February 20, 2013
There are various media entities and consumer rights groups who question car title loans. However, they typically miss a key point – need. Six percent of car title loan customers use their funds for shopping or entertainment. Nearly 87 percent of them report using such funds for unexpected expenses – meaning they have serious financial … Continue reading In the Car Title Loan Debate, Need is Often Ignored
June 15, 2012
If you’ve fallen behind on your bills, your credit score may have dropped. In this case, banks probably won’t lend you any money, particularly if your score has dropped significantly. You may believe that you have to get a second job just to make ends meet – but you don’t. Instead of delivering pizzas or stocking shelves, … Continue reading Avoid a Second Job With a Car Title Loan
June 13, 2012
A commonly cited problem with car title loans (or auto title loans) are that they’re too expensive. Critics often cite that car title loan interest rates and payments can become high if such loans are continuously rolled over. However, this leaves out one key factor – it is up to the consumer how much he … Continue reading Are Car Title Loans Too Expensive?
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