How much can I borrow?
Lenders will consider a number of factors when they are deciding how much they will loan; including the state where you live, and all legal restrictions that apply (it is important you know that in loans are not available in certain states). The providers of loans in our network typically will approve loans from $100 to $5,000.
Who can get a personal loan?
Just several minutes using our online service can make it possible for you to connect with a lender who can deal with your request. Enter your information by filling out the directloantransfer.com secure online form. After that, an encrypted copy is circulated around our network of authorized lenders. If you meet the qualification criteria and a lender can provide the loan you need, you may be forwarded to the loan provider's website. On the site, you are able review all the terms that will apply to the loan, including all of the applicable fees and rates. If you choose to accept these terms, the lender will deposit the full loan amount into the bank account you provided – this take place be as soon as the next business day.
How is my private information protected
How long does the process take?
It only takes several minutes to complete our secure form online. As soon as we receive your information, we start searching for an appropriate lender. You may have a response within minutes. Final approval and funds transfer can be completed in as little as 24 to 48 hours.
When and how do I repay my loan?
If you have selected the convenient and secure ACH payment option, your loan payment will be withdrawn from your bank account on its due date. This option is designed for convenience and helps you avoid potential late fees or default! If you need an extension on your loan, please contact your lender before you miss a payment (additional fees may be involved).
When can I get another loan?
You can use our service to get a new loan at any time (subject, of course, to state law restrictions). If you have recently taken out another personal loan that is still outstanding, please inform your new lender before accepting a new loan.