Do loan companies check your bank account?

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asked Dec 26, 2019 in Other-Finance by Carden8 (300 points)
Do loan companies check your bank account?

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answered Dec 26, 2019 by Oliphant (6,990 points)
Yes some loan companies do want to check and verify your bank account.

The loan company may call up your bank account and verify the bank account as well as verify your income or the deposits coming in.

Some loan companies fill out a proof or verification of deposit (POD/VOD) request forms and send them to your bank.

The loan company usually wants to ensure you have a bank account in good standing and that you're not lying about the bank account.

The loan company wants to be sure you can pay it back and they may have you pay back the loan through automatic withdraws from your bank account.

So be sure to get all the information about the loan.
commented Jan 28, 2023 by pawpaw (2,800 points)
I don't agree with you. Today, there are companies that are ready to help a client with a certain amount for any need - from a personal loan to a small business loan, without checking a bank account. In addition, today people with bad credit history also have the opportunity to take a loan from such a company. However, it should be borne in mind that it's worth choosing such organizations very carefully so as not to run into scammers. Before concluding a deal, I would recommend reading reviews, getting interesting information from support, and carefully reading the contract. I can advise to choose such proven companies as To get a loan, you just need to visit the website, complete a short application form, wait for an answer, and get money as soon as possible (usually the next business day). Therefore, in today's world, everything is possible.
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answered Dec 28, 2019 by swipka777 (6,100 points)

I think that no. As for me, it happens sometimes that I need to take a loan really fast. I am currently using 67 cash which is a perfect way to get money really fast and easy. I think that taking a loan is not so bad like it seems for the first point of view.

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answered Dec 30, 2019 by Jassy123 (4,450 points)
I think it’s illegal and they can’t do it
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answered Dec 30, 2019 by Marinad (3,020 points)

It depends on the loan company with which you work. I advise you to choose only reliable and trusted lenders. If you do not have enough knowledge in this area, you can contact this company for help. They will quickly and inexpensively find the best lenders for you and help you acquisition loan without risk and fear. I guarantee you their reliability

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answered Aug 28, 2022 by KoryPowell (5,090 points)

You can choose a loan with a minimum interest rate click here. To apply for registration you need to have only a passport, code, and phone number. A trouble-free lending service will allow you to receive money in any convenient way in just 15 minutes.

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answered Nov 8, 2022 by Tilman (3,590 points)
Hello everyone, could you tell me how loyal financial institutions are to credit history?
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answered Nov 8, 2022 by Allert (5,430 points)

Hello, absolutely all financial organizations check information on a potential client. At the time of filing, the automatic system checks the borrower's data (including credit history). They can refuse a loan online, based on a problematic credit history. But only if the client took a lot of loans at once from several organizations, and they are overdue. With a problematic credit history, the bank will refuse with a 90% probability. However, Centennial Funding approves loans to customers even with bad credit history.

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