Payday loans are short-term loans designed to help you pay for immediate expenses. The loan balance is due in full on your next payday.
If you need quick cash and you have a steady source of income, a payday loan could be an option for you. ACE does not require traditional credit checks. Payday loans can help you cover overdue utility bills, unexpected car repairs, and other emergency expenses.
To apply for a payday loan online, all you need to do is fill out a simple online application and sign a few forms online. This easy process only takes minutes. If you are approved, you could have money deposited into your bank account the next business day.1,2 On your next payday your account will be automatically debited for the amount you owe.
Payday loans are available online in Idaho and range from $100 - $1,000. If approved, the amount you may borrow will depend upon your income and standard underwriting criteria.
If approved by 6:00 PM Central Time on Monday – Friday for weekday applications, and by 2:00 PM Central Time on Sunday for weekend applications, you will generally receive the money the next business day.1,2
For verification purposes, we may need to contact you by telephone before your loan is approved. Applications received on a weekend or holiday may be verified the next business day due to bank closures.
Your payday loan will be due on your next payday (loan duration is state-specific). You will be informed of the due date if your loan is approved.
The amount you owe will be debited from your bank account on the day your loan is due. You can also make payments online.
In Idaho you may be able to refinance your loan up to three times (subject to approval). Click on the FAQs to find out more about the refinance process. You may also be eligible for a payment plan. Call us at (866) 355-6815 to discuss payment plan options.
Every loan comes with a 72-hour satisfaction guarantee. So if you change your mind about your loan, just return the principal within 72 hours and pay nothing more.
Our credit decision on your application may be based in whole or in part on information obtained from a national database including, but not limited to, TransUnion, Equifax, LexisNexis or FactorTrust, Inc.