Where can I apply for a loan at any time of the day or night?

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 Is there any way to apply for a loan during the weekend? What bank and how? I needed money urgently and I have not been able to find where to apply for such a loan. I want to know for the future.
Posted 18 Apr 2022

alexpav says
I just call my friends in such cases. They may not be happy to hear from you, but they will help. That seems to me like the right thing to do. Because emergency loans are usually very expensive and it's not profitable. But of course everyone decides for themselves.
Posted 18 Apr 2022

pixie2 says
Banks do not work on weekends, and even if they do, they do not consider credit card applications. Second, the application is not considered by the bank immediately, it takes time. If the situation is critical and you need money urgently, then I advise you to apply immediately to the online loan service. The procedure takes no more than 15 minutes and you will receive an answer and the money immediately. I, for example, use https://payday-loans-usa-online.com/utah, more than once bailed out. 
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