You get the convenience of an online application with quick decisions and payment terms you need! Red Pine’s lending process is secure, providing immediate confirmation of approval by our Lending Experts. If you are approved, your personal line of credit will be available to you tomorrow!
Red Pine Lending offers you an Installment Loan that works for you. We believe that for a loan to work, it should be easy to obtain and just as easy to pay back. Get your Red Pine Installment Loan, manage your account and set payments online by logging into your personal account at RedPineLending.com.
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* Sokaogon Finance dba Red Pine Lending is a tribally owned and licensed lending entity, organized under and governed by the laws of the Sokaogon Chippewa Community of Mole Lake Wisconsin, a federally recognized sovereign nation located within the United States of America, and is operating within the Tribe's Reservation. Applications processed and approved before 6 p.m. ET are typically funded the next business day. In some cases, we may not be able to verify your application information and may ask you to provide certain documents. Maximum loan amount for initial loan is $950.00. Refer to Loan Cost & Terms for additional details. Complete disclosures of APR, fees and payment terms are provided within the Loan Agreement.
Please note: THIS IS AN EXPENSIVE FORM OF CREDIT. Red Pine Lending loans are designed to help you meet your short-term borrowing needs. Appropriate emergencies might be a car repair, medical care for you or your family, or travel expenses in connection with your job. This service is not intended to provide a solution for longer-term credit or other financial needs. Alternative forms of credit may be less expensive and more suitable for your financial needs. Alternative sources you could consider include: a credit card cash advance; personal loans; home equity line of credit; existing savings; or borrowing from a friend or relative.