Yes, NetCredit may call your employer after you provide their contact information and give permission for the call during the application process. NetCredit will not disclose any information when they contact your employer, since they are just inquiring about your employment status.
It takes 1 to 3 business days to get money from a NetCredit personal loan, in most cases. That includes both the time it takes to get approved and the time it takes for the funds to be delivered after approval. Keep in mind that this is a typical applicant's experience, and in some cases it could take longer.… read full answer
How to Get Money From NetCredit as Fast as Possible
Fill out the application carefully. You should make sure that all information you enter on the application is correct and complete. That will eliminate any potential delays from NetCredit having to request additional information.
Check your credit report for errors. Before you apply, you should verify that everything on your credit report is accurate, as any incorrect negatives on there could impact your chances of approval. If you find any errors, you should dispute them right away to get them removed.
Once you get approved for a NetCredit personal loan, the money will be delivered through an electronic funds transfer to your bank account, which usually takes 1 to 3 business days.
You do not need a specific credit score to get a personal loan from NetCredit, as NetCredit does not check applicants' credit when they apply. This means it is relatively easy to get approved for a NetCredit personal loan, even for people who have bad credit. Still, approval is not guaranteed, as NetCredit will consider other things like your income and existing debts when deciding whether to approve you. … read full answer
Keep in mind that while NetCredit and other companies that don't do a credit check offer easier approval than most personal loan providers, they also tend to be significantly more expensive. As a result, you might first want to look into one of the cheaper personal loans from companies that do credit checks but still consider people with bad credit.
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