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South Carolina Line of Credit

With a line of credit, you apply only once and can draw up to your available credit limit, repaying principal, interest and fees based on how much you’ve drawn.

When you need more funds, you can draw up to your available credit limit without reapplying.

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Rates & Terms

Credit Limit

$650 - $2,800

Annual Percentage Rate

149% - 325%

Daily Interest

The daily periodic rate applied to accounts will be between 0.4082% - 0.8904%.

Late Fee

If you are 10 days late in making a payment, you will be
charged the greater of $7.20 or 5% of the unpaid amount (not to exceed $18).

Actual line of credit terms may vary based on applicant's qualifications.

How It Works

  1. Apply in less than 5 minutes.

  2. Receive an instant lending decision.* Possible decisions include Approved, Need More Information and Declined. If more information is needed, you may need to send in additional documentation like proof of income.

  3. If approved, receive a credit limit and draw money from your line of credit — you can draw as many times as you want, whenever you want, up to your available credit limit (minimum $50 draw).

  4. Request a draw before 1:00 p.m. CT Monday – Friday, and you will generally receive funds that same business day.

  5. Repay gradually over time or in full. Every billing cycle, you will have a minimum payment. You can pay more with no penalty in order to repay more quickly.

  6. Increase your available credit as you repay, freeing up funds to draw, up to your credit limit.

  7. Draw from your available credit whenever you need funds.

What It Costs

With a line of credit, interest is calculated based on outstanding principal, while minimum payments are calculated based on outstanding principal, interest and fees. These numbers can change from payment to payment. That means your minimum payment will usually change from one payment period to the next.

Below, you can see an example of what it might cost to draw $600 once from a $1,000 line of credit and make different kinds of repayments.

If you make only your minimum payment bi-weekly, your repayment will look like this:

Number of Bi-Weekly Payments

13

Total Repayment Time

6.5 months

APR

325%

Fees and Interest Paid

$672.16

Total Repayment

$1,272.16

If you were to repay more than the minimum each billing cycle, the time it would take to pay off your balance would go down, as would your repayment total. If you made four bi-weekly payments of $200 and one payment of $78.38, your repayment would look like this:

Number of Bi-Weekly Payments

5

Total Repayment Time

2.5 months

APR

325%

Fees and Interest Paid

$278.38

Total Repayment

$878.38

With an actual line of credit, your repayment might look different than the examples above. For instance, you could draw more money in the middle of a billing period, increasing your total repayment. Or you might repay a large sum all at once, reducing the cost and length of your repayment period.

Requirements to Apply for a CashNetUSA Loan

In order to be eligible for any CashNetUSA product, you must meet our requirements:

18 or older

Verifiable, steady source of income

Active checking account

U.S. citizen or permanent resident

Governing Law

The line of credit agreement will be governed by the applicable laws of your state. Unresolved questions or complaints should be directed to your state's regulatory agency.

CashNetUSA is licensed by the South Carolina Board of Financial Institutions, Consumer Finance Division.

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Terms Explained

Account Balance

Your account balance is the total amount due to CashNetUSA. This includes your principal balance, interest and fees charged.

Example: Jane Smith looks at her account and has an account balance of $500. This is the total amount she currently needs to repay.

Billing Period

Your billing period is the length of time between when your billing statement opens and closes. Depending on how often you’re paid, these periods might be bi-weekly, semi-monthly or monthly.

Example: Based on her application, Jane’s billing period is bi-weekly. This means her statements will close every 14 days.

Principal Balance

Your principal balance is the amount you have drawn minus any principal payments you have made.

Example: As soon as she draws, Jane has a principal balance of $500. This will drop or rise as she makes payments and draws more.

Interest

Interest is calculated based on your outstanding principal. The daily interest rate for our line of credit is between 0.4082% - 0.8904%.

APR

APR (annual percentage rate) is a measure of the cost of credit, expressed as a yearly rate. Our line of credit has an APR range of 149% - 325%.

Minimum Payment

The minimum payment is the amount you must pay on each due date. This amount will depend on whether your billing period is bi-weekly, bi-monthly or monthly.

The minimum payment for bi-weekly and bi-monthly billing cycles will be the greater of:

  • The lesser of 10% of your credit limit or $175 OR
  • All interest accrued at the end of the prior billing period plus 5% of the total of outstanding principal and fees

The minimum payment for monthly billing cycles will be the greater of:

  • 10% of your credit limit OR
  • All interest accrued at the end of the prior billing period plus 10% of the total of outstanding principal and fees

The minimum payment cannot exceed the account balance. In addition, minimum payments cannot exceed $450 for bi-weekly and bi-monthly customers, or $800 for monthly customers.

Example: Jane is on a bi-weekly billing cycle. At the start of her billing period, she has an outstanding principal balance of $800, and she does not take any additional draws or make any early payments. She is charged $99.72 in interest, and her minimum payment amount is $139.72.