Breast Augmentation Loans
Many women dream of having a fuller bust line. But insurance rarely covers the cost of breast augmentation, except for reconstructive surgery after a mastectomy. Many women lack the means to pay cash for cosmetic surgery, leaving breast augmentation loans as the only viable option. But all loans are not created equal. Breast augmentation loans from LoanNow could represent the best available options.
Many cosmetic surgery facilities accept credit cards. Women who have credit cards with sufficiently large credit limits could skip applying for breast augmentation loans and finance their procedures with plastic. Breast augmentation loans from banks and credit unions are also an option for women with good or excellent credit. Such loans typically offer the lowest interest rates but often require lengthy waits for approval. Finance companies represent another source for breast augmentation loans. Their lending criteria are less strict than those of banks or credit unions, but they also charge higher interest rates. They also often require borrowers to wait weeks for approval.
Aunt Gertrude’s Mink Coat
Women seeking breast augmentation loans with no questions asked often look no further than Aunt Gertrude’s mink coat. A quick trip to the pawn shop can yield the money they seek with no need to explain anything. But pawn shops only provide loans that represent a fraction of the fair market value of the merchandise they hold as collateral. And failure to repay a pawn shop loan by the specified deadline could result in losing Aunt Gertrude’s mink coat for good.
With peer-to-peer lending, borrowers create profiles including information about their financial circumstances and reasons for seeking money. Prospective lenders look over borrowers’ profiles and provide funding to the profiles they like. Because of the level of detail associated with peer-to=peer lending profiles, many borrowers consider the process needlessly intrusive. Lenders might also be put off by requests for breast augmentation loans, in which case borrowers’ requests could go unfunded. The nature of peer-to-peer lending also means that the process can be lengthy. Credit requirements for peer-to-peer lenders can be relatively strict; borrowers with FICO scores below the mid-600 range often need not apply.
Loans from LoanNow
Breast augmentation loans from LoanNow don’t require Aunt Gertrude’s mink coat to be put in hock. Borrowers are not required to tell their entire life stories to strangers or wait weeks for lending decisions. LoanNow is a different kind of lender, providing money when borrowers need it and repayment terms that are manageable. We also say yes to many borrowers when banks say no. LoanNow is a different kind of lender – isn’t it time you experienced the LoanNow difference?