A line of credit is very similar to a personal loan in our case except as you pay portions or all of it back you can re-borrow the paid back portion without need to be re-approved. These are not the most popular type of loan offered on the internet therefore there are not as many lenders offering these types of loans. So, if you don't think you'll want to re-borrow the paid back portion of your loan I'd suggest that you apply for a personal loan as your more likely to be approved. Just being honest.
The advantages of a line of credit loan, like a personal loan, is that your only charged interest on the amount you owe and not on the entire loan amount your approved for or originally borrowed. So, with a line of credit loan you will not be charged interest on what your approved for, only on what you have outstanding. Another advantage of a line of credit loan is that you get to pay it back over time or you can pay it back all at once without accruing any early repayment penalties.
The disadvantages of a line of credit loan it that you owe interest on any outstanding balance, just like any bank or other type of loan. While also an advantage, you can re-borrow any unused portion of a line of credit loan, it can also be a disadvantage in the sense that you may be too tempted by the opportunity of getting your hands on the money that's available too you at any given time which could cause you to get into a financial problem. I would say that line of credit loans are not for those who do not handle money well.
Our loans are not tied to a specific purchase or to a specific product so your free to spend it on anything you see fit. That can be a blessing and a curse as it's a blessing that you don't have to justify why you need the money and it can be a curse because you can get into financial trouble by always having access to cash and may use it for not emergencies. As with any type of loan a line of credit loan should only be used for financial emergencies and never just to get from paycheck to paycheck, use a payday loan for that.
Getting approved for a line of credit loan can be pretty easy depending on your income and credit history and the cost will be based on many factors, therefore, we cannot quote you a cost until you apply. Once you apply and are approved you'll be redirected to a loan document that will clearly show all the loan details in bold print at the very top of the loan document. At that point you can make your final decision on whether the loan is worth it to you and then e-sign the loan document for funding to proceed or close the browser page and it will not cost you anything. However, if you close the browser page and wait to long you may have to re-apply and get re-approved before you can get the money sent to your bank account.
Regarding how much you can borrow, I'm certain that your needs will not outweigh what you can be approved for unless your income cannot support the amount you request. Online lenders are unwilling to lend someone more then they can afford to repay.