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New Website Launches that is Changing the Bad Credit Industry by Providing Transparency and Education Like Never Before

Bad Credit Lifeline is changing the sub-prime financial industry online by providing detailed information about fixing credit, loans, credit cards, and more.


Bad Credit Lifeline is changing the sub-prime financial industry online, by providing education and transparency that no other company has dared to do before. was a website founded by a team of professionals who saw a big problem across the sub-prime financial industry.  This problem was the lack of education and transparency by these companies.  Bad Credit Lifeline tries to present both the bad and good sides of the sub-prime financial industry and goes on to educate people about it in detail.  The website provides education on how to use these tools correctly in case a financial emergency does arise.
“As someone who has used a bad credit loan or payday loan as known by many, I resented the way that these lending companies provided information to their consumers,” says Steve Davis, founder of Bad Credit Lifeline.  “They are usually very discreet about the problems that can happen from payday loans, and thus have become seen as being predatory in the media.  Bad credit loans have very high rates, and must be paid back very quickly, but there many are instances where these loans can be a life savior to many people.  Many people would rather pay the high interest rates than lose their job or car"
Bad Credit Lifeline explains the process of getting a bad credit loan, the interest rates involved, what happens if someone misses a payment, and the various other aspects of getting a short-term loan online.  The website offers instructional videos, and a matching service for people who need a loan immediately.  While the website is not the front for a lender, it does have the ability to put people in contact with payday lenders who are willing to assist with a temporary loan.
“My website exists because I understand that when you need money it doesn’t make things better to get a lecture or be told what kind of person you are,” says Steve Davis.  “Back then I was someone who needed a loan.  Today, I have the money to put up a website and help others.  There is no one type of person who needs an emergency loan.  That’s the truth.”
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