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What is a payday loan rollover?

Payday loans can be a quick solution to cash emergencies. These loans are only available for a short time and have high-interest rates. It is a given that many people struggle with loan repayments and installments. For such cases, however, the customer has the option to roll-over.

A borrower who isn’t able to repay the payday loan in due time can request a extension from the lender. This is known as a payday loan roll-over.

The lender can give the go-ahead for the borrower to extend the repayment period. This gives him/her more time to save money and budget. Rollovers can result in higher interest rates and additional fees. This is because the lender takes high risk lending money to borrowers and may extend the repayment period.

Subject to state laws

Roll-overs and interest rates are also subject to state laws. While some states have strict policies against such extensions, others allow them under certain conditions. It is important to review the laws and regulations of your state before you sign any loan agreement. Before signing any loan agreement, make sure you read it carefully. Pay attention to details such as interest rates, repayment terms, and the possibility for rollovers.

Can I get a rollover?

Your lender will determine if you are eligible to rollover a payday loan. Different lenders have different criteria for what qualifies as a payday loan rollover. Contact your lender to determine if you are eligible or not. Tell your lender everything. Be honest and open with them, particularly tell them about any outstanding loans you may have. Many lenders will offer a different solution to help you repay your loan. 

What are my disadvantages when I extend my loan?

Rollovers and extending your loan have their downsides. You will be required to repay your loan more frequently, which will increase the interest rate on the money borrowed. Your lender will charge you more interest if you take longer to repay your loan.

Rollovers can often be subject to additional fees and charges. In general they would have been in the initial contract that you signed. Before you agree to rollover, your lender will inform you of any additional fees or charges. Your payday lender shouldn’t offer more than one rollover. If they do they are likely hoping that you default or end up paying long term interest. You will pay more interest the more you rollover your loans.

Lenders must provide you with a sheet of information to direct you to free financial advice when they offer your rollover. Rollovers are not something to take lightly. It’s a serious decision that should be discussed with a financial advisor.

Borrowers should always remember that payday loans are for short term financial needs. As a rule only roll over your loan if you have no other options.

 

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