How It Works

Bad Credit Loans Kamloops is a team of authorized dealers that will provide money based on the market value and condition of your vehicle. We have created a program that enables you to get quick access to cash depending on the value of you are paid off Car, Truck, Van, SUV, RV or Boat, that is not based your credit report! Remember your vehicle is your credit and the amount of loan will be completely based on the condition and value of your vehicle.

Step One – Give us a Call or Apply Online

Bad Credit Loans Kamloops has been lending money to Canadians since 2004 across Western Canada. Simply fill out the online application or give us a call. Get pre-approval within minutes. Once your loan application has been submitted one of our loan experts will be in contact as soon as possible..

Step Two – Easy Paperwork

Send us very basic minimal documentation. When you come to collect your cash, provide us with proof of permanent residence, the title of your vehicle and a valid Driver's license.

Step Three – Get Cash

Our team will be waiting for you to finish the formalities and pick up your cash. After the documents are verified our team will inspect your vehicle to finalize the loan amount.

Step Four – Keep Your Vehicle

When all the paperwork is done, and you have the received the cash, you can be on your way with your car. We only keep the title of your vehicle so you can continue driving your car for the entire duration of the loan. Need cash today? Call one of our loan experts or apply online, today!

So what are you waiting for? Apply now!

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What else you need to know......

Loan Fees:

The loan fees include the Auto Check (to check for damage and vehicle origin), Lien Search (to make sure the vehicle is completely free and do not have any liens), and the Vehicle Inspection / Evaluation.

Implication of late payment or non payment:

In case of a late or partial payment, interest fees will be charged on a daily basis on the outstanding amount. If you fail to pay the loan, it will result in legal action, as per the Personal Property Securities Act (PPSA) British Columbia.