MoneyMutual Review

Brittney Mayer

Money Mutual has been used by over 2 million consumers to find the right short-term loan lender. Users can get up to $5,000, with direct deposits made in as few as 24 hours. You'll need an income of at least $800 a month to qualify, but credit scores of all types are welcome to apply.

- Brittney Mayer, 12/9/2019

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Money Mutual — Providing Fast, Simple Short-Term Loans to Over 2 Million Consumers
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Money Mutual — Providing Fast, Simple Short-Term Loans to Over 2 Million Consumers

By: Brittney Mayer

In life, there are some events that you can plan for, like getting married or buying a new home. At the same time, there are many more events that happen without much warning — such as a blown engine gasket or emergency medical situation. Ideally, we’d all have the savings to cover such unplanned surprises, but sometimes we simply need a little short-term help to cover an unexpected expense.

For over 2,000,000 consumers, that help has come from Money Mutual, an online lending marketplace connecting borrowers with lenders from around the country. Users can find loans for amounts up to $5,000 and receive funds in as few as 24 hours.

“MoneyMutual’s online marketplace was created to help consumers get access to cash fast!” According to Money Mutual’s website. “While many loan options can be time-consuming, MoneyMutual was founded to provide consumers a marketplace where they can find short-term lenders quickly & easily!”

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Brittney Mayer

Brittney Mayer is a credit strategist and contributing editor for, where she uses her extensive research background to write comprehensive consumer guides aimed at helping readers make educated financial decisions on the path to building better credit. Leveraging her vast knowledge of the financial industry, Brittney’s work can be found on a variety of websites, including the National Foundation for Credit Counseling, US News & World Report, NBC News,,, Lexington Law,, and, among others.

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