If you are a former RISE customer in Los Angeles, San Francisco, or anywhere in California, a RISE online installment loan could get you $2,600 to $5,000 in your account as soon as tomorrow *.
Loans in California are only available to former RISE customers on a limited basis.
In California, RISE offers installment loans on a limited basis to former customers with the following features:
While those who don’t have great credit may have fewer options to choose from during an emergency, California cash loans can come from a variety of sources.
Here’s an overview of several credit options, along with a few pros and cons to each:
Credit cards and credit card cash advances may charge the lowest interest among the options for low-credit borrowers. However, you may not have a high enough credit limit to meet your needs, or you might not want to be stuck paying off a revolving credit line.
Pawn shop loans are another borrowing option. However, pawn shop loans tend to be expensive and you risk losing your items.
You also might be able to borrow money from friends or family, although that can strain relationships.
Unsecured installment loans, also called personal loans, could be less expensive than other options. Plus, you also don’t have to put up collateral like you would with a pawn shop or title loan.
RISE California installment loans allow former customers, on a limited basis, from San Diego to San Jose, and every city in between, to borrow $2,600 to $5,000 and have an interest rate of 36%. There’s no fee to apply and see what rate you’ll receive, and there’s no pre-payment penalty for paying the loan off ahead of schedule.
While lending is the core of our business at RISE, it’s not the only thing we offer.
We’ve also created and are consistently expanding a library of financial wellness resources and tools. You can learn about credit scores and reporting, find tips for saving money, or check the personal finance glossary to look up a straightforward explanation of financial terms and acronyms.
RISE also reports your payment history to two major credit bureaus and making on-time payments could help you build a good credit history. Since your credit scores depend entirely on what’s in your credit reports, adding positive information to your reports could help improve your scores as well.
As a RISE customer, you can watch your progress with Credit Score Plus, a free app that you can use to track one of your TransUnion credit scores. You’ll also receive alerts from TransUnion when new information gets added to your credit report.
Notice to California Customers: In California loans are made or arranged pursuant to The Department of Financial Protection and Innovation, formally known as The Department of Business Oversight. California Finance Lenders Law License (No. 603 J998). RISE makes loans via the internet from its location at 4150 International Plaza, Suite 300, Fort Worth, TX 76109