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    • Sky Shrimp
    • By Sky Shrimp 19th Aug 17, 11:09 AM
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    SafetyNet Credit Alternatives
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    • 19th Aug 17, 11:09 AM
    SafetyNet Credit Alternatives 19th Aug 17 at 11:09 AM
    My new job pays monthly instead of weekly, so I needed a small loan of 250. My bank refused to temporarily increase my overdraft due to a default on my credit rating/score. The bank told me not to apply for any loans for 90 days after that application.

    I Googled payday loans and tried a few but got turned down. Then I found SafetyNet Credit. They wanted my bank login details which was strange, but I applied for 300 and immediately got 150 in my account. All the other PayDay lenders are refusing me. Is there another one like SafetyNet that I could try to get 50 to 100?
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    • By buythedip 15th Sep 18, 8:48 PM
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