Flexible work, freelance jobs, and temporary employment are commonplace today. In what some call a “gig” economy, the next paycheck is not guaranteed and individuals may find themselves in a financial bind between gigs.
You can get
$2,000 (Unemployed; 1 guarantor)
$3,000 (Working; no guarantors)
$5,000 (Working; 1 guarantor)
$10,000 (Maximum; 2 guarantors)
At Jewish Free Loan, we rely on guarantors instead of collateral to secure your loan. A guarantor is someone who can guarantee to pay back the loan if you do not. A guarantor is at least 25 years old, lives in California and has a credit score of 680 or better. A friend, family member, or employer are examples of a guarantor.