(PRWEB) April 04, 2012
“CashAdvance.net is committed to leading consumers through the payday lending process one step at a time,” says CashAdvance.net spokesperson Robert Black. “And that starts with equipping consumers with the most current, unbiased and cutting-edge information, such as that found in our newest article. By giving consumers access to a reputable network of lenders via a brief online application, we can also make sure that the payday lending process is fast, simple and honest.”
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Cash advance loans are primarily intended for short-term emergencies and can vary in value from $100 to $1,500. Because cash advances are best used to cover unexpected expenses, such as an auto tow or emergency medical bill, CashAdvance.net urges consumers to reserve the loans for times when it is difficult to make ends meet between paydays, rather than use them to cover non-emergency expenses or for frivolous purposes.
CashAdvance.net only approves loans for individuals who are age 18 or older and meet all minimum requirements. Consumers who are currently employed, earning at least $1,000 per month in income after taxes, and either U.S. citizens or legal residents may receive approval in minutes. All loans are electronically distributed, and repayment is automatically withdrawn from a customer’s account for speed and convenience. Lenders are available in real time to answer questions and assist in the loan application process should consumers have questions or concerns.