At some point we would normally all look to borrow money, whether it be to purchase our house or our car, we may want to build an extension to our home, we may borrow for a large personal purchase or we may simply be short of funds until our next pay day or have an unexpected bill to pay. Our requirements will dictate the type of loan we will require. We may need a secured loan, an unsecured loan, a loan which will have a long payment time or a loan which will be borrowed only for a short amount of time and hence paid back quickly.
Mortgages and personal loans tend to have lengthy processing times and application procedures which require us to produce various pieces of documentation which is submitted for approval but for a shorter term loan, there is not the same requirement. SMS loans are becoming extremely popular due to their fast processing time and the ease of application. As the name would suggest, you would apply for your loan amount via SMS text message. As lenders are regulated, there is the requirement that you register with them first. They will require identification, proof of residency, bank account details, email and phone number in order for them to carry out their verification process. Once verified, you will be able to apply for your loan and subsequent loans by SMS text message. The decision as to whether to approve your loan should come very quickly and money can be deposited in your account the very same day but where would you look to find an SMS loan in Norway?
If you go online and make a quick Google search, you will see multiple providers offering their services. You could go through them one by one but that would take an incredible amount of time and effort as you would want to compare their processing times, their reliability, their annual percentage rate or APR and you would want to find and read their reviews. A better way would be to approach a broker or comparison site which will do the work for you, it would still be wise to search online for independent reviews but you would at least be able to compare the APR’s of the providers, whether there are any age restrictions and the amount of loan they can offer and over what time period, it certainly would save you time collating all of this by yourself. You may also want to go online and check some of your social media contacts and obtain recommendations, there may also be local social media groups who could help you with some ideas.
You should choose your provider carefully and check the APR that the lender is prepared to offer you, the higher the figure, the more interest you will pay. You must also ensure that you will be able to manage the payments that the lender will set out for you as a delay in a payment or failure to make the payment can leave you with large fees to pay. If you are unsure about any of the terms and conditions associated with the loan, ask before going ahead.