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Logbook Loans – Your Quick Alternative To Ample Liquidity

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When you need to borrow money the first thing you think about is going to your Bank Manager.  Sadly, you remember what happened last time.  The endless paperwork, the endless queues, the endless meetings and the endless people saying ‘Sorry, we cannot help you.’ 

Loaning money can be an incredibly demoralizing and depressing process.

You have no choice, though.  You have to pay the food bills, the electricity bills and your child’s school fees. You have a house but the mortgage is high.  And times are bad.

Logbook Loans can help you in such a way that you don’t need to sign away your entire life.  They have a system where you can monetize your motor vehicle.  And as long as you have a motor vehicle that you own or semi-own, you can get a loan.

Your motor vehicle, therefore, becomes your collateral while the ownership remains with you.

 There are restrictions, of course, and requirements, which ensure the process is legal, safe and a win-win for both.  You need to be able to prove what your income is by having pay slips or a bank statement, have proof of ownership of the car with all the paperwork that comes with it, and be over the age of eighteen.  If you look at you will see exactly what is required of you.

But wait. Before you go over the requirements, work out your own quote.  It is so simple and will take away some of your financial stress immediately.  By logging on to the Logbook Calculator website you can simply and easily use their calculation system (it is on the top or the side of each page), fill in the estimated value of your car, the amount you want to borrow, the length of time you want to pay back the money over, and – online you can work out the money you will be able to borrow and what your repayment schedule will be.

Then, if you are keen, you follow the steps.  You must make sure that you are totally aware of all the details.  There is nothing hidden, though, the requirements are all online and the entire process is transparent.  Go through all the steps and read their terms and conditions.   Read, before you sign.

The beauty of Logbook Loans is that they make cash accessible to you, quickly! Once you have provided the paperwork and had your car assessed and the deal approved, money will be in your bank fairly quickly.  If you have had previous problems with debt or even been blacklisted, you are not excluded from the Logbook Loan process.  As long as you can prove that you have income and will be able to repay your debt, you will get a loan.

Logbook Loans are a stress-free way to get the immediate cash that you need.  The cash that is going to get you out of a difficult financial situation.  As a responsible loaning company, Logbook Loans urges you to do whatever you can to pay back your debts.  Cut down on any unnecessary expenses that you can.  Shop wholesale.  Try the cheaper grocery store, don’t pay that expensive pair of jeans, do your own washing instead of using a laundromat, try feeding your kids sandwiches for a week and always switch off your lights in the daytime!  Cut down on electricity and water bills.

And still, if you cannot get on top of your finances, take out a loan.  Use your car and monetize it.  Get a quote, online now.  Or pop into a store.

FYI:  I worked at a dead end cubicle job from 2005-2011 for about $30,000 per year.  I went self-employed in July 2011 and make between $70,000-$90,000 through blogging, professional pet sitting, hubby's reffing, and our rental home.  If you’d like to start your own site (link to my free step-by-step guide), I highly suggest checking out Bluehost (my referral link with a nice discount for you, PLUS a free custom header banner from me!).  Please contact me any time at budgetingfunstuff*at*gmail*dot*com with questions or just to brainstorm! I’d love to help!
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