There has long been something of a degree of skepticism, perhaps even taboo when it comes to the world of the short-term loan provider, which it has to be said is entirely justified given the origins of the practice. While the 3 month payday loans being offered being offered by today’s modern institutions have little to nothing in common with those of years gone by, it is of course human nature to build up an overall image and subsequently tar all comers with the same proverbial brush for some time to come. The old, Dickensian images of shady, backstreet short-term lenders offering little other than extortionate interest rates and impossible terms are of course enough to put anyone off the idea of payday loans for good, though it has to be remembered that we are now well and truly storming through the 21st century and a great deal has changed in the meantime.

The simple fact of the matter is that the modern world is filled with so many potential financial pitfalls and monetary mishaps on a daily basis that it is impossible to avoid them all for life – essentially meaning that from time to time even the best of us could benefit from a little help. It could be a missed mortgage payment, forgotten utility bill or something of an entirely more pleasant nature that requires a minor, last-minute cash sum to tide a person over for a few weeks, which really is neither a great deal to ask nor a difficult service to provide.

It is with exactly such a theory in mind that the modern payday lender has come to be, offering minor sums of cash over short periods of time, with interest rates and fees that are well in line with those of even the biggest High Street banking giants. In fact, has been proven time and time again that considering a payday loan could prove the most economically sound decision a person could make, if facing the prospect of standard banking charges, overdraft fees and other such unpleasant consequences even a few pennies in the red can bring along.


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