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4 easy steps to applying for a personal loan

Step 1: Decide how much you need to apply for When choosing and applying for a personal loan, it’s important to know how much you need. You will commonly see minimum personal loan amounts of $1,000 or more, but the lowest amount is around $500 (from SkyCap). In cases where you need less than that, you might be able to save up extra cash, borrow from a… Continue Reading →

Protect Your Info Online

Being able to transact business over the internet is a great convenience most of us have come to enjoy. But you need to be able to protect your info online while doing so. We have the ability to purchase all… Continue Reading →

What you need to apply for online loans

Applying for online loans is easier than ever, and many people prefer the convenience of this method. You can apply for an online loan at any time of the day instead of being restricted to traditional business hours. In most… Continue Reading →

Are Online Loans Dangerous?

The internet has changed everything about the way people live their lives. Think about it for a moment. What’s going on in your life that hasn’t been influenced by the internet and even social media? Securing a loan online is… Continue Reading →

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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