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While most lenders tend to shy away from those with bad credit, there are some that make a business of making bad credit loans (also known in some places as “second chance” loans.) As mentioned previously, interest rates are usually higher and penalties for late payment are more strict, but provided your income level is high enough or you have appropriate collateral (such as a car title or property that you completely own) they are willing to take a chance that many other lenders refuse to take.
Where to find lenders for bad credit loans When searching for a lender for a bad credit loan, you might first check for advertisements in various newspapers, tabloids, and circulars. Many lenders will advertise there from time to time, and will often indicate in ad that they welcome those with bad credit. You may also wish to make a few calls to finance companies and other lending institutions, and simply ask whether they offer loans to those with bad credit. An internet search will also yield a large number of lenders who will give you a bad credit loan.
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John Mussi is the founder of Direct Online Loans who help homeowners find the best available loans via the www.directonlineloans.co.uk website.