Car Title Loans Louisville KY

An unexpected emergency expense popped up and you need money to cover it until you get paid again in Louisville. If you've thought about resorting to a car title loan to get the cash, think again.

Molly Cooley Financial Coaching
(502) 553-9833
9642 Brownsboro Road #193
Louisville, KY
Elder, Joseph S II
(502) 587-8444
1009 S 4th Street
Louisville, KY
Morris Jan C
(502) 587-7000
125 S 6th St
Louisville, KY
Marc H. Levy
(502) 583-5023
440 S 7th Street Ste 200
Louisville, KY
David Schechter
(502) 592-9771
4965 US Hwy 42, Suite 1000
Louisville, KY
Allied Home Mortgage Capital Corporation
(502) 400-2832
2520 Bardstown Rd., Suite 7
Louisville, KY
Morrison Robert J
(502) 587-0304
310 W Liberty, Ste 410
Louisville, KY
Macey & Aleman
(312) 645-4522
Heyburn Building 332 W Broadway #300
Louisville, KY
Spalding Law Office
(502) 456-2100
2950 Breckenridge Ln
Louisville, KY
Deddens Randolph Lee Attorney
(502) 245-7262
203 Barkley Bldg
Louisville, KY

Car Title Loans

Car Title Loans are a Terrible Way to Get Money By Liz Opsitnik Friday, Oct 10 2008 10:29

An unexpected emergency expense popped up and you need money to cover it until you get paid again. If you’ve thought about resorting to a car title loan to get the cash, think again.

These loans have many bad terms attached to them, including 250% APR’s, 30-day repayment periods, ridiculously high loan fees and the worst, if you don’t repay the loan, your car can get repossessed. Ads and commercials claiming “no credit, bad credit, we will approve you” or “I own the bank” try to calm borrowers’ fears that they won’t get approved for a loan anywhere else. AOL Autos says, “any time some guy is telling you he owns the bank, run.” Auto Title Loans Evergreen Finance is an auto title loan company with four locations in northern Arizona. Here’s how a car title loan works. A car title loan offers you cash from the lender, in return you sign over the title of your paid-for car to secure the loan.  Typically, these loans are due back in full 30 days later.  There's no credit check and only minimal income verification. But borrowers need to beware of things like balloon payments on this kind of loan as well. The Consumer Federation of America reported that one woman paid $400 a month for seven months on an interest-only payment term for a $3,000 loan.  After paying $2,800 in interest, she still owed the original $3,000 in the eighth month. What if you can’t pay the loan off in 30 days and they go to repossess your car?  In most cases, the lender will require you to give them a copy of your car keys when you sign the loan. A company based in Arizona said they have GPS systems installed on the cars so they can track the cars and shut them off remotely if they don't receive payment on time.  If you can't pay, they will come looking for you and your car. Click here to read the full story from AOL Autos to get more information on why car title loans are a bad idea. Photo via

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