If you can get to a place in person, I'd do that. It's much less expensive. Here it's 200 for a loan 230 for a repayment. Online it's 200 for a loan 260 for a repayment. It's 30% no matter how much you are eligible for online, but sarahngoche's facts are pretty accurate I think. You'll need one or two references, but they won't call them (online sites). They will verify employment.
Some of the requirements for you to get a payday loan online include, last pay stub, most up-to-date bank statement and blank personal check. You can fill out the application online if you have employment income, which determines the percentage you borrow. Find out more from http://www.moneymart.ca/paydayloans.asp.