You cannot get a second Kashable loan while the first loan is still open. However, if you pay off your first Kashable loan, you can apply for a second one. You will have to go through the same application process that you did for the first loan, including a credit check.
So to sum things up, you can apply for a Kashable loan as many times as you want, but you can only have one loan open at a time. If you need another loan while your first is still open, you can apply with a different lender. Try to avoid doing that if possible, though. The more debt you have, the easier it is for that debt to become unmanageable.
You can reapply the same day that your final payment post to see if a new loan is offered.
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