Checking eligibility will not affect your credit score.
As the name would suggest, no credit check loans are funds that are issued by a lender without considering a borrower’s credit history. Borrowers typically seek out such loans on a short-term basis to meet a pressing need.
The notion of a no credit check loan can be alluring to those who need a bit of cash in a hurry. Perhaps they don’t want a credit inquiry to appear on their credit history, or they might think obtaining loans with no credit check is their only option.
The benefit of a no credit check loan to the consumer is often a fast and simple application process with funds made available either the same day or the next. The downside is that they can be costly to obtain, with fees and interest rates that add up quickly if the loan isn’t paid back on time.
The qualification process is usually simple. A borrower fills out an application either in person or online, providing their bank account and paycheck information. The lender is given access to the borrower’s bank account so that payments can be withdrawn.
While setting funds aside for a rainy day or creating a minor emergency fund is typically a better option than borrowing money, you might need money in a hurry to meet a pressing demand.
At NetCredit, we understand that you are more than your credit score. That’s why we offer a personalized experience for each and every customer — your eligibility is determined by looking at your broader financial picture — not just your credit score. We also understand that protecting or improving your credit score is important to you, so that you can move upward and onward in life. With My CreditBuilder, you may build positive credit history by making timely repayments.
Here’s how it works:
As soon as you make a payment, it’s noted in our system.
Then, your payment history is reported to two major credit bureaus, TransUnion and Experian.
The credit bureau factors this payment and any subsequent payments into your credit report and your overall credit score.
As you continue to make on-time payments, you will accumulate positive indicators in your credit history.
(Note that late or missed payments could reflect negatively on your credit report.)