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    AnthonyMay 15, 2017

    I been working for 6 months now I get debit deposit on my net spent card account can I still qualifies for a short term loan?

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      HaroldJune 28, 2017Staff

      Hi Anthony,

      Thank you for your inquiry.

      The eligibility criteria may vary depending on your preferred lender/s. If you have a NetSpend Prepaid card, you may consider getting a debit card loan. With a prepaid debit card loan, you may apply for a short-term loan online or at a store. The lender will then transfer the funds into an eligible loan account once you are approved.

      Please note that prepaid debit card payday loans usually come with high fees and interest rates. Prepaid debit card payday loans are also governed by state regulations that limit how much you can borrow and for how long. These laws are designed to protect you against predatory lending.

      I hope this information has helped.

      Cheers,
      Harold

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