step 1- payday loan application

Step One:

Fill in the application form
on our website

You can fill in the application form on our website to apply for a payday loan. We only ask that you are over 18, a US resident, employed or have an income, and have a valid bank account, so it doesn’t matter if your credit is less than perfect!

Step Two:

Get A Decision

When you submit your application, we’ll process it immediately and provide a decision immediately*. Our customers often can get money deposited the same day!

step 3 - get your cash now

Step Three:

Receive your money

Loans General is here to help you get your money for a payday loan fast. With our quick and easy application process, we can have funds in as little as 15 minutes!*

Loans General is a website that helps people find loans. You can find and compare payday loans, personal loans, and more using our secure platform. We believe in helping customers find the best loan for them at rates they can afford.

Payday Loans are the right choice for you if:

You Are 18 or Older

Minimum age to apply for a payday loan in most states is 18, but you must be 19 or 21 in some states (19 in AL and DE; 21 in MS)

You Are a US Resident

You must be a US citizen or permanent resident of the United States to apply for this loan.

You Have a Bank Account

If you’re looking for a payday loan, it’s important that your bank account is active so we can deposit the money if approved.

You Have a Source Of Income

To be eligible for a payday loan, you need to have an income source such as a job or retirement.

You Have a Valid ID

In order to process your application, it is important that you provide a valid address and government identification card such as driver’s license or state ID.

You Need Cash Now

If you’re in need of some cash, then a payday loan might be for you! You’ll get your money fast and easily.

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