Easy Financial Reviews and Ratings

Easy Financial

Since 2006, Easy Financial has been committed to providing Canadian consumers with easy access to the loan products they need, even when banks have said no in the past. With an Easy Financial loan you can:

  • Pay bills
  • Consolidation debt
  • Deal with unexpected expenses
  • Cover the cost of home and auto repairs

Easy Financial offers loans from $500 to $15,000 and rates that are affordable and convenient.

Easy Financial Says Yes

Easy Financial’s goal has always been to listen to what Canadians consumer want and to say yes. With an Easy Financial loan, you’ll not only be able to cover the cost of an expense, but you’ll work toward improving your credit with every payment you make.

 

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Services Offered

Conditions & Rates


  • Interest rate:
    29.99% – 46.96%
  • Amount:
    $500-$15,000
  • Term:
    9-60 months

Eligibility & Documents


  • Who is eligible:
    Canadian residents (Not Quebec)
    At least 18 years old
    Minimum net income of $1200 per month
    No bankruptcies: (has to be discharged for at least six months, as well as any consumer proposal.
    Cannot be in credit counseling
  • What you need to provide:
    Non-expired Government-issued photo ID
    Bank statements
    Proof of address
    Proof of income (paystubs, T4)
    Void cheque or pre-authorized debit form

Repayment & Issuance


  • How fast can you get the money
  • Funding method
    Direct bank deposit
    Prepaid credit card
    Mailed cheque
  • How does repayment work
    Every 2 weeks, twice per month, monthly
    At a branch or by automatic withdrawal

Reviews & Ratings

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