CashAdvance.ca Adds New Article to Promote Consumer Education
(PRWEB) June 03, 2012
CashAdvance.ca announces the introduction of new feature content called “Get Money When You Need It With a Bad Credit Cash Advance” to its website. The article is designed to help promote consumer education, and it covers the various benefits of short-term cash advances and discusses topics such as payday loan repayment terms, how to determine if you are a good candidate for a loan, and applicable loan fees.
“CashAdvance.ca believes in building lasting relationships with our customers so they can get the most of our service,” says company spokesperson Anne Roberts. “We don’t want to be just a one-time solution for a borrower’s money issues. Instead, we want to make sure consumers receive personal finance support so they become more knowledgeable about their finances and payday loan services in general.”
CashAdvance.ca is the number one source in Canada for consumers in need of a cash advance. The company has long been renowned for offering flexible payment options, quick and easy loan application processing, and fast approval. In order to qualify, consumers have to be permanent residents of Canada, at least 18 years of age, and employed for at least 90 days at the time of the loan application. They also need to have an active checking account and be able to provide work and home phone numbers, as well as an email address. The whole application process can be completed online, and there’s no need to fax or mail anything at any time.
Once the application is reviewed, the applicant will start receiving competitive offers from members of the CashAdvance.ca network of payday loan providers directly via email. The applicant can spend time reviewing the different offers to compare fees, regulations and repayment policies and then choose the offer that is right. Once the decision has been made, the borrower e-signs the loan contract and the money is deposited into their bank account in a matter of hours.
Although payday loans are usually only given for a period of 30 days, or until the borrower’s next paycheck, some of the lenders who work with CashAdvance.ca allow longer loan contracts for large loans. For example, loans of $1,500 could be paid out in three installments instead of one, allowing the borrower more time and opportunities to reorganize their finances.
CashAdvance.ca acts as a bridge between consumers and lenders, and it does not offer loans directly. This means that consumers who have trouble making payments or need more time can work directly with their lenders in order to obtain an extension and avoid late fees.