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BAD CREDIT LOANS

What is a Bad Credit Loan?

A bad credit loan steps in where a regular loan may have been refused to you. If you have ever taken out a loan in the past, or a credit card, you will have a credit score. So, if you have had trouble with payments in the past, your credit score will be low. That means it is harder for you to be considered by loan providers - you are high-risk to them.

Sometimes known as Bad Credit History Loans, these are specifically designed for people who have had problems with their credit rating and been turned away by regular lenders. There are many available, although in the last year or so these have declined somewhat, as banks have been less interested in high-risk borrowing. However, a good broker will be able to find you the loan you want.

How Can I be Accepted?

This is the easy part: via a bad credit loan broker, you enter your requirements and allow them to do the legwork. They will search the loan marketplace on your behalf and will almost certainly find you the loan you need. So whether you're after a personal loan or a secured loan, mortgage or even credit card, you will most likely find something to suit you. If you are good with repayments, you may even be able to build up your credit rating.

What is the Risk?

As with any type of borrowing, there is a risk involved in a bad credit loan. Because you are a higher risk to the lender, the interest may be higher than normal - and therefore the repayments are higher. You will need to make sure you can cover repayments. Some bad credit loans are secured against your car or house - for example, say you need the cash to pay for a new car. The loan lender may use that car as collateral against the loan, so if you fail to meet repayments, your car may be seized. If it is your home at stake, you stand to lose a great deal - and could end up with an even worse credit rating.

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