Debt Review Loans




Debt Review Loans For People Under Review

Debt review loans are fairly difficult to get for debt review clients, but if you’re reading this you probably already knew that.

This is because the granting of loans for people under debt review would place the bank or lender in contravention of the NCA (National Credit Act).

However, whilst granting loans for debt review clients is basically against the law, there are other viable options for getting loans while under debt review.

To be successful you would have to approach lenders who aren’t too concerned about contravening the NCA (National Credit Act) by providing debt review loans.

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Whilst there are many lenders who won’t have any qualms about handing out loans for people under debt review, please be careful of approaching unscrupulous loan sharks who could end up making your life a misery.

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Is it possible to get loans for people under debt review?

The short answer is yes, and no…

  • I know this sounds confusing but if your debt review has been registered by the court you are not (from a legal point of view) allowed to apply for additional credit whilst under review.
  • So for debt review clients to stay within the NCA & the law, they would have to cancel their debt review process before applying for additional credit or unsecured loans.
  • However if you are willing to flout the law in this instance, then you will certainly be able to find a lender who is willing to grant you an unsecured loan despite your legal situation.
  • Whilst the best option would be to avoid committing to extra debt & making your financial situation even worse, it is sometimes unavoidable & applying for a short term loan is the only option.
  • So for debt review clients, there are certain options available to you to get a loan, one of which would be to end the review process or (the more popular option) to approach a non-mainstream lender.
  • Also ensure that you do not commit yourself to some unrealistic repayment terms or high rate of interest when signing for your loan.
  • Remember that loan sharks are not your only option & that there are reputable loan lenders out there who will grant debt review clients a loan at more favourable repayment terms & acceptable interest rates.
  • Another option if you are employed & earning a regular salary is to ask for an advance on your salary or a payday loan. Payday loans generally need to be repaid as soon as you receive your pay at the end of the month so they can be considered as short term loans.
  • When applying for a loan from a lender who is not a traditional lender, financial institution or mainstream bank be sure to check that they are at least registered with the NCR which will give you some protection.

Conclusion

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  • While it is totally possible to successfully obtain a loans while under debt review (you will always find a lender willing to grant you credit in such circumstances),  you would be well advised to examine the conditions of the loan carefully.
  • Take special note of the interest rate being charged before signing & committing to any loan not being granted by a traditional lender or bank as it could place you in a far worse financial situation.
  • You should also ensure that the lender is registered with the NCR (National Credit Regulator) which would provide some protection & peace of mind as opposed to some of the unscrupulous lenders out there.
  • It is also worth mentioning that you would have to settle all your existing debt before being able to successfully apply for further credit from any mainstream bank or credit provider, however this would not necessarily be the case with other more “flexible” lenders.
  • Also remember that as it is actually against the law to be granted a loan while under debt review, there will be unscrupulous lenders who may be willing to grant such loans but they will be granted at a significant cost in terms of interest & stringent repayment conditions.

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So notwithstanding the above, and whilst you probably won’t be successful in applying through the mainstream banks, there are however certain lenders who may provide you with the credit you need at reasonable interest rates & with reasonable terms.

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30 comments on “Debt Review Loans
  1. a says:

    do you have any contacts of people who provide small loans for clients under debt review

  2. vishal says:

    Hi

    I’m currertly under debt review, I’m total debt left to pay is 75k.

    I’m loooking for a personal loan to free of this debt.

    You can contact me on 0726156773.

    • nonhle ndlela says:

      hi my name is nonhle i was under debt review and i cancelled because i was straggling finencial and now my debt are more then 50k my number is 0835337750 if there is anyone interested thank you

    • Neville says:

      Hi Vishal,
      If you find someone who can help you with this, please let me know.
      I’m in the same boat.
      Thanks!

      • MrMoneySense says:

        Hi Neville, as you probably know, being under review does make it difficult to get loans from the regular institutions however there are probably lenders who will be willing to lend you money but at exorbitant rates.

        You may be able to find someone who’s reasonable with their interest rates & repayment terms but as debt review clients are legally bound not to accept additional financing in the way of loans please be careful of not getting ripped off by a loan shark

      • THUSLEEM says:

        hi Neville, did you find anyone that can help us?

  3. Beulah Neumann says:

    I need two months rent up in advance as from November 15th 2016 Could I be possibly helped? Please?

  4. Need help says:

    I’m also under-debt review. My car broke down and I took all my salary to fix it. I need R10 000 to pay for rent. But I cant get a loan anywhere and it would be a one month loan as I would pay back all the money month end. If anyone knows someone that can help please help.

  5. Hi I’m currently under debt review and desperately need cash.Can you please refere me where I can get msybe a loan up to R25000,00.Please help me

  6. Hi I’m currently under debt review and desperately need cash.Can you please refer me where I can get maybe a loan up to R25000,00.Please help me.

  7. Lizzy says:

    Is it possible to cancel your debt review then apply for a bigger loan to settle all my small loans and how long would the process be.

    • MrMoneySense says:

      Hi Lizzy

      You can withdraw from the debt review process voluntarily at any time but your credit record will not be cleared, which you probably know.

      Also, if you pull out of the debt review process you will no longer receive any protection with regards to paying off your debt – so it will be unwise to pull out of the process prematurely.

      If your counsellor provides issues you with a clearance certificate you should have a clean credit record & can apply for credit again.

      Read more about getting out of debt review here:

      http://www.loan-lenders.co.za/how-to-get-out-of-debt-review/

  8. lewis says:

    i urgently need a loan of 20000 am under debt review i have a permanent job

  9. SHANE says:

    HI IM UNDER DEBT REVIEW AND I NEED TO BUY A CAR CAN ANYONE PLEASE HELP ME

  10. THUSLEEM says:

    hi…I cancelled my debt review with my counsellor…so im paying my loans myself. the exact same amount the counsellor paid. I might of cancelled it but im still showing under debt review,my application hasn’t gone to court tho. is there a place I can apply for a loan to pay off my debt of 120 000.00

  11. Lindelani says:

    I underwent Debt Review in 2011 and still paying.
    I’m renting and paying R5060 monthly, its really tough since I know I cannot be approved for a home loan,
    I’m currently having a situation that requires some money, Is there anyone who can assist please.

  12. Hi I’m under debt review urgently in need of a loan of 30k with reputable institutions who can help

  13. alfred says:

    Hi, I’m currently in debt review of an amount of R10000 for all on my creditors. And I’m also looking for a place where I can get help with finance, then after paying everything, then I can settle back only one installment. Please advice..

    • MrMoneySense says:

      Hi Alfred
      Anyone currently under debt review will know that it’s very difficult to get loans from the regular & trustworthy financial institutions however there are probably lenders who will be willing to lend you money but at exorbitant rates – some at higher interest rates than other.

      So while you may be able to find a lender that will charge you a reasonable interest rate & offer decent repayment terms, there are many loan sharks who are looking to take advantage of your situation as they know you’re stuck between a rock & a hard place by being legally bound not to accept additional financing in the way of loans as you’re under review.

      So please be careful who you borrow money from, as loan sharks can make your life hell

      • Alfred says:

        In any how… if they are high with their interests, we can negotiate/arrange on repaying the money that they offered me. So by saying that… everybody knows how desperation does. With this regards I’m really desperate, I really need assistant. Maybe if I can get contacts of those loan sharks and take it from there with them

  14. alfred says:

    Hello once again… if there’s anyhow where I can get help. please do not also hesitate to call me at 079 633 2662, thank you

  15. David says:

    I want a loan I am underdebt review

  16. Rhoda says:

    Under debt review need a loan urgently

  17. Amanda says:

    Hi did anyone get help, am also under debt review and urgently need money.

  18. Tamsyn says:

    Hopon loan doesn’t actually loan money to those under debt review and there is no other alternative than finding a loan shark. What’s really sad s that these funds are usually for emergencies, nothing more. But wuth salaries getting smaller and jobs getting more scarce… nothing can really be done at this stage except to declare bankruptcy.

    • MrMoneySense says:

      Yes, unfortunately that is the difficulty.

      Reputable lenders won’t contravene the law by providing loans to anyone under debt review so the alternative is the less reputable lenders who may grant you a loan but could also make your life a living hell & plunge you into more debt.

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