Read the fine print. As with any financing, read the terms of the loan offers and get answers to your questions. In particular, watch for: Prepayment penalties. Most online lenders do not charge a fee for paying off the loan early, called a prepayment penalty or exit fee.
Automatic withdrawals. If a lender requires payments be automatically withdrawn from your checking account, consider setting up a low balance alert with your bank to avoid overdraft fees.
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Relatively Uneducated. More than half of all payday loan users have no education beyond high school. Less than 15 of them have a four-year college degree. Unemployed or Disabled. Payday lenders are perfectly happy to borrow against your unemployment or disability benefits. About 1 in 10 unemployed Americans has used a payday loan in the past five years although they may have been employed when they took out the loan.
Disabled people use payday loans at an even higher rate.