Late or Missed Payments

Here at Online Credit USA we want potential borrowers to fully understand the implications of taking out a loan online. While each lender within our lenders network may have their own terms and conditions, the following are common features of loans. We encourage you to take the time to read the following to help you understand the possible implications before accepting any type of loan. We will do everything in our power to help you throughout the complete cycle of your loan but it is always better to fully understand the terms of lending and avoid misunderstandings down the line.

When accepting the terms and conditions of your personal loan, you are agreeing to repay the loan both: A) with interest and B) in the time frame specified in the loan agreement. Generally, failure to repay the loan in full, making a late payment or, missing a payment, will result in you being charged additional fees by your lender.

We have NO ability to predict or estimate what supplemental charges will be incurred in the event of late, partial, or non-payment of loans here at Nor have we any control or knowledge of any loan agreements or details between you and your lender.

Within your Loan Agreement, you will be provided with details on the late, partial, and non-payment policies that your lender enforces, please review this fully prior to proceeding with a loan offer. strives to partner with only the most trustworthy and reputable lenders, those who pursue the collection of past-due loan accounts in a fair and reasonable manner, ensuring you have the best loan experience.

Credit Score Impact

To ascertain how creditworthy you are, your credit capacity and/or your credit standing, our network of lenders may perform credit checks. Submitting a loan request means that you are agreeing to allow our lenders to verify your personal information and check your credit. Note: missing payments and/or late payments may have a negative impact your credit score.

Collection Practices only works with reputable lenders who use fair collection practices.

As a non-lender, has NO involvement in the debt collection process of your loan. Your lender will disclose all of their debt collection processes within your Loan Agreement. Should you have any questions regarding debt collections, please contact your loan provider.