Is JFLA accredited?
Who can borrow from JFLA?
Does JFLA report to credit bureaus?
How do i repay my loan?
What type of loans are not allowed?
What does the “Free” in Free Loans mean?
What is a guarantor?
What kind of housing loans do you offer?
What identification do I need?
What is the most I can borrow?
How often do I repay my loan?
What is the loan process?
What if I need help or have a question?
Can I renew a loan?
Do I have to come in to sign loan documents?
What are the loan terms?
How are interviews conducted?
What does Zero Interest mean?
Some helpful terms
The “Jewish” in Jewish Free Loan refers to a foundational idea in the bible that the charging of interest on a loan to a person in need, is not in his or her best interest and is therefore, prohibited. JFLA applies the wisdom of that idea to all its clients, regardless of their religion, ethnicity, race, ability, gender, etc.
Keep more of your own money by working with an interest-free non-profit lender like JFLA.
Please be prepared to demonstrate your need for a loan with a bill, a receipt, or other document.
Opportunity to borrow, without going further into debt by having to pay high interest fees, is what JFLA offers.
JFLA is as a unique nonprofit, offering cash in hand to people who cannot get a traditional loan.
Apply, donate, and find answers to your questions on the JFLA website, jfla.org
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