Personal Loans With No Credit Check

Rates & Terms


If you’re having trouble making it from paycheck to paycheck, apply for a fast and simple online installment loan from Lift Credit Wisconsin and get back on your feet today! In order to approve an installment loan application and legally provide customers with financial support, we abide by Wisconsin’s specific rules and conditions for lenders. These guidelines affect our loan amounts, terms, and rates. However, we never check your FICO® Credit Score, we deposit funds the next business day, and we design our loans to be paid back over time through affordable payments.

Loan Amount

$100 – $2,500

Wisconsin allows private installment loans between $100 and $2,500. Request any same day loan amount within this range. Let us help you make it to your next paycheck!

Repayment Term

3 – 12 months

Personal installment loans in the state of Wisconsin offer repayment terms for 91 or more days. We customize a payment plan to best fit your schedule.

Declining Rates

99% – 450%

Our Annual Percentage Rates range from 99% to 450%. We offer declining rates for good history as you pay your loan installments on time.

Loan Qualifications

At least 18 Years Old

Monthly Income of at least $1,300

Resident of Wisconsin

No Open Bankruptcies

Proof of 3 Months of Employment

Common Loan Examples

Our personal loans range from $100 to $2,500 to help you get back on your feet.

Rates and terms are custom to each customer based on your application. Rates are based on the customer’s employment and loan repayment history, as well as a number of other factors. The table above shows loan examples offered to recent Lift Credit customers. If approved, the specific rate and terms of your loan agreement will be unique to you.

Need a little financial education on personal and installment loans before you make a decision? Read these articles to help you make the best financial decision for yourself.


201 West Washington Ave., Suite 500
Madison, WI 53703

If you have a problem that cannot be resolved by speaking with us and the nature of the complaint is something other than a high rate of interest or lack of funds to pay the loan, you may contact the Wisconsin State Department of Financial Institutions at (608) 261-9555.