Personal loans for medical bills

Medical Expenses

Even if you have medical insurance, it may not always cover your expenses. Instead of running up your high-interest credit cards, let Credit Direct help with a personal medical loan.

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Medical Expenses Paid

Planned and unplanned medical expenses are one of the top reasons people are in debt, but you don’t have to be one of them. Besides, you’re not going to heal as well with the extra stress of medical bills. With personal medical loans available up to $40,000, Credit Direct can help ensure your financial situation stays stable while you heal.

A personal loan is perfect not only for leftover expenses such as co-pays, but also for procedures that your insurance may not cover. With a loan, you can have cosmetic surgery, hair loss replacement, weight loss surgeries and even chiropractic services. Consider it your Get-Well card from us to you. You’re welcome!

Frequently Asked Questions

Will I need to have collateral?

No. One of the great things about getting a personal loan to cover your medical expenses is that you don’t have to put your house or car on the line. 

Is a personal loan better than a payday loan for medical expenses?

Absolutely. Payday loans are for very short periods of a few days or weeks, and the cost is extremely high because the lenders have a high risk of non-payment. Personal loans are extended time plans, have no fee for early payoffs, and have fixed interest rates.

How long will it take to get my loan?

It depends on response times and how fast your bank is, but many of our customers have gotten approved and had the money in the bank within 24 hours of contacting us.

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Loans for medical expenses

“Marco was great. He was friendly and very knowledgeable. He make the process simple and easy. Thank you Marco for a confidential and fast loan. He explained how the loan work and other options I have. I would recommend this company to family and friends.”

-Vernon of Flint, TX, December 8, 2017
-Consumer Affairs Review