lenders to find the best possible loan.

States Available:

  • All States Except (Georgia, Arizona, Oregon, North Dakota and West Virginia)

100DayLoans Requirements:

  • Must be at least 18 years old
  • Earn a $1000 dollars a month.
  • Have a vaild Social Security Number.
  • No bounced checks on your checking account.

100DayLoans Payments:

  • Borrowers have 8 to 25 days to pay off there loan depending on when they get paid next.
  • Loan pay off balance will include interest and fees.
  • Some of the lenders offer payment plans for additional fees.

100DayLoans Customer Support:

  • There is no customer service on the website.
  • You will receive an email from your lender 2 days before loan is due.
  • You will receive an email that you have been approved and the next steps to accept your loan.

Ready to Apply : Apply Now for a payday loan with 100DayLoans.


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