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What You Need to Know About Payday Loans

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Payday loans are typically a small amount type of unsecured debt and are paid in a short-term (14-day) period. It became popular due to their easy approval system and easy access by people who need immediate money payable by the next payday.

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According to section 347.1 of the Canada Criminal Code, all lenders in Ontario should hold a license to operate under the Ministry of Government and Consumer Services before they can provide loans.

As per the Payday Loans Act, to protect debtors, lenders must:

  • Provide a contract with complete information including the amount being borrowed, the term of the loan, and the cost of the loan.
  • Not be allowed to do automatic deduction towards the borrower’s paycheck.
  • The service charge must not go beyond $15 for every $100 amount borrowed.
  • Not be allowed to sell extra or additional services along with a payday loan.
  • Must allow cancellation of the contract of the payday loan within two business days without charging an additional penalty.
  • Not lend more than 50% of the debtor’s salary.
  • Not call the debtor more than 3x a week.
  • Not contact relatives and friends of the debtor.

Requirements to Get a Payday Loan

Other loans may require you to undergo a background check first, with payday loans the same is not required. The lender will only need the following:

  • Checking account
  • Proof of address
  • Proof of income for the last 3 months

What to Do Before Taking a Payday Loan

1. Make sure that the lender possesses an Ontario License and is displayed in their premises. For online transaction, you should see their license in a digital format through their website. You can search the Ministry of Government and Consumer Services, Licensing, Inspections, and Investigations Branch online database to confirm their license.

2. Know the costs of the amount you are intending to borrow.

3. You should be able to pay the loan on the due amount.

4. You should also know how much it will cost you and the consequences if you can’t repay.

Can’t Pay Your Debts Including Payday Loans?

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