State Payday Loans
If you find yourself needing to borrow money to cover bills or an emergency expense, state payday loans may be able to provide you with the quick cash you need. These short term loans typically range from $50 to $1,000, depending on where you live.
Click on your state below to find out about their state payday loans.
Maximum Payday Loan Amount by State
Note: payday lending is legal in 28 states, with 10 other states allowing some form of short term storefront lending with restrictions. The remaining 12 and the District of Columbia forbid the practice.
While all lenders and LoanPigUSA follow federal regulations, individual states also have laws for lending within their borders. These include regulations dealing with strict adherence to limits on interest rates, rollovers and fees, maximum loan terms, cool-off periods between loans, presentment and more.
Lending States: Full List
Don't see your state listed? Check out our full list of lending states here.
If you don't have access to a payday loan in your state, you can still find other options to help with financial emergencies. Or if you find yourself in long-term debt problems, consider seeking help in the process of creating a budget and getting out of debt.