Personal Loans in Chicago, IL

Personal Loans in Chicago

Personal Loans in Chicago, IL


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What Is An Installment Loan?

An installment loan is an umbrella term that describes the type of personal loan that we offer to our customers. Long-term installment loans and short-term installment loans fall under this umbrella term. Long-term installment loans generally take several months to repay.

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When you pay off your installment loan, you owe nothing. Rates and loan amounts depend on your qualifications and income. With our programs, we allow you to pay back your loan over time with a set amount of payments over a designated period of time. We offer personal loans to meet your needs as we understand that you need to get fast money for life’s unexpected expenses.

We are able to offer you money as soon as today when you come into our conveniently located stores in Chicago, IL. With loan amounts up to $2,500 - we aim to find the most fitting loan for your financial needs with no prepayment penalties. We offer fixed interest rates with fixed payments so you know how to properly budget out your repayment.

Our loans are fast, easy and convenient for all of life's events whether it's medical bills, holiday gifts, rent, auto repair or whatever your needs may be. Get the money that you need with a budget-friendly option with fixed payback options.

How It Works

  • Complete our fast online application

  • Our team will verify your application

  • Submit your documents electronically or pick a store and bring your documents*

  • Receive money as soon as the same day

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We are one of the most secure and trusted loan places in the Chicago, IL land area. Our specialists are friendly, knowledgeable, and here to help. 

* You will need to provide: a valid driver's license or state identification card, verification of your place of residence (such as a phone or utility bill), your most recent pay stub(s) for the last 30 days, a complete 60-day bank statement or transaction history, and a voided personal check from that bank account or direct deposit form. Please note that screenshots of your bank transaction history are not acceptable