Line of Credit Loans
Direct Lender of Cash Advances and Open End Line of Credit Loans
A line of credit is a pre-established amount of credit extended to a borrower by a lender that the borrower can draw against as needed. There usually aren’t any rules that dictate how the borrower can or should use the line of credit however the line should never be used frivolously. An individual can apply for and receive an open end line of credit.
Direct Cash Advance does NOT currently loan in the following states: AR, AZ, CO, GA, KS, NC, NJ, PA, WA
A Direct Lender of Cash Advance Line of Credit Loans
There are several ways a line of credit differs from a loan. First of all, the line of credit application process is simpler and approval only takes
minutes. When you obtain a loan, you are given a lump sum of money. With a line of credit, you have a maximum amount of money (or credit) available to you, but you use only what you need.
If you max out your line of credit, you start paying down the principle and that amount becomes available to use again. You can continue this spending and repayment cycle until the pre-negotiated term on the line of credit expires, if it expires at all.
With a loan, repayment is made in installments meaning that you’ll make equal monthly payments throughout the entire loan term. With a line of credit, you have more flexibility in how much you repay each month. Sometimes, you may only be required to repay the interest each month.
Note: If, based on the information you entered, Green Leaf Loan Group is unable to match you with a Line of Credit lender then we will attempt to match you with an Installment Lender. Again, if we are unable to match you with an Installment Lender we will try to match you with a payday lender. Either way, we want to get you the cash you need so please read the loan document carefully before signing to ensure you are ok with the terms of the loan, including cost of the loan, interest rate and repayment terms. As always, if you are satisfied with the loan terms then by all means, sign the loan document so the lender can contact you to finalize the loan and transfer the loan proceeds to your bank account.