BC Loans Reviews and Ratings

BC Loans

BC Loans in the business of providing Canadian consumers with quick access to the cash they need. Borrowers can apply for a loan between $500 and $750 and received their funds the same day they’re approved. No credit checks are performed which means all Canadians, no matter what financial or issues they may have experienced in the past, can get approved for the loan they need.

Services Offered

Conditions & Rates

  • Interest rate:
  • Amount:
    $500 – $700
  • Term:
    3 – 12 months

Eligibility & Documents

  • Who is eligible:
    Be a Canadian Citizen
    Be 18 years of age or older
    Earn over $1200 a month of available income
    Receive your income from an employer
    Have a stable occupation (minimum of 3 months service)
    Be paid by direct deposit in a Canadian bank account
    Not about to declare bankruptcy or to enter into a consumer proposal
    Not to have an excess of non-sufficient funds transactions
    Have a low short term debt ratio (other active payday loans)
  • What you need to provide:
    Photo ID with signature (health card, driver’s license, etc.)
    Proof of residence (must be within last 30 days): phone bill, utility bill, T4 or any other official bill
    Most recent pay stub
    Bank statement covering the last 30 days (showing the debit, credit and balance columns)
    Pre-authorized debit form (PAD) or void cheque corresponding to your bank statement

Repayment & Issuance

  • How fast can you get the money
    Within 24 hours
  • Funding method
    Direct deposit
  • How does repayment work
    Automatic bank withdrawal

Reviews & Ratings

I was so glad when I was approved for my 120 loan. Thanks guys

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