In our case, the thinkcash loan actually has been a blessing. We needed to fill a month gap, and want to avoid the pdl trap.
Not to say I like paying the fat interest on think-cash but still cheaper than a pdl and allowed me a bit of time. My issue is this.
I am looking for a second loan. Why? I needed approximately 2500 to put myself into a safe zone for a couple week buffer before the next check, and it helped to pay some moving expenses we incurred unexpectedly.
That said, ThinkCash only covered 1750 of what we needed. I am really striving not to relegate us to a pdl, but I can't find anyone else LIKE thinkcash. Most I found are pdls. Cash call doesn't service Nevada. Does anyone have an alternative to a pdl, even if it includes higher interest? I.E., citifinancial and traditional loans out of the questions, pdls out of the question, something in the middle?
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