Payday loans can also be referred to as payday advances or cash advances and they are legal and regulated in over 37 of the states within the US. The premise for a payday loan is a small loan that is taken out by the consumer, and to be paid back at the consumers next payday.
In order to receive a payday loan, the consumer must have previous payroll and employment records, which can be proven through pay stubs or bank statements. This information helps to verify the ability for the consumer to pay back the small, unsecured loan. There are many rules and requirements that deal with payday loans and payday advances. But, according to the specific state within the US, the rules and requirements vary.
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