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    ChadAugust 1, 2019

    Has anyone received a loan from the Langstaff Group?

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      JeniAugust 2, 2019Staff

      Hi Chad,

      Thank you for getting in touch with Finder.

      We do not have a review page about Langstaff Group. To search for registered companies in the US, please visit Better Business Bureau’s official page. Currently, as per BBB’s official page Langstaff Group (for loans) in Sacramento California is not a registered company.

      I hope this helps.

      Thank you and have a wonderful day!


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    Aunt-ADecember 11, 2017

    if your credit score is 685, you’re self-employed & paid by cash & no way to prove your income can you get a personal loan of 1,000.00-5,000.00…if so where is the best place to apply online

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      JoanneDecember 13, 2017Staff

      Hi Aunt-A,

      Thanks for reaching out.

      There are lenders that do offer personal loans to self-employed individuals.

      Self employed individuals can apply for any standard personal loan, you just need to ensure that the eligibility requirements are met. If for some reason you can’t meet the requirements, you can also apply for a cosigner loan, which allows you to apply with another person who may have stronger qualifications. Finally, there is also the option of filing a joint application with another person, where you and the second party would be equally responsible for the requested loan.

      You may read further on personal loan for self-employed individuals to get additional information.

      Best Regards,

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