A Better Beach Read: 5 Tips to Improve Your Credit

It’s the time of year to kick back, put your feet up, and chill the heck out. But if you’re dealing with financial troubles, you might have a hard time relaxing. Why not set aside that light-and-fluffy beach read and check out these five tips for repairing your credit?

Posted on: June 08, 2016

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Thinks You Deserve Better than a Payday Loan and OppLoans Agrees!

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has proposed strong new rules to curb abusive practices by payday lenders. OppLoans, an online personal lender servicing subprime borrowers, fully agrees with and supports the CFPB’s proposals because we know that borrowers always deserve better than a payday loan.

Posted on: June 02, 2016

Climb Your Way Out of Debt: 6 Paths You Can Take Today

Whether you’re burdened with high credit card balances, student loans, car payments, a mortgage, or any other kind of debt—there are ways to manage it and eventually climb out of debt completely.

Posted on: June 01, 2016

Heavyweight Loan Showdown (3 of 3): Credit Card Cash Advances VS. Pawn Shop Loans

And we’re back again for the final Heavyweight Loan Showdown! Tonight, Credit Card Cash Advances returns for a championship face-off against predatory Pawn Shop Loans. Expensive, unfair, and painful, these contenders look evenly matched for the title of Most Dangerous Loan.

Posted on: May 31, 2016

Heavyweight Loan Showdown (2 of 3): Credit Card Cash Advances VS. Employer Cash Advances

Welcome back for another heavyweight loan showdown! Tonight we have Employer Cash Advances going toe-to-toe with Credit Card Cash Advances. Which of these two loan types is more dangerous for consumers? Let’s step into the ring and find out.

Posted on: May 27, 2016

Heavyweight Loan Showdown (1 of 3) : Credit Card Cash Advances VS. Payday Cash Advances

If you need fast cash, you have options. While some are safe, most are dangerous and predatory. In the world of heavyweight lenders, who’s the baddest of the bad?

Posted on: May 26, 2016

To Payday or Not to Payday? (3 of 3) – The Final Act

Like bad movies, payday loans have predictable endings. If you do find yourself entering into a payday loan agreement, here are three results you can expect to happen to you and your finances.

Posted on: May 18, 2016

To Payday or Not to Payday? (2 of 3) – Predatory Lending’s Second Act

Every good drama needs a villain, but are these predators going too far? Here are three ways predatory payday lenders are changing their tactics to stay in the business of ripping borrowers off!

Posted on: May 17, 2016

To Payday or Not to Payday? (1 of 3) – Skipping the Drama of Payday Loans

Everyone needs money (and help) from time to time. But when you find yourself in need, ask yourself: Is a payday loan what you need, or is it what you really need to avoid? Here are the top three reasons you should dodge the drama of a payday loan.

Posted on: May 16, 2016

Escape the Payday Predator (3 of 3): Fact-Checking the Payday Lenders

Predatory lenders have a much-deserved reputation for twisting the truth, lying by omission and generally being deceptive about their loans. Here are the cold hard facts about payday loans you deserve to know.

Posted on: April 28, 2016