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The plain truth - a Plain Green loan is better than a payday loan:

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Because life's little surprises aren't limited to $500, our loans range from $250 — $3,000.
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Interest on a Plain Green loan is typically much less than fees charged for a payday loan. Visit our Consumer Cost page for more information on how Plain Green compares to other options.
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With a Plain Green loan, you pay your loan back over time, not in 2 weeks! Our terms range from 4 to 19 months, depending on the size of your loan. For example, a $700 loan has an annual percentage rate (APR) of 364.00% with 14 bi-weekly payments of $116.63.
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Plain Green Loans — the antidote to high late fees

Do you know how much a late fee truly costs you?

Probably more than you realize. Below are a few common charges along with the corresponding Annual Percentage Rate (APR) calculated on those fees. For example, if you assume that your $100 utility bill was a 14 day loan, and the $47 reconnect fee was the interest charged, your equivalent APR would be over 1225%! A Plain Green loan can typically be the better choice to help you avoid these types of late fees.

Don't stop there! Calculate the true cost banks and credit cards are assessing you. We think you'll see for yourself why a Plain Green loan makes sense.

Note: All examples are calculated using an assumed single repayment of the fee for a loan term of 14 days.

[Chart: The real cost of late fees]