Don't fall for quick loan scams
Consumer reporter John Matarese's says to be wary of those offering quick loans, especially around the holidays.
Big Picture Loans Scam – Annual Percentage Rates Range From 6% – 35%
It’s important to review your loan offer before accepting. The rates and fees will be set by your lender. Our company is not a lender and does not provide lending services directly to consumers.
What You’ll Need
A valid state driver’s license is required for each request
Your social security number is needed to verify your identity
A home or cell phone is required to contact you
At Least 18
US citizens or permanent residents over 18 years old
You’ll need a checking or savings account
It does not matter if you rent or own
You must be employed, self-employed or receiving benefits
It doesn’t matter what your credit score is!
Big Picture Loans is a direct lender for payday installment loans, and the loans are repaid over several months instead of being due on the borrower's next payday. Big Picture Loans' application process is free, quick, and easy, and funds can be received within 1 to 2 business days.
Find more than 11 complaints| Ripoff Report. big picture loans i made the worst mistake of my life and took a 500 dollar loan from these thieves, after 5 months of paying 270 a month i paid it off in total, the following month i got several urgent callsfrom them saying my account was delinquent i had to csll my bank and do a 3 way call with big picture to verify each payment was done on what ...
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This company is Red Rock Lending, It goes and has gone under multiple names, Castle Payday, and has now changed its name to Big Picture Loans. Avoid at all costs. I made the mistake of taking a loan out with these scam artists, I was approved for a $600.00 loan, but only borrowed $350.00.