Why Our Loans Arenít Based on Credit But On Your Income
May 5, 2020 by
It can be challenging to find lenders that will approve you if you have a
thin credit file or poor credit, but it’s not impossible.
It’s worth noting low scores don’t always represent how responsible you
are with credit. A low score could just be a result of a short credit
history. If you have a clean history (no late payments, low credit
utilization, etc.), you’ll have an easier time obtaining a loan over someone
who has had delinquencies on their record, but might have a higher score.
Loans are based on income, not on your credit
Sometimes young adults need a starting point. Other times, people need forgiveness for past mistakes or unfortunate circumstances that caused a black mark on their consumer report.
Qualifying for a personal loan based on income only means having a realistic set of expectations. Without using a traditional credit check, the lender must see that you can easily afford the periodic payments.
**Valid Driver’s License or State ID, verification of residence (phone or utility bill), most recent pay stub from the last 30 day, a complete 60 day bank statement or transaction history and a voided check or direct deposit form is needed**