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First Time Credit Card No Credit History: How To Open Credit Card If you are planning to apply for a new credit card, then your credit score must be in good shape. If not, then there will be many problems with the application process. You may have to pay higher interest rates and fees on […]

What Is a Good Credit Card Apr & How Does It Work? A good credit card APR is between 10%-15%. This means that you will be charged an annual percentage rate of about 10%-15%, which includes any fees associated with using the card. The best credit cards for balance transfers usually charge 0% intro APR […]

The Top Credit Cards for Fair Credit of March 2022 Credit Cards for Fair credit aren’t as detrimental as bad credit, but it’s still not at the standard of credit that the majority of credit issuers require to allow you to use their most competitive cards. A few basic cards may not provide rewards. The […]

What is a good credit score, and how can you improve yours? Credit scores can vary depending on various factors, including your age, where you live, and how much money you make. However, to keep a good credit score, you may follow some suggestions that will help you succeed and significantly influence your financial health […]

Credit Cards, Banks, and Travel! Hey forget a National Lampoon vacation, this will be a great trip whether you’re relaxing, taking in a little business, or both! Frankly, all you really want to know is when you’re due to get on the plane? But wait……..are you completely organized financially? Have you taken precautions? Do you […]

Balance on a Credit Card and Balance on a Statement What’s the Difference? One of our primary objectives of eCreditDaily Online is to assist consumers with credit and education on financial matters. This article may contain hyperlinks or links to our partners, but we offer an objective view to help you make the best […]

Best Credit Cards That Do Not Require Credit Checks-in April 2022 One element that is more important than other factors in determining the type of credit card you are eligible for: Your credit rating. For instance, in approval for the Chase Sapphire Preferred(r) Card, you’ll need a strong to excellent credit score between 670 and […]

Is it Worth It to Apply for the Aspire Credit Card? Aspire Credit Card is an unsecured credit card designed for bad credit people. It’s not a credit card that anyone could apply for. You must have an invitation (which is the reason their website states “respond to the offer” on their buttons, instead of […]

The First Premier Bank Mastercard The main benefit of this First Premier credit card is that it is available to persons with bad credit. You can get a credit card even if you have poor credit. A poor credit score could make it challenging to authorize an additional credit card. Still, it’s not a reason […]

What You Should Know About Credit One Credit Cards Credit One credit cards are an excellent option for anybody searching for an unsecured credit card to help build credit if used properly. If you have bad credit and seek to repair your credit score, you’ve probably received an online offer from Credit One Bank. If […]

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I am David, economist, originally from Britain, and studied in Germany and Canada. I am now living in the United States. I have a house in Ontario, but I actually never go.  I wrote some books about sovereign debt, and mortgage loans. I am currently retired and dedicate most of my time to fishing. There were many topics in personal finances that have currently changed and other that I have never published before. So now in Business Finance, I found the opportunity to do so. Please let me know in the comments section which are your thoughts. Thank you and have a happy reading.

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A personal loan is a medium term loan with a fixed interest rate that is repaid in equal monthly payments and it's usually limited to 24 months. Loan offers and eligibility depend on your individual credit profile. Our lenders can help you obtain as much as $3,000 depending on the lender, your state and your financial situation.

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APR (Annual Percentage Rate) is the loan rate calculated for the annual term. Since is not a lender and has no information regarding the terms and other details of personal loan products offered by lenders individually, cannot provide the exact APR charged for any loan product offered by the lenders. The APRs greatly vary from lender to lender, state to state and depend on numerous factors, including but not limited to the credit standing of an applicant. Additional charges associated with the loan offer, including but not limited to origination fees, late payment, non-payment charges and penalties, as well as non-financial actions, such as late payment reporting and debt collection actions, may be applied by the lenders. These financial and non-financial actions have nothing to do with, and has no information regaining whatsoever actions may be taken by the lenders. All the financial and non-financial charges and actions are to be disclosed in any particular loan agreement in a clear and transparent manner. The APR is calculated as the annual charge and is not a financial charge for a personal loan product. 

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It is highly recommended to contact the lender if late payment is expected or considered possible. In this case, late payment fees and charges may be implied. Federal and state regulations are determined for the cases of late payment and may vary from case to case. All the details concerning the procedures and costs associated with late payment are disclosed in loan agreement and should be reviewed prior to signing any related document. 

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Financial and non-financial penalties may be implied in cases of non-payment or missed payment. Fees and other financial charges for late payment are to be disclosed in loan agreement. Additional actions related to non-payment, such as renewals, may be implied upon given consent. The terms of renewal are to be disclosed in each loan agreement individually. Additional charges and fees associated with renewal may be applied. 

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Non-payment and late payment may have negative impact on the borrowers’ credit standing and downgrade their credit scores, as the lenders may report delinquency to credit bureaus, including but not limited to Equifax, Transunion, and Experian. In this case the results of non-payment and late payment may be recorded and remain in credit reports for the determined amount of time.