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Whether you’ve already requested an online payday advance or are simply thinking about doing so, you should know that it’s your job and responsibility to pay back the loan. Not doing so could adversely affect your credit score and limit your opportunities to gain credit in the future. While payday loans often get an unfairly bad reputation, it is possible to pay them back, and, more than that, to use them to build your credit. You just have to go about the process in the right way.
For starters, don’t borrow just to borrow. Anytime you borrow money, you should have a clear (and smart!) plan in mind as to what to do with the money you’ll receive. If you don’t have a use for the money or if it’s not a wise use, don’t borrow it, plain and simple.
Secondly, don’t borrow an outrageous amount just because you can. Borrow only what you need- and what you can afford to pay back- and not a penny more.
Once you’ve gotten the loan and used it for your intended purposes, set aside enough money each week or month to pay your loan back on time. Doing so will build your credit in the right direction.
If you can follow these tips, then you can have a great experience with payday loans and prove all the naysayers wrong.