Why Should I Choose a Direct Lender for a Payday Loan?
Borrowing from anyone besides a direct lender can introduce an unwelcome element of uncertainty into your loan process. Since the company that handles your application chooses which lender to send you to, you won’t immediately know who you’re borrowing from — you could even wind up with a disreputable or unlicensed lender.
CashNetUSA is a direct lender, so you can find out all about our loans on our website before you choose to give us any information. This way, you’ll know what to expect before you apply for a loan.
Why Choose CashNetUSA Over Other Direct Lenders?
Though it’s difficult to compare one lender to every other, CashNetUSA’s loans offer many advantages that set them apart from other options. First, our loans are entirely online — that means you can apply, get your money and manage your repayments from the comfort of your home. In many cases, you won’t even have to scan or fax any documents over.***
Second, CashNetUSA loans are fast. After we have your information, you’ll often hear back about your eligibility instantly.** And if you’re approved, you’ll usually get your money as soon as the next business day!*
Finally, we work hard to keep our customers happy. Our U.S.-based customer service team is on call to answer your questions and resolve your issues. If you ever have any problems with your application or loan, we’re ready to talk by phone, email and online chat.
How Does CashNetUSA Keep Customer Data Safe?
What If I Have More Questions?
If you have any more questions about CashNetUSA’s direct loans, be sure to check out our FAQs and Rates & Terms pages. There, you’ll find information about the specific types of loans we offer in your state — such as payday, installment and line of credit — along with answers to many common questions.
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