Check 'n Go Not Affected By National Credit Crunch

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In light of the national credit crunch Check 'n Go, a leading payday loan provider, offers borrowing options without a credit check. Thus, Check 'n Go products do not affect a consumer's credit score.

Payday loans do not require a credit check, so a person who was declined for a loan will be able to secure a payday loan to carry them through to their next payday

In light of the national credit crunch Check 'n Go, a leading payday loan provider, offers borrowing options without a credit check. Thus, Check 'n Go products do not affect a consumer's credit score.

"Traditional loans aren't as readily available as they were in previous years past, and we have found payday loans to be a viable alternative for your short term loan needs," said Michael Cammon, Vice President of e-Business for Check 'n Go Financial.

In addition to the various borrowing options, Check 'n Go recently released a Web site which includes a Financial Advice Education Section. This section offers tips on saving money, budgeting, credit scores and credit lessons to educate consumers about how to maintain or improve their financial status. Check 'n Go wants to provide the tools consumers need during these tough economic times.

"Payday loans do not require a credit check, so a person who was declined for a loan will be able to secure a payday loan to carry them through to their next payday," said Cammon.

About Check 'n Go
Check 'n Go is committed to providing services that preserve both the financial security and the dignity of our customers. Check 'n Go operates more than 1,300 locations in 31 states and online at http://www.checkngo.com. A founding member of the Community Financial Services Association of America (CFSA), Check 'n Go provides financial products to consumers in a responsible manner. In fact, Check 'n Go leaders helped create the CFSA Best Practices, which promote responsible lending.

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