We're Right Up Your Alley!

Dime Alley matches your loan request with lenders across the US and Canada, whether you have good credit, bad credit, are self-employed or need money for an emergency. We have helped more than 1 million customers across the US in the last year alone.

Founded in 2021
Have processed more than 1 million applications
Trusted, safe and reliable

How Does It Work?

Dime Alley offers a simple loan connection service – taking your loan requirements and matching them with the US-lender who is mostly likely to approve you and offer the best terms possible.

Complete our online form in less than 5 minutes and you will receive a provisional quote on the screen – and you can proceed with the loan offer if you want to – with no fees and no impact to your credit score.

Further to some checks by the lender, successful applicants can receive money to their checking account within 24 hours! And best of all, it’s completely free!

No Upfront Fees

At Dime Alley, we do not charge our customers a broker fee, admin fee or loan request form fee. Instead, we charge our lending partners a commission if your loan enquiry is successful.

We Have Donated More Than $40,000 In The Last Year

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Meet The Founders

Daniel (left) and Ben (right) collaborated to set-up Dime Alley at the end of 2021, because we are passionate about helping customers find a quick and fair option to borrow money to tide them over until their next payday.

Over the Covid-19 pandemic, it was clear that some people were struggling financially, with a lot of jobs being lost and economies being shut down for large parts of the last 2 years. We heard about the struggles that ordinary Americans have been going through during the pandemic, and we listened.

We set up Dime Alley  as a way of offering our customers a safe, secure and free payday loans service which is better than borrowing from high-cost lending stores.

Meet The Editorial Team

Sithara (left) and Harry (right) are our two hard-working financial editors, constantly checking that everything on the website is accurate and transparent as possible.

Since the laws of each US state change regularly, we want to ensure that any interest rates and terms that you read on the website are fully up-to-date- and that you get the best information possible when researching things like budgeting, credit scores, personal loans, debt and more.

If you have any new information that could improve our customer experience, please do not hesitate to contact us directly.

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