Need Personal Loan

I need $2,600 to pay the water bill. Where can I get a loan?

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Bill's Answer: Answered by Mark Cappel

If you do not have any collateral, what you seek is a signature loan, which is also called an unsecured loan or personal loan.

I have two suggestions for you. First, read the Federal Trade Commission document, "Payday Loans Equal Very Costly Cash: Consumers Urged to Consider the Alternatives" and determine if any of the suggested alternatives in that document will work for you.

Second, consider a loan from Prosper or Lending Club, which are a peer-to-peer lending and investing companies.

Finally, the fact that you need to raise $5,000 to pay your water bill is a symptom of a deeper problem. You must create a household budget so that paying routine utility bills does not trigger an emergency response. Download the free Bills.com budget guide and go through the pain of creating a household budget. Once you have a budget in place and stick to it, you will not experience these problems in the future.

I hope this information helps you Find. Learn & Save.

Best,

Bill

Bills.com

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