Get more money and more time to repay with Installment Loans
- Get up to $2, 500
- Choose your loan term ranging from 1-18 months*
- 2-36 equal installment payments based on your pay frequency*
To get an Installment Loan at a location, please bring the following items:
- Government Issued ID
- Most Recent Proof of Income
- Verification of Social Security Number
- Latest Checking Account Statement
*If you borrow $500 for a 3 month loan with 6 biweekly payments, the total finance charge will be $162.71. Each payment will be $110.45, and you will repay a total of $662.71, which is 226.09% APR.
Loans arranged with NCP Finance OH, LLC (OH Lic. #SM.501673.000), an unaffiliated third party lender, by VCSO of Ohio, Inc. d/b/a First American Loans, a licensed credit services organization (CSO Lic. #CS.900188.000), and subject to NCP’s approval. Examples provided are typical loans arranged for qualified applicants. Fees include NCP’s charges and First American Loan’s credit services fee. Other loan amounts and terms may be available. Checks issued instead of cash. First American Loans check cashing offered by Advance America, Cash Advance Centers of Ohio, Inc. OH Lic. #CC700078. ©2016 AARC, LLC. All rights reserved.
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