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Payday loan consolidation: Ends multiple pdl debts and saves money

This debt relief option comes in when you’re struggling to pay high-interest pdls even after making your best efforts. Payday loan consolidation program helps you pay off cash advance loans and get control of your finances yet again.

When you should go for it

  • You want to get rid of high APRs
  • You want to save your paycheck from pdl lenders
  • You want to get out of pdl cycle

How does payday loan consolidation work?

loandebt process Having problems with online and storefront pdls? If yes, then try to consolidate payday loans as soon as possible. But before you make a final decision to consolidate payday loan debt, let's check out how this process actually works:

Here, a payday loan consolidation company offers a payment plan you can afford. The consolidators work closely with your lenders to bring down the interest rates and possibly waive off all the additional fees and extra charges. Most companies that consolidate payday loans will offer a free counseling where your current financial situation will be evaluated properly. This will help you get a payment plan, which is affordable.


How much do you have to pay every month?

Your new monthly payment amount will depend upon:

  • How many lenders are ready to reduce interest rates
  • How many outstanding loans you have
  • The amount you can afford to pay
How much can you save?
Monthly payment you can afford
$
.00

Payday loan debt consolidation pros and cons

Pros
  • No advance fees
  • Don’t have to pay high-interest rates
  • Don’t have to pay late fees and extra fees
  • Don’t have to endure automatic debits
  • Only one pocket-friendly monthly payment plan
  • Less collection calls & chance of getting sued
Cons
  • Need to avoid pdls in future
  • Need to act as per consolidator’s advice
  • Your collateral is at risk in secured loans
  • The loan term can be long

Why consolidation program is the best payday loan debt solution

Typically, you can get payday loan relief in 2 ways:

1
Consolidation program

This payday loan debt relief option is a better choice since you get a monthly payment plan that fits your budget. You don't have to manage multiple payday loans or put assets at stake anymore.

2
Consolidation loan

This is not a good payday loan debt solution since your asset is at stake. Yes, in case of a secured consolidation loan, you've to pledge collateral as security. If you want to go for the unsecured option, then be prepared to pay higher interest rates.

Compare PDL Debt Settlement, Consolidation Program & Loan

Comparison Settlement Consolidation program Consolidation loan
What it does Reduces total debt Lowers interest rate Transfers debt to another lender
Payoff term 2-4 years 2-5 years 1 -30 yrs
Mode of payment lump sum payment monthly payment monthly payment
Requirements Save an amount before negotiation Make monthly payments Collateral
Credit score Drops initially Improves gradually Improves gradually
Verdict Best when you’re wondering how to pay off multiple payday loans through a lump sum payment. Best when you want to get out of debt by making single monthly payments. A good option when you can pledge a security as collateral.

Can you go to jail due to legal or illegal pdls?

Neither authorized payday loan lenders nor illegal lenders can send you to jail when you don’t make a payment. While they can’t send you to jail for pdls, but they (authorized lenders) can sue you at court. There is a risk of default judgment when you lose the case.

CFPB: Proposed laws to end pdl traps and save borrowers

The consumer watchdog Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has proposed new rules in March 2015 to bring an end to payday loan debt traps. The proposed rules aim to save consumers from debt traps mainly in 2 ways - prevention and protection.

Proposed rules
  1. Lenders have to verify if borrowers can pay off the loan along with interest, fees and principal amount.
  2. Lenders need to check the borrower's’ income, financial liabilities and borrowing history.
  3. There has to be a 60-day cooling off period between payday loans.
  4. Lenders can issue the second pdl within 2 months when borrower’s financial situation has improved.
  5. Once a lender issues 3 consecutive loans to a borrower, he can’t issue a new loan in the next 60 days.
  6. Lenders need to offer reasonable payment plans to borrowers.
  7. Payday loan lenders can’t keep borrowers in debt for more than 3 months in a year.
  8. Maximum 2-3 rollovers would be allowed followed by a compulsory 60-day cooling-off period.
  9. Lenders need to suggest a way out of debt before offering second and third loans in a row.
  10. The way out of debt will include: (a) the principal will drop with each loan (b) the lender would offer “off-ramp” for the third loan so that it could be paid off without extra fees.
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4 Tips before you get assistance with payday loans online

If you want to go for the payday loan consolidation online option, then check

  • 1 If the company has a valid physical address
  • 2 If the company has good online reviews
  • 3 If the company has budget-friendly fee structure
  • 4 Check the state payday loan laws carefully

Still have doubts regarding how to pay off payday loans?
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  • The debt settlement program typically lasts between 6 months to 4 years time.
  • At least 30% of the debt amount per creditor needs to be accumulated in the trust account for OVLG to give the creditor any settlement offer.
  • Not all creditors or debt collectors will accept a reduction in the balance, interest rate, or fees a customer owes such creditor or debt collector.
  • Pending completion of the represented debt-relief services, the customer's creditors or debt collectors may pursue collection efforts, including initiation of lawsuits.
  • That the use of the debt-relief service will likely adversely affect the consumer's creditworthiness, may result in consumers being sued by their creditors, and may increase the amount owed to creditors as a result of the accrual of additional fees and interest.
  • Savings a customer realizes from use of a debt-relief service may be taxable income.
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