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Installment Loans in 2017

There are times in life when one needs a little extra cash to get by. This happens more often than you may realize, so do not feel self-conscious if it happens to you as well. There are some routes that you can consider traveling down to get you the cash you need, when you need it most. CreditBox is here to help when these situations arise. We offer installment loans up to $4,000 that you can receive as soon as the next day. In order to have a successful loan, we have some suggestions that may be beneficial for you as you progress through the installment loan process.

Don’t Put Off Payments

Make your payments on time, and if you find yourself with some extra money, make a larger payment or an extra payment to try to pay off early. This will help you reduce the amount of interest accrued on the installment loan. Unlike a payday loan, an installment loan is a fully amortized loan that is repaid in series of scheduled payments—rather than one lump sum. Be sure to ask questions if you are unsure about any part of your installment loan.

Keep In Touch

Keep in touch with your loan provider so you know exactly how much you owe and where you stand with your payments. Nothing is worse than missing a payment on your installment loan and having to owe more with the following payments. With CreditBox, we want to ensure that you have full visibility to your loan so we provide each customer with their own account where they can view their payment schedule, current remaining balance, and more!


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