Slick Cash Loan's Mark Jorel Snow Offers Straight Talk on No Credit Check Loans
Mark Jorel Snow of Slick Cash Loan offers frank advice on no credit check loans - shedding light on how they impact credit scores and detailing smarter borrowing alternatives.
By: Slick Cash Loan
GLENDALE, Calif. - Aug. 26, 2023 - PRLog -- Mark Jorel Snow, Financial Coaching Manager at online lender Slick Cash Loan, recently dropped some straight talk on no credit check loans - shedding light on how they really impact your credit and detailing some smarter alternatives.
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"I wanted to keep it real with folks. There's just so much bad information floating around out there," said Mark. "My goal was to break it down in simple terms so people can make informed decisions."
While no credit check loans hold obvious appeal for folks with less-than-stellar credit, Mark cautions they come with some serious drawbacks that are often glossed over.
"Your credit score takes a temporary hit when you take one out - that's just facts," he said. "Some shady lenders try to downplay that."
Mark knows first-hand how these loans work, with over 15 years in the lending business. He explains that the new debt gets reflected on your credit report, impacting that all-important credit utilization ratio.
"It's like getting a new credit card with a $500 limit and immediately charging $400 on it," said Mark. "Your score drops because suddenly you're using more of your available credit."
The impact fades in time, especially if you pay on schedule. But many borrowers get stuck renewing or rollover over the debt, resulting in endless cycles of fees. Missed payments can tank your credit even further and land you in collections.
"I've just seen too many folks get caught in the debt trap. You end up paying crazy high interest rates and killing your credit," Mark said. "It grabs you fast if you don't understand what you're getting into."
For people in a financial bind, Mark suggests exploring options like local charities and credit counseling services before resorting to no credit check loans. If you need fast cash, secured credit cards, credit union loans, or finding a co-signer are often better alternatives.
"Loans marketed as 'no credit check' sometimes mean 'we don't care about your financial situation," said Mark. "Responsible lenders base decisions on your actual ability to repay."
At the end of the day, Mark says to carefully weigh if the immediate benefits of a no credit check loan outweigh the risks and long-term costs. Educate yourself on the terms and implications before signing anything.
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