Did you know that if you have been blacklisted you can still receive cash loans? Being blacklisted can be a devastating experience for anyone. You may feel as if you are in a deep hole and may never get out. But this is not true. As long as you can prove citizenship and a monthly paycheck, you can get a cash loan to help you out of your current situation.
Does this surprise you? You may have felt that no one would ever loan you money again. The truth is cash loans were first invented for people with no credit, or very bad credit. It is a way to get some cash in your pocket for a short term financial problem, and to start re-establishing a positive credit history.
If you have the following characteristics, it is very probable that you can receive a cash loan to help you out:
- 18 years of age
- Have a steady job (may have to show proof of one month’s income)
- Possess a green bar-coded ID document proving you are a South African citizen
- Have a bank account.
There are many different cash loan companies available and the requirements may vary a little between each one. Do your research before you contact any of them. You want a reputable company that has a great history of serving their customers. Low rates and low or no fees are something to look for as well.
A great source for finding a cash loans company is friends or family. Start asking around and see if anyone you know personally has ever had a cash loan, and what their experience was. This is a more reliable indicator of a great company than anything else.
Also remember to compare rates. While the interest you pay on a cash loan will probably be lower than what you would pay on a credit card, you still want to be careful. It pays to do your homework, as it could result in getting you a loan with an interest rate a few points lower than the next guy.
Remember that everyone has bumps on their financial journey, and do not beat yourself up over it. Take steps to correct the matter. If you need a cash loan, then so be it. Pat yourself on the back for solving the problem and move on.