Because each lender is different and Paydaymath has no control over the rates and fees each lender charges, we urge you to carefully review the terms associated with the offer before accepting or declining. Please remember that you are never under any obligation to accept an offer from a lender and you can cancel the entire process at any time at your discretion. Paydaymath cannot be held accountable for any charges or terms presented to you by a lender, and we are in no way responsible for any agreement between you and a lender. For details, questions or concerns regarding your cash loan, please contact your lender directly. Please note that lender terms may vary, and lenders may use different criteria to determine whether an applicant is eligible for a loan. Not all who apply for credit will be chosen by a lender or approved for loan. If you are not chosen by a lender in the participating lender network, your information may be offered to participating third party advertisers and generators for consideration.
It is not our policy to perform credit checks on any of our customers. However, some of the lenders in our network might perform a credit check before making their decisions using the three major reporting bureaus like, TransUnion, Experian and Equifax, as well as other alternate sources of consumer information. In the end, your credit rating may be impacted by a particular lender’s actions. If you do not pay back your loan by the specified due date, your lender may choose to report this delinquency to one or more of the major credit bureaus, which could negatively affect your rating.
Any of the information that you read on this website may be changed at any time without any prior notice. We can not guarantee that your submitted information will be provided to a lender or that a lender will approve you for a loan. Not all lenders can provide up to $2,500. The loans that may be offered by a lender are expensive forms of credit and are intended to provide you with short-term financing to solve immediate cash needs and should not be considered a long term solution. If you are having serious financial issues, it is often best to consult with a professional credit counselor.
Due to state regulations, this service is not available in all states including Arizona, New York, Georgia, Connecticut, Maryland, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Vermont and West Virginia. For consumers in all other states, you are urged to visit the Rates & Fees section of this website to learn about the laws as they apply to loans where you live.