Payday lending is legal in the state of Oklahoma. However, there are some limitations that you need to be aware of before requesting payday loans in Oklahoma. They are as follows:
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Eligibility for a payday loan does vary by state but Oklahoma is very similar to most states. But, again, ask your lender if you have any questions. Here are some of the basic criteria for getting Oklahoma payday loans:
You can have up to two (2) payday loans in Oklahoma. They must be paid in full before you are eligible to receive another payday loan. Oklahoma requires all lenders to use the statewide database to check if a customer is eligible for any payday loan type of product.
Yes. Lenders require an active checking account so they can deposit your loan funds into your account as well as receive payment on your due date.
No. Rollovers and extensions are not allowed in Oklahoma. You can have two different payday loans, but you cannot extend them. A cooling-off period of 2 business days is required if you have gotten five consecutive loans.
If you fail to pay off your loan, two things can happen. First, you may be charged a one-time NSF fee of up to $25. Second, the payday lender (or a debt collector they have assigned your unpaid loan to) can sue you to collect. If they win, or if you do not dispute the claim, the court will enter an order or judgment against you. The order or judgment will state the amount of money you owe. The lender or collector can then try to get a garnishment order against you or get the funds by other legal methods.
No. Criminal charges are prohibited in the state of Oklahoma and a lender cannot take any criminal legal actions against a borrower who is unable to repay.
Important: Always ask your lender questions you may have when you are first discussing a potential online payday loan. Finally, you are never obligated to accept a loan offer.
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