Payday Loans

by DeLadurantey Law Office, LLC on September 15, 2011

At some point in our lives, we all may experience rough times. When utility bills, credit card expenses, and money for basic necessities like gas and groceries dries up, you may not know where to turn to find the money you need.  During these tough times, many people may turn to payday loan companies to borrow money against their next paycheck. While payday loans may seem like an easy, credit-free way of borrowing money, many people are not aware of the hidden dangers of these loans.

Why Payday Loans are Dangerous

It is easy to look at payday loans as a quick fix for your financial troubles if you need help now. Unfortunately, the companies that offer these loans do not have your best interests in mind, and often will not inform you of the risks associated with these cash advances. If you are considering a payday loan, it is essential that you consider the following:

  • Payday loans have extremely high interest rates, and often, they have to be repaid very quickly
  • If people cannot repay these loans quickly, or cannot cover the high interest, they may be charged additional fees
  • For many people, taking out a payday loan leaves them in even worse financial trouble than before they took the loan

Payday loans are almost never a safe option for those going through times of financial hardship. Fortunately, if you work with an understanding bankruptcy lawyer, you may be able to find a way to deal with your debt that is safe, easy, and doesn’t have hidden risks.

The Milwaukee bankruptcy attorneys of the DeLadurantey Law Office, LLC, are dedicated to helping people find safe, reliable ways to deal with overwhelming debt, and we are ready to put this passion to work for you. If you would like to learn more about getting a fresh financial start, contact us today at 414-377-0518.

 

 

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