People in need of immediate funds can now get access to short-term loans within minutes from a computer or mobile device, anytime and virtually anywhere.
Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) January 15, 2012
CashNow.org announces the re-launch of its consumer-lending site, featuring a streamlined user interface and an even easier online loan application. Though recent economic indicators point to a tepid recovery, many Americans are not able to wait for the turnaround. The new site’s online application makes it possible for cash-strapped households to apply for, and receive, loans ranging from $100 - $1,500 within 24 hours.
“We redesigned the site incorporating user feedback,” said company spokesperson Richard Vogel. “People in need of immediate funds can now get access to short-term loans within minutes from a computer or mobile device, anytime and virtually anywhere.”
CashNow.org has staked a claim in the growing market of short-term loans, acting as a matchmaker between lenders and consumers whose finances might come up short between paychecks. The company offers access to cash now from a network of reputable payday lenders, all of which provide cash advances based solely on the borrower’s ongoing employment as security.
A simple online application — no credit check needed — gives borrowers access to the CashNow.org database of reputable lenders, and matches potential borrowers with pre-approved loan options that fit their needs. This lender access includes the relevant information needed to make the proper decisions for consumers seeking cash now. All of the site’s affiliated lenders abide by the Truth in Lending Act, which mandates that interest rates and fees be disclosed in full before the borrower signs anything.
The updated site’s informational sections offer tips on how to budget, how to use payday loans properly without getting into more debt, along with other useful information regarding home finances. The site doesn’t shy away from the pitfalls of payday loans either, stressing that getting cash now is not free money; it’s a loan that must be repaid on time.
Potential borrowers need only meet basic requirements: namely, they should be at least 18 years of age, employed for more than 90 days (or with another steady source of income, such as Social Security or pension checks), and be citizens or permanent residents of the United States. Potential borrowers also need to have a checking account in their name to receive and repay loan funds.