SkyCap Financial provides customers with loans when they have most likely been turned down by the bank. We will carefully consider your current circumstance rather than just your past credit history. Fill our easy application process to get a quick decision and get you the funding you need to get the cover your dental expenses.
Last week CBC’s Marketplace aired a hidden camera episode showcasing four of SkyCap Financial’s competitors in the alternative lending space. These competitors are arguably the four largest players in the industry. While SkyCap was not contacted nor mentioned in the… Continue Reading →
Preparing your finances in the worst Economic Situations In terms of economic devastation, the year 2020 will always be remembered as the year the COVID pandemic wreaked havoc on the economic world. Hopefully, these trying times have given you a… Continue Reading →
Even at the worst of times, the criminal element is on the prowl looking for a way to scam people out of their hard-earned money. The perpetrators are always looking for the most vulnerable people at their most vulnerable time…. Continue Reading →
Tis the season to be jolly. With the 2020 holiday season officially underway, people are busy trying to figure how they are going to be handling their spending during the holidays. This isn’t likely to be a normal holiday season…. Continue Reading →
As a way of easing the financial strife that the COVID-19 pandemic the Canadian Government implemented the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB). The CERB was established as financial support to help qualified Canadian residents. This helped maintain some sense of… Continue Reading →
Interest rates and total cost of borrowing are dependent on a borrower's credit history. SkyCap reserves the right to approve or decline an applicant based on SkyCap's internal underwriting guidelines and procedures. Not all applicants are approved.
Loan amortization from 9-36 months
APR from 12.99% to 39.99%
Example: $1000 borrowed for 12 months at 29.99% Monthly payment: $97.48; Total cost of borrowing: $169.79