United Lending Services Co. works for people who need a loan and have bad credit.
PR Log - Aug 27, 2012 - United Lending Services Co (ULSC) introduces a new service that promises to help get loans for people who have bad credit. In fact, ULSC is the first company specifically for those who have bad credit.
Chances are, if you have bad credit and need a loan over $1,000 you’re going to have a hard time finding a lender who will not deny you. Most banks will automatically deny you if your credit score is too low, or if you don’t meet strict underwriting standards.
So where do you begin? If you were to sit on Google all day applying for every loan you can find by the end of the day your credit score will be much lower and it will stay that way for a year. Why? Each time you apply with a lender, the lender pulls your credit report. These appear on your credit as “Hard Inquiries” and are damaging to your credit and it reduces the chance others will approve you. If you have enough of these, you will just be wasting your time applying to other lenders.
If you have bad credit and need a loan, you need lenders who specifically deal with bad credit loans. Otherwise, you’re just applying to loans that you will be automatically declined for.
United Lending Services Co. is the company you need when you have bad credit, need a loan and have been turned down by most lenders.
It’s entirely free to apply, and they instantly search thousands of lenders all over the United States to see who will approve you for a loan.
The process is accurate, and there is no fee unless they’re able to match you with lenders who will approve you for a loan. For those who do get matched, the fee is one-time and small (under $30). No contracts, memberships or other hidden fees.
Their service is like having a personal loan consultant searching every lender around on your behalf. They even have a guarantee if for any reason you don’t get a loan, then that referral fee is refunded fully.
If you can’t get a loan using their service, then you likely will not get a loan from any institutional lender.